Resource Guide

We welcome you to a new life without the use of alcohol, drugs or other substances.

This Resource Guide and our Mentors and Coaches are available to assist you on your journey of life-long recovery. Please refer to this Guide and call us if you need help finding substance abuse treatment or other counseling services.


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211

A referal line for social sevice programs and community organizations and resources

211
221 Main St. Ste. 300

Housing placement agency for low-moderate income families. Life skills, financial literacy and housing counseling services.

707-553-7368
301 Georgia St. 221, Vallejo
A Step Up
Treatment

Addiction and Mental health

707-795-4336
420 East Cotati Ave, Cotati
Treatment

A DUI Drug Diversion Program Specialized in asolescent addiction and treatment. Dui will not take under age 18

707-429-8888
623 GreatJones St., Fairfield
Treatment

A DUI Drug Diversion Program Specialized in asolescent addiction and treatment. Dui will not take under age 18

7074-451-9703
600 Nut Tree Rd. Suite 240, Vacaville
Treatment

A DUI Drug Diversion Program Specialized in asolescent addiction and treatment. Dui will not take under age 18

707-642-8947
2100 Sacramento St., Vallejo
Detox & Treatment

Offers detox assistance

510-232-0874
1313 Cutting Boulevard, Richmond 

Report suspected incidents of elder abuse.

707-784-8259 option 2
275 Beck Ave,. Fairfield

Provides HIV infection education.

707-553-5552
365 Tuolumne St., Vallejo
Al-Non

Support group for teens, relatives of friends of alcohol abuse.

916-344-2970
5429 Palm Ave., Ste A, Sacramento
Al-Non & Al-Teen

Support group for teens, relatives or friends of alcohol abusers.

888-425-2666, 916-334-2970
5429 Palm Ave. Ste A, Sacramento

UHRC offers Peer-to-Peer recovery support services for individuals and families in recovery from alcohol, drugs and other substance-use disorders. Covered California Application Assistance. Our goal is to assist the recovery community to grow healthy and stay Clean-and-Sober for-Life.

855-R-U-TIRED  (1-855-788-4733)
711 Empire St., Fairfield
12 Step support

Support group for males and females at no charge. 24 hour phone line.

707-446-2244
413 Williams St., Vacaville
www.aa.org

Offers pregnancy test, ultrasounds and information on pregnancy options.

707-449-8991
138 S. Orchard Ave., Vacaville

Outpatient mental health treatment for adults and youth

707-226-1248
701 School St., Napa
www.a4bl.org

Provides emergency disaster relief

707-438-7060
1545 N.Texas St. Ste 101, Fairfield

Information on the rights of people with disabilities.

800-514-0301

Provides an array of supports and services to consumers of all ages with serious and persistent mental illness.

707-558-8195
251 Georgia St. #355, Vallejo
Arch

Arch team provides services in the community to those whom are homeless or at immediate risk to become homeless. Access to Mental Health Services, potential Housing. Substance abuse Services, potential housing, applications to Cal FRESH and Medi-CAL

707-580-5864
Treatment

Residential treatment facility for men and women.

707-435-1804
1525 Union Ave., Fairfield

Outpatient substance use disorder treatment for adults and youth

415-750-5111
2024 Hayes St., San Francisco

Integrated behavioral health services

877-680-2229
BACS
Mental Health

BACS Prevention and Early Intervention programs serve teenagers and adults who are experiencing early-stage behavioral health issues.

510-613-0330
Alameda and Solano Counties

Case management

707-745-0900
480 Military East, Benicia

Community-based outreach and education

707746-4352
707-258-6346 Napa/Solano
1652 West Texas St. Ste. 201, Fairfield
Treatment

Women’s substance abuse treatment including residential and outpatient treatment, transitional living, and individual counseling

916-452-3073
2727 P Street, Sacramento
707-648-5372
1840 Capitol St., Vallejo
800-884-1684 Complaints
2218 Kausen Dr.. Ste 100, Elk Grove

24-hr hotline for ingestion of toxic substances

800-222-1222

Teen RunAway Relay Service. Anonymous help/advice ages 12-24.

800-843-5200

Substance abuse and HIV prevention, HIV testing and counseling, and HIV case management for adults

916-443-5473
2101 Capitol Ave., Sacramento

Monthly income supplements for necessities, medical and food stamps.

707-469-4500
1119 E. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville
800-952-5627
1719 24th St., Sacramento

Assist Californians with disabilities obtain and retain employment and maximize their ability to live independently in their communities.

