2016-2018 Program Investment Plan

Strategic Plan Priority 1:
Health and Well-Being

Health Access/Children’s Health Initiative

Solano Coalition for Better Health

Up to $156,000 annually for health insurance screening and connection to health insurance for children 0-5 and pregnant mothers.

 

Partnership for Early Access for Kids (PEAK)

Uplift Family Services

Up to $125,000 annually to provide developmental screenings and parent and provider trainings.

Solano Family And Children's Services

Up to $175,000 annually to implement Help Me Grow Solano, a national program to connect young children to needed services through outreach and a call center as well as provide parent and provider trainings around early childhood development and mental health screenings.

Child Haven

Up to $177,196 annually to provide developmental screenings, short term mental health treatment, interdisciplinary care teams and parent education to incarcerated families.

Solano County Health and Social Services

Up to $300,000 annually to provide Mental Health assessment and treatment services through Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) for Medi-Cal eligible children.

 

 

Strategic Plan Priority 2:
Early Childhood Learning and Development

 

Pre-Kindergarten Academies

Vallejo City Unified School District

Up to $20,000 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Vallejo.

Vacaville Unified School District

Up to $20,000 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Vacaville.

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

Up to $69,993 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Fairfield-Suisun.

Dixon Unified School District

Up to $16,009 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Dixon.

Travis Unified School District    

Up to $40,000 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Fairfield-Suisun and Vacaville.

Benicia Unified School District

Up to $10,000 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Benicia.

River Delta Unified School District

Up to $10,000 annually to provide Pre-Kindergarten Academy services in Rio Vista.

 

Quality Child Care Improvement Initiative

Child Start, Inc.

Up to $144,000 annually to provide wrap-around care for children in Head Start. In addition, provide rent for the early care and education space at 275 Beck Ave, Fairfield.

Solano County Office of Education

Up to $257,518 annually to implement a quality rating & improvement system for early care and education sites.

Strategic Plan Priority 3:
Family Support and Parent Education

Family Support Initiative

Solano County Health & Social Services

Up to $187,956 annually to provide family strengthening services to improve family stability and reduce child abuse and neglect by providing social work and public health nurse multi-disciplinary teams.

City of Benicia Police Department

Up to $57,768 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Benicia Family Resource Center.

Dixon Family Services

Up to $63,140 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Dixon Family Resource Center.

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

Up to $189,521 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Fairfield-Suisun Family Resource Centers.

Fighting Back Partnership

Up to $211,302 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Vallejo Family Resource Centers.

Rio Vista CARE

Up to $53,931 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Rio Vista Family Resource Center.

City of Vacaville Police Department

Up to $96,139 annually to provide family strengthening services including case management, basic needs support, financial literacy and parenting classes through the Vacaville Family Resource Center.