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                    711 Empire Street

                   Fairfield, CA 94533



                     October 5, 2007

           DETOXIFICATION SERVICES

KAISER PERMANENTE, CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
RECOVERY PROGRAM
800 Sereno Drive
Phone: 651-1050
Hours of Operation: M - F (including holidays), 8:30 AM -
7:30 PM,      Sat., 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Sun., 8:30 AM -
12:30 PM
Relevant Info: Medical detoxification services for Kaiser
members, including Kaiser Medi-Cal enrollees. (Please call in
advance for an appointment)

SOUTHERN SOLANO ALCOHOL/DRUG COUNCIL,
419 Pennsylvania Street
Phone: 643-2715
Hours of Operation: 24 Hrs., Every day
Relevant Info: Three to five day residential detox., assessment
& referral services, also provides drop-in services.

SUCCESSFUL ALTERNATIVES FOR ADDICTION
AND COUNSELING (S.A.A.C.S)
1628 Broadway, Suite B
Hours: M - F, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Methadone Dispensing: M - F 5:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Sat -
Sun. 6:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Phone: 649-8300
Fax: 649-8302
Relevant Info: Narcotic treatment program that meets the
needs of people who have become addicted to Heroin and
other Opiates. Offers Methadone maintenance/detoxification.

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    OUTPATIENT RECOVERY PROGRAMS
A. K. BEAN FOUNDATION
  623 Great Jones Street, Fairfield 94533 429-8888
   M - Th 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Fri. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  2100 Sacramento Street, Vallejo 94590 642-8947
   M -Th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Closed
Fri.
  600 Nut Tree Rd, Suite 240, Vacaville, 95688 (satellite
office) 429-8888
   M - Th 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Fri. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 4:00
PM - 7:00 PM

Relevant Info: Drinking/Drunk Driver Program & Drug
Diversion Program, admission only through court and DMV
referrals
Drug Diversion - $475 (Price includes $35 enrollment fee
& drug testing)
1st Offender Drunk Driving - $494, (Price includes $50
enrollment fee)
Multiple Offender-$1,194 (Price includes $50 enrollment
fee)

BASN (Bay Area Services Network)
1840 Capitol Street, Vallejo 94590 (Parole Office) Phone:
649-4824, Fax: 648-5285
Hours: M, T, Th, F 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; W 8:30 AM - 11:30
PM
2333 Courage Dr., Fairfield 94533 Phone: 428-2016, Fax:
438-3274
Hours: T, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; W 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Relevant Info: Network of substance abuse programs
specifically designed to help parolees, referrals and funding
for treatment

DIXON FAMILY SERVICES, 155 North Second Street,
Dixon
Phone: (707) 678-0442
Hours: M - Th 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM; F 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Relevant Info: Adult, youth and family substance abuse
counseling for English and Spanish speakers, sliding scale

HEALTHY PARTNERSHIPS,
  1286 Callen St., Vacaville, CA 95688; Phone: 447-8982,
Fax: 447-3205
  1735 Enterprise Blvd., Fairfield, CA 94533; Phone: 425-
1799, Fax: 425-1081
  225 N. Lincoln Building A, Dixon 95620; Phone: 693-1733,
Fax: 693-1705
Contact Person: Sharon Loveseth, Program Coordinator
Hours: Mon - Fri, 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Relevant Info.: Driving Under the Influence (DUI) provider
for first-time and multiple offenders. All sites are Drug/Medi-
Cal certified. Out patient alcohol and other drugs programs:

          Bay Area Service Network (BASN)
             o      Services for parolees and drug court
                 participants
          Out-Patient Services
             o      Assessment and counseling services for
                 families and individuals
          Prop 36


KATARGEO, 1652C Fairgrounds Dr.
http://www.katargeo.org/
Phone: 557-7020
Fax: 469-8964
Hours: M, W, F 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM; T, Th 8:00 AM - 4:00
PM
Relevant Info: Community based outpatient alcohol and drug
treatment program. Fees are based on a sliding scale to the
community. Also provides education groups, individual


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counseling, NA meetings, 12 step groups, domestic violence
treatment, anger management, and employment referrals.

LATINO SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM, 40 Aldridge
Ave. Suite 10A, Vacaville 95688
Phone: 449-8014
Fax: 449-8750
Hours: M - F 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Relevant Info: Individual and family counseling, support
groups, relapse prevention by culturally competent, bilingual
substance abuse counselors, sliding scale and Medi-Cal
accepted

MARE ISLAND VA MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC
Bldg. 201 Walnut Ave. Rm 1010, Vallejo Phone: 562-8280
Relevant Info: Substance abuse treatment for veterans in the
North Bay area, individual and group support, relapse
prevention,
Clinic hours: 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.., Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday

PHARMATOX, 1143 Missouri St, Fairfield, 94533
Phone: 435-8042
Fax: 435-1527
Hours: M - F 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact: Allen Grim
Relevant Info: Clinical model program providing individual,
group, and family counseling, 8 and 5 week programs, sliding
scale pricing (lowest at $22 per session)

   Pharmatox Methadone Clinic 1143 Missouri St,
Fairfield, 94533
   Hours: M - F 6:00 AM - 2:30 PM; Sat - Sun 7:00 AM -
9:30 AM
   Phone: 435-9911
   Contact: Kathy Loughry
   Relevant Info.: 18, 21, & 180 day detox & maintenance,
Medi-Cal and cash accepted, no CMSP

RECOVERY CONNECTION, 604 Broadway
Phone: 643-2748
24- Hr. Line: 643-2715
Contact: Charlene Martin

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Relevant Info: social model, intensive structured chemical
dependency program, one year duration, sliding scale pricing

RIO VISTA CARE, 125 Sacramento Street, Rio Vista
Phone: 374-5243
Fax: 374-5381
Hours: M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Relevant Info: counseling for youth and their families and
adult substance abuse counseling, sliding scale pricing

STAR ADULT EDUCATION, 1840 Capitol Street
Phone: 648-5379
Contact: Mark Armstrong
Relevant Info.: Available to parolees only, no cost, 20-day
class, 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM Monday - Friday

S.C.O.P. ( Solano County Outpatient Program), 1006
Marin Street
Phone: (800) 547-0495 (Behavioral Health Access Line)
Contact: Ruth Lenoard
Relevant Info: Assessment referral to community out/inpatient
services

SOLANO COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH
2101 Courage Drive, Fairfield; Phone: 428-1131
228 Broadway, Vallejo 94590
24 Hr. Crisis Line: (800) 547-0495
Relevant Info: The county crisis unit will provide up to 23 hrs.
stabilization, observation, assessment, and referral service



     Additional Solano County Mental Health Programs
F.A.C.T. (Forensic Adult Community Treatment), 2101
Courage Drive, Fairfield Phone: 435-2059
Contact: Pat Renfro
Relevant Info: Mental health treatment and case management
for men and women in the criminal justice system, Court
ordered, agency referrals

SAGES (Substance Abuse Group for Education and
Support) (800) 547-0495
Relevant Info: Program for exclusively for Dual Diagnosis


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clients in the system. Call for more details.
in Fairfield: Tuesday 3:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M.
    Thursday 3:30 P.M 4:30 P.M.
    Contacts: Judy Harris, Nina Smith

