Programs & Social Services

Self-Sufficiency and Education

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Puertas Abiertas offers life skills, educational programs, and advocacy services to support personal growth and family stability. The courses offered vary throughout the year and cover subjects such as literacy in English and Spanish, financial success, technology, cultural awareness, leadership and parenting workshops, college readiness, and further English language development.


  • English as a Second Language (ESL) Workshops

  • Spanish Literacy Program (Plaza Comunitaria)

  • College Readiness Program

  • Basic Computer Classes 

  • Financial Literacy

  • Assistance with unemployment applications, Medi-Cal, Cal Fresh, resumes, job applications and other programs.

Community Engagement

      Health and Wellness

Puertas Abiertas provides direct support as well as guided referrals and access to healthcare and social service providers, connecting clients to local nonprofit and government organizations that provide medical, dental and mental health services.

  • Medi-Cal application assistance

  • Women's Support Group

  • Couple's Support Group

  • Crisis Counselors

  • Senior Support Group

  • PTSD workshops

  • Self care workshops

  • Individual Counseling Service

Legal Navigation

Puertas Abiertas offers programs to educate and encourage Napa County residents to become active citizens through encouraging civic life and voting participation.  Our partner agencies also reach the Latino community through different channels, including participation at community events and a radio show with KVON 1440 AM every second Sunday at 8:30 to 9:30 am.

  • Civic Engagement workshops

  • Outreach at public events including La Familia Festival, Binational Health Fair, Latina Women’s Conference, Consulado de Mexico visits and more

  • Community Information provided on KVON and Charlando con Teresa Foster

  • Workshops on tenant rights and labor rights

  • Voter Registration and Census participation

Puertas Abiertas offers referrals to trusted legal service providers, assistance with immigration applications, tax returns, and other guidance to help clients obtain access to necessary legal services.

  • Citizenship Workshops

  • DACA Workshops

  • Assistance with immigration applications

  • Collaboration with International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) & VIDAS

  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)-free tax return and filing

  • Consulado de Mexico Mobile passport clinic

  • Free Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) application and filing