707-428-2080
450 Chadbourne Rd., Fairfield
Helpline

Resource for teens thinking about quitting.

800-No-butts

This program provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to eligible  Native American families and children in Solano County. Resources and referrals for Native Americans.

707-421-8379
1001 Texas St., "B" Fairfield
Insurance

Offers free eye exams and low cost glasses for qualifying individuals.

800-877-5738

Some services include assisting people in emergency shelter, finding permanent housing providing case management services, and connecting people with job readiness services through their Job Plus Program.

707-428-1131 Crisis, 707-648-8121 Director
902 Tuolumne ST., Vallejo
Career Bliss

Online job applications. Receive emails with new job listings.

3972 Barranca Parkway, Ste J326, Irvine, CA
92606

Professional, confidential counseling and affordable to residents of Solano county.

707-644-8909
125 Corporate Place, Suite A, Vallejo
Recovery Support Group

Christian-based 12 step groups

707- 425-9673
Vacaville
Center Point
Treatment

Treatment services is to reintegrate the individual into the community with the coping skills necessary to sustain recovery, employment and housing stability

415-492-4444
603 D St., San Rafael
www.cpinc.org

Child abuse prevention and information.

800-422-4453

Call for appointment

707-428-2100
3050 Travis Blvd., fairfield
Child Haven

Offersindividual and group education. Assistance with food, diapers and breast feeding support for enrolled client.

707-425-5744, 707-428-1131 Crisis Line
801 Empire St, Fairfield
Family Services

The CHDP Gateway is a way to help children get health insurance. Uninsured children can get their CHDP exam and may be enrolled into temporary Med-cal. Free

707-784-8670
Fairfield

Group home forpregnant teens or young mothers who are between 13-20 years old.

Runaway Hotline 866-483-3666, 707-428-3912
274 E.Sunset Ave #201. Suisun city
www.cinoh.org
510-428-3000
747 52nd Street, Oakland
94609
510-428-3000
747 52nd Street, Oakland

Bread every day at 10:00 am

707-553-8192
2166 Sacramento Street, Vallejo

provides food and shelter to those that are homeless.

707-553-8192
2166 Sacramento Street, Vallejo

Wellness and Recovery Center

707-425-2717
3330 Dover Ave., Fairfield
916-469-6588
Sacramento

Provides transitional housing for veterans and permanent supportive housing programs for veterans and non-veterans. Rapid rehousing programs assist those who are homeless with temporary financial assistance and case management as well as limited homeless prevention services. Rep payee and VA fiduciary services are provided as well as SOAR application for SSI for those who are homeless.Transitional housing, emergency food, clothing assistance. Season of sharing and health Choices program.

707-553-7368
416 Union Ave., Fairfield

Support group for individuals who are grieving the loss of a child any age

707-208-0736
623 Taylor St., Fairfield
Recovery Support Group

12 Step program. Meetings Friday nights 6:30 pm.

707-446-9838
190 Butcher Road, Vacaville

Military Families

707-423-3735
101 Bodin Circle, Travis AFB
Dawn center
Treatment
925-439-1332
1251 California St., Pittsburg
Delancey Street
Treatment

Men & Women Work and learn trade commitment 2yrs.

415-957-9800
600 The Embarcadero, San Francisco
Brannan

Information handbook for ex-offenders. This site outlines federal government programs to assist ex-offenders with gaining employment and gives information on other federal programs to aid ex-felons.

Provides services to people who have a developmental, physical, mental or emotional disability to get a jobor keep the job they have.

707-428-2080
450 Chadbourne Rd., Fairfield
Treatment
925-672-5700
11540 Marsh Creek Rd., Clayton
Discovery House
Treatment

Residential -Detoxification Services

925-646-9270
4645 Pacheco Blvd., Martinez
Treatment

Outpatient substance abuse programs.

707-678-0442
155 N. Second St., Dixon
Detox & Treatment

Long term recovery and continued care.

888-788-6356
3076 Myrtledale Rd.
EDD

Provides unemployment services.

800-300-5616
Treatment

Women living on the margins of society with substance abuse issues, mental health disabilities, and possiblity of life threatening illnesses Mani, Inc embraces the idea of strengthening character and supportive learning

707-297-6393, 707-421-1200
420 E O St, , Benicia

Mental Health Crisis Stabilization Unit.

707-428-1131
2101 Courage Dr., Fairfield
,

Want a clean slate? Arrest, misdemeanor, juvenile, rehabilitation, pardons and record sealing.

