We are proud to partner with Aldea Mental Health Fund to present our 2022 season!

Non-Profit Partner


Aldea is the essential community partner for children and  families in crisis. 

We believe that in a family’s most critical moments, the  company of a trusted professional can mean the difference  between strength and suffering. 

Every day, our expert staff walks with young people on  their journey to healing, providing the care that brings  both short-term comfort and long-term resilience. 

Because with a community of support, they discover their  own ability to create a new life, one moment at a time.


Our mission is to improve lives and create bright futures for people we serve by providing professional mental health, child welfare and support services in a manner that respects the dignity and individuality of each person. .


Our vision is that all people we serve will achieve emotional wellness and become engaged members of the community, despite past abuse or emotional challenges. 


  • Client-Centered:  Our individualized services are driven by joint goal-setting with clients to improve their lives and create bright futures
  • Excellence:  Our staff is committed to providing the highest quality, most effective services and is supported to do so through professional development
  • Diversity: Our staff is diverse and culturally sensitive to better serve our communities
  • Collaboration:  Our staff teams up internally and with community partners to create lasting improvements for clients and communities

Who We Serve

Aldea Children & Family Services improves people’s mental health so they can strengthen their relationships and become engaged in the community. Through critical mental health, treatment foster care and adoption, and support services, Aldea helps more than 3,900 people annually in Napa and Solano and Sonoma counties who face obstacles to accessing and receiving effective treatment. 

We enable children to begin to heal from past trauma, families to build healthy relationships and adults with developmental disabilities to remain independent. By empowering people to achieve emotional wellness before their challenges become more entrenched and difficult to treat, Aldea increases the safety and wellness of the community for all of us. 

Where We Are

We operate programs out of three main offices and outpatient therapy clinics in Napa and Solano and Sonoma counties as well as through co-locations at more than 30 schools, primary healthcare facilities, and community-based organizations. 

Why We Serve

Up to 1 in 5 children[1] and 1 in 4 adults[2] will experience a mental disorder in any given year. Moreover, up to 1 in 8 children and 1 in 17 adults has a serious mental illness.[3]

To learn more about the need for Aldea services, please click here.

  1. Children’s Mental Health – New Report. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 16 May 2013. Web. 9 Mar. 2014.
  2. Duckworth, M.D., Ken. Mental Illness Facts and Numbers. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Mar. 2013. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.
  3. Duckworth, M.D., Ken. Mental Illness Facts and Numbers. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Mar. 2013. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.