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Child Support Workshops
The Solano County DCSS would like to invite you to join us for our in-house workshops. The workshops are FREE and there are four different topics to choose from. The workshops last approximately 2 hours, which includes a 45 minute presentation, and a 1 hour and 15 minute question and answer session as needed. Please plan on arriving 15 minutes early to allow for parking and registration in our main lobby. Participants will be escorted to the workshop meeting room. Please note there are no restroom facilities in the meeting room, however a restroom is available in our main lobby. Please note that space is limited, so we are asking you NOT to bring any guests unless they are also registered for the workshop.
Workshop Location: 435 Executive Court North
Fairfield, CA 94534
Workshop Times: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
*There are currently no workshops scheduled
How To Register:
Register for these FREE workshops in 1 of 3 easy ways. You will receive a reminder courtesy call the week of the workshop.
- Register online. Click on the link to send us an email. Please include your name, phone number and the name/date of the workshop in the email.
- Call (707) 784-3640. Please include your name, phone number and the name/date of the workshop in the message.
- Click on the link below for the appropriate flyer, complete the bottom portion and return it by mail to Solano DCSS, 435 Executive Ct North, Fairfield, CA 94534.
Review & Adjustment Workshop Flyer COAP Workshop Flyer
Outreach Informs Prisoners About Child Support
Solano DCSS continues its program to educte and assist inmates at the California State Prison - Solano on how they can request a modification of their child support order while incarcerated. Through collaboration with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, in 2009, child support staff met with more than 200 inmates monthly at the prison to address their change in circumstances early on, thereby reducing obstacles to a successful re-entry after release from prison.