We Care for the Health of Our Community
When was the last time you heard of someone contracting polio? Or coming down with diphtheria? Or smallpox? That’s because doctors and scientists have been able to develop vaccines to protect world-wide populations against these deadly, crippling diseases. Thanks to vaccines, there are at least 14 diseases that most people don’t even think about anymore, unless their child isn’t vaccinated. Vaccines provide protection from disease – it’s really that simple. Diseases and illnesses like tetanus, hepatitis A and B, the common flu, rubella, Hib, measles, whooping cough, pneumococcal disease, rotavirus, mumps, and chickenpox can all be rendered moot thanks to vaccines.
At Solano Vax Facts, our number one mission is to help you help your children to stay healthy. How do we do that? By providing clear, relevant information. We seek to promote, inform and drive positive change in the health of our community.
Solano Vax Facts exists to deliver bias-free educational resources to Solano county residents. Our coalition consists of like-minded organizations providing unique services. We have all worked for the benefit of our shared community for a number of years and with deep roots established here, we have a vision to build awareness by delivering relevant resources and helping parents shoulder the responsibility of making immunization-related decisions.
Get The Facts Today To Keep Kids Healthy Tomorrow!
Partnership HealthPlan of California
Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is a nonprofit community-based health care organization that contracts with the state to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure Medi-Cal recipients have access to high-quality comprehensive cost-effective health care. PHC provides quality health care to approximately 550,000 individuals. Beginning in Solano County in 1994, PHC now provides services to 14 Northern California counties - Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Trinity and Yolo.
First 5 Solano
First 5 Solano Children and Families Commission provides funding and support to partners in Solano County who work directly with the community to provide services bettering the lives of children ages 0-5 and their families. The Commission funds many programs within the community and First 5 funds are an integral part of the safety net for children's and family programs in Solano County. Funded partners provide many services including prenatal care, healthcare access, quality childcare, family support, and parent education.
Child Start operates Head Start, Early Head Start, and Early Head Start – Child Care Partnership programs in Napa and Solano Counties. Child Start works to ensure children are ready for school by providing the following: quality classroom learning environments and home visiting services; social services to help families move towards healthy interdependence and self-reliance; and partnerships to ensure there is an accessible system of child and family development services in our communities.
Family Health Services (FHS)
Family Health Services (FHS) offers a wide range of exceptional, cost-effective health services for both adults and children. The doctors, nurses, technicians, and educators on our teams are some of the most caring and respected healthcare professionals in the area, who strive daily to lead others and raise the bar for compassion, confidentiality, and attentive customer care. In addition to our on-site clinical offerings, we also offer an extensive referral network to guide clients to any additional medical or social services needed.
Solano Public Health
Solano Public Health prevents the spread of diseases, promotes health and protects the public from health problems and hazards. Our staff provides services such as conducting public health nurse home visits for moms and babies, providing medical care in our clinics, investigating disease outbreaks, advancing local ordinances to protect residents’ health, and preparing for public health emergencies. Our passion is in promoting healthy, livable communities for Solano residents and community members.
Solano Health and Social Services
Solano County Health and Social Services Department was created by the Board of Supervisors in 1992. The Department employs over 1,262 employees working in 22 offices throughout Solano County and is organized by seven program service areas.
La Clínica is a premier community health center, rooted in the concepts of wellness, prevention, and patient-centered care. Since 1971, La Clínica has delivered health care services in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner to address the needs of the diverse populations it serves. Today, La Clínica serves patients at its 35 locations, including 4 service sites in Vallejo, and provides the health care services they need to keep themselves and their families healthy.
Established in 1972, OLE Health provides high-quality, comprehensive primary care services to everyone who walks through our doors, regardless of income, insurance, immigration status, or ability to pay. Our model is to treat the whole person so that our patients can lead healthier lives, and we can build a healthier community. Our services include family medicine, pediatrics, reproductive health, dental, optometry, behavioral health, pharmacy, and nutrition. We also offer enrollment assistance for those without health coverage, referral to specialists, and care coordination for complex health needs. Learn more at: olehealth.org
Help Me Grow
Help Me Grow Solano connects families to community resources and to health and development services, so children can start school healthy and ready to succeed. Resources may include parenting and family support, childcare, basic needs, health, developmental, and mental health, and other programs throughout Solano County that support families with young children. Help Me Grow Solano is a single portal of access to a broad range of services through one central phone call, fax, or electronic request.
Touro University California
Established in 1997, Touro University California offers graduate degrees in osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, physician assistant studies, nursing, public health and education. The mission of Touro University is to educate caring professionals to serve, to lead and to teach. Students from diverse backgrounds are recruited nationally to create a dynamic, robust learning environment. Learn more at tu.edu.
Where to get Vaccinated
Childhood immunizations are administered at several locations in Solano County. Click here to see a list of locations and hours of operation.Learn More
How to Pay for Immunizations
Resources are available for families who need assistance in paying for childhood immunizations. Learn more about ways to pay for vaccinations.Learn More