Mission Solano Rescue Mission, Inc - Fairfield , CA

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310 Beck Ave
Fairfield , CA 94533
: 7074253930
: https://www.missionsolano.org/
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REVIEWS: 2

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    2018-02-12 20:25:53
    I have chronic pain and in need of shelter. Please let me know if you have anything that can provide those services.
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    2018-02-10 08:43:28
    A lot of the people who stayed at the nomad shelter did not receive proper assistance and are still on the streets homeless. Staff was not adequately trained and they played favoritism. There are people on the streets of Fairfield, Vacaville and Vallejo who did not receive program assistance to see them reach success. Especially people with children.

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Mission Solano's Sheltering Program provides shelter, food, and case management to homeless Men, Women, and Children of Solano County. The individual based case management plans or ICP includes educational assistance, life & job skills training, and spiritual growth while providing on/off site access to community resources such as Legal Services, Recovery assistance, Housing, Health & Social Services, VA Benefits, and local Churches.

BRIDGE BED - ICP

The ICP Program (Individual Case Plan) is designed to service each individual’s needs, no matter the circumstance. Our trained Case Managers will work regularly one-on-one with each guest to determine their Next Step. From the need of a driver’s license to a bed in a recovery program.

REENTRY

Providing structured safe stable housing for people to integrate back into society after incarceration.  Our staff works in conjunction with Parole Depts., Probation, Day programs, etc.

RESPITE

Where each guest comes to rest and recover after discharge from the hospital due to injury or illness. This is a safe clean environment where guests will receive focused care.

SHOWERS & FOOD

Every person should have the opportunity to shower and eat. The Shower & Food program allows for just that. During the week, our local homeless has access to gender specific showers and meals.



Volunteers Requests by Mission Solano Rescue Mission, Inc: Yes, visit our website at www.missionsolano.org to see volunteer opportunities and sign up.


Donation Requests by Mission Solano Rescue Mission, Inc: Hygiene products, laundry soap, blankets/bedding, food.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-02-12

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Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact Mission Solano Rescue Mission, Inc at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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