Overcoming or managing one’s disease(s) as well as living in a physically and emotionally healthy way;
Meaningful daily activities, such as a job, school, volunteerism, family caretaking, or creative endeavors, and the independence, income and resources to participate in society;
A stable and safe place to live;
Relationships and social networks that provide support, friendship, love, and hope.
Components and Programs Available
- Unity Hall – Recovery Community Center
- Peer Recovery Support Specialists/Recovery Coaching
- Support groups, life skills, personal and career development classes
- Computer resource library’s
- Clean/sober social and recreational activities and events
- Social services resource navigators
- Referrals to and partnerships with housing, education and employment
- Telephone recovery supports
- Amends in Action community service program
- Public education and advocacy
- Recovery Volunteer Training Academy
- Technical support and organizational development training
Welcome to the Solano Recovery Project, a Peer-to-Peer Recovery Support Services (PDF) Organization developed through Unity Hall Inc. a volunteer based; consumer led and operated Recovery Community Organization (PDF) located in Fairfield California. Our goal is to reduce substance-use and recidivism, support individuals and families in recovery, and build strong alcohol and drug free communities. Solano Recovery Project/Unity Hall Inc. is the only registered 501 C 3 non-profit, community based, full service, volunteer Recovery Community Center and Organization of its kind in Northern California using a Recovery-Oriented-System-of-Care (PDF). We not only desire to assist individuals and families find a new life free of substance use, but are fighting for recovering people everywhere through our public education and advocacy efforts collaborating with other Recovery Communities and advocacy organizations across the state and nation to end the stigma of substance-use recovery and discrimination against our population, (individuals and families seeking and living recovery).
If you are looking for a long-term solution for yourself, a family member, or friend to substance-use and/or are seeking a new way of life you have found the right place.
Our Recovery Connect program with Peer Recovery Coaching will help you get into recovery, support you through treatment, be there when you get out, connect you with the necessary Recovery Support Services (PDF) through our community partners, and be available throughout your journey. Recovery is not only possible, but a reality for everyone, especially if joining and serving with a true volunteer based, community service oriented, each one — teach one, Recovery Community Organization (PDF).
Our Unity Hall facility in downtown Fairfield is home to the Solano Recovery Project, many mutual aid support groups, and where the Recovery Community gathers for personal growth education, career development, volunteer training, information and referrals along with the Miracles Membership Club for social and recreational activities & events bringing fun to recovery.
To visit the Unity Hall site www.unityhall.org