   Saturday 3:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
   Contact: Nina Smith

   Sunday 4:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
   Contact: Tony Alonzo

   Spanish Speaking Treatment Group (800) 547-0495
   Fairfield: Monday 1:00 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.
   Contacts: Tina Mendoza, Allyson Klein



SOLANO COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
  2101 Courage Dr. , Fairfield Phone: 435-2220, Fax: 435-
2204
  1006 Marin Street, Vallejo Phone: 553-5328, Fax: 553-5260
  1(800) 547-0495- call for an intake appointment
Hours: M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Relevant Info: Offers assessments to be placed in in/outpatient
treatment, also for Prop. 36, call for appointments

YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES, 408 Tennessee Street
 Phone: 554-2397
           Youth and Family Services programs:
    Project Aurora, 1017           Project Aurora, 1735
   Tennessee Street, Vallejo       Enterprise Dr, Fairfield
        Phone: 647-1520                Phone: 427-6640
   Alcohol and drug treatment     Alcohol and drug treatment
  for women and services for     for women and services for
 their children, call for group their children, call for group
         meeting times                  meeting times
         Contact: Debbie                Contact: Debbie
 Folgheraiter, 315-8188 (cell) Folgheraiter, 315-8188 (cell)

             RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY

ADOBE, 1385 West K, Benicia, 94510
Phone: 745-6276
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Relevant Info: Men’s 1 year self-supporting program, ages 25
and up, no fee

ARCHWAY SOBER LIVING, 1525 Union Avenue,
Fairfield
Phone: 435-1804
Julie Lake, Director: 435-1804
Relevant Info: 16 bed residential alcohol & substance abuse
treatment program, call for additional info

DIABLO VALLEY RANCH (A Bi-Bett Program), 11540
Marsh Creek Rd., Clayton
Phone: (925) 672-5700, Fax: (925) 672-1374
Contact: Henry Dillihart
Relevant Info: Social Model Alcohol & Drug Recovery
Community for men. Orientation and primary phase of
program 30 to 90 days. Provides education, recovery planning
and A.A./N.A. participation. Planning for re-entry into the
community with assistance in job search, resumes and job
applications.

GENESIS HOUSE, 1149 Warren Avenue
Director: Lloyd Gieg
Phone: 552-5295/ (24 hr. Hotline) 557-3165
Relevant Info: Men & women’s long-term residential
treatment program. Please call to make an appointment for an
interview.

HOUSE OF ACTS, 627 Grant Street
Phone: 553-1042
Fax: 553-8146
Director: Hattie Smith-Miles
Relevant Info: Long-term, men’s residential substance abuse
recovery program. Also features an outpatient/sober living
environment program.

ST. HELENA HOSPITAL, ST. HELENA HEALTH
CARE CENTER
650 Sanitarium Road, P.O. Box 250, Deer Park,
Phone: 1 (800) 454-4673
Relevant Info: To be eligible, a person must be 18 years or
older. Program costs reimbursable under many health
insurance plans. Self-pay accepted.

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   Inpatient Program: Variable length of stay at the Health
Center up to one month.
   Woodland House: Residential alcohol and drug treatment
facility. For individuals in need of a structured environment
while receiving chemical dependency treatment.
   Extended Day Treatment: Participants stay at Woodland
House for up to one month, participating in 7:00 AM - 10:30
PM programs.
   Day Treatment: Intensive daytime treatment with
participants leaving the Health Center each evening.
Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, for up to 20 days of
treatment.
   * Call for more information

SHAMIA RECOVERY CENTER (A Bi-Bett Program),
126 Ohio Street
Phone: 644-2577
Fax: 644-5501
Relevant Info.: Provides an opportunity for pregnant women,
women with infants 0-12 months and women in-need to access
a wide variety of educational, informational and supportive
recovery services. Including, but not limited, to parenting,
alcohol and other drug education, personal growth sessions
and more. Shamia also operates 2 clean & sober residences.
  * Call for more information

VICTORY OUTREACH, 436 Caster St. (Men’s Home)
Church/24- Hr Hotline: 557-5735
Relevant Info: Long-term men’s residential program.
Religion-based organization offering a variety of services.
Also, rehabilitation centers for women (call for information),
9-12 month programs. Call for information and
locations

              SELF-HELP & SUPPORT

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA)
529 Capitol St. (Solano County Headquarters)
Phone: 643-8217 - 24 hrs.
Hotline: 446-2244
Relevant Info: Referrals to 12-step AA groups. For people
with the desire to stop drinking.

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CONSUMER SELF-HELP CENTER, 1014 Broadway St.
Phone: 553-5089
Fax: 553-5939
Contact: Anthony Lara
Hours: M-F, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM & Sat. 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Relevant Info: Drop in center for adult mental health
consumers; 12-step meetings; daily activities; all services are
free of charge.

RESPONSIBLE FATHER PROGRAM, 301 Georgia
Street, Suite 300, Vallejo
Phone #: 553-5834
Contact Person: James W. Hicks
Relevant Info: Fathers and non-custodial parents whose
children live in the Solano County and are receiving
CalWORKSs benefits and services.
Program Description: Helps fathers build a relationship with
your children, assistance with drug and alcohol problem,
family counseling, develop job skills, self-esteem
development, domestic violence intervention

NAR-ANON (Mt. Diablo District)
http://www.naranoncalifornia.org
Hotline: (510) 496-2708
Relevant Info: 12-step support group for anyone
affected by someone else’s addiction.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)
Phone: 422-9234 - Service Center, M-F, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Meeting Info: 251-5982 (Napa/Solano)

                        Sober Living
EMANI INC, P.O. BOX 4156, Vallejo
Phone #: 642-6147
Fax #: 642-4704
Contact person: Monique Davis or June Cummings
Relevant info: Emani House is a six-bed residential treatment
program for women with substance abuse, mental health
issues, and specific life threatening illness.

JOHN’S PLACE, 419, 421, & 423 Pennsylvania St.

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Phone: 643-2715
Contact: Carol Roberts
Relevant Info: Clean & sober residences, must have 30 days
clean, sliding   scale, detox services, and drop-ins

HOUSE OF JOB,
Phone: 558-0678
Contact: Cynthia Williams
Relevant Info: Men only, 30 days clean and sober preferred,
long term, Christian, 12-Step based, counseling available,
Living Skills training

OUR FATHER’S HOUSE, 172 Coleridge Drive
Phone: 333-5503
Contact: Mike Elderkin
Relevant Info: Men’s sober living facility, must be 30 days
clean & sober before admission, SASKA eligible

SOCIETY OF SOBRIETY, PO Box 5882
http://www.societyofsobriety.com/
Phone: 552-9903, (866) 734-6740 (Toll Free)
Relevant Info.: Men's sober living facility. Must pass
interview before being admitted, call for an appointment. Must
be at least 90 days sober and have a sponsor. House meetings
are scheduled as needed.

RASHEEDAH’S PLACE, 1414 Rice Street, Vallejo
Phone #: 246-3671 or 319-6769
Hours: 24-hours a day, 7 days a week
Contact Person: Rasheedah or Carolyn
Relevant Info: Women only. Clean and sober living facility,
safe and secure housing. Must pass interview before
admission, call for an appointment. House meeting- women
take care of themselves fully on a daily basis. Must be active
in their own personal developed recovery program (AA, NA-
out patient, church ECT).

