A Place-2-Live, Inc. offers residential placement services for low- to moderate-income families and life skills training, helping its clients become self-sufficient over time.

Caminar provides support services to the Solano community that enables people in their recovery process to live independently and self-sufficiently in accordance with their ability and choice.

Change and New Beginnings (CAN-B) provides housing and safety net services to help individuals live healthy and productive lives. CAN-B serves veterans, individuals experiencing physical and mental disabilities, seniors, and other vulnerable persons living in Solano County who are socially and economically at risk.

Community Housing Opportunities Corporation (CHOC) offers high quality, affordable, and environmentally conscious housing. CHOC also offers a variety of financial, counseling, energy saving, and health and wellness services.

The Edge Community Church engages in street outreach and provides food and other social services to homeless and other low-income individuals in Solano County.

Fighting Back Partnership partners with businesses, residents, and government to improve neighborhoods, strengthen families, and support youth development by helping to create a safe, healthy, and thriving community. 

Global Center for Success helps needy community members develop life skills for success by focusing on personal growth, health, wellness, and employment.

House of Purpose provides permanent supportive housing to chronically homeless individuals with co-occuring disorders. 

Insight Housing provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families.

Legal Services of Northern California provides a variety of legal services to low-income individuals in Solano County. The organization’s Solano County office is located in Vallejo.

Lutheran Social Services of Northern California provides services and housing to homeless adults in Solano County. LSS takes a holistic approach to treating people with complex needs and helping vulnerable populations regain self-sufficiency.​

Office of U.S. Representative John Garamendi supports efforts to prevent and end homelessness in Solano County by advocating for a variety of federal economic, health care, and social service programs.

Opportunity House provides shelter, transitional and alternative housing, support services, mentorship, and volunteer programs to help Solano County residents achieve self-sufficiency.

Resource Connect Solano connects Solano County residents who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness to housing and supportive services. Using the Coordinated Entry System, Resource Connect Solano identifies and facilitates the most appropriate response to each individual's immediate and long-term housing needs.

Reynaissance Family Center offers transitional housing to families with children and disabilities. 

SafeQuest Solano provides advocacy services, safety, and support to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault, including individuals who are at risk of, or are currently experiencing, homelessness.

Salvation Army provides group homes, emergency shelters, transitional living centers, housing, food, and overnight lodging to individuals in need. In addition, the organization provides educational, counseling, and vocational services to Solano's most needy citizens.

SHELTER, Inc. provides rental assistance to prevent eviction and to re-house homeless households, interim housing through an emergency shelter in Fairfield, and wrap-around case management services in all programs to help return households to self-sufficiency. Specialized programs for veterans and those reintegrating into the community after an incarceration are also offered.

SHELTER Solano is a year-round emergency shelter located in Fairfield, and can meet the interim housing needs of individuals and families with wrap-around case management services to help return households to self-sufficiency. Entry to this shelter is via 2-1-1, or Resource Connect Solano.

Solano County Health & Social Services offers integrated services designed to safeguard the physical, emotional, and social well-being of Solano County residents.

Solano Family Justice Center offers victims of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual assault an opportunity to build hope and new futures. The SFJC operates under the auspices of the Solano County District Attorney’s Office and has recently partnered with Resource Connect Solano to help refer survivors of domestic violence to housing and supportive service opportunities.

Solano Network of Mental Health Consumers – Circle of Friends provides peer programs and behavioral health services to adults. The goal of the organization is to help individuals get healthier, stay well, and become vital members of the community.

Transformation Village hosts Dignity Day twice a year, with services ranging from mobile showers, free haircuts, medical checks and more.

Vallejo Nation's Finest offers homeless prevention and re-housing services, employment and training programs, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, behavioral health treatment, case management, and a variety of other services to Solano County veterans.

Additional Community Resource Guides

Area Agency on Aging Serving Napa and Solano Senior & Caregiver Resource Guide

City of Vacaville Family Services

Vallejo Mayor’s Office Homeless Resource Guide

Resource Guide – All Solano County agencies

Solano County Family and Individual Resources

Partnership HealthPlan of Northern California Transportation Resources

February 28, 2018: Strategies for Recognizing & Working With Survivors of Violence Presentation

  1. Model Emergency Transfer Plan for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking
  2. Notice of Occupancy Rights Under the Violence Against Women Act
  3. Model Emergency Transfer Request for Certain Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking 
  4. Certification of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking, and Alternate Documentation