We are grateful to God for his great blessing on this ministry to the needy in Solano County. However, none of our continued outreach would be possible without the loyalty and faithfulness of our many friends - men and women who give freely of their time, talent, money and energy. Here is a current report on the results of the many investments our friends continue to make in the lives of others.
Rehabilitation is offered through the New Life Recovery Programs in association with AGRM. This program helps individuals gain the self-discipline needed to re-enter society. The program hosts residents receiving spiritual instruction, counseling, education, life skills instructions and job search and placement.
For those who show an interest and ability, our program can provide men with opportunity to train for a vocation in Rescue Mission Ministry. Men can receive “on the job” management training in food and shelter operations, Bible instruction and public relations.
The “Next Step” Transitional Program for Men
Provides transitional housing and ministry for those who complete our New Life Program. Participants will maintain outside employment, work on a budget, maintain a savings account, continue to work on addiction recovery, attend discipleship classes, and be active in a local church.
Transitional Program for Women and Children
The Bridge to Life facility provides women and their children with room and board for one year or more while they are involved in life skills training, job and house search, counseling and Bible instructions. A follow-up program is also included once the clients are stabilized in the community.
The Mission SOLANO Nomadic Shelter Program, operated in partnership with Solano County churches, accommodates up to 50 people a night, and the Next Step men’s transitional facility houses an additional 26 men. In the works is THE BRIDGE TO LIFE CENTER being built for Mission SOLANO through THE RAYS OF HOPE CAMPAIGN. PHASE I includes the Women’s and Children’s Shelter and Main Dining Hall. PHASE II will see the construction and opening of the Day Care Center and multiple family housing units. PHASE III will see the construction and opening of the Education Center and the new Men’s Shelter.
Mission SOLANO has an annual operating budget of approximately $850,000 which is supported by individuals, churches, foundations, corporations, service clubs, schools, and other civic organizations. It receives no government or United Way funding for operations. More than one-half of the operating budget is funded by contributions from the general public.
2006 Audit - (click here)
2007 Audit - (click here)
2008 Audit - (click here)
2009 Audit - (click here)
2010 Audit - (click here)
2011 Audit - (click here)
Your Dollar Goes a Long Way
- $1.79 - provides a nourishing meal for one hungry person
- $9.06 - covers the cost of a warm bed for one night for a homeless person
- $24.69 - underwrites program costs for one person to go through our New Life Recovery program per day
- $39.12 - underwrites total costs for one person to go through our "New Life" Recovery program per day
Donate and Support
Safe and secure! Only $1.79 provides a nourishing meal for one hungry person.
To mail your check, address it to Mission Solano, P.O. Box 8, Fairfield, CA 94533
Become A Volunteer
Mission Solano relies on volunteer support. Calling all coordinators, bus drivers and big-hearted people!