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Solano County Transition Resources: Education or Training

SCOE (Solano County Office of Education) – Transitional Program
https://www.solanocoe.net/
Serves 18-22 year old students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism who have received a Certificate of Completion from high school and have significant needs for support as they transition to adulthood. Program components: Workability I program is an integral part of the Adult Transition Program. The funds from this program provide job placements, job coaching, and ongoing support for the adult students who work at local businesses.

Solano Community College / DSP – Disability Service Program
http://www.solano.edu/
(707) 864-7000
Empower students with disabilities for success by providing services to minimize the limiting effects of a disability, advocating for the needs and rights of students with disabilities, and creating a “level-playing field” in the classroom.

Spectrum Center
https://www.spectrumschools.com/
(510) 741-5440
Offers a comprehensive educational program for school-age students with autism, emotional/behavioral disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and other disabilities which require focused academic, behavioral, communication, and therapeutic services. 

Vacaville Adult School Regional Education Center
http://www.adulted.vsud.ca.schoolloop.com
(707) 556-8850
Works in collaboration with the PACE/Solano Program to educate individuals with developmental disabilities.

Solano County Transition Resources: Supported Living

Bayberry House (Napa, Solano, Sonoma Counties)
https://www.Bayberryinc.org
(707) 252-6845
Bayberry provides Supported Living Services (SLS) and other residential supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Lake, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. These services take place in the individuals’ home.

North Bay Regional Center (NBRC)
https://www.nbrc.net
(707) 569-2000
Serves individuals with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and other disabling conditions requiring services similar to individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities. Assists eligible individuals in Solano County to obtain the services and supports needed to live as others do in the community.

Wellness Supported Living Services
http://www.wellness-sls.com
Promotes wellness of individual with disabilities to remain independent in their home through offering well-trained dedicated and experience staff. Partners with NBRC( North Bay Regional Center).

Center for Independent Living – Napa
http://mydslc.org/
California’s 28 Centers for Independent Living (CIL/ILC) promotes the Independent Living philosophy through education, community partnerships and advocacy.

Solano County Transition Resources: Recreation

Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)
https://www.borp.org/
Offers recreational activities and sports to individuals with disabilities.

Camp Harmon
https://www.campharmon.org
(831) 338-3383
Offers unique camping opportunities for campers with disabilities between the ages of 8 to 65 year of age.

Camp Krem
https://www.campingunlimited.org
(510) 222-6662
Provides fulfilling camping, recreational, educational and respite services to children and adults with developmental disabilities around the year

Environmental Travel Companions (ETC)
https://www.etctrips.org
Offers outdoor adventures that are accessible to people with disabilities and under-resourced youth, inspiring self-confidence, connection to nature and stewardship of the environment

Horseplay Therapeutic Riding Center
https://horseplayriding.org/
(707) 447-8733
Offers a year-round therapeutic recreational horseback riding program for children and adults with special needs

Special Olympics: Northern California
https://www.sonc.org/
(925) 944-8801
Provides children and adults with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in sports, education and athlete health

Solano County Park and Recreation
https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/rm/countypark/
Manage the parks in Solano County. Handicapped accessibility varies from park to park. Contact specific parks to inquire about accessibility issues

The ARC – Solano
https://thearcsolano.org/
(707) 552-2935
Provides various activities to their consumers including: art, choir, bead making, theater and literacy.

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of the North Bay
https://ucpnb.org/
(707) 766-9990
Offers a variety of camp and recreational activities in different locations throughout the Napa, Sonoma, and Solano County for both children and adults, including activities provided by staff and volunteers. It also includes activities provided by community agencies sponsored or supported by UCP of the North Bay.

Vacaville Therapeutic Recreation
https://www.ci.vacaville.ca.us/
Creates opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in recreational activities in an inclusive and accepting environment. Strive to remove barriers, provide accommodation and increase independence and confidence.

Solano County Transition Resources: Government and Community Services

CalABLE
https://calable.ca.gov/
(833) 225-2253
Achieving Better Life Experiences (ABLE) accounts are a new saving option that allow individuals, who became disabled before the age of 26, to save and invest in a tax-advantaged account, without jeopardizing their ability to collect Supplemental Security Income (SSI-Title 16)

California Employment Development Department (EDD)
https://www.dor.ca.gov
(800) 480-3287
Provides employment and training services in partnership with state and local organizations. There services benefit job seekers, laid off workers, youth, individual veterans and people with disabilities.

CalFresh
https://www.cdss.ca.gov/food-nutrition/calfresh
(877) 847-3663
CalFresh is for people with low-income who meet federal income eligibility rules and want to add to their budget to put healthy and nutritious food on the table.

