Community Outreach Overview
Caring for Our Community
Our long history of providing high quality and caring service is founded
on four core values: Dignity, Service, Excellence and Justice. These four
central principles inspire us to reach out to those in need and to help
heal the whole person -- mind, body and spirit.
We believe in putting our Core Values into action. That action takes form
in our ever-expanding Community Outreach.
Queen of the Valley is a non-profit organization, yet we still devote a
percentage of our net income to outreach activities and services that
help rebuild lives and care for the underserved and disadvantaged. Partnerships
we’ve developed with schools, businesses, local community groups
and national organizations allow us to focus tremendous skills and commitment
on solutions that will have an enduring impact on our community.
Your feedback is important to us. Please comment on our
FY17 CHNA and FY18-FY20 CB Plan/ Implementation Strategy Reports by emailing
COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENTS
COMMUNITY BENEFIT PLAN/IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY REPORTS
COMMUNITY BENEFIT REPORTS
2016 SJH Community Partnerships Annual Report
We are excited to share with you the
2016 SJH Community Partnerships Annual Report:
Serving the Dear Neighbor, A Legacy of Caring. This report describes some of the many ways St. Joseph Health seeks to
improve the wellbeing of our communities, not only through care for the
poor and traditional charity care, but through grant initiatives from
the SJH Community Partnerships Fund that support nonprofit organizations
working for the common good. 2016 also marks the 30th anniversary of the Community Partnerships Fund, which has provided more
than $216.5 million in grant funding since its inception in 1986.
here to learn more.
St. Joseph Health Community Partnerships Annual Report
Community Outreach Programs
Select any of the following links to learn more about each program.
Community Benefits Committee
2015 Community Benefits Committee Roster
Weekly Wellness Art Class
Designed for all Napa County residents who live with a chronic condition
like, cancer, heart failure or diabetes, Wellness Art Classes at the Queen's
Wellness Center reduce stress and anxiety while promoting healing and
relaxation. Fridays, 10 am - 2 pm. Donations accepted but not required.
Operation with Love from Home
Queen of the Valley Medical Center is providing some cheer for the brave
troops who are far from home and we need your help! We’d like to
thank our soldiers by sending them as many care packages as possible.
Please join us in gathering donations of money (to cover shipping expenses),
food, clothing, personal items and handwritten letters of support to ship
to overseas troops. We also need APO addresses of soldiers you know are
overseas so that a package can be sent to them.
Learn more about Operation with Love from Home