The following partners are on-site in our office at 604 Empire Street, Fairfield, California, 94533. All services are free of charge.
New in January 2023: Empowered Aging, a multi-service agency serving seniors and adults with disabilities in Contra Costa and Solano counties, will provide Elder Justice Advocate services on-site to SFJC clients. | Empowered Aging (707) 644-4194
John F. Kennedy School of Psychology Community-Based Counseling Program
JFK School of Psychology clinical students provide 5 – 8 sessions of counseling to SFJC clients. | JFK School of Psychology & Social Sciences at NU
North Bay Medicare Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP)
North Bay HICAP provides health insurance counseling that is free, accurate and objective and includes Medicare information, advocacy and technical assistance to beneficiaries. For an appointment, please visit the HICAP website, or call 800-434-0222.
Solano County Health and Social Services Department: Employment and Eligibility Division
The Health and Social Services Department provides services to safeguard the physical, emotional, and social well being of the people of Solano County. A Public Benefits Worker will help clients determine eligibility and apply for benefits such as CalWORKS (cash and supportive services for families with dependent children), Refugee Cash Assistance, CalFresh, and Medi-Cal health coverage. | Health & Social Services Employment & Eligibility Division
Solano County Family Stabilization and Housing Program
The Housing Department provides information and connections to housing-related resources including mortgage relief, eviction protections, and rental subsidies including Section 8 vouchers. A Housing Support Services Worker will help clients determine eligibility and apply for housing assistance. | Solano County Housing Programs and Resources
Solano County District Attorney Victim Witness Program
Victim Witness Advocates from the Solano County District Attorney’s Crime Victim Witness Program provide crisis counseling, orientation to the criminal justice system, community referrals, and help with applying for Victim Compensation Board funds. | Crime Victim Assistance Program
Victims Empowerment Support Team (VEST)
VEST’s goal is to inspire every life of those it serves – women, men, teens, and children – who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We do this through empowerment and support services, including help with applying for restraining orders and Victim Compensation Board funds, court accompaniment, peer counseling, employment services, and support groups for both survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence. VEST also trains domestic violence counselors and conducts outreach workshops in middle and high schools. VEST is dedicated to addressing community problems by conveying mobilizing partnership within Solano County and surrounding cities. VEST was recently featured on A&E. | Victims Empowerment Support Team