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Solano County Coronavirus Information & Resources

COVID-19 Information  

Solano Coronavirus Warmline | Mon-Fri: (707) 784-8988

Information line about local COVID-19 resources, questions and concerns

Email: COVID19@SolanoCounty.com

Website: solanocounty.com/covid19

 

Statewide COVID-19 Call Center | (833) 422-4255

General information line about state COVID-19 resources

Website: www.covid19.ca.gov

COVID-19 Testing Sites  

COVID-19 testing by appointment in Solano County and neighboring counties for those with or without COVID-19 symptoms. Results are available within 2-5 days. Register for an appointment online or call over the phone for those without internet access.
Website: LHI.Care/covidtesting
Phone: (888) 634-1123

Senior Resources  

Resource Guide for Seniors and Older Adults

 

Older Adult Resource Phone Line

This phone line provides information on caring for older adults, elderly neighbors, and those with disabilities in Solano County during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call and get information on how you can get help with caring for a loved one.

To get resources, call: 707-784-1607 (M-F, 8:30am-4pm)

 

Adult Protective Services

APS investigates reports on abuse of seniors and dependent adults with disabilities who live in private homes, apartments or hospitals.

To report abuse, call: 707-784-8259 or 800-850-0012

Local Food Access  

Solano County Office of Education: School Meal Sites

Google Map of school meal sites offered throughout the County

 

Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano: Find Food in My City

 

Food Bank Sites by City: https://bit.ly/2K0mQFl

This map will show you the site locations, phone numbers, & program-specific details. Plus, the map can give you directions instantly.

 

List of ‘Senior Hours’ for Grocery Stores

Stores providing special hours for seniors and those at risk for severe COVID-19 health outcomes.

 

Meals on Wheels Solano County

Meal deliveries and pick-up meals for seniors ages 60 and older.

Extending their services to home delivery for seniors who drive but are sheltering in place, including seniors who normally attend a senior center for lunch. 

Phone: (707) 425-0638

 

Salvation Army Center Emergency Food Distribution

Vallejo: 630 Tuolumne St, Mon-Tues 9am-12pm and Thurs 9am-12pm, 1pm-3pm

Fairfield: 1216 Missouri St, Mon-Wed 9am-12pm

 

Community Action North Bay (CANB)

Food distribution (Boxed Essentials, Hot/Cold Meals, etc.). Bags of food for those who can cook/cannot cook. Delivery Method: (pickup/deliver, etc.).

Phone: (707) 427-1148

Days of Distribution: M-F

Hours of Distribution: 10 am to 2 pm. Drive up or walk up.

Location: 416 Union Ave., Fairfield, CA

 

CalFresh

CalFresh is for people with low-income who meet federal income eligibility rules and want to add to their budget to put food on the table. To apply, call the office or go to MyBenefitsCalWIN.org

Phone: (707) 553-5000

Staying Connected  

COVID-19 Older Adult Resource Phone Line

Provides information on caring for older adults and elderly neighbors and those with disabilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Phone: (707) 784-1607

Basic Needs and Rental Assistance  

Housing: Resource Connect Solano | (707) 652-7311

Assistance in finding housing and shelter throughout Solano County.  

 

Transportation: Solano Mobility Call Center | (800) 535-6883

Assistance in finding out about transportation options over the phone.

Website: www.solanomobility.org

 

COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program

Provides one-time cash assistance to low-income households residing in Solano County who have lost their jobs or had wages reduced due to COVID-19. Application period is from Sept 21-Oct 12.

Website: https://www.ccyoso.org/covid-rap

Childcare, Pregnancy and Family Support  

Solano Family & Children’s Services | (707) 863-3950, Ext 709

Information about childcare resources as well as paying for childcare

Complete a child care request form ANYTIME at:

https://www.solanofamily.org/child-care-referrals/

 

Emergency Childcare Funding | (707) 864-4658

Information about emergency child care funding for families needing services due to the COVID-19 pandemic and being classified as essential workers. These funds are only for parents or caretakers who are classified as essential workers and currently need child care in order to perform their job. Income eligibility guidelines are looser than usual for these temporary services, which are only available until June 30, 2020.

Email: wpadilla@solanofamily.org

 

Maternal Child & Adolescent Health Line | (877) 680-2229 (BABY)

Information about local programs that support pregnant moms and new parents.

 

Help Me Grow Solano | (844) 501-5437 (KIDS)

Information and referral system about resources available for children 0-5 years old.

 

Child Support Assistance | (866) 901-3212 | Text (707) 241-4201

Information regarding child support questions and concerns.