ROSEWOOD HOUSE TRANSITIONAL CLEAN AND
SOBER LIVING, 508 Alabama St.
Phone: 557-5896
Contact: Joy Hawkins, Case Manager
Relevant Info: Women only, 6 months sobriety required.
Nine-bed transitional clean and sober house with six months to

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one year commitment, must have previous completion of some
form of substance abuse recovery program or education, low
monthly service fee. 1 case manager/counselor available on-
site, weekly house meetings and support groups.

TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER (TLC), 920
Tennessee
Office Line: 649-1166
Fax: 642-2010
Contact Persons: Cynthia Dunn-Brown, Dorthy Edwards,
Pastor Veronica Nutt
Relevant Info.: Safe and secure housing for women and their
children only. Attendants can enhance their job skills,
continue their education, and seek employment while
attending outpatient treatment




          OTHER RECOVERY SERVICES


A. K. BEAN FOUNDATION
  623 Great Jones Street, Fairfield 945 334-2988
   M - Th 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Fri. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  2100 Sacramento Street, Vallejo 94590 (707) 642-8947
   M -Th 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Closed
Fri.
  600 Nut Tree Rd, Suite 240, Vacaville, 95688 (satellite
office) (707) 429-8888
   M - Th 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Fri. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 4:00
PM - 7:00 PM

Relevant Info: Drinking/Drunk Driver Program & Drug
Diversion Program, admission only through court and DMV
referrals
Drug Diversion - $475 (Price includes $35 enrollment fee
& drug testing)
1st Offender Drunk Driving - $494, (Price includes $50
enrollment fee)

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Multiple Offender-$1,194 (Price includes $50 enrollment
fee)

BAY AREA SERVICES NETWORK (BASN), 1840
Capitol St.
Phone: 649-4824
Hours: M - W 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Contact: Nancy Padula, Counselor
Relevant Info: Network of substance abuse treatment
resources for Solano County Parolees

CALIFORNIA DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS, 1840 Capitol
St.
Phone: 648-5372
Hours: Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 A.M. thru 5:00 P.M.
Relevant Info: Counseling for adult parolees.
* Contact the court and/or your attorney.

HEALTHY PARTNERSHIPS,
Vacaville - 1286 Callen St., CA 95688 Phone: (707) 447-
8982
Fairfield - 1735 Enterprise Blvd.. , CA 94533
Contact: Rosa Carlson ( Vacaville) or Laura Kelly ( Fairfield)
Hours: Mon - Fri, 9 AM - 6 PM ( Fairfield), 11 AM - 8 PM (
Vacaville)
Relevant Info: Driving Under the Influence (DUI) provider for
first-time and multiple offenders. All sites are Drug/Medi-Cal
certified. Out patient alcohol and other drugs programs:

         Bay Area Service Network (BASN)
            o      Services for parolees and drug court
                participants
         Out-Patient Services
            o      Assessment and counseling services for
                families and individuals
         Prop 36


IA’TIK RECOVERY CENTER (A Bi-Bett Program)/
DRINKING AND DRIVING TREATMENT PROGRAM,
604 Broadway Street
Phone: 558-0104


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Hours: M-F 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Sat. 12 PM - 5 PM (All
days by appointment only)
Program Coordinator: Jerry King
Relevant Info: Ia’tik offers DUI services for first and multiple
offenders. Services are offered in Spanish and English.
* Call for days and times

KICK THE BUTTS, 355 Tuolumne Street
( Solano County Dept. Of Health & Social Services, Tobacco
Prevention & Education Program)
Phone: 1-800-287-7357
Relevant Info: Comprehensive course helps to quit chewing
tobacco & smoking. Emphasizes support systems, stress
reduction & dynamics of addiction. Classes offered at various
sites and different languages throughout Solano County, call
for additional information.

ST. HELENA CENTER FOR BEHAVIORIAL HEALTH,
525 Oregon Street
Phone: 648-2200
Hours: M - F 7 AM - 7:30 PM, Weekends 12 PM - 7:30 PM
Relevant Info: Psychiatric hospital with inpatient services for
children, adolescents & adults with dual diagnosis needs

SOLANO COUNTY PROBATION DEPT. , 355 Tuolomne
St.
Phone: 553-5531
Relevant Info.: Substance abuse counseling for adults and
juveniles

SOLANO COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER'S OFFICE
Hall of Justice, 600 Union Ave., Fairfield 94533 Phone: 421-
6700 or 784-6700
355 Tuolumne St, Vallejo Phone: 553-5186
Hours: M - F 8 AM - 5 PM Hours: M - F 8 AM - 5 PM


SOLANO COUNTY CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Consumer Self-Help Center
1014 Broadway St., Vallejo, CA 94590
Phone: 553-5089
Hours: M-F, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM & Sat. 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Contact: Anthony Lara

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Relevant Info: Main goal is to assist consumers in rebuilding a
strong sense of self and to empower them by providing daily
group sessions, meetings, and independent living classes to
strengthen consumers ability to take control of their mental
illness, maintain wellness in their lives, and become
productive members of the community. The self-help centers
provide socialization skills that pro mote the growth and
development of recovery. Also offers volunteer and paid job
opportunities, and training.

VALLEJO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)
Phone: 556-8784 (Dr. Jill Gover)
Program Office: 1140 Capitol St. (Vallejo Adult School)
Relevant Info.: This program screens, refers and assists
students who have substance abuse issues or are affected by
someone else’s alcohol and/or other drug use. There are in-
school groups, such as: Anger management; concerned parents
group; continuing care & support group; insight group; and
tobacco cessation group. Wraparound services include a
specialist who provides intensive outpatient support for at-risk
adolescents & their families; individual & family counseling;
psychological evaluation; chemical assessment, and case
management. Coordination with other community agencies
such as law enforcement, probation & health &human service
providers.

FOOD
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES, 125 Corporate Place,
Suite A
http://www.csssolano.org
Phone: 644-8909
Hours of Operation: M-Th, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM-
5:00 PM, F 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Relevant Info: Can receive emergency food once every 3
months (must call and make an appointment for intake), bus
passes, season of sharing (rental assistance), counseling,
immigrant services, senior outreach.
  Must have:
  Picture I.D.
  Social Security Cards for all family members
  Verification of residence (and of income during holidays)

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CHRISTIAN HELP CENTER, 2166 Sacramento St.
Phone: 553-8192
Fax: 553-8195
Relevant Info: Every Saturday 10:30 a.m. until supply is
exhausted (no verification needed), homeless shelter (some
clothing available, space is first come, first served, 4pm
check-in)

FAIRFIELD CHURCH OF GOD, 925 Empire Street,
Fairfield
(Call to register for distribution)
Phone: 429-4538
Relevant Info: emergency food pantry available

FOOD FOR CHILDREN, 1328 Virginia St. (Napa/Solano
Head Start Building)
Phone: 421-9777, Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, 10
a.m.-12 p.m.
Relevant Info: Serves families with children 4-5 years old,
bring proof of income, I.D., and proof of child’s age. Parents
can self-refer, the program can also give referrals for soup
kitchens, emergency food pantries, and other food bank
programs clients qualify for.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 2025 Sonoma Blvd
Phone: 644-4064
Monday - Wednesday 11 AM - 12:30 AM, Sunday 5 PM - 6
PM
Relevant Info: Hot food distributed, no verification needed

