Family Services
Agency Address Phone Number Additional Information
211' Solano County Resource and Referral Line (Formerly first Call for Help) Mailing address: c/o United Way 221 Main Street Ste. 300 San Francisco 94105 211 or 1800 (707) 273-6222 A referral line for social service programs and community organizations and resources
Aldea Inc. CARE Program 470 Chadboure Road Ste A Fairfield 94533 Counseling Center: (707) 425-9670 Solano Parent Network: (707) 427-3545 Information: (707) 557-4560 Programs include foster care; advocacy for parents; educational services; residential and outpatient psychiatric and counseling services; and independent living services.
Alpha Pregnancy Resource Ctr. 138 S. Orchard Vacaville 95688 (707) 449-8996 Offers free pregnancy testing, Post-abortion counseling and classes in abstinence are offered. Ultrasound between 7-20 wks.
Arc - Solano 3272 Sonoma Blvd. Ste 4 Vallejo 94590 M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (707) 552-2935 Respite and support services for families and their loved ones who live with physical and mental disabilities. Call for more information. Develop services for disability adults and their families. Must be referred by North Bay.
BeFree Text 233733 (befree) from cell phone Texting shortcode to help victims of human trafficking find safety.
Benicia Family Resource Center 200 East L Street Benicia 94510 (707) 746-4352 Provides information, referrals, parent education, family support and other services.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of the North Bay 190 Camino Oruga Ste D Napa 94558 (707) 258-6346 Accepts children 6-14 yrs old from all income levels, ethnic backgrounds, and family configurations who need caring role models in their lives-a friend, guide and supporter who can expand their horizions and help them realize a bright future.
Solano County Cal Fresh Program 1119 E. Monte Vista Ave. Vacaville 95688 (707) 469-4500 Print forms online Food assistance for people with no or low income. Cash aid and medical supports
California Tribal TANF Partnership 1001 Texas Street Suite B Fairfield, CA (707) 421-8379 Our program provides temporary cash assitance and supportive services to eligible Native American families and children in Solan County. Resources and referrals for Native Americans.
Cal-Works Program Health and Social Services 1119 E. Monte Vista Ave. Vacaville 95688 (707) 469-4500 Monthly income supplements for necessities, medical and food stamp.
Child Haven 801 Empire St. Fairfield 94533 (707) 425-5744 Proactive early intervention services for families with infants 0-3. Parenting education, counsleing, and infant/parent therapy. Home and center-based interventions, child abuse prevention. Parent/Child Interactive Therapy.
Children's Network 2320 Courage Dr. Fairfield 94533 (707) 421-7229 A non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of children in Solano County through education, advocacy, coordination of community services and community-based collaborative.
Christian Body Life Fellowship 1201 Marshall Rd Vacaville 95688 (707) 685-0070 (707) 761-0192 Assists with clothing, food assistance, and referrals. Mondays 8:30 to 10:20 a.m. Only able to help when funds ae available.
City of Vacaville Community Centers Ulatis Center 1000 Ulatis Drive Three Oaks Center 1100 Alamo Drive McBride Center 91 Town Square Ulatis Center: (707) 469-4000 Three Oaks Center: (707) 469-4020 McBride Center: (707) 469-6660 Registration for all City sponsored sport programs. Information on fees, registration dates, and programs.
Community Presbyterian Church 425 Hemlock Street Vacaville 95688 (707) 448-5055 Emergency food and diapers, very limited funds. By appointment only.
Dixon Family Resource Center 155 N. Second St. Dixon 95620 (707) 678-0442 (707) 678-4014 FAX Alma Quiroz teaches English and Bilingual Parent Project parenting class for parents of teens ages 12-18. Case Management WIC program: M, T, TH
EMQ/Families FIRST 2420 Martin Rd Suite 200 Fairfield 94534 (707) 422-4859 Provides in-home counseling and resource services to families when at least one child may be removed from the home. Services are provided for period of 4-6 weeks. Foster care adoption services, early childhood mental health & Peak Program.
Fairfield - Suisun Community Action Council, Inc 416 Union Ave. Fairfield 94533 (707) 427-1148 Basic needs resources.
Fairfield Civic Center Library 1150 Kentucky Street Fairfield 94533 2nd Tuesday 10 am - 12 pm (866) 57ASKUS (866) 572-7587 Onsite assistance with applications and enrollment for MediCal and Food Stamps. Behavioral Health Support will be provided.
Fairfield Family Resource Center Fairfield-Suisun School District 1600 Kidder Ave. Fairfield 94533 (707) 421-3224 (707) 435-2732 FAX Basic needs resources.
Family Resource Center (City of Vacaville) 650 Merchant St. Vacaville 95688 M-Th: 8:30 am - 3:00 (707) 449-6608 Emergency vouchers for gas, food and resource referrals for residents of Vacaville. Once in a lifetime assistance. You must have valid identification.
Healthy Start Family Resource Center Anna Kyle Elementary School 1600 Kidder Ave Fairfield 94533 M-F: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm (707) 421-3224 Resource center that provides referral services for centers offering assistance with delinquent rent, mortgage or first month's rent. Must have children under 18 years old in home.
