Informational and Resource Materials

Information & Referral Line
PHONE: 211 (or 1-800-273-6222)

The Health & Social Services Department help line is 211, which is a free, information and referral service for everyone in the community regardless of income. It is a confidential service that is available to the public 24-hours a day, seven days per week, in English, Spanish and 140 other languages. For everyday needs and in times of crisis, 2-1-1 provides streamlined access to critical health and human services such as food, shelter, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention, employment assistance, and so much more. It also serves as a link for individuals seeking to volunteer, provide resources, or assist during a crisis in Solano County.

Guide to Local Services

Are you in need of aid or currently seeking employment. Here are a couple of useful quick access guides to local Services.

  • Community Services / Guia de Recursos Comunitarious
  • Employment Services / Gua de Recursos de Trabajo

  • Voters' Registration

    If you are a registered voter who has moved and would like to update your records, please visit the Registrar of Voters page.

    If you would like more information regarding voting, please visit the Voter Registration Information page.

    Child Support Services

    Need help in establishing or enforcing an order for child support?

    Click below or call 866-901-3212 for more information.

    Solano County Department of Child Support Services

    Free genetic testing for those who qualify.

    Financial Education Resources

    The State Controller's Your Finances website provides access to basic, unbiased information on how to be smart about your personal finances. Click on the "Your Finances" button below.

    Making Ends Meet Brochure

    Need help paying your bills? This printable brochure is a good resource for programs and community organizations that provide services to help make ends meet.

    California Low Cost Automobile Insurance Program

    California Law requires that all drivers be insured. However, too many low-income drivers remain uninsured because the costs of standard insurance premiums are beyond their financial reach. The California Low Cost Automobile Insurance Program provides affordable liability only auto insurance that meets the State's financial responsibility laws.