Solano Recovery Project

Changing Lives Through Multiple Paths


SPECIAL NOTICE:
We may have recently connected at Inside Out RAW Hope, Recovery Happens at the state Capital or another community safe space. Please forgive us if you received a Recovery Connect flyer with the wrong number to our helpline. Our correct # is 562-375-4433

Purpose.

Solano Recovery Project (Unity Hall) – a local not-for-profit organization that serves individuals and families seeking a new way of life known as recovery.

We offer a safe place (drug and alcohol free) for people to meet for support and attend monthly activities and events.

We offer a resource center consisting of up to date bulletin boards, resource binders for recovery programs, education, etc.

We are developing a “Clean for life” program that provides a Help line, intervention assistance, placement in direct services recovery programs, mentorship/recovery coach support, volunteer program career development, education, housing placement assistance and job placement assistance.

Recovery Services

SRP provides volunteer based, non-clinical, non-medical, para-professional, Recovery Support Services.

Amends in Action

An important function of a Recovery Community Organization is the public benefit it provides the local community.

Transformative Classes

Stepping onto the path where we learn about the strategies for change that can help you or your loved one on your journey.

Support Groups

“As I make recovery a priority in my life, I’m starting to see myself in a new light. I’m feeling better about the person I am.”

ROSC

A Recovery Oriented System of Care that builds off the strengths of the individual and their community to...

Recovery Cafe

Our vision is to develop a functional Recovery Community Organization in Solano County, and throughout California.

Training Academy

The mission of Unity Hall is to provide resources and support for individuals seeking life-long recovery and wellness.

Solano Recovery Blog.

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Testimonials.

Hello. My name is Sue. When I first came to Solano Recovery Project in February 2013, I was new in recovery (3 months clean as a matter of fact)...
When I first came to Solano Recovery Project in January 2019, I was struggling with co-dependency, eating disorder, depression, worry, stress, fear...
MB
When I discovered that I could not stop using drugs on my own, a friend said she would meet me at 711 Empire St. in Fairfield for a 12-step meeting...

Get In touch.

LOCATION

711 Empire Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
info@solanorecoveryproject.org

Non-Profit EIN #56-2500104

CONTACT

SRP Office & Recovery Cafe
707-419-4662


Recovery Connect Help Line
562-375-4433

HOURS

SRP : By Appointment Only

Cafe : M-W 11:30am – 1:30pm

AFFILIATIONS

CCAPP
CA Consortium of Addiction
ARCO
Assoc. of Recovery Community
FACES and VOICES
Faces and Voices of Recovery

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