What is stress? How does it feel? How can you feel better? Watch the video to hear Napa Valley Support Services self-advocates discuss answers to these questions and more! Find more videos like this on the DDS SafetyNet: http://www.ddssafety.net
Brown Street Gallery’s Holiday Sale is coming up! On November 12, from 11am to 4pm, come check out holiday arts and crafts created by our very own artists. Get some holiday shopping out of the way! We look forward to seeing you!
The RLS Day Porter Crew (Josh Milton, Brittany Gochenouer, and John Girsch) bought matching embroidered sweatshirts! The sweatshirts are in keeping with the crew’s uniforms colors of red, white, and blue (their idea) polos or sweatshirts and khaki pants.
Check out our Brown Street Gallery artists’ work at the Winter Wonderland Art & Gift Faire on Saturday November 5 from 9-5:30 at the Yountville Community Center! We’ll see you there!
Brown Street Gallery artists are taking on new crafts to bring to Farmers Market. Whether they’re making jewelry, crocheting (check out Elizabeth’s newest booties!), wine cork wreaths, or animals, our artists are always creating new gems!
The Brown Street Gallery Photography class had their final editing, and chose the photos for the show “From the Garden”. The class went to Cornerstone, an art garden in Sonoma, and the di Rosa preserve. Both Sal and Alex added their wishes to a streamer installation art piece. Sal said,…
Farmers Market has been so successful that the tie dye item supply ran low! NVSS Activities Coordinator Leticia trained staff to teach Tie Dye Creation Class, and soon enough, supply levels are back up!
The Office of Clients’ Rights Advocacy conducted a training at Imperial Way Program. Everyone received client friendly booklets describing all the rights they have as individuals. Up next was Clients Rights Bingo with prizes for winners. Clients really enjoyed this informative training!
#TBT to when NVSS went to the Napa Town & Country Fair and enjoyed fair food, games, and rides! Imperial Way Instructors, Supervisors, Program Director, and Program Assistant organized the week to ensure all interested individuals could attend.
Clients and staff are getting their thumbs nice and green! Staff Rachael Heatherly and Marcella Galarza took groups of program participants to the Garden to replace soil and plant varieties of vegetables for this season’s crop. Staff Celia Aragon also started taking a group out to do watering regularly. Staff…