HHS Community Coordinator - Sandy Rose (707) 330-1131 Works with Solano County Homeless
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) 1000 Texas St. Ste H Fairfield 94533 (707) 422-3200 Low-income households - once-a-year PG&E assistance. Weatherization
John F. Kennedy Library 505 Santa Clara St. Vallejo 94590 1st Tuesdays 10 am - 12 pm (866) 57ASKUS (866) 572-7587 Onsite assistance with applications and enrollment for MediCal and Food Stamps. Behavioral Health Support will be provided.
Kids For Us (800) 543-7487 Mon-Fri 9 - 5:00 pm Referrals to local agencies for those interested in adoption or foster care licensing.
Kids' Turn Yolo County 1757 Waller Street San Francisco 94117 Mon-Fri 9-5:00 pm (415) 777-9977
Make-a-Wish Foundation 55 Hawthorne St. 8th floor San Francisco 94105 Mon-Fri: 9-5:oo pm (415) 982-9474 The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation serves children between the ages of 2 1/2 and 18 who meet our guidelines with regard to race, gender, creed, socio-economic, or cultural background who have Life Threatening illness.
Mission Solano (707) 425-3663
Napa/Solano Head Start/Child Start 439 Devlin Rd. Napa 94558 (707) 427-7300 Offers child and family support services including preschool and home-based visits, nutrition, medical and dental diagnosis/treatment, services to handicapped children, social services, parent involvement parent education, and mental health services.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center (888) 373-7888 Hotline Answer calls from anywhere in the country 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in more than 200 languages about human trafficking issues. Referrals, tip, and training hotline.
Pacific Educational Services 52 Week Parenting Class Auburn Offices Fairfield Offices (800) 346-5891 52-week parenting class that meets court-ordered requirements, $45 session; call for more information.
Parents and Families of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) North Solano County c/o Solano Pride Center PO Box 2661 Napa 94558 (707) 681-1477 Support and Socialization for Gays, Lesbians and other sexual minorities and their supportive families and friends. Chapters located in Vacaville & Suisun.
Rio Vista Family Resource Center Rio Vista Care 125 Sacramento St. Rio Vista 94571 Mon-Fri 8-4:00 pm (707) 374-5243 (707) 374-5381 FAX Onsite assistance with applications and enrollment for MediCal and Food Stamps. Behavioral Health Support will be provided.
Safe At Home Confidential Address Program 1500 11th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (877) 322-5227 (916) 653-6814 Safe at Home is a no-cost mail forwarding service designed for relocation victims of domestic violence and stalking, sexual assault.
Solano County Benefits Action Center M-F: 8 am - 5 pm (800) 400-6001 (707) 784-3900 County aid recipients can inquire about Medi-cal and food stamps.
Solano County Child Welfare Services Child Protective Services 275 Beck Ave. Fairfield 94533 (800) 544-8696 Investigation and referral of families in Solano County.
Solano County Health and Social Services Adult Protective Svs 275 Beck Ave. Fairfield 94533 (707) 784-8259 Confidential information and referral call service.
Solano Parenting Partnership Children's Network of Solano County 2320 Courage Dr. Fairfield 94533 Mon-Thurs 9-5:00 pm Closed Fridays (707) 421-7229 Online listings of parenting classes and support groups in Solan County. Meet child needs, develop resources for children, advocate for children.
Transportation (City Coach) - Vacaville 1001 Allison Dr. Vacaville 95687 (707) 449-6000 Information on City Coach bus lines and fares.
Vacaville Police Department Youth Service Section (YSS) Vacaville High School Will C Wood High School (707) 449-1820 (707) 449-6086 Diversion program for at-risk youth. Alternative to probation. Group & individual counseling. Parent Project parenting classes are also offered for parents of strong willed teenagers.
Vacaville Public Library Cultural Center 1020 Ulatis Drive Vacaville 95688 4th Tuesday 10 am - 12 pm (866) 57ASKUS (866) 572-7587 Onsite assistance with applications and enrollment for MediCal and Food Stamps. Behavioral Health Support will be provided.
Vacaville Storehouse Community Outreach 1146 E. Monte Vista Ave Vacaville 95688 M, Wed, Sat: 9 am - 12 pm T 7 Th: 4 pm - 6 pm (707) 454-0268 Free food and clothing supported by Vacaville Ministerial Association and Mission Solano. Open to Vacaville residents - must show ID or proof that they are residents.
Vallejo Family Resource Centers "Fighting Back Partnership" (Library Bldg.) 3rd floor 505 Santa Clara St Vallejo 94590 Mon-Fri 10-5:00 pm (707) 648-5230 (707) 648-5212 FAX Family & youth resources, basic needs assistance, parenting class, referrals and case management.
Yolo County Family Services Agency 455 1st Street Woodland 95696 (530) 662-2211 (530) 662-4315 FAX Provides mental health care to children, individuals and families. Offers a variety of counseling services.
Youth Homes Inc. 3480 Buskirk Ave #210 Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (925) 933-2519 (925) 933-5824 Serves adolescents in need of out of home placement. Operates group homes in Contra Costa County for a variety of emotional and behavioral problems. Residents attend school, hold jobs, and are involved in on-going therapy. Ages 6-17 years.