707-784-7600
475 Union Ave, Fairfield

Restraining orders assistance and advocacy.

707-207-7300
Law of Justice 530 Union Ave., Hall of Justice 600 Union Ave, Fairfield
94522
707-428-7300
1000 Webster Street, Fairfield
707-421-3224
1600 Kidder Ave., Fairfield

Housing programs for low income residents.

707-428-7392
823 Jefferson Street #B, Fairfield
94533

Education and training services.

707-421-4155
900 Travis Blvd., Fairfield

Provides support services for veterans.

707-427-1148
416 Union Ave., Fairfield

Counseling for domestiv violence victims and children of domestic violence.

707-469-6600
650 Merchant St., Vacaville

Rental assistance for Vacaville residents. Free refferal and information, case management services, job listings, emergency vouchers for food and gas. One time assistance.

707-469-6608
650 Merchant St., Vacaville

Free 24 hour information and referral system connected to alchol and drug treatment services in Vallejo and out of town for individuals and their families.

707-648-5230
505 Santa Clara St., Vallejo

Sunday 2:30-4 pm

707-422-2500
1108 Washington Street, Fairfield
Treatment
415-777-9953
915 Bryant St., San Francisco

Provides comprehensive support services to ex-inmates and their families

209-955-0701
7272 Murray Dr., Stockton
626-960-3500
P.O. Box 17173, Los Angeles
Genesis House
Treatment

Residential treatment facility for men and women. Drug and alcohol treatment program.

707-552-5295
1149 Warren Ave., Vallejo
Education Services

Teaching basic life skills for success. Provides supportive services and classes in the community.

 

 

707-562-5673
1055 Azuar Drive, Vallejo
94592

Job placement training.

707-864-5440
180 Grobic Ct., Fairfield
707- 648-5230
505 Santa Clara St., Vallejo

Home visits and substance abuse counseling for people with children 0-5 years of age

707-455-8775
40 Eldridge Ave, Suite 10A Vacaville
Treatment

Outpatient Counseling services for any individual, couple or family to address their substance abuse issues. DUI programs

707-355-4059
1735 enteprise Blvd. # 105A, Fairfield
Treatment
707-447-8982
1286 Callen St., Vacaville
Heather House

60-day shelter for single females, families or men with children.

707-427-8566
724 Ohio St., Fairfield

Helps low income households, primarily in managing home energy bills, energy crisis, and weatherization and energy-related minor home repairs

707-422-3200
1000 Texas St. Ste H, Fairfield

Homeless resources through the Fairfield police deprtment.

Provides supportive services to individuals with serious mental illness and/or with co-curring substance use disorders who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

707-553-5592, 707-553-5343
1119 E. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville
Melanie Cook

Provides individual couples, child, family counseling in both English and Spanish.

707-646-9873
827 Missouri St., Suite 1, Fairfield

Transitional housing for women and children. There is a fee.

707-554-9781
164 Robles Drive #A-7, PMB178, Vallejo
94591
House of Acts
Treatment

Residential- substance abuse treatment program.

707-553-1042
627 Grant St., Vallejo
Quintanella
IHSS

In home support systems for health concerns or other disabilities.

707-784-8259
275 Beck Ave,. Fairfield

Information and referrals on housing, benefits, advocacy and homeless assistance with housing.

707-435-8174
470 Chadbourne Rd, Ste B, Fairfield
94533

Provides a variety of services to help people with any type of disability achieve maximum independence,

707-435-8174
470 Chadbourn Road, Ste. A, Fairfield
Detox & Treatment

Offers inpatient detox services

925-674-4100
2740 Grant Street, Concord
Mental Health

Is an outreach program that serves Medi-cal eligible Filipinos in Solano county with mental health awareness,

18005470495
275 Beck Avenue, Fairfield
94533
Treatment

Adult and adolescent drug and alcohol treatment, including Detox, day treatment, and long term recovery support for Kaiser Health Plan members.

707-651-1050
800 Serano Dr., Vallejo
Treatment
707-651-1050
800 Sereno Drive, Vallejo

Membership Required

707-624-4000
1 Quality Lane
Katargeo Inc.

Sober Living Home, Transitional Living, Halfway House, SLE, and other Recovery related services.

800-720-3784, 707-557-7020
1652 Fairgrounds Dr. Suite C, Vallejo
La Casa Ujima
Treatment

Out-paatient and residential program

925-229-0230, 800-485-1916
904 Mellus Way, Martinez
Treatment

Behavioral health and substance abuse disorders.

