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Partnering with the City of Vallejo, California Office of Child Abuse Prevention and Yocha Dehe Community Fund, the Fighting Back Partnership (FBP) Family Resource Center has expanded the availability of funding to assist citizens who:
As of April 1, 2020, to qualify for temporary assistance with rent/mortgage, utilities, food, and/or gas, you can complete the online application. Email the completed application to email@example.com or send it by mail to Atten: Melvinia King (COVID-19), Fighting Back Partnership, 505 Santa Clara Street, 3rd Floor, Vallejo, CA 94590.
Families and individuals may apply. This assistance will not cover bills that are already past due.
If you qualify for assistance, Fighting Back Partnership will issue a check directly to landlords, property management companies or utility providers. Please note that PG&E and the City of Vallejo Water Services have stated they will not be shutting off services during this time. If given food or gas gift cards, you will have to submit receipts showing proof of purchase. Alcoholic beverages and smoking products are not allowed.
The Family Resource Centers (FRC) and the Creating A Beloved Community: Family and the Road to Resilience Program (CaBC) are community-based programs that service families with children ages 0-18. FBP offer services ranging from short-term support for essential basic needs to long-term programs customized to sustain families with healthy lifestyles, educational advancement and career support. The CaBC program focuses on intergenerational outcomes by providing quality programs for pregnant women and mothers with infants along with their families. Both FRC and CaBC bring together services and activities that educate, enhance skills, and promote healthy choices for families. Home visits may be scheduled for families that need extra support.
If you or someone that you know is in need of assistance and don't know where to turn, please call the FRC for an appointment at 707-648-5230.
Fighting Back Partnership has Family Resource Centers (FRC) and the newly 2020 launching of the Creating A Beloved Community: Family and the Road to Resilence Program (CaBC) in Vallejo, which are conveniently located in neighborhoods to serve families with children 0-18. The FRCs offer support services for families in mitigating homelessness, protecting children and providing essential basic needs. The CaBC expand support services by providing quality programs for pregnant women and mothers with infants along with their families. Both FRC & CaBC bring together services and activities that educate, enhance skills, and promote healthy choices for families.
FRC & CaBC has its own unique culture and focus, but each offers comprehensive case management services. FRC has three objectives: (1) meet basic needs like rental assistance and food, (2) increase financial success through sound money management practices, and (3) support family success through parent education.
These objectives are achieved through:
As of Dec 1, 2019,
For more information contact:
or contact one of the FRCs:
Greater Vallejo Family Resource Center
(at the JFK Library)
505 Santa Clara St., 3rd Fl.
Vallejo, CA 94590
North Vallejo Family Resource Center
(at Solano Middle School)
East Vallejo Family Resource Center
(at Jesse Bethel High School)
Patterson Family Resource Center
(at Grace Patterson Elementary School)
The Family Resource Center are sponsored by the Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, the Children’s Network of Solano County, First 5 Solano and the Vallejo City Unified School District.