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Solano Public Health receives grant for car seat safety education program
SOLANO COUNTY – The Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, is excited to announce receipt of a $125,000 grant award from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to expand its popular car seat safety education program. In addition to supporting local parents and caregivers to learn proper car seat safety installation and utilization, the increased funding from the OTS grant over the next twelve months will allow the program to expand its virtual reach.

Solano Probation department awarded grant to supervise people with multiple DUI convictions
SOLANO COUNTY – The Solano County Probation Department received funds for an intensive probation supervision program for high-risk DUI offenders with multiple DUI convictions.

Can you spot the pill containing Fentanyl?
SOLANO COUNTY – At least 100 Solano County residents—and more than 100,000 Americans—died last year of a drug overdose. Nearly two-thirds of those fatalities were likely due to fentanyl. To warn youth and their families about the profound dangers of fentanyl and counterfeit prescription drugs, Solano Public Health is expanding its "Fentanyl Kills" opioid prevention campaign in collaboration with the Solano County Office of Education, local school districts, the Solano County Sheriff's Office, local police departments, and throughout the community. The initiative coincides with Red Ribbon Week, a national campaign to ensure kids stay drug-free.


Solano Public Health urges residents to prepare for winter surge; get your flu vaccine and omicron booster
SOLANO COUNTY – Solano Public Health urges everyone six months and older to get their annual vaccination for influenza. The flu vaccine helps stop the spread of the flu and protects everyone's health. The start of the flu season is unpredictable, and the vaccine takes two weeks to become fully effective once administered.

Solano Probation Department welcomes State Attorney General Rob Bonta to Youth Achievement Center in Vallejo for lively discussion regarding the juvenile justice system
SOLANO COUNTY – On Wednesday, August 10, the Solano County Probation Department, in coordination with Supervisor Erin Hannigan and a number of Probation-connected community partners, welcomed State Attorney General Rob Bonta to the Youth Achievement Center (YAC) in Vallejo for a discussion about the programs and services that work to change and better the lives of youth in our community.


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