MEALS ON WHEELS OF SOLANO COUNTY
(Homebound Seniors and disabled individuals 60 yrs. and up)
Main Office: 95 Marina Center, Suisun
Phone: (707) 425-0638, (800) 788-5114
Fax: 426-3767
Vallejo Office: 1350 Amador Street
Vallejo Phone: 644-7444
Home Delivered Meals to Homebound and Disabled Seniors.
Over 20 routes throughout Solano County

Senior Nutrition Congregate Dining Programs


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       Benicia Senior Center, 1205 E. 2nd Street, Benicia
       Dixon Senior and Multi-Use Center, 201 S. 5th
        Street, Dixon
       Fairfield Senior Center, 1200 Civic Center Drive,
        Fairfield
       Suisun Senior Center, 318 Merganser Drive, Suisun
       Rio Vista Senior Center, 25 Main Street, Rio Vista
       McBride Senior Center, 411 Kendal Street, Vacaville
       Marina Towers, 601 Sacramento Street, Vallejo
       North Vallejo Senior Center, 1634 Fairgrounds-C and
        D, Vallejo
       Florence Douglas Senior Center, 333 Amador Street,
        Vallejo


SALVATION ARMY, 630 Tuolumne St.
Phone: 643-8621
Contacts: Capt. Tom & Kim Stambaugh Ray Christian
Hours of Operation: M-Th, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday 9:00
AM – 12:00 PM

Emergency Food Available every three months Thursday
& Friday 9:00am to 12:00pm

       Clients will be denied if helped in the previous three
        months
       Must have California ID
       Clients can also sign up for USDA Food
        Distribution every third and fourth Thursday and
        Friday of the month(bring ID)

REACH ( PG& E) every Monday and Tuesday phone call
interview only 9:00am to 12:00pm (no walk-ins accepted)

    Must have a 15day or 48 hr notice or be 62+, Terminally
    ill, or be permanently disabled (with documentation),
    have Picture I.D., Social Security Card, or Income
    verification

    Soup Kitchen lunch on Wednesdays 11:30 to 12:30
    throughout the year.

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Hot food distributed Wednesday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm (No
verification needed)


SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH OF VALLEJO, 1170
Benicia Rd.
Phone: 643-6496
Hours: Every Wednesday 10 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
Relevant Info: No verification needed

ST. BASIL’S, 1200 Tuolumne St.
Phone: 644-5251
Hours: M, T Th, F, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
(closed Wed.)
Relevant Info: Serves North and East Vallejo, leave message
on machine, clients will receive a response within 24 hours.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
Phone: 556-9846 (center) or 553-9469 (after 12PM)
Hours: M - Thurs. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Relevant Info: Call and leave message, food is delivered on
Fridays or Saturdays, also helps with food, rent and utilities.

WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS, CHILDREN)
(Food vouchers for children up to 5 years and pregnant or
nursing women)
*Must meet income requirements


 355 Tuolumne Street, Phone:
          553-5381                 301 Georgia Street, Phone:
  M-F, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM                  553-5861
 1st & 2nd Thurs., 8:00 AM -       M-F, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
          6:30 PM

 Melvin Thompson Center, 1680 Fairgrounds Drive, Phone:
                      553-5381
          Wednesdays only, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

U.S.D.A. FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM,
Relevant Info: Nation-wide program that provides emergency
feeding programs, assistance for low-income families, Indian
reservations, and the elderly.

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             U.S.D.A Food Distribution Sites

     DREAM CENTER
       420 Virginia St.
       Phone: 643-6479
                                  GOOD SAMARITAN
    Tuesday 1 pm - 5 pm,
                                         CHURCH
   Wednesday 2 pm - 5 pm
                                       407 Capital St.
  Thursday 9 am - 12 pm & 1
                                     Phone: 553-1896
          pm - 5 pm
                                3rd Saturday of every month
     Friday 11 am - 2 pm
                                      9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Hot Soup Fridays from 12:30 -
                               Relevant Info: Bring picture
 2 pm (or while supplies last)
                               I.D. and income verification
 Relevant Info: Bring picture
I.D. and income verification,
participants only eligible one
          per week

 Also provides haircuts           MATTHEW 25:35
 (Wednesdays, 2 pm - 5            “FEED MY SHEEP”
  pm, first come, first           Mrs. Matlon Handy -
  served)and clothing             Director
 (Wednesdays, 2 pm - 4            Mrs. Millie Green-Hebert,
          pm)                     Co-Director
                                  Ms. Freddie Gravely,
SALVATION ARMY                    Administrative Support
630 Tuolumne St.                  Rev. David C. Isom,
Phone: 643-8621                   Pastor
M - F, 9 a.m - 12 p.m.            2301 Union Avenue
Relevant Info: Must sign          Fairfield, CA 94533
up during Emergency               Office: 707.425.2925
Distribution every                Fax: 707.425.6268
Thursday and Friday.              Email:
USDA food available on            feedmysheep@sscmec.org
the 3rd or 4th Monday (9          Website:
AM -12 PM, 1PM -                  www.ststepheneme.org
3PM)of each month
Bring picture I.D., SS                  HOUSING
card, and income
verification for all
members of the                    Vacaville Housing
household.                        Authority
                                  A40 Eldridge Ave.
                                  Vacaville, CA 95688
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Phone: (707) 449-5689         because of severe credit
Fax:      (707) 449-6242      problems, history of
Contact: Sandy Fish -         evictions, lack of
Housing Specialist            affordable housing, first
Services: Housing Choice      time renters and
Voucher Program,              emergency and emergency
Eligibility: Extremely low    disaster victims.
income individuals and
families                      BROOKESIDE
                              SHELTER, 847 C
VALLEJO HOUSING               Brookeside, Richmond
AUTHORITY, 200                94810
Georgia Street                Phone #: (510) 374-7950
Phone: 648-4507               Relevant Info: Homeless
Hours: M - F, 9:00 AM -       shelter for adults and
4:00 PM                       teens.
Relevant Info: Section 8
certification; purchase,      CHRISTIAN HELP
refinance & rehabilitation    CENTER, 2166
loans; non- buyer club        Sacramento Street
classes; paint grants;        Phone: 553-8192
rentals; and more.            Intake Hours: 4:00 PM -
                              7:00 PM or until beds are
     SHELTERS                 full
                              Relevant Info: Working
                              shelter, must be clean and
A PLACE-2-LIVE, INC,          sober, need identification.
301 Georgia St. Ste 221       Open to men, women &
Phone #: 707-553-RENT         children. Provides
(7368)                        clothing, food & shelter.
Relevant Info: A non-         Overnight stay at shelter
profit organization that      must be earned by
serves all communities        working four hours (per
needing our assistance.       day) onsite or at another
We provide residential        job. Maximum stay: 6
service for low to            weeks (can get extension)
moderate-income families
and life skills training      DAUGHTERS IN
helping our clients to        CRISIS & MOTHERS
become self-sufficient        OF LOVE, 713 Marin St.
over time. Our client s are   Suite 204, Vallejo, CA
individuals and families      Phone: 644-3300
who are facing                Fax: 644-3339
homelessness or homeless
20
Hours: Monday,                 Relevant Info: Clean and
Wednesday & Friday             Sober environment for
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM             homeless women with
Tuesday & Thursday by          children, Case Manager/
appointments only Mon,         Shelter Manager on-site.
Wed, Fri, 10 A.M. to 1         We offer independent
P.M., Tue-Thurs.               living in a disciplined/-
appointments only.             structured environment.
Contacts: Regina Porter,       Computer training classes,
Paula Germany                  clothes closet, and
Relevant Info:                 community resources
Transitional living facility   available. Facility is close
for women and children.        to community
Intakes must be scheduled      transportation. Length of
in advance.                    stay- 6 months. Hope
                               Haven’s goal is to assist
HEATHER HOUSE, 315             homeless women towards
Jefferson Street, Fairfield    self-sufficiency. We offer
http://www.heatherhousef       food and all utilities are
airfield.org/                  paid. Client fee is $450
Phone: 427-8566                per month. No deposit fee
Fax: 429-3075                  required.
Intake Hours: M-F, 7:30
AM - 9:30 AM                   HOUSE OF JOY
Relevant Info: 60-day          TRANSITIONAL
shelter for single females,    PROGRAMS, 115 Blue
families, or men with          Bird CT
children. Teaches life         http://www.thehouseofjoyt
skills and parenting           ransitionalprogram.com/
classes. Case manager on       Contact #: 707-554-8800
site. Transitional housing     (phone)
available for single men       Joy Thompson-Executive
and females.                   Director 707-712-0327
                               Tiffany Mays-
HOPE HAVEN                     Program Manager 415-
TRANSITIONAL                   672-1542
SHELTER, 900 Alabama           Relevant Info: The House
Street                         of Joy is a Transitional
Phone: 554-9781                Program serving young
Contact Person: Pastor         adults 18-24 years of
Sharon T. Spencer,             age. HOJ provides a safe
Director                       and secure, drug and
                               alcohol free-living

