|Adult Protective Services
||275 Beck Ave Fairfield 94533 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm
||(707) 784-8259 option 2 (800) 850-0012
||To report suspected incidents of elder abuse select option #2.
|California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP)
||P O Box 3036 Sacramento 95812-3036
||(800) 777-9229 www.calvcp.ca.gov
||Provides monetary assistance to survivors of certain violent crimes.
|Catholic Charities of Solano Domestic Violence Classes
||Main Office: 125 Corporate Place Ste. A Vallejo 94590 M - Th: 9 am - 5 pm F: by appointment only
||(707) 644-8909 ext. 2217
||Provides domestic violence counseling serves for individuals, couples and families. Main branch offers Anger Management, Parent Education and Support, Senior Outreach, Grief Support. Offers a 52-week state certified domestic violence group. Bi-lingual Spanish groups also available.
||801 Empire St Fairfield 94533
||(707) 425-5744 (707) 425-5162
||Child Abuse Intervention for children ages 0-18, provides infant and parent therapy.
|Dixon Family Resource Center
||155 North 2nd St. Dixon 95620
||Provides domestic violence advocacy and counseling.
|DVERT (Domestic Violence Education, Rehabilitation and Treatment Program)
||419 Maston St., Ste 201 Vacaville 95688
||Juanita Rodriguez-Shoopman (707) 249-3405
||DVERT offers a 52 week batterers' program and anger management classes. Classes require a fee but reduced fees may be available to individuals who qualify. Classes are held in Solano County and available in Spanish.
||175 Walnut Street Woodland, CA 95695
||(916) 371-1907 Crisis (530) 662-1133 Crisis (530) 661-6336 (530) 661-3021 Fax www.sadvc.org
||Provides crisis intervention services to battered women and sexual assault victims with a 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling and an emergency battered women's shelter. Provides counseling and shelter for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and their children and services for batterers. Bilingual assistance available. 24 hour crisis line
|Fairfield Domestic Violence Response Team
||1000 Webster St. Fairfield 94533
||Lilia Rhode (707) 428-7770
||In partnership with the Fairfield Police Department, the Domestic Violence Response Team works with victims to provide assistance with restraining orders, court accompaniment, case management, and other services for families living within Fairfield city limits.
|Family Investigative Response Services Team (F.I.R.S.T.) Vacaville Police Department
||650 Merchant St. Vacaville 95688
||Provides investigation information. Counsels victims of domestic violence including children.
|Healing In Progress
||Dr. Glenn - Psychotherapist (707) 644-5421
||52 week batter's program, group and individual anger management. Groups are held in Fairfield, Vallejo and Napa (Women's groups)
|Legal Services of Northern California
||1810 Capital St. Vallejo 94590
||(707) 643-0054 (707) 643-0144 FAX
||Provides assistance with domestic violence and elder abuse restraining orders in the Vallejo courthouse at 321 Tuolumne Street, Vallejo.
|National Child Abuse Hotline
||(800) 922-8212 www.childhelp.org
|National Domestic Violence Hotline
||P.O. Box 161810 Austin, Texas 78716
||(800) 799-7233 (800) 787-3224 TTY www.thehotline.org
||Provides crisis intervention, information and referral to victims of domestic violence, perpetrators, friends and families.
|National Sexual Assault Hotline
||2000 L Street North West Suite 406 Washington DC 20036
||9800) 656-HOPE (4673) (707) 402-7800 Local www.rainn.org
||24-hour sexual assault hotline. Local center offers resources for counseling and also for information about community resources and emergency protocols.
|Parent Education and Custody Effective Program (PEACE)
||900 Travis Blvd. Fairfield 94533
||(707) 421-4155 Fairfield Location (707) 453-6018 Vacaville Location (707) 556-8680 Vallejo Location
||The Solano County PEACE Program offers parent education programs, designed to create cooperative and effective co-parenting relationships between parents involved in divorce, legal separation, paternity, and custody cases. A one-time fee is required. Classes available in Spanish.
|Purple Berets Tonya Brannon
||P.O. Box 14720 Santa Rosa 95602 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm
||(707) 887-0262 www.purpleberets.org
||Works to advocate for women who are victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Only parenting and child abuse classes in Solano
|(PES) Pacific Educational Services Domestic Violence Program
||11837 Kemper Rd Ste. 2 Auburn 95603 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm
||(800) 344-5691 (530) 888-1010 (530) 888-9065 FAX
||This 52-week domestic violence program is mandated by the following counties: Solano, Sacramento, Yolo, and others. Provides offender education - anger control Services in Fairfield. Spanish speaking and women's groups available. Classes for support only.
|Safe Harbor for Kids Solano Family Justice Center Victim Resource Specialists
||604 Empire St. Fairfield 94533
||(707) 784-1872 email@example.com (707) 784-3829 or (707) 784-7683
||Provides domestic violence services.
|Safe at Home Confidential Address Program e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
||P.O. Box 846 Sacramento, CA 95812
||(877) 322-5227 (916) 653-7625 FAX
||Allows victims to keep their address confidential by providing a safe forwarding address for victims to use.
|Safe Quest Solano *Life Skills for Children From Violent Homes (ages 6-12)
||PO Box 368 Fairfield 94533 M-F: 9:00 am - 5 pm 1049 Union Ave. Ste A & B Fairfield 94533
||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.
|Solano County District Attorney Victim Witness Program
||600 Union Ave Fairfield 94533
||Provides compensation for victims of certain crimes and related assistance.
|Solano County Family Justice Center and the Office of Family Violence Prevention (OFVP)
||604 Empire St. Fairfield 94533
||(707) 784-7789 (707) 784-7635 Appointments (707) 784-9001 FAX
||For victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and elder abuse. The Solano County Family Justice Center offers access to shelter and transitional housing, connections to outside law enforcement agencies, Victims advocacy services, empowerment programs, assistance with immigration, housing, divorce, custody issues and restraining order are available on-site. Advocates also provide court accompaniment to restraining order hearings. Services are available in Spanish.
|Solano County Family Violence Intervention Team (FIT)
||Provides services for domestic violence victims throughout Solano County's unincorporated areas in partnership with the Solano County Sheriff's Office. Services also provided in Spanish
|Solano County VINE Service Victim Information and Notification Everyday
||(877) 331-8463 www.vinelink.com
||VINE is a free, 24-hour telephone service that allows you to check on the custody status of offenders in the Solano County Jail and to register for automatic notification when an inmate is released, transferred or escapes.
|STAND Free of Violence Stand for Families Free of Violence
||1410 Danzig Place Ste 100 Concord 94520
||(888) 215-5555 Office (925) 676-0532 FAX Treatment Dept.: (888) 215-5555 Crisis
||16 week Anger Management classes. Support group for Victims - call crisis line. 52 week treatment program for batterer call: (925) 676-2968
|Travis Air Force Base Family Advocacy Office
||101 Bodine Circle Travis AFB 94535
||Provides services to military families experiencing child abuse and/or domestic violence issues. They also provide parenting classes to military families.
||675 Texas St. Fairfield 94533 (Located in DA's office)
||(707) 784-6844 Spanish Contact Lililia Navarro (707) 553-505
||Provides advocacy for victims of crime. Can pay for medical and counseling bills.