707-556-8100
243 Georgia Street, St. B, Vallejo
Treatment

Counseling & Mental Health

707-558-0104
604 Broadway St., Vallejo

Provides assistance with domestic violence and elder abuse restraining orders in Vallejo.

707-643-0054
1810 Capital St. Vallejo

Substance abuse treatment services

707-255-1855
2310 1ST., Napa

12 step program for those with addiction to marijuana

800-766-6779
340 S Lemon Ave., Walnut, CA. #9420
91789
916-341-9469
Sacramento
Treatment

Provides a clean, safe, and nurturing environment combined with the delivery of practical skills and coping strategies for clients. Empower men to take responsibility for their recovery, attain self-reliance, and be of service to others.

415-485-6736
710 C St., Suite 8, Marin
Detox & Treatment

Dual Diagnosis Detox & Substance Abuse Rehab Center.Offers detox programs for young adults.

925-372-2000
150 Muir Road , Martinez
Detox & Treatment

Two to seven-day residential medical detox (Residential treatment also available

707-257-1460
2100 Napa-Vallejo Hwy
Meals on Wheels

Meals for seniors

707-426-3079
95 Marina Ctr. Suisun

Information

800-743-5000
Treatment

Provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction utilizing methadone and buprenorphine.

707-435-9111
1143 Missouri St., Fairfield
Treatment

Provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction utilizing methadone and buprenorphine.

707-649-8300
1628 Broadway St., Suite B, Vallejo
707- 428-1131
Mentis

Counseling offered to children, couples, families, individuals and groups.

707-255-2105
709 Franklin, Napa
Mount Calvary

Thursday at 1:00—3:00 pm

707-425-1849
1735 Enterprise Drive, Building # 3

12-Step recovery

7072262278
2407 California Blvd.,Napa
Narc-anon
Recovery Support Group

Meetings

510-496-2708
2540 Esat St., Concord

Provides 12 step recovery meetings for narcotic addicts.

1-866-642-3848
Napa/ Solano

Provides housing assistance to veterans.

877-424-3838

Crisis Intervention.

800-922-8212
Needy Meds

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers special programs to assist uninsured.

215-625-9609
Detox & Treatment

Offers inpatient detox services

510-229-5000
820 23rd Street, Richmond
Detox & Treatment

Offers inpatient detox services

510-548-7270
1816 Scenic Avenue , Berkely
New Leaf Center
Treatment

Receive medication-assisted detox performed entirely as an outpatient

925-284-5200
10564 SanPablo Ave Unit C, El Cerrito
877-879-6422

Offers varies grief support groups

4520 Business Center Dr. Suite 110, Fairfield
707- 553-7345
146 Rainier Ave., Vallejo
707-646-5000
1200 B Gale Wilson Blvd

Recovery from substance abuse and chemical dependency.

877-677-4543
601 Steiner St., San Francisco

Work-to housing program. Shelter available for approved participants. Serves homeless families and women; single fathers if space available. No single males

707-447-1988
267 Bennett Hill Court, Vacaville
916-786-0330
Pace Solano

Providing training and educational services to adults with developmental disabilities in Solano County.

707-469-8714
419 Mason St. Ste 118, Vacaville

Medical services. Counseling Services.

800-863-4155
4665 Business Ceter Drive, Fairfield

Reduce energy bill.

800-743-5000
www.pge.com
Pills Anonymous
925-786-4500
Oakland

Free or low cost Family Planning Services for most low-income and uninsured individuals. Med-Cal accepted.

707-317-2111, Vacaville 707-429-8855, Fairfield
600 Nut Tree Road Ste 210, Vacaville 1325 Travis Blvd Ste C Fairfield, Ca

Free or low cost family planning services.

707-429-8855
1325 Travis Blvd., Fairfield
www.ppsp.org

Long-term men’s residential program. 12-Step Based Social Model. No registered sex-offenders or Arson convictions accepted.

707-449-4733
7516 Padon Rd., Vacaville
Residential

Recovery Treatment for men.

707-449-4733
371 Bowline Drive, Vacaville
95687
Project Aurora
Treatment
707-647-1520 Ext. 203
 1017 Tennessee Street, Vallejo 
REACH Program

One time annual energy assistance program.

707-426-6244 Fairfield, 707-455-8191 Vacaville
1216 Missouri, Fairfield
www.pge.com
Treatment

Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program

707-643-2748
604 Broadway, Vallejo
Detox & Treatment

Offers inpatient detox services

(925) 682-5704
2449 Pacheco Street, Concord
Recovery Support Group

12 step Christian Program

707-425-1849
1745 Enterprise Drive, Fairfield

Free, personalized resource, referral, and connections to local services.