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environment for 18             people in the community.
months up to 24                Assist with homeless
months. We offer               transitional and permanent
workshops strengthening        housing.
education/employment
goals, life skills, self-
esteem building, and           EMPLOYMENT
community involvement.
We also offer referral         CALWORKs-
assistance to a long list of   TEMPORARY
helping agencies within,       ASSISTANCE FOR
as well as, outside            NEEDY FAMILIES
of Solano County.              (formerly AFDC)
                               Relevant Info: Minimal
MISSION SOLANO,                financial assistance to
740 Travis Street,             needy families until
Fairfield                      they     can become self-
http://www.missionsolano.      supporting. Other
org                            programs available: SKIP,
Phone: 422-1011                Medi-Cal, Black Infant
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00        Health, Alcoholics
AM - 5:00 PM                   Anonymous, Narcotics
Shelter is open 7 days a       Anonymous
week                           Call for more
Relevant Info.: Nomadic        information on
shelter (rotating church       eligibility.
sites each night). Provides
food, clothing, and            Main Office
showers (not a day             355 Tuolumne Street
center). Open to men,          Phone: (800) 400-6001
women, and children.           Recorded Info: 553-5018 )
Must be clean and sober.       Hours of Service: M-F,
                               8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
THE SUCCESS
CENTER, 1055 Azuar             Sattelite Vallejo Office
Drive, Mare Island,            Melvin Thompson Center
Vallejo 94592                  1680 Fairgrounds Dr.
Phone #: 562-5673              Phone: 553-5777
Fax #: 562-5675                Hours of Service: M-F,
Relevant info: A Human         8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Services Agency
providing services for the     Fairfield Office
homeless and the needy

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275 Beck Avenue,
Fairfield                      COMMUNITY
Phone: (800) 400-6001          ACTION COUNCIL
Hours of Service: M-F,         (CAC), 714 Madison St.,
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM              Fairfield, 94533
                               http://www.fairfieldcac.or
CATHOLIC SOCIAL                g
SERVICES, 125                  Phone: 427-1148
Corporate Pl, Suite A          Fax: 427-0468
Phone: 644-8909                Relevant Info: Available
Hours of Operation: M-         by appointment only.
Th, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM         Rental assistance (partial
& 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, F         rent payment only),
9:00 PM - 2:00 PM              emergency food, Food
Relevant Info: Counseling      closet services for the
services; friendship for the   homeless, case
elderly; immigration and,      management. Transitional
help with rentals (only        housing available for
when funding is available,     males and females.
2-week waiting period),
bus passes, emergency          MONEY
food every 3 months            MANAGEMENT
Must have: Social              INTERNATIONAL
Security Cards for all         CONSUMER CREDIT
family members,                COUNSELING
verification of residence,     http://www.moneymanage
(& verfication of income       ment.org
druing holidays)               7677 Oakport St., Suite
                               210, Oakland, CA 94621
CMSP ( County Medical          Phone: (866) 889-9347
Services Program), 201         Relevant Info: Finance
Georgia Street, Vallejo        education, bill
Phone: 1-800-952-5253          consolidation, no fees
(24 Hour Services Line)        charged.
Hours of Service: M-F,         Berkley Office 2140
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM &           Shattuck Ave. Suite 1208
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM             Berkley 94704
Relevant Info: Medical         Concord Office 1070
coverage for Solano            Concord Ave. Suite 105
County residents who are       Concord 94520
not eligible for Medi-Cal
and meet the financial
guidelines.

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FOOD STAMP                   person. 16-24 clients
PROGRAM, 355                 served per day. Number of
Tuolumne Street              lawyers depends on
Phone: (800) 400-6001        availability.
Hours of Operation: Tu-F,
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM            FAMILY LAW
Relevant Info.: Food         FACILITATORS
vouchers to supplement       Fairfield Hall of Justice
low-income households.       600 Union Ave. 2 nd floor
Call for more information    Phone: 432 1899
on eligibility               Hours: M, T, & F 8:15
                             AM – 2:00 PM, Th 1:30
                             PM – 3:00 PM, W. close
GENERAL                      Vallejo: Solano Justice
ASSISTANCE                   Building 321 Tuolumne
PROGRAM, 355                 St.
Tuolumne Street              Phone: 432-1899
Phone: 553-5234              Hours: W. 8:30 AM –
Hours of Operation: M-F,     3:00 PM and Th 8:30 AM
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM            – 12:00 PM
Relevant Info.: Temporary    Relevant Info: Child
financial support for        support cases, Custody
indigent individuals for a   orders, file or complete a
period of three (3) months   divorce, establish
per year.                    guardianship, prepare
* Call for more              restraining orders,
information on eligibility   domestic partner issues
and appointments             and any other family law
                             issues.
LAWYER IN THE
LIBRARY, JFK Library,        LEGAL SERVICES OF
505 Santa Clara Street       NORTHERN
Phone: 553-5568              CALIFORNIA, 1810
Hours of Service: 1st &      Capitol Street
3rd Thursday of the          http://www.lsnc.net
month, 6:00 PM - 8:00        Phone: 643-0054
PM                           Fax: 643-0144
Relevant Info.: Sign-ups     (Only low-income, Solano
will be taken in person      County residents
beginning at 4:00 PM (be     accepted.)
in line before 4). First     Hours of Service: M, T,
come, first served. Time     Th, F, 8:45 AM - 11:45
limit of 20 minutes per

