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.
Empowering people with disabilities by providing services that promote independence, equality and integration, enhancing their quality of life.
Supported Living Services – focuses on the daily health and care of people who have intensive physical disabilities and round the clock involved care needs. This service also focuses on people who have significant behavioral challenges. The services can cover up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week of support.
Independent Living Services – focuses on teaching the people we support living skills so they can live more independently in their own home.
Mobility Connections – provides information and hands on support with mobility training for all Solano residents who need support. The purpose of this service is Mobilizing people with public transportation to access their community, promoting independence.
CFL provides living supports to over 90 significantly disabled adults who live in their own home throughout Solano County.
Since 2018 Mobility Connections has offered bus training support to over 3360 Solano residents.
We offer paid employment to approximately 130 people, most of whom are Direct Support Professionals, working hands on with our people in their homes and their communities.
CFL continues to grow, offering new opportunities and supports to Solano residents that are adults with significant disabilities who have previously lived in institutions and other group environments, never thinking that they would get to have a home of their own.
Along with offering Living Supports to the most vulnerable people over the last 18 years, CFL is in the planning stages to expand our services with vocational training and employment opportunities, with employers in our communities.
$20,000 to fund our emergency preparedness plan. This includes:
- updated emergency backpacks, fire extinguishers, first aid supplies for each home
- emergency kits, fire extinguishers, first aid kits for each employee’s car