707-652-7311
Employment Services

Youth between 16 - 24 legal US resident , good health, no serious behavior history and must be income eligible.

916-394-0770
3100 Meadowview Road, Sacramento
95832
Treatment

Men’s recovery home offering 30,60, and 90 day treatment programs. Must have 72 hours clean, no detox or medical services offered. Must be 18 or older.

916-455-6258
1914 22nd Street, Sacramento

Provides domestic violence services

707-784-1872
604 Empire St., Fairfield
Safe Quest
Domestic Violence

Court advocacy services , Domestic Violence & Sexual assault. Free services include: Restraining order assistance, accompaniments, Confidential and Spanish speaking.

707-422-7345, 24hr crisis line 866-487-7233
Fairfield
94533

Shelter for abused women and children

707-422-7345, 866-487-7233 Hotline

provides food. Vacaville residents , must provide picture ID and proof of residency.

707-448-2390
350 Stinson Ave., Vacaville
Salvation Army

Emergency Food, utility, case by case housing assistance and DMV voucher

707-426-6244
1216 Missouri, Fairfield
Salvation Army
707-426-6244
1216 Missouri Street, Fairfield
Treatment
415- 643-8040
1500 Valencia St, San Francisco
SAMHSA
Referral

A network which provides referrals to local and national resources.

800-726-4727
5600 Fisher Lane, Rockville, MD
Seneca Center

Provides youth with age out of fostercare transition to adulthood.

707-429-4440
Shamia House
Treatment

Residential treatment center for pregnant woman. Drug and alcohol. Pre-natal and Post partum resources. Babies up to 12 months.

707-644-2577, 707-644-5501
126 Ohio St, Vallejo
Shelter’s Inc.
Residential

The mission of SHELTER, Inc. is to prevent and end homelessness for low-income residents of Contra Costa County by providing resources that lead to self-sufficiency.

925-335-0698
1333 willow Pass Road, Concord
94520
Shelters Inc.

Provides food and shelter for homeless veterans, single women and women with children, and males.

310 Beck Ave.
310 Beck Ave, Fairfield
Smith House

Independent Sober Living for women.

272 Sunhaven Circle, Fairfield
415-684-0294
94533

Monthly benefits checks to children and adults who have disabilities.

800-772-1213
700 Main Street,Ste., 200 Suisun
www.ssa.gov
Treatment
866-734-6740
160SrraDrive, Vallejo
707-864-7000
4000 Suisun Valley college, Suisun

Intervention on behalf of children who need protection from abuse and neglect.

707-784-8791
275 Beck Ave,. Fairfield

Serving Solano County Residents 24/7.

707-428-1131
2101 Courage Drive, Fairfield

Provides dental services for low income families.

707-784-2120
2101 Courage Drive, Fairfield

Must be current cash aid recipient. Proides emergency vouchers for lodging and assistance with security deposit.

707-469-4500
1119 E. Monte Vista Ave., Vacaville
707-784-8600
740 Beck Ave., Fairfield
707- 553-5331
355 Tuolumne St, Vallejo
707- 784-2080
 2101 Courage Dr, Fairfield,

Provides help, support, advocacy and education to those wth mental concerns.

707-422-7792
1225 Travis Blvd, Fairfield
707- 553-5331
355 Tuolumne St # 1400, Vallejo
707- 784-7600
475 Union Ave, Fairfield
707- 553-5531
355 Tuolumne St, Vallejo
Treatment

Substance abuse treatment for adults. Adults must be Solano County residents. Services are for individuals on CMSP, Medical, or have no health insurance.

707-784-2220
2101 Courage Dr. Fairfield
Treatment
707- 553-5328
355 Tuolumne St # 3, Vallejo

Job Service. Unemployment insurance and job referrals

707-864-3370
320 Campus Lane, Fairfield

The Solano Employment Connection, is a part of a national One Stop Center to combine employment, education, training services into a network of resources to be offered at a local level for all county residents.

707-863-3500/ 707-648-4024
320 Campus Lane, Fairfield 1440 Marin Street, Vallejo
94533, 94590

Referral agency to help families locate childcare services.

707-863-3950
421 Executive Court North, Fairfield
Domestic Violence

A place where victims and survivors of family violence can get assistance from many different agencies located under one roof: Advocacy, access to shelter, orders of protection, court appointment, transitional housing and so many more services.