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PM & 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM        * Call for more
(closed Wed.)                 information on eligibility.
Relevant Info.: Eviction
defense; legal education;     NAACP, 301 Georgia
government or health          Street, 3rd Floor
benefits; and, information    Phone: 554-4993
on grandparents’ rights       Hours of Service: M-F,
(over 60) & housing           9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
issues, provides in/out       Relevant Info.: Provides
care for children under age   scholarships and youth
19, prescription benefits,    programs.
dental, vision, & mental
healthcare, $8 - $15 per      SALVATION ARMY,
month for 1st 3 kids.         630 Tuolumne St.
                              Phone: 643-8621
                              Contacts: Capt. Tom &
KAISER CHILD                  Kim Stambaugh
HEALTH PLAN                   Hours of Operation: M-F,
Phone: 1 (800) 255-5053       9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Relevant Info.: For           Relevant Info:
families with children        Emergency Food
under 19 whose income         Available every three
exceeds the eligibility       months Thursday &
requirements for the SKIP     Friday 9:00am to 12:00pm
insurance program.            Clients will be denied if
                              helped in the previous
MEDI-CAL                      three months . Must have
PROGRAM, 201Georgia           California ID, Clients can
St.                           also sign up for USDA
Phone: 553-5019               Food Distribution every
(recorded info.)              3rd or 4th monday of the
Phone: 553-5787               month (bring ID)
(eligibility information)     REACH ( PG& E) every
Hours of Service: M-F,        Monday and Tuesday
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM &          phone call interview only
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM            9:00am to 12:00pm (no
Relevant Info.: Medical       walk-ins accepted) Must
coverage for blind or         have a 15day or 48 hr
disabled individuals;         notice or be 62+,
persons 65 & over; and,       Terminally ill, or be
families with dependent       permanently disabled
children.                     (with documentation),
                              have Picture I.D., Social

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Security Card, or Income       children. California now
verification , Soup            offers complete health
Kitchen lunch on               insurance for children at
Wednesdays 11:30 to            an affordable price.
12:30 throughout the year.     Services include:
Hot food distributed           Physician & hospital
Wednesday 11:30 am -           services; prescription
12:30 pm (No                   services; dental & eye
verification needed)           care; and, immunizations
                               & check-ups.
SOLANO FAMILY &
CHILDREN’S                     VALLEJO
SERVICES, 421                  NEIGHBORHOOD
Executive Ct. North,           HOUSING SERVICE,
Suisun                         610 Lemon St.
Fairifield residents : 863-    http://www.vallejonhs.org
3950                           Phone: 552-4663
Vallejo residents: 642-        Fax: 643-2143
5148                           Hours: M - F, 8:00 AM -
Hours: T, 12:00 PM - 5:00      4:00 PM
PM; M, W, Th, F, 8:30          (Non-Profit home loans
AM - 5:00 PM (Both             for low to moderate
Sites)                         income families)
Relevant Info.: Referrals      * Call for more
to licensed child care         information
homes, centers/preschools
and exempt child care          V.C.O.P. ( Vallejo
providers. Subsidized          Community Outreach
Child Care Programs,           Program), 111 Amador
Child Care Food Program,       Street
Health & Safety                Phone: 649-3419
Workshops, Lending             Relevant Info:
Library and more.              Supplements charitable
                               organizations by helping
SOLANO KIDS                    victims of crime;
INSURANCE                      homeless, stranded and/or
PROGRAM (SKIP)                 hungry individuals;
http://skip.solanocoalition.   needed home repairs for
org/                           the elderly; and, a
Phone: 1 (800) 978-SKIP        children’s bicycle helmet
(7547)                         program. Services can be
Relevant Info: Free or low     accessed through any
cost health insurance for      Vallejo Police Officer.

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      GENERAL                - Th 9AM -    School)
   INFORMATION. &                5PM      Phone: 553-
      REFERRAL                  (Closed 7345 or 553-
                               Fridays)     7346
 GENESIS HOUSE,                            Fax: 553-
1149 Warren Ave                             7347
  Phone: 557-3165 (24-                    Hours: Mon
hour hotline)                             & Fri: by
  Relevant Info: Drug &                  Appt. only,
alcohol treatment facility              Tues. - Wed:
providing information &                  8AM-4PM,
referrals.                              Thurs. 9AM-
                                            6PM
GREATER VALLEJO
FAMILY RESOURCE                  Sereno Village Site
CENTER                         750 Sereno Dr. ( Serving
Relevant Info: Information    Sereno Village residents
and referrals for families         & surrounding
with children 0-18,              Neighborhoods up to
resources for all basic       Marine World Parkway)
needs, parenting,               Phone: (707) 642-6999
employment, and family              or 642-6942
support. Also provides              Fax: 642-6949
parenting education, home        Hours: Mon - Wed:
visitation, and parent        9AM-6PM, Thurs & Fri:
involvement opportunities.          12PM-8PM

 Greater       North         SOLANO FAMILY &
Vallejo Site Vallejo Site    CHILDREN’S
   (Serving    (Serving      SERVICES,
Downtown North Vallejo       421 Executive Ct,
 & Central      up to        Fairfield, 94534
  Vallejo)    American       http://www.solanosfcs.org
  505 Santa Canyon)          /
 Clara St., Loma Vista       Fairfield residents: 863-
 3rd Floor Elementary        3950
    (JFK     School, 146     Vallejo residents: 642-
  Library)     Rainer        5148
    Phone: Avenue, Rm.       Hours: M, W - F 8:30 AM
 648-5230         43         - 5 PM, Tuesdays 12 PM -
  Fax: 648- ( Park Vista     5 PM
    5212     Child Center    Fax #: 863-3975
  Hours: M at Everest        Contact: Kathy Lago

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Relevant Info: Referrals to   REHABILITATION (
licensed child care homes;    SOLANO COUNTY)
centers/preschools and        2750 N. Texas St. Suite
exempt child care             210, Fairfield, CA
providers. Subsidized         Phone: 428-2080
Child Care Programs,          M-F, 8:00 A.M. - 5:00
Child Care Food Program,      P.M.
Health & Safety               Relevant Info: Provides
Workshops, Lending            vocational evaluation,
Library and more.             placement, and other
                              services as necessary to
SOUTHERN SOLANO               enable a disabled
ALCOHOL/DRUG                  individual to return to or
COUNCIL                       obtain employment.
Phone: 643-2715 (24-hour
referral and crisis line)     SOLANO
Fax: 643-8536                 EMPLOYMENT
TTD: 643-0230                 CONNECTION (SEC) ,
Relevant Info: Provides       1440 Marin St.
referrals & information       Phone: 648-4024
regarding detoxification &    Office Hours: M-F, 8:00
recovery services.            A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
                              Computer Lab Hours: M -
ST. VINCENT DE                F 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
PAUL                          Relevant Info: Job
Women’s resource center,      service/unemployment
2823 Sonoma Blvd.             insurance, temporary and
Phone: 556-9846               permanent job referrals,
Hours of operation: M -       priority to veterans.
Th 9 - 12 PM (Call for        Phones are available to
Appointment)                  call potential employers
Relevant Info: Partial        and fax machines can be
assistance with rent,         used to send resumes.
PG&E, Water, etc.             Applicants must come in
                              to file work applications.
                              Assistance available for
 EMPLOYMENT &                 resume preparation.
                              Disability insurance, calls
   TRAINING                   can be made to (800) 843-
                              3287. Must bring ID and
CALIFORNIA                    Social Security Cards.
DEPARTMENT OF                 Special programs for
                              youth.

