Coronavirus Update: As with most businesses, the work of Child Haven has been impacted by the current public health crisis. As a result, we have reduced on-site staffing. We are following the risk mitigation guidelines as set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and the Solano County Health Department. We continue to offer clinical services via telehealth where appropriate. Should you need to speak with someone, we are checking our voicemail box daily. Please, feel free to call and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as we can. If you are experiencing a mental health or child welfare emergency, call 911 or Solano County Crisis Line at 707-428-1131. We look forward to seeing you again in person once it is safe to do so.
Child Haven was founded almost 40 years ago to serve vulnerable children and families. We offer a full array of mental and behavioral health, as well as developmental services to children and their families. Our skilled clinicians and family support staff provide intensive screening and assessment, diagnosis, treatment, parent education, and family support services.
Child Haven is excited to announce our affiliation with Victor Community Support Services. Our affiliation with Victor. With their similar values and goals we have established a strong partnership in order to focus on the needs of Solano County youth and ensure the future of the organization.
We partner with the Solano County Health and Social Services, Behavioral Health Division; First 5 Solano County; the North Bay Regional Center; the California Office of Emergency Services; and other community-based organizations to comprise the safety net of services for this community.
We provide professional, research and evidence-based mental health treatment services for children ages birth to 18 years of age.
A tailored assessment process leading to new understandings of a child’s life problems and new interventions.
An early- assessment and intervention program for children with ongoing developmental, social, emotional, behavioral, sensory, and/or communication challenges.
Child Haven Currently Serves Medi-Cal Eligible Children & Families
For access to therapy treatment services, please contact the Solano ACCESS Screening line, where they will determine eligibility and mental health needs. There are several agencies in the area that work in partnership with Solano County Mental Health. If you are interested specifically in receiving services at Child Haven, you may let ACCESS know about your preferences so they can determine appropriate placement. The ACCESS phone number (800) 547-0495. For all other services, including Triple P parenting support, please call Child Haven directly.
Child Haven was the principal and singular source of
psychotherapy for infants and children who have experienced trauma and disruptive life events in this
community for many years. Now offering in-depth and varied psychological assessments and specialized therapies such as Art Therapy and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Child Haven continues to be a forerunner in Solano mental health services by providing effective, comprehensive and intense therapeutic services.