Services / Programs

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Case Man 2018 List of Area Homeless Resources.pdf
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Fire Prevention and Readiness

Prevention of Child Abuse or Neglect—

Dixon Family Services (DFS), in cooperation with our community and county partners,
strive to prevent and reduce incidences of child abuse and neglect.

Child Abuse, in its many forms, happens every day and has major negative impacts on the futures of those children.

Please help us make a difference.

  • Reach out to family, friends or DFS for support if you need it
  • Reach out to other families in need of support
  • Report suspected abuse or neglect
  • Call 1-800 544-8696 to make a report
  • Support local child abuse prevention programs like DFS to make an impact in your own community

Family Case Management Program—

The program provides supportive and motivational assistance for low-income families with children 0 – 18.

An action plan is created with specific goals and steps. Over weeks or months clients work to reach various goals.

At subsequent appointments client and case manager discuss steps achieved, successes, any challenges or barriers and to strategize next steps.

The degree of success is directly linked to the amount of time and effort put in.

Safety Net Services—

Families without children and adult individuals can also receive help from DFS. Basic Needs Safety Net Services and linkages to needed resources are sponsored by community partners such as Genentech, FEMA, The Church of Saint Martin, Dixon United Methodist Church, VFW Post 8151 and numerous other community partners.

For a complete list of community partners go to
dixonfamilyservices.org

Other Programs Co-located at Dixon Family Services—

DFS provides space for additional programs as a convenience for Dixon residents. Call to confirm when you can be seen by representatives of programs such as:

  • WIC Program     SafeQuest Solano
  • CalWorks   CalFresh  • MediCal
  • Section 8 • Covered California
  • Food Bank Free Produce Program
  • Legal Services of Northern California
  • EITC Free Tax Preparation

Behavioral Health Services—

A variety of mental health and substance abuse services can be provided to people of all ages and incomes. In some cases waivers or reductions of fees can be covered by The Mental Health Continuum of Care Program, funded primarily by Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Grant.

Clients should call to schedule an assessment appointment. Sessions are provided as needed and as agreed by therapist and client.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Classes are available for youth that are required by Police Diversion, Juvenile Court or Parents.

Learned and increased parenting skills can lead to family cohesiveness and reduce the risks of neglect or abuse.

Peer Support Groups and one-day workshops at DFS can also help people overcome some behavioral health issues.

ALL SERVICES OFFERED IN ENGLISH & SPANISH

Additional Area Resources

In Emergencies 911
Adult Protective Services (800) 850-0012
Bay Area Community Services 211
Benicia FRC (707) 746-4352
California Child Support Services (866) 901-3212
CalWORKs Vacaville Office (707) 469-4500
Childrens Network (707) 421-7229
Child Welfare Services (800) 544-8696
Covered California (800) 300-1506
Dixon Chamber of Commerce (707) 678-2650
Dixon City Hall (707) 678-7000
Dixon Family Practice (707) 635-1600
Dixon Fire Department (707) 678-7060
Dixon Police Department (707) 678-7070
Dixon Readi-Ride (707) 678-5020
Dixon Senior Center (707) 678-7022
Dixon Unified School District (707) 678-5582
Fairfield / Suisun FRC (707) 421-3224
Helplink Referral Line (800) 273-6222
Help Me Grow Solano (844) 501-5437
Independent Living Resource (707) 435-8174
Legal Services of California (800) 250-5700
Legal Services of Northern California (707) 643-0054
Older / Disabled Adults Services (707) 784-8259
SafeQuest Solano (707) 422-7345
Salvation Army Fairfield (707) 426-6244
Salvation Army Suisun (707) 439-7880
Salvation Army Vallejo (707) 643-8621
Social Security (800) 772-1213
Solano Coalition for Better Health (800) 978-7547
Solano County Adult Mental Health (707) 469-4610
Solano/Contra Costa Food Bank (925) 676-7543
Solano County Adult Mental Health (707) 469-4610
Solano County Crisis Line (707) 428-1131
Solano Family Justice Center (707) 784-7130
Solano County HSS (707) 784-8050
Solano County Homeless Services (707) 784-8411
Solano County Mobile Medical Van (707) 784-4448
Solano County Public Health (707) 784-2010
Solano County Substance Abuse (707) 784-2220
Solano Mobility (800) 535-6883
Sutter West Medical (707) 678-1623
Vacaville FRC (707) 469-6608
Vacaville Housing – Section 8 (707) 449-5675
Vallejo FRC (707) 648-5230
Veteran Services (707) 784-6590
WIC Program Dixon (707) 678-0717
WIC Program Vacaville (707) 469-4555
Workforce Development Board (707) 864-3370

Job Posting Websites

Job Postings Disclaimer

The following list of websites can be helpful to those seeking employment.  Dixon Family Services is not affiliated with any of these sites and has no influence over the jobs listed on the sites.

Please follow directions from each individual site and use their contact information to learn more about application processes and other job search activities.  Thank you

Company Web Address
Adecco Staffing www.adeccousa.com
Alkar  Human Resources www.1alkar.com
Cal Jobs Job Search www.edd.ca.gov
Experience Works www.experienceworks.org
Federal Government Jobs www.usajobs.gov
Indeed www.indeed.com
Linked In Jobs www.linkedin.com/jobs/
Max Outreach www.maximus.com
Napa County Careers www.countyofnapa.org/713/Job-Opportunities
Nelson Staffing www.Nelsonjobs.com/staffing
Simply Hired www.simplyhired.com
Snag A Job www.snagajob.com
Solano County Work Force Development Board www.solanowdb.org
Star Staffing www.starhr.com
St. Joseph Home Care Network www.stjosephhomehealth.org
Yolo County Job Seekers www.governmentjobs.com/careers/yolococa
Express Employment Professionals www.expresspros.com