 

Poison Control | (800) 222-1222

Contact Poison Control right away if you suspect poisoning in a family member.

 

Vallejo First 5 Center | (707) 784-1232

Free activity bags for children on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call ahead for pickup.

Job-Seekers and Small Businesses  

Solano Employment Connection | (707) 863-3500           

Resources for job-seekers and assistance in applying for unemployment insurance.

Website: https://solanoemployment.org/

 

Franchise Tax Board: Tax File & Pay Assistance (Extended to July 15, 2020)

 

Employment Development Department: Resources for Workers

Labor & Workforce Development Agency: COVID-19 Benefits for Workers Summary Chart
Solano County Workforce Development Board: Information & Resources for Workers 

Solano County Workforce Development Board: Workers Affected by the COVID-19 Layoff

 

Solano Small Businesses Development Center | (707) 646-1071

Resources for small businesses, including loan applications and other business questions

Solano County Small Business Development Center: Local Resources for Small Businesses

Immigrant Communities  

Family Resource Centers (FRC)  

Assistance with basic needs, rent and utilities, and linkage to community resources. Most services are provided remotely until restrictions are lifted. Coordination is done through

Anna Kyle Elementary - (707) 421-3224

Benicia FRC - (707) 746-4352

Cleo Gordon - (707) 421-3961

Dixon Family Services - (707) 678-4014

Rio Vista CARE FRC - (707) 374-5243

Suisun Elementary - (707) 421-4398

Vacaville First FRC - (707) 469-6608

Vallejo FRC - (707) 648-5230

Public Benefit Programs  

H&SS Employment & Eligibility | (707) 553-5000

Get health coverage, food and cash assistance (Medi-Cal, CalFresh and CalWORKs).

Website: MyBenefitsCalWIN.org

 

Covered California | (800) 300-1506

California’s health insurance marketplace where families can apply for health insurance.

 

Women, Infants & Children (WIC) | (707) 553-5381

Provides food for low-income women who are pregnant or have children under 5 years old.

All WIC services are being conducted by phone, such as enrollments, benefit issuance, education and community referrals. Women in need of breast pumps can call their WIC clinic and for pick up.

Dixon - (707) 678-0717

Fairfield - (707) 784-2200

Vacaville - (707) 469-4555

Vallejo - (707) 553-5381

Abuse and Violence  

Child Welfare Services | (800) 544-8696

24-hour hotline to report incidents of abuse or neglect.

 

Domestic Violence Hotline | (800)-799-7233 (SAFE)

Helps victims and survivors of domestic violence.

 

Solano Family Justice Center | (707) 784-7635 or After Hours Crisis Line: (707) 820-7288

Provides services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and elder abuse.

 

SafeQuest Solano | (707) 422-7345 or 24/7 Crisis Line: (866) 487-7233

Provides prevention education, advocacy and intervention services to those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.

Mental Health  

Solano County Behavioral Health COVID-19 Warmline | (707) 784-8539

This line is for anyone experiencing stress, anxiety and/or feelings of depression, while dealing with the disruptions due to COVID-19. A therapist is ready to listen and offer support and referrals.

 

Solano County Behavioral Health Services | (800) 547-0495

Local access line for mental and behavioral health services. 

 

SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline | (800) 985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746

24/7 365-day-a-year crisis counseling to people experiencing emotional distress.

 

Peer-Run Warmline | (855) 845-7415

Provides peer-run non-emergency emotional support.

 

Crisis Text Line | Text HOME to 741741

Provides free and confidential emotional support to people in emotional distress.

 

NAMI Virtual Connection Group

Provides a free and confidential virtual support group for adults living with mental health challenges

Phone:  (917) 224-6594, Conference Code 925065

Hours: Mondays at 10am-11am

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | (800) 273-8255

Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress.

Website: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

Resources by City  

City of Benicia

Community Services Phone Line | (707) 746-4285

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 745-3411

Website: https://www.ci.benicia.ca.us/coronavirus

 

City of Dixon

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 678-7080

Website: https://www.ci.dixon.ca.us/

 

City of Fairfield

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 428-7300

Website: https://www.fairfield.ca.gov/covid

 

City of Rio Vista

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 324-3200

Website: https://www.riovistacity.com/covid-19-information-link/

 

City of Suisun

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 421-7373

Website: https://www.suisun.com/coronavirus/

 

City of Vacaville

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 449-5200

Website: https://www.ci.vacaville.ca.us/

 

City of Vallejo

Non-Emergency Line: (707) 648-8605 | Email: COVID19@cityofvallejo.net

Website: https://cityofvallejo.net/ncov