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Project H.E.L.P

Our project entitled, Homeless Emergency/Employment Living Program (Project H.E.L.P), provides shelter services for those who are unhoused and in need of job skills and life skills training here in Solano County. Our services consist of providing shelter, food, clothing, case management, self-improvement, employment training and placement classes. Our vision is to provide an economic and spiritual bridge for those seeking to regain the necessities of life to restore hope in themselves and their future while achieving economic stability.  We give preference to women/men with children. Generally, our population is between 10-18 guests per night.

Program Requirements


Fairfield Resident

Guests must be ambulatory upon arrival.

Guests must be 18 years of age or with a parent. Proof of parental rights will be required.

Guest must complete all intake documentation upon arrival with administrative staff.

Guests are expected to be clean and sober from any mood-altering substances upon arrival to comply with mental and medical standards to our facility. (Discretion will be determined by staff)

Guests must possess some form of identification. If you do not have a valid ID, you must have some type of verifiable proof of who you are.

Guests must not be a registered sex offender. (Meagan's Law check)

Guests must not have any outstanding warrants.

Project H.E.L.P Staff have the right to refuse service to anyone which staff deems a threat to the safety and security of our facility.

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