St. Helena Clubhouse:
1420 Tainter Street
St. Helena, CA 94574
Unit Director: Adrian Lopez
Calistoga school-based Club:
Calistoga Elementary School
1327 Berry Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Unit Director: Greg Bouillerce
Calistoga Teen Center:
1505 Grant Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
Unit Director: Clint Ferrier
For your convenience, you may submit payment for membership fees here:
Contact us: 707-963-8944 Email: LJT@bgcshc.org
Welcome to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga!
Thanks for visiting our web site!
NOTE: All Boys & Girls Clubs, including the Administrative Office, will be CLOSED on Monday May 27th in observance of Memorial Day.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga, Inc.
-- Our Clubs and programs (5 parts and ONE organization)--
1. St. Helena Clubhouse
2. Calistoga school-based Club
3. Calistoga Teen Center ("Club 1505")
4. St. Helena-Calistoga Youth Diversion and Intervention Program
and..... 5. the Administrative Office (located in the St. Helena Club at 1420 Tainter Street) 707-963-8944
The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Helena and Calistoga was established in 1989 as a 501(c)3 non profit corporation. Over the past 24 years, we have grown to be a highly valued and respected community anchor.
We serve over 2,000 children and teens (ages 5-18, in grades K-12) in our Club sites and programs in the after school hours, and all summer long. The Clubs and programs are safe, FUN, accessible, affordable, guidance-oriented, and staff supervised. Our priority outcomes for kids are the development of a moral compass, academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles. We provide high yield activities and targeted programs, encouraging our members to "deepen the impact" through regular daily attendance and program participation.
Boys & Girls Clubs are community supported, and we are exceptionally grateful to the Board of Directors, and the numerous individuals, businesses, organizations, foundations and other partners who invest in our kids. We are proud members and a chartered affiliate of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Our after school program runs Monday through Friday throughout the school year at the St. Helena Club, the Calistoga school-based Club and at the Calistoga Teen Center.
St. Helena- Calistoga Youth Diversion and Intervention Program:
Heather Baker, Director
Jay Templeton, Executive Director
Trent Yaconelli, Associate Executive Director
Caitlin Dorow, Development and Marketing Coordinator
Our mission is to provide all young people a safe, positive and unique place to develop their natural talents, and to inspire them to achieve their full potential.
Our Executive Director's
A few highlights for the springtime:
First, a big hand and a “job well done” to our Diversion Director, Heather Baker, for the “Every 15 Minutes” program held in April. This anti-drunk-driving program was eight months in the making, and included a mock crash, mock court, a film, an all-school assembly at St. Helena High School, first responders, a med-evac helicopter and a follow-up retreat. Over 600 students attended the assembly, as well as numerous community members, teachers, administrators, guest speakers and parents. What a great program for high school students, and for the entire community!
Next, is a welcome to Caiti Dorow. Caiti is our new Development and Marketing Coordinator. She comes to us from the Clubs in Petaluma where she served first in program and then as a Development Associate. Caiti’s focus will primarily be fundraising, including our special events, annual giving, grants, major gifts, capital campaign and endowment. Caiti is a “Club kid,” having grown up in a Club. She is a graduate of Sonoma State University. And speaking of funding, we are again honored and grateful to be a participant and recipient of the upcoming Auction Napa Valley, a great spring tradition.
Program Highlights--The arts and garden programs at the Calistoga and St. Helena Clubs are flourishing this spring with lots of members taking part. And, at the Calistoga Teen Center, “Taco Tuesday” bike club takes place each Tuesday afternoon, which includes a bike ride and a stop at a taco truck for dinner. The St. Helena Club recently hosted charter school students, taking their STAR testing.
And finally, what follows spring? Why, summer of course! All three Club locations are preparing for the summer program which begins in June. The Calistoga and St. Helena Clubs’ basic summer hours are 8am to 6pm, with the Calistoga Teen Center open Noon to 6pm. Summer memberships are now available, and a great daily program at all three locations is planned.