Safe Children. Healthy Families. Whole Communities. Lasting Change. 

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There are 130,000 children living in Solano County.

Put another way, that's 30% of the total population. 

$100.7 M 

In Solano County..


the costs associated with ONE YEAR of substantiated cases of child abuse 


of children live in poverty 

of single mothers live below the poverty level

What Does Child Abuse Cost Solano County?

See the Report Here

The Children's Network improves the lives of children and families by coordinating and providing services that strengthen and support families now and in the future.

Our Approach

At the Children's Network of Solano County, we don’t focus on just one sector or issue.

We are creating long-term solutions that are built upon a foundation of research, partnership, and advocacy. Our approach is based on the integration of 3 fundamental elements:

Uncovering the Need




Collaborating and Coordinating


One of the most fundamental aspects of our approach is to research and uncover the current needs in Solano County. We ask the right questions, evaluate current processes, identify gaps and figure out what areas need the most support. 

Once we've done the research and understand the needs, we work with and support community partners to bring much-needed services to families.

This includes direct involvement in coordinating those programs,

 developing funding, providing training, promoting education and

securing facilities. 

We work hard to make sure our youth and families get what they need, lifting their voices in the development of policies that impact our community.

Together with various stakeholders,

we inform policymakers about the gaps in services and encourage action to address the issues identified.

Our Impact

Worked successfully with the courts to establish a policy of imposing restitution fines from those convicted of child abuse. The fines are used to support local child abuse prevention work.




Through the development of

the Family Resource Network 



for Child Abuse 

Prevention Services

Resources and Services

Family Resource Centers

Helping Low-Income Families

Meet Their Needs

Child Abuse Prevention Council 

Strives to Protect Children From Harm 

Meetings are usually  held on the 1st Wednesday/Month

Next Meeting

Oct 7, 2020; Noon to 2 PM

Virtual Meeting

Instructions for joining are on agenda in meeting materials here:

Oct meeting materials

Next Meeting

October 22, 2020; 6 - 8 PM 

Location to be determined


Call. Write. Chat

(707) 421-7229

Children's Network of Solano County

827 Missouri Street, Suite 5
Fairfield, CA 94533

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