707-784-7635
604 Empire Street, Fairfield
94533
Family Services

Their mission is to strengthen and support Solano fathers so they can fully engage in the lives of their children and family.

707-421-7229
827 Missouri St. Fairfield
94533
Solano Food Bank

Offers resource list of the local food pantries in Solano county.

707-421-9777
2339 Courage Drive #F, Fairfield
Solano Mobility
Education Services

Learn to ride Transit. Travel Training is a free service that teaches the skills necessary to navigate public transit.

800-535-6883
94533
Recovery Support Services

Peer Recovery Support Services

24/7 (855-788-4733) Office 707-419-4662
711 Empire St. / Mail P.O. Box 909 Fairfield, CA 94533
Liz Stapp Tyrone Shouder

Kick the butts is a series of 5 classes fro adults that focus on nicotine addiction. Particpants need to attend all five of the two hour sessions.

707-784-8900
275 Beck Ave,. Fairfield

Must provide social security number, proof of income and picture ID.

707-448-2228
610 Boyd St., Vacaville
Detox & Treatment

Men and women. Non medical detox services and treatment refferals. 24 hour.

707-643-2715
419 Pennsylvania St., Vallejo

Psychiatric and mental health services

 707- 648-2200
 525 Oregon St, Vallejo

Tues, 4-6 pm, 2nd Sat. 9:30-10:30 am

707-422-4741
1600 Union Avenue, Fairfield

provides a range of prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery services for alcoholism and other drug addictions.

707-784-2220
2101 Courage Drive, Fairfield
800- 273-8255
707- 421-4398
725 Golden Eye Way, Suisun
Sunrise House
Treatment

Faith based services or treatment.
Call 1 800-496-0542 and speak now with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.
This service is free of charge and there is no obligation.

925- 229-2318
2309 Platt Dr., Martinez
94553

Provides prevention and financial assistance to veterans and their families at risk for homelessness

707-427-1148
Fairfield, Suisun
530-756-6440
2000 Sutter Place, Davis
Teen Challenge
Treatment

This is a Christian Faith Based solution to life controlling drug and alcohol problems.

916-383-1736
3020 "O" Street, Sacramento
Treatment

Provides clients with a high level of intervention and support designed to shorten psychiatric hospitalizations

707- 557-5896
508 Alabama Street, Vallejo
Treatment

Residential treatment for teenagers, co-ed facility

510-653-5040, 510-653-6475
390 40th St., Oakland

Serving those who have experienced trauma, violence, and loss in Solano County.

800-231-9273
800-828-3284
2315 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento

Provides support services for vetrans and their families. Offers counseling, assistance applying for health benefits, pension, housing.

707-557-1491
916-734-2011
2315 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento
Treatment

Alcoholism, drug addiction and behavioral health problems services.

510- 236-3139
1901 Church Lane, San Pablo

Information on immigration laws and, etc.

800-375-5283
707-624-7000
1000 Nut Tree Rd., Vacaville
707-453-6018
100 McClellan Street, Vacaville
707- 469-6608
312 Cernon St. Suite D

Provides subsidized rental assistance to low-income residents through the section 8 program. Subject to availabilty.

707-449-5675
40 Eldridge Avenue, Suite 2, Vacaville
866 648 7334

Health Care for Homeless. Mobile denatal van that proides some care and assessments.

707-344-3743
2201 Courage Dr., Fairfield
707- 562-8200

Provides advocacy for victims of crime. Can pay for medical and counseling bills.

707-784-6844
675 Texas St., Fairfield
Victory Outreach
707- 720-9278
 1122 Missouri St, Fairfield
Victory Outreach

Long-term men’s residential program.

707- 557-5735
1055 Azuar Drive, Vallejo
Mental Health

Are you looking for a place where you can get support and education concerning your mental health issue?

Free classes held in Vacaville, Fairfield and Vallejo.

 

707-553-5735
1119 E. Monte Vista, Vacaville
2101 Courage Drive, Fairfield
355 Tuolumne St.
White Bison

Religion-based organization offering a variety of rehabilitation services. No registered sex-offenders, arson convictions, or clients taking psychiatric medications accepted

877–871–1495

Provides special checks to buy healthy foods, information about nutrition and health, support and information about breastfeeding your baby.

707-469-4555

One - StopCareer center. Employment, education and tarining Services. County residents.

707-863-3500, 707-863-3598 Assistane w/ disability
320 Campus Lane, Fairfield

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