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                                  Contact Person: Deborah
     SEC/SOLANO                   Daniels-Smith, Executive
    WORKS/READY                   Director
       CENTER                     Relevant Info: Youth
                                  Employment through
                                  Service is a division of the
Vallejo/Benicia
                                  SUCCESS, Inc. of
   READY             Vacaville
                                  Solano County. The
    Center           READY
                                  institute provides teens
Georgia Street        Center
                                  with the opportunity to
     Plaza             1707
                                  build workplace
 301 Georgia         California
                                  competency
 Street, Suite.        Drive
                                  skills through the
     #310            Phone #:
                                  performance of service to
 Phone: 643-         448-0748
                                  the Vallejo community
     8156              Fax#:
                                  during the summer.
 Fax #: 645-         455-1317
     0862
                                  WORKFORCE
                                  INVESTMENT BOARD
275 Beck Ave
                       Maria      (WIB),
   Fairfield
                      Becerra-    Vallejo - 1440 Marin St.
   READY                          (707) 649-3604
                     Hernandez
    Center                        Fairfield: 320 Campus
                     Transition
  2460 Clay
                      Services    Lane (707) 864-33 fax:
 Bank Road,
                      Program     (707) 864-3386
   Bldg. #8
                      Manager     M-F, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Phone #: 399-                     Relevant Info:
                      Phone #:
 4850 Fax #:                      Orientation; computer lab
                     399-4851
  421-6584
                                  & training; job training &
                                  placement (if you meet the
VALLEJO Y.E.S.                    qualifications);
INSTITUTE,                        employability workshops;
Dixon - 1140 Pitt School          resume & interview
Rd. Suite B., , CA 95620          workshops; and, job
(707) 864-7259                    development &
Fairfield: Solano                 assessment. Free services
Community College                 include: Faxing resumes
Office: 320 Campus Lane           and cover letters to
(707) 864-7259                    potential employers;
FIX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!    publishing resumes on the
!!!!!!!!!!!!                      Internet; and more.
Main Office: 693-2004


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THE SUCCESS                      Fax:      (707) 552-9467
CENTER, 1055 Azuar               Contact: Jamie Johnson, -
Drive, Mare Island,              Supportive Employment
Vallejo 94592                    Manager
Phone #: 562-5673                Services: Job
Fax #: 562-5675                  development, Job
Relevant info: Provides          placement, Job coaching
basic life skill training, job   Assistance with mobility
development, employment          support and special job
assistance, resume               Modifications, Assistance
writing/interviewing             with Social Security, SSI,
coaching, Clothes Closet         Medicare, and Medi-Cal
for Success, and The             benefits
Success Salon.                   Eligibility: Department of
                                 Rehabilitation eligible or
Good Will Industries             Regional
180 Grobic Court                 Center client
Peggy Bowers - Programs
Services Coordinator             Vacaville Adult School
Fairfield, CA 94534              100 McClellan Street,
Phone: (707) 864-5440            Suite A
x213                             Vacaville, CA 95688
Fax:      (707) 864-5444         Phone: (707) 453-6018
Career counseling, Jobs          ext. 102
search assistance,               Fax:      (707) 453-6959
Classroom training, Paid         Contact: Taffy della
on-the-job training, Work        Cioppa - Principal
experience Job retention         Services: High school
assistance, Summer jobs          diploma & academic
for youth, Eligibility:          classes
General public with: o           Vocational education,
Erratic work history or No       English as a second
employment for over 6            language
months or Never                  GED preparation &
worked/Never worked in           testing, Computer
USA.                             technology classes
                                  Basic education,
Solano Diversivied               Community based English
Services                         tutoring & family
1761 Broadway Street,            Literacy, Adults with
Suite 250                        disabilities WorkAbility I.
Vallejo, CA 94589
Phone: (707) 310-6198

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FAIRFIELD-SUISUN             advocacy, Peer support,
UNIFIED                      Personal assistance
SCHOOL DISTRICT              services, Independent
Marie Lane                   living skills, Employment
2490 Hilborn Road            services, Information &
Fairfield, CA 94534          referral services, Youth
Tel: (707) 589.4523          services,
N3f~3a5'i                    Eligibility: Persons with
Fax: (707) 399-5153          physical, sensory, mental,
mariel@fsusd.k12.ca.us       cognitive,
Dee Alarcon                  or developmental
Superintendent of Schools    disabilities.
www.solanocoe.net

Benicia High School and
Liberty High School
GRACIA HEITZMANN
I'ocational Specialist
t 101 Military West
Benicia, CA 945 10
(707) 748-2880               EDUCATION
(707) 745-6769 (fax)
gheitznuannbeniciaiunifie    Solano County Office of
d. org                       Education
Eligibility: 18 and older    2460 Clay Bank Road
                             Fairfield, CA 94533
                             Phone: (707) 399-4810
HANDICAPPED                  Fax:      (707) 429-1360
                             Contact: Ramona Berardi
SERVICES                     - Vocational Specialist
                             Services: Regional
Independent Living           Occupational Program
Resource                     offers career technical
1545 Webster Street, Suite   classes: Healthcare
C                            Administrative Specialist,
Fairfield, CA 94533          • Medical Assisting, Para-
 (707) 435-8174              educator/Instructional
(707) 435-8177               Assistant, Medical
(707) 435-8174               Laboratory
Claude Battaglia -           Assisting/Certified
Program Director             Phlebotomy Technician,
  Services: Benefits,        Apprenticeship:
systems, housing             Introduction To

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Construction Trades,         THE CONNECTION
Welding,                     BETWEEN ANIMAL
Eligibility: High school     ABUSE AND
students 16+ • Out of        DOMESTIC
school youth                 VIOLENCE
Adults, Some courses         HUMANE ANIMAL
require background checks    SERVICES
& drug testing, Costs:       (707) 449-1700, Vacaville
Minimal for registration
and supplies.                Police Department
                             Phone Numbers
                             Dixon Police Department
                             (707) 678-7080

Vallejo Adult School
40 Eldridge Ave.
Vacaville, CA 95688
Phone: (707) 449-5689        Fairfield Police
Fax:      (707) 449-6242     Department (707) 428-
Contact: Sandy Fish -        7300
Housing Specialist           Rio Vista Police
Services: Housing Choice     Department (707) 374-
Voucher Program              2300
Eligibility: Extremely low    Suisun City Police
income individuals and       Department (707) 421-
families.                    7373
                             Vacaville Police
County of Education          Department (707) 449-
Alicia Miller -Transition    5200
Specialist
Golden Hills Education       Napa Emergency
Center                       Women's Services
2460 Clay Bank Road          (707) 252-3687 Fax;
Fairfield, CA 94533          (707) 224-1560
          Bus (707) 399-     Services: Violence
4826      Reception: (707)   prevention through
399-4830                     education, shelter,
          Fax (707) 421-     counseling, support
6567                         groups and advocacy.

