All services provided by SafeQuest Solano are FREE, confidential, and non-discriminatory. See below for more information about the services we provide.
Most services for survivors and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, youth/ adult exploitation, and elder abuse include:
Advocates help clients with safety plans to ensure their well-being. SafeQuest Solano also participates in the Safe at Home Program administered by the California Secretary of State’s office.
Our case management services help clients by providing them with options and linking them to community resources and referrals that will meet their individual specific needs. SafeQuest Solano partners with other agencies, both in and out of Solano County.
Individual Peer Counseling:
Individual Peer Counseling sessions provide clients with a safe space for them to share their experiences with an advocate.
Clients may attend weekly ongoing sessions for support. Support groups are led by an advocate who covers different educational topics and strategies regarding domestic violence and /or sexual assault.
SCHOOL-BASED PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAM
Our prevention education program provides an evidence-based curriculum for middle school students and a multi-session youth leadership team for high school and college students.
All programs are age-appropriate and focus on the following topics:
Gender roles and stereotypes
Active bystander engagement
COMMUNITY EDUCATION & OUTREACH TOPICS
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
Teen Dating Violence
Sexual Harassment/ Sexual Assault
To request a presentation or to find out about activities in February, contact our main office at (707)422-7345
To learn more about Teen Dating Violence, visit: loveisrespect.org
Advocates also participate in community health fairs to inform individuals about SafeQuest Solano services.
Our temporary emergency housing, and transitional safehouse services are confidential and provides a safe place for survivors who have been exposed to violence and /or sexual abuse (i.e.: Commercial Sexual Exploitation). We also offer longer term transitional housing for suvivors of domestic violence and their children, with 24-hour support, on-site supervision, and basic needs.
Our goal is for our clients to flourish in a permanent safe place, away from violence, where they can focus on their self-identified needs and goals while developing economic independence.