Counseling Services/Mental Health

Agency Address Phone Number Additional Information
Aldea Inc. Supportive Outreach & Access to Resources (SOAR) Coordinator: Natalia Martinez (707) 427-1845 x407 (707) 427-1637 FAX An early detection and intervention psychosis program. Offers comprehensive psychiatric assessment, intensive case management, psycho-education, crisis management, problem solving, support groups, and medication management.
American Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Institute 528 Raven Way Napal, FL 34110 M-F: 9 am - 5 pm (800) 232-SIDS (800) 232-7437 (239) 431-5425 www.sids.org prevent@sids.org Offers education and support for families as well as current research information. English. Call to Apply
Bay Area Community Services Prevention Engagement Program (PEP) 236 Georgia Street 101 Vallejo 945390 (707)654-8872 www.bayareacs.org Provides prevention and early intervention services to individuals 18 years and older experiencing their first mental crisis or exiting hospitalization
Catholic Charities of Solano New Pathways Main Office: 125 Corporate Place, Ste A Vallejo 94590 (707) 644-8909 www.csssolano.org Provides counseling services for individuals, couples and families. Mon-Thur 9-11 am Food assistance Mon-Thurs 4-5 pm "Season of Sharing" Vallejo, Benicia and Vacaville offices.
Circle Of Friends Wellness and Recovery Center 185 Chandler Street Vacaville, CA Wed - Thur: 9 am - 2 pm (707) 724-8989 Join our learning community, where we will share our stories of wisdom, strength and hope. Celebrate our common experiences. It is our hope that you will be inspired and establish new relationships in this inclusive community.
Compassionate Friends 623 Taylor St. Fairfield 94533 (877) 69-0010 Compassionatefriends.org For individuals grieving the loss of a child-any age. Meetings 2nd Thursday of each month 7 - 9 pm at the Fairfield Family Moose Lodge 623 Taylor St., Fairfield 94533
Dixon Family Services 155 N 2nd St. Dixon 95620 M-Th: 10 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 4pm Closed Fridays (707) 678-0442 (707) 678-4014 FAX Dixonfamilyservices.org Family and senior counseling service center.
Family Investigative Response Services Team (F.I.R.S.T.) 650 Merchant Street Vacaville 95688 M-F: 8:30 - 5 pm English/Spanish (707) 469-6600 Counseling for domestic violence victims and child of domestic violence.
Friends Outside National Organization (Center at CMF) 7272 Murray Dr. Stockton 95210 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (209) 955-0701 (209) 955-0735 FAX www.friendsoutside.org Provides comprehensive support services to ex-inmates and their families.
Homeless Outreach Solano County Mental Health 1119 E. Monte Vista Vacaville 95688 Contact: Karen Smith (707) 553-5343 Melanie Cool (707) 553-5592 Provides supportive services to individuals with serious mental illness and/or with co-occurring substance use disorders who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
Hope For Healthy Families 827 Missouri St., Ste 1 Fairfield Military Process Group Fibromyalgia Support Group (707) 646-9873 (916) 667-3239 FAX Offers a teen support group for teens 14-19 years of age coping with depression, anxiety, relationship and adjustment issues. For active, reserve, and retired military seeking support with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. For those suffering with the effects of Fibromyalgia. Also offers a variety of parenting groups and classes, anger management group, and Escaping gangs support group.
Juanita Rodriguez-Shoopman 419 Mason St. Suite 201 Vacaville 95688 (707) 249-3405 Anger Management groups and domestic violence classes. By appointment only.
Kaiser Per. Bereavement Groups Groups available in Napa, Vallejo, and Vacaville. (members only) (707) 645-2105 (707) 645-2730 Bereavement groups for those recently experiencing death of a loved one. Groups available for adults.
Mentis 709 Franklin Street Napa 94559 M-F: 9 am - 5 pm (707) 255-0966 (707) 266-1467 - For counseling appointment Counseling offered to children, couples, families, individuals, and groups. Payment based on a sliding fee scale - Medi-Cal not accepted. (Spanish Option)
National Alliance for Mentally Ill Solano 2101 Courage Dr. Fairfield 94533 (707) 422-7792 (707) 428-1131 County 24 hr. Crisis (707) 784-2140 www.namisolanocounty.org Family and consumer self-help support and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with sever mental illness. Meeting every 4th Monday, at 6:30.
North Bay Hospice and Bereavement 4520 Business Center Drive #1100 Fairfield 94534 (707) 646-3517 www.Northbay.org Offers a Grief Support Group for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Each group for four consecutive weeks free of charge. No children or teens
Oakland Behavioral Health Clinic (OBH) 525 21st St. Oakland Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm (510) 453-8478 Provides drop-in social work services, information and referrals, laundry and shower facilities for veterans.
Partnership Health Plan Of California 4665 Business Center Dr. Fairfield 94534 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (800) 863-4155 Medical (888) 765-9703 www.partnershiphp.org Medical coverage. Counseling Services
Recovery Happens Counseling Services Jon Daily LCSW, CADC11 7996 Old Winding Way #300 Fair Oaks 95628 (916) 276-0626 www.recoveryhappens.com Outpatient therapy for Adolescents, young adults, and adults with addictions.
Safe Quest Solano 1049 Union Ave. Ste B & C Fairfield 94533 M-F: 9 am - 5 pm Main: (707) 422-7345 Shelter: (707) 557-6600 Crisis Number: (866) 4-UR-SAFE (866) 487-7233 Counseling, advocacy, restraining orders and shelter for victims of sexual assault & domestic violence, children & services for batterers.
Saint Helena Center for Behavior Health - Mental Health Services 525 Oregon Street Vallejo 94590 M-F: 8 am - 7:30 pm (707) 648-2200 (707) 649-4040 Intake (24 hours - admitting) In and outpatient programs for children, teens and adults.
Solano County Mental Health Adult Services P. O. Box 4090 MS 8 - 150 Fairfield 94533 (707) 784-2080 Access Line (800) 547-0495 Counseling and referrals. 24-hour psychiatric emergency services. Medi-Cal accepted. (Spanish options). Outpatient counseling services
Solano County Mental Health Children Services 2101 Courage Dr. Fairfield 94533 M-F: 8:30 am - 5 pm Crisis Line 24 hrs. (707) 428-1138 (707) 784-0490 Counseling and referrals. 24-hour psychiatric emergency services. Medi-Cal accepted. (Spanish options). Outpatient counseling services
The Homeless Resource Group Martinez Veterans Affairs Martinez VA Campus Tuesdays 2 -3 pm Fridays 10 am - 1 pm Contact: Lori Blackburn (925) 372-2249 Drop in groups for homeless veterans.
The Homeless Resource Group Sacramento Veterans Affairs Mather Campus Daily 9 am - 12 pm Contact: Scott Reed (916) 843-9138 Drop in groups for homeless veterans.