VICTIMS OF
VIOLENCE                     24 HOUR
                             DOMESTICVIOLENCE

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CRISIS LINE                 you have a need for
(707) 255- NEWS (6397)      anonymity, you may
Safe Quest
                            want to discuss it
Phone: (707) 422-7345       further with your
Fax: (707) 422-7276         internet service
1 (866) 4UR-SAFE            provider.
487-7233
 Services: Violence
prevention through          For safety reasons,
education, shelter,         currently electronic
counseling support groups   Alateen meetings are
and advocacy.               not permitted.

                            ELECTRONIC
Electronic meetings,        MEETINGS
like all Al-Anon            Following are the
meetings, agree to          electronic meetings
abide by the spirit of      that are registered at
the Twelve                  the World Service
Traditions. Each Al-        Office (WSO). The
Anon member is              WSO registers
responsible for             meetings at their
keeping the                 request, confident that
electronic meeting          they will abide by Al-
focused on Al-Anon          Anon Traditions and
recovery and                that their meetings
discussion of Al-           will be open to any
Anon related topics.        Al-Anon member.
Al-Anon will always         Registering, however,
be what we—its              does not constitute
members—make it.            approval of any
                            meeting's manner of
Confidentiality of          practicing the Al-
sharings may be             Anon program. For
more difficult to           information on how to
maintain for some           access the meeting,
Internet services. If       please get in touch

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with the electronic       MEETING |
meeting contact, Web
site url, or e-mail        BULLETIN
provided.                   BOARD
                          MEETINGS |
^ = Meetings that
have permission           TELEPHONE
from the WSO to            MEETINGS
quote Conference
Approved Literature
on-line
                          E-MAIL MEETINGS
** = Closed meetings      English | Estonian | French | Germ
are for all Al-Anon
                          ENGLISH
members and
potential members;
anyone whose              A SERENITY PLACE** ^
                          www.asp-afg.org
personal life is or has
                          WSO ID 0062413
been affected by close
contact with a
problem drinker           A TOUCH OF SERENITY AFG M
                          touchofserenity@hotmail.com
                          WSO ID 0065184
* = Open meetings
may be attended by
anyone interested in      AL-ANON 12 STEPS **
                          alanonstep@groups.aol.com
Al-Anon
                          WSO ID 00501683

                          AL-ANON ADULT CHILDREN IN
   E-MAIL                 al-anonadultchildreninrecovery@grou
MEETINGS |                http://groups.msn.com/Al-AnonAdult
    CHAT                  WSO ID 00500754
MEETINGS |                ALANONCHATTERS AFG MEET
 VOICE VIA                afg-alanonchatters@yahoogroups.com
 INTERNET                 www.groups.yahoo.com/group/afg-al

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Wed, 10:00 pm & Fri 7:00 pm Eastern
WSO ID 00060509
                             FRENCH
AL-ANON NOW *
alanonnow@yahoogroups.com    CLARTÉ MEETING **
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Alanonnow
                             clarte@yahoogroupes.fr
WSO ID 00501206              http://fr.groups.yahoo.com/group/clar
                             WSO ID 30501646
AWAKENINGS ON-LINE AFG MEETING^ **
AwakeningsTS@yahoogroups.com COURAGE GFA MEETING^ **
http://www.ola-is.org/groups/awake
                             www.fr.groups.yahoo.com/group/cou
WSO ID 0061428               courage-gfa@yahoogroups.com
                             WSO ID 00063940
COURAGE TO CHANGE AFG MEETING * ^
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/couragetochange^
                             ESPOIR-AEA-GFA **
WSO ID 30514545              Espoir-AEA-gfa@yahoogroupes.fr
                             http://fr.groups.yahoo.com/group/espo
CYBERSERENITY ^ ** WSO ID 0504108
cafg-owner@yahoogroups.com
http://www.ola-is.org/groups/cafg
WSO ID 00060025

EXPERIENCE, STRENGTH AND HOPE ^ **
ESH-Subscribe@yahoogroups.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ESH
WSO ID 00062726
                                  E-MAIL MEETIN
ESTONIAN

AL-ANON EESTI *
Alanon_eesti@yahoo.com
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Alanon_Eesti/
WSO ID 00500848



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                             THURSDAY 11:00 AM GMT
                             thereisawayafg@gmail.com
CHAT MEETINGS                WSO ID 30514541
English | French | Spanish

                             BULLETIN BOARD MEETINGS
ENGLISH                      ENGLISH

AL-ANON FAMILY ONLINE **   HILLTOPPERS AFG MEETING ^
http://www.hometown.aol.com/afoalanongroup
                           www.hilltoppers-afg.org
alpalkaren@aol.com         WSO ID 00501017
WSO ID 0060211
                           ONE DAY AT A TIME AFG MEET
BUT ONE PURPOSE ONLINE MEETING * ^
                           http://groups.msn.com/onedayatatime
http://www.but1purpose.org onedayatatimeinalanon@groups.msn.
info@but1purpose.org       WSO ID 00501950
WSO ID 00503788
                           CHICAGO AL-ANON
                           http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group
                           WSO ID 64566
FRENCH

ESPERANCE-EN-AL-ANON *^
http://esperance.alanon.free.fr
esperancealanaon@free.fr
                                TELEPHONE MEETINGS
WSO ID 501075
                                ENGLISH

                    ARISE & SHINE STEP MEETING
                    SUNDAY, 8:00 AM EASTERN
                    (712) 432-8733
                    ACCESS CODE 52639#
VOICE VIA INTERNET MEETING
                    WSO ID 00504113
ENGLISH
                    PATHS TO RECOVERY AFG ME
WHERE THERE IS A WILL THERE IS A WAY AFG *

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SUNDAY, 11:00 AM EASTERN
(712) 432-8733
ACCESS CODE 52639#
WSO ID 00503911

STEPS & TRADITIONS MEETING **
SUNDAY, 8:00 PM EASTERN
(712) 432-8733
ACCESS CODE 52639#
WSO ID 30505252

TOPICS FOR RECOVERY MEETING **
MONDAY, 12:OO NOON EASTERN
(712) 432-8733       This word document was
ACCESS CODE 52639#       downloaded from
WSO ID 00504067      http://www.worddocx.co
                                 m/
                       please remain this link
SURVIVORS IN RECOVERY MEETING *
MONDAY, 8:00 PM EASTERNinformation when you
                      reproduce , copy, or use
(712) 432-8733
                                 it.
ACCESS CODE 52639#
                              <a
WSO ID 30508234
                       href='http://w
                       ww.wordwendang
AFG 12 & 12 MEETING **
                        .com/en'>word
TUESDAY, 12:00 NOON EASTERN
                        documents</a>
(712) 432-8733
ACCESS CODE 52639#
WSO ID 00503921

LIVE AND LET LIVE MEETING **
TUESDAY, 8:00 PM EASTERN
(712) 432-8733
ACCESS CODE 52639#
WSO ID 30510645



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