Helping children and families lead healthy lives at home and in the community.
Solano County Outpatient is a mental health program that provides help to families with children, youth and adults (6-21) who are struggling at home, school or in the community. Services are available throughout Solano County.
Outpatient counseling helps children and their families alleviate suffering, recover from trauma, restore and maintain a healthy level of day-to-day functioning, and work toward optimal growth and development at home and in the community.
Through a thoughtful planning process, a counselor will work in partnership with the family to create a plan to meet their goals for emotional health. Each plan is unique and is built upon the family’s strengths, values and cultures. Community resources will be gathered to help meet the identified needs.
Outpatient counseling services are collaboratively developed, family- centered, strength-based and needs-driven. We provide services that are centered on the individual family’s voice, choice and culture.
Our services are developmentally/age appropriate, short-term and targeted, and are provided in collaboration with community and natural supports.
A plan may include the following services on an as-needed basis:
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Social skill development
- Help finding community resources
- Psychiatric medication management
- Case management
- Crisis intervention
- Treatment for children and families affected by child sexual abuse
- Risk assessment and management
Referrals are made to Solano County Family and Children’s Services from the County Department of Social Services, County Department of Family and Children Services, County Department of Mental Health, Juvenile and Adult Probation Departments, school systems, private therapists, or other programs within Pacific Clinics, as well as from the families themselves.
To make a referral, contact the Solano County ACCESS line at (800) 547-0495. Outpatient treatment serves Medi-Cal eligible children, youth and adults ages 6 to 21, and their families.
How to get help or make a referral
Contact the Solano County Access Line at 1-800-547-0495
Contact Info for questions about this program
2420 Martin Road, Suite 200 Fairfield, CA 94534
Phone (707) 399-4520