Welcome to Help Me Grow Solano!
Office Closure Due to Wild Fires!!!
Unfortunately, our office is less than one mile from two fire evacuation lines. As such, the air quality is unsafe, and we have had to close our office. We’ve been closed since Monday afternoon, and hope to re-open our office on Monday, October 16, 2017. However, re-opening is dependent on the status of the fire.
We will be checking the Help Me Grow messages daily, and returning calls as soon as possible.
Please continue to submit Referrals to Help Me Grow by completing the Contact Form through the GET CONNECTED button on this website. Referrals will be checked daily and processed within 24 hours. Please Note: Faxing referrals may delay the retrieval and processing due to limited access to our faxes.
Parents needing Child Care Referrals: Please complete a Child Care Referral Request Form at www.solanofamily.org, and our staff will contact you as soon as possible.
Service and Medical Providers: Let us know how we can assist you and the families you serve during this frightening time. We know the fires have caused many people to be displaced, and left with uncertainty.
It is our intention to continue connecting families to needed services as usual. We will keep our website, our phone greeting at 844-501-5437, and our Facebook page updated with the status of our temporary closure.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during our remote workplace. We hope everyone is staying safe, and for a speedy end to the fires.
Help Me Grow Solano is an information and referral system that provides parents with children birth to five years the knowledge and resources you need to make a difference in your child’s life.
A Help Me Grow Family Navigator will assist you by listening to your concerns, assess your child’s and family’s needs, and provide you with information and referrals to appropriate resources.
Some of those referrals may be:
- A developmental screening (Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) to track your child’s development. These are called PEAK (Parnership for Early Access for Kids) Referrals.
- For information on general child development and parenting topics.
- To community resources, such as early intervention agencies, family therapy, parenting classes, speech, occupational, or physical therapy.
- Developmental Activities for you to do at home to enhance your child’s developmental progress.
By calling the Help Me Grow Solano toll free number 844-501-KIDS (5437) or using the online connection link, parents, child care providers, early educators, and health care providers have a point of access to services for all young children who live in Solano County.
Help Me Grow Solano is funded by First Five Solano, and a partnership of public and private agencies and programs to support children and families with the following resources:
- Basic Needs
- Physical/Mental Development
- Early Childhood Education
- Family Support
- Support for Families with Children with Special Needs
One Call. That’s All.