Supporting the health, wellbeing, and quality of life of older adults. We believe everyone should have the resources they need to remain safe and independent.
Donate reusable medical equipment and unopened home health supplies for redistribution to those in need.
Stay independent and prevent falls through a home safety assessment by a licensed occupational therapist.
Creating healthy and safe living environments by helping in the removal or relocation of excess clutter.
Our donation center accepts gently used medical equipment and unopened home health supplies that would otherwise end up in landfill. Equipment and supplies are then redistributed to community members at no cost. Call ahead to verify which donations are in demand and being accepted.
Open Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm
Falls threaten the independence of older adults. However, falls do not have to be inevitable as you age. There are proven ways to reduce and prevent falls.
Share the Care Napa Valley’s fall prevention program provides screening, home safety assessments by a licensed occupational therapist, and home modifications as well as assistive device installation by a contractor at no charge to adults age 60 and older.
Excess clutter can result in an unhealthy living environment. In extreme situations such as hoarding, individuals may face eviction. Share the Care Napa Valley’s declutter program aims to create healthy living environments, avoiding eviction and homelessness.
Share the Care Napa Valley facilitates cleanouts by coordinating a haul away, pickup of reusable items, and/or deep cleaning of a residence. The Declutter Program is for low-income adults aged 60 and older with the greatest socioeconomic need. To refer someone to the Declutter Program, click below.
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