Substance Abuse Services


Mission Statement

Solano County Substance Abuse Services is dedicated to providing a continuum of care that benefits the clients and providers.  Utilizing a combined administrative, clinical, and preventive services approach, we deliver coordinated services to the diverse populations of Solano County who are impacted by alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD), and related issues such as domestic violence.



About the Program

Substance Abuse Services is a voluntary program that provides a range of treatment and recovery services for alcoholism and other drug addictions for adults who are residents of Solano County. Through community and county-based programs, we serve approximately 4,000 persons per year.

We accept referrals for:

Proposition 36 (state law that allows qualifying defendants convicted of non-violent drug possession offenses to receive a probationary sentence in lieu of incarceration) Must be court-ordered and referred.

Adult Drug Court (provides an alternative to traditional criminal justice prosecution for non violent drug-related offenses) Must be court-ordered and referred.

Assembly Bill 109, Post-Release Community Supervision (provides supervision for qualifying felons realigned from State to County for non-serious, non-violent, non-sex-related crimes) Must be referred by the Solano County Probation Department. 

We accept referrals from:

  • Solano County Probation
  • Solano County Mental Health Services
  • Solano County Child Welfare Services
  • Solano County Employment and Eligibility Services    
  • Solano County Family Health Services
  • Solano County Older and Disabled Adult Services
  • The Courts
  • Hospitals
  • Attorneys
  • Self-Referrals  

  • Programs within Substance Abuse:

    Behavioral Health Assessment Team (BHAT) - assesses and refers adults to outpatient and inpatient programs Pregnant women receive priority for all treatment services.

    Successful Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Treatment (SMART) - provides counseling for mental health such as stress, anger, and grief management; parenting issues; domestic violence/abuse; individual, group, couples, and family counseling; assesses and refers adults to outpatient and inpatient programs for alcohol and other drugs addiction Must be receiving CalWORKs in Solano County to qualify.




    Services Provided

    Services

    Who to Contact 

    Alcohol and Drug Detoxification Southern Solano Alcohol Council Detox
    419 Pennsylvania St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    (707) 643-2715

    Adult Outpatient Treatment Solano County Substance Abuse Services
    (707) 784-2220 or (844) 784-2220

    Adult Inpatient Treatment Solano County Substance Abuse Services
    (707) 784-2220 or (844) 784-2220

    Adolescent Outpatient Treatment

    Healthy Partnerships
    1735 Enterprise Dr., Suite A, Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 425-1799 

    Rio Vista CARE
    125 Sacramento St. Rio Vista, CA 94571
    (707) 374-5243
        
        

    Driving Under the Influence (DUI)         A.K. Bean Foundation    

    Fairfield
    623 Great Jones St. Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 429-8888

    Vacaville
    600 Nut Tree Road Vacaville, CA 95687
    (707) 451-9703

    Vallejo
    2100 Sacramento St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    (707) 642-8947

    Drug Diversion/
    Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ)/                     
    PC1000     
    A.K. Bean Foundation

    Fairfield
    623 Great Jones St. Fairfield, CA 94533
    (707) 429-8888

    Vacaville
    600 Nut Tree Road Vacaville, CA 95687
    (707) 451-9703

    Vallejo
    2100 Sacramento St. Vallejo, CA 94590
    (707) 642-8947

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