Mission Solano Rescue Mission
In 1998, recognizing that many people struggling with addiction needed more than “three hots and a cot”, Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission focused its vision to develop long-term residential treatment for homeless addicted men, women and children. The Mission SOLANO Rescue Mission has successfully met the basic necessities of the homeless and poverty stricken population since 1998. Our unique and nationally recognized Nomadic Sheltering Program provides emergency shelter nights to those in need, while maintaining and managing our Community Outreach Center (COC) and Social Industries distributing food, clothing and ongoing community services.
Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Help is available without charge to any person regardless of race, color, creed or social standing. Mission SOLANO operates entirely on voluntary contributions. The vast majority of our support comes from individual donors; the balance from churches, organizations, foundations and the corporate community. We have always adhered to a strict code of financial ethics. You will be happy to know that a major portion of every dollar entrusted to us goes directly into programs and services.
The Mission Solano Rescue Mission, is located in Fairfield, CA is centrally located between San Francisco and our states capital Sacramento, CA, approximately 44 miles from the center of both cities. Mission Solano Rescue is a non-profit organization that focuses its vision to develop long-term residential treatment for homeless addicted men, women and children by ministering the gospel of Jesus Christ and providing an economic and spiritual bridge for people striving to regain the necessities of life. For more information about Mission Solano Rescue, see http:www.missionsolano.org, and Mission Solano Bridge to Life, see http://www.missionsolano.org/bridge_home.php.