California Department of Rehabilitation – Solano
https://www.dor.ca.gov
(707) 428-2080
Individualized employment plans are created with an assigned counselor to determine employment goal, based on history and needs for education/tuition, job training, job development and job coaching services. Resources can include clothing for work, transportation assistance, interpreter services, mobility services, assistive technology, occupational licenses, tools/equipment, supported employment.

California Department of Social Services
https://www.cdss.ca.gov/
(916) 651-8848
Financial assistance including CalFresh.

Medi-Cal Dental Programs
https://www.denti-cal.ca.gov
(800) 322-6384
Provides Medi-Cal beneficiaries with access to high-quality dental care.

Medi-Cal Program
https://www.medi-cal.ca.gov
(800) 541-5555
​​​Medi-Cal is California’s Medicaid program. This is a public health insurance program which provides needed health care services for low-income individuals including families with children, seniors, persons with disabilities, foster care, pregnant women, and low income people with specific diseases.

Office of Clients Rights Advocacy (OCRA)
https://www.disabilityrightsca.org/what-we-do/programs/office-of-clients-rights-advocacy-ocra
(707) 224-2798
Work with people with disabilities to advance their legal rights, help them to have the supports they need. Has a collection of publications related to Social Security benefits.

Partnership Health Plan-Medical of California
https://www.partnership.org
(800) 809-1350
(800) 863-4158
Authorized by the State of California to provide health care services for MediCal managed care beneficiaries in 14 Northern California counties. Has a care coordination office that assist clients with service and provider issues.

Social Security Administration (SSA)
https://www.ssa.gov
(800) 772-1213
Provides and oversees financial benefits for retired individuals, individuals with disabilities and low income individuals. SSA dispenses social security and supplemental social income (SSI named Title XIII).

Solano County Department of Health and Social Services
https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/hss/default.asp
Promotes and protects the health, well-being, self-sufficiency, and safety of all people in Solano County. Provides comprehensive social, mental health, public health and alcohol and drug services.

Solano Diversified Services (SDS) (Solano)
http://www.sds-inc.org/
(707) 552-9443
SDS is dedicated to providing training and employment services in a variety
of integrated, community settings to adults with disabilities in Solano County.

State Council on Developmental Disabilities-North Bay Regional Office
https://scdd.ca.gov/northbay/
(707) 648-4073
Ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the planning, design and receipt of the services and supports they need which promote increased independence, productivity, inclusion and self-determination.

Solano County Transition Resources: Transportation

DART Paratransit
https://www.fasttransit.org/service/dart-paratransit-disabled-service
(707) 541-7184
Provides origin to destination service for individuals with disabilities who have established eligibility.

Dial-A-Ride (DART)
(707) 648-4666
https://www.soltransride.com/services/dial- a- ride-2
Provide origin to destination services for individuals with disabilities who have established eligibility. Operate the process of ADA certification.

Dixon Readi-Ride: Intercity Services
https://www.ci.dixon.us/index.aspx?NID=235
(707) 678-5020
Provides origin to destination service for individuals with disabilities who have established eligibility. Provides service within Dixon and to Davis and Vacaville.

Fairfield Transportation Center
(707) 434-3800
https://www.fasttransit.org
Provides fixed routes & Paratransit services within cities of Fairfield & Suisun City.

FAST- Fairfield & Suisun Transit- Dart
(707) 429-2400
https://www.fasttransit.org
ADA Paratransit services designated for Fairfield & Suisun fixed local routes.

Paratransit/Taxi SCRIP for Resident of Rural Solano County
https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/rm/public-works/paratransit.asp
(800) 535-6883
Provides reduced fare for eligible individuals with disabilities in rural Solano County.

Rio Vista- Delta Breeze Transit System
(707) 734-2878
https://www.riovistacity.com/transit
Provides discounted taxi fare to individual with disability. Offers deviated fixed route service with City of Rio Vista and between Isleton, Rio Vista, Fairfield, Suisun City, Pittsburgh/Bay Point BART and Antioch.

Solano County Transit Operators ADA Certification
https://soltrans.org/accessbility/ada/certification
(707) 541-7184
Operates the ADA certification process including eligibility for individual with disabilities and seniors.

Soltrans- ADA Paratransit
https://www.soltransride.com/services/paratransit
(707) 541-7184
Provides transportation to individuals with disabilities who can’t utilize public transit.

Soltrans – Dial – A -Ride Bus Service
https://www.soltransride.com/services/dial-a-ride/
(707) 648-4666
Provides origin to destination service for individuals with disabilities who have established eligibility within Benicia only.

Soltrans – Intercity Taxi Scrip Program
https://www.soltransride.com/services/paratransit/intercitytaxiscripprogram
(707) 746-4225
Flexible option limited to qualified Paratransit certified riders. Provides premium curb-to -curb same day transportation at a reduced rate.

