Aldea serves more than 3,000 people annually through therapy and psychiatry, substance abuse prevention and treatment services, treatment foster care and adoption services, and other services that enable people to improve their health, relationships, and, ultimately, their community.
In Solano County, we have been offering wellness and recovery programs for more than 20 years. Our services include homeless outreach, residential treatment and supported housing, mental health case management, supported employment, and more.
Choice in Aging was established in 1949 as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation. Choice in Aging has two adult day centers in Contra Costa County plus three other programs that serve more than six hundred people each year in Contra Costa, Napa, and Solano counties. We are also proud to offer information and referral resources to the local community, as well as support services to caregivers & family members of frail elders and persons with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.
Community Medical Centers is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center providing medical, dental, and behavioral health care to over 100,000 patients, regardless of income. Begun as a mobile volunteer effort over fifty years ago, we have grown into a network of neighborhood health centers, including sites in Dixon and Vacaville. Services include primary and preventive care for the whole family as well as substance use services, health education and chronic disease management.
Connections For Life (CFL) provides support to adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to live independently in their own home. This support is customized for each person, catering to their specific needs of support. We also provide mobility training on public transportation throughout Solano County.
A faith-based humanitarian organization founded to help raise funds and awareness for local and global charitable organization through special events. We expanded our services after a Missions Trip to Kenya to include health and education services and sustainability programs for impoverished villages of East Africa. Locally, GGDO provide first responder services for suicide/crisis prevention, support groups for those living with chronic illnesses, and after school mentoring for at risk youth.
NorthBay Healthcare Foundation supports the programs and services of Solano County's only locally-based, locally-managed, nonprofit healthcare organization. NorthBay Healthcare hospitals offer 24-hour emergency care, intensive care, and sophisticated surgical and diagnostic services.
WAHEO is dedicated to acquiring grants for direct contribution to Bay Area charities that provide services to support the healing, success, and well-being of survivors of: sex trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Charities can be in constant financial distress, without enough manpower to work on obtaining the finances necessary to keep their doors open, and focus on their mission. We strive to help alleviate this challenge.