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Educational Programs
Educational Programs provide students with the skills they need to live successful lives. Our robust programs include early childhood development, classroom consultations in partnership with school districts, adult continuing education programs and parent workshops.
Support Services

Support Services offer various programs to address social determinants of health, including housing and employment coaching and placement, among other critically needed services.

Foster Care and Adoption Services returned to the Fairfield office in the form of Therapeutic Foster Care. The team is actively recruiting resource parents – often referred to as foster parents – to partner with our agency as caregivers for youth and young adults in Solano County.

What is Therapeutic Foster Care?

Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC) is a short-term, intensive, trauma-informed rehabilitative service for youth and young adults up to age 21 with complex emotional and behavioral needs. The TFC model is intended for youth and young adults who require intensive and frequent mental health support in a one-on-one environment due to past trauma or abuse. This one-on-one care is provided by a resource parent and requires a specific approach to ensure success. TFC often includes 24/7 care, a supportive and structured home life, and long-term services to succeed in school, at home and in the community.

TFC is a home-based alternative to high-level care in institutional settings, such as group homes or in-patient facilities, as providers continue to move towards home-based care for most, if not all, forms of foster care. TFC resource parents are trained and provide treatment to the youth or young adult in coordination with their Child and Family Team (CFT). Resource parents record daily Medi-Cal notes to chart the treatment and receive a higher stipend than traditional foster care.

How to Get Involved

You can help the team spread the word and recruit potential resource parents. Share this post to your social networks, like and comment on the Pacific Clinics’ social media posts about Solano TFC and talk to friends and family about foster care. If you or someone you know might be interested in becoming a resource parent in any of our Northern California regions, start an application through our resource family portal.

If you have questions about Therapeutic Foster Care, other Solano County programs or the programs that make up Foster Care and Adoption Services, contact either Clinical Associate Director Antoinette Harris or Resource Family Recruiter Diane Partida to learn more.

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