Soltrans – Local Taxi Scrip Program
https://www.soltransride.com/services/soltranstaxi.org
(707) 736-6990
Provides alternative transportation at reduced cost for Medicare holders, seniors and individuals with disabilities living in the cities of Vallejo and Benicia.

Soltrans – Regional Transit Connection (RTC)Discount Card
https://www.transit511.org/transit/accessibility/discount
(707) 648-4666
Is available to qualified individuals including individuals with disabilities.

Sully’s Transport
(707) 290-6349
Private Transportation with wheelchair lift.

Vacaville City Coach-ADA Accessibility
(707) 541-7184
https://www.citycoach.com/services/ada-accessibility
Offers a variety of services and programs for individual

Solano County Transition Resources: Independent Living – Residential

Bayberry House (Napa, Solano, Sonoma Counties)
https://www.Bayberryinc.org
(707) 252-6845
Bayberry provides Supported Living Services (SLS) and other residential supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Lake, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties. These services take place in the individuals’ home.

Center for Independent Living – Solano
http://www.ilrscc.org/

Inclusion Services (Sonoma, Napa, Solano)
https://www.icsnortherncal.org
(707) 681-0601
Adaptive skills training.

Dungarvin Ca, Inc (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
https://www.dungarvin.com
(707) 664-8000
Vocational services provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities assistance with the initial stages of the employment assessment period, job searching and development, job coaching, and working independently.

Kreative Community Services (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
https://www.KreativeServicesInc.com
(866) 688-1679
Kreative Community Services team offers day programs to individuals with developmental disabilities in the North Bay.

Living Unlimited
https://www.living-unlimited.org/
(510) 548-7000
Helps families establish and oversee the care and management of communities for people with and without disabilities in different housing concepts.

No Barriers (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
https://www.nobarriers.info/
(707) 291-1901
Volunteering and work training.

Milestones of Development (Solano)
https://www.milestonesofdevelopment.org/
(707) 644-0496
Milestones is comprised of five Intermediate Care Facilities, an adult day program with a medical model component and transportation services.

Solano County Transition Resources: Inclusion Services

Inclusion Services (Sonoma, Napa, Solano)
https://www.icsnortherncal.org
(707) 681-0601
Adaptive skills training.

Dungarvin Ca, Inc (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
https://www.dungarvin.com/
(707) 664-8000
Vocational services provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities assistance with the initial stages of the employment assessment period, job searching and development, job coaching, and working independently.

Kreative Community Services (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
https://kreativeservicesinc.com/
(866) 688-1679
Kreative Community Services team offers day programs to individuals with developmental disabilities in the North Bay.

No Barriers (Sonoma and Solano Counties)
http://www.nobarriers.info/
(707) 291-1901
Volunteering and work training.

EquiVenture (Solano, for medically fragile)
(707) 504-3947

A Fresh Start (Solano)
(707) 888-8138

ARC – Solano
https://thearcsolano.org/
(707) 552-2935
Offers Tailored Day Service (TDS) a community-based day program that focuses on volunteerism, employment skills, and higher learning.

Crossroads Community Options (Solano)
(707) 499-9377

Days Out (Solano)
(707) 592-6546

Different Strokes (Solano)
(707) 428-3515

Gone for Good – United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay (UCPNB) Program (Solano)
http://goneforgooducpnb.com/
(707) 430-4380
Gone For Good is a social enterprise of United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay, employing adults with disabilities, adults with barriers to employment and adults who support workers with disabilities.

IMPACT (Solano)
(707) 435-1912

Solano County Transition Resources: Additional

Learning without Limits (Solano)
(707) 384-3229

Matrix Parent Network and Resource Center
https://www.matrixparents.org
(800) 578-2592
Serving families of children with special needs to successfully understand and access the systems that serve them.

Milestones of Development (Solano)
https://www.milestonesofdevelopment.org/
(707) 644-0496
Offers an adult day program with a medical model component and transportation services.

New Beginning (Solano)
(707) 552-9619

Omelegah (Solano)
https://omelagah.com/
(707) 427-4021
Omelagah, Inc.’s Adaptive Skills Training Program (AST) provides one-to-one individualized services to adults with developmental disabilities who choose this type of program or who cannot attend traditional site-based programs in the community.

Pace – Solano
https://www.pacesolano.org/
(707) 448-2283
Pace Solano serves individuals with developmental disabilities by providing day programming, life skills training, and transportation to day program and job sites.

PAVE – Partnerships for Action. Voices for Empowerment.
https://wapave.org/
1800-5-PARENT
PAVE has published an online Glossary of Key Terms for Life After High School Planning

Peach Hub (Solano)
(707) 389-2403

Pride Industries (Solano)
https://prideindustries.org/
(707) 339-3601
PRIDE provides assistance to individuals to help them become productive employees.


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