Community Planning Process

CAP Solano JPA led a county-wide, community-based strategic planning process to create a 5-year strategic plan to address homelessness throughout Solano County. 

No Place Like Home Addendum​​​​​

CAP Solano JPA approved the No Place Like Home Addendum to the Strategic Plan, which describes the service needs and service strategies for people who are experiencing both homelessness and mental illness. The Addendum can be found here

Community Action Plan, June 2019

CAP Solano JPA conducted the Community Needs Assessment and drafted the 2020-2021 Community Action Plan (CAP) for Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funding. The CAP identifies main causes of poverty in Solano County and strategies for addressing those. The CAP can be found here.  

Holistic Funding Plan

​In 2019, Solano County commissioned a Solano Homeless Funding Plan to provide an overview of the Solano funding and programs serving homeless individuals and families in Solano County. The Homeless Funding Plan can be accessed here. ​​​




Strategic Action Plan

In February 2021, the JPA approved an updated Strategic Action Plan that will guide the JPA's next steps in implementing the 5-Year Strategic Plan: Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Forward Together. The Action Plan can be accessed here



5-Year Strategic Plan, March 2017:​

5-year Strategic Plan: Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Forward Together was approved. The Plan can be found here.

​Strategic Plan Update, November 2017: 

Strategic Plan: Neighbors Helping Neighbors: Forward Together was updated. The update can be found here

 Community Action Agency for Solano County

Collaborative Applicant for Continuum of Care Funding

Homeless Management Information System Lead Agency 

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Community Action Partnership

The PIT Count is an enumeration of persons experiencing homelessness, whether sheltered or unsheltered, on a single night in January. The PIT count is conducted at least biannually in Solano and is a requirement to receive homeless assistance funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The PIT Count uses HUD’s definition of homelessness, which includes persons living in shelters and places not meant for human habitation, but excludes persons who are living doubled up with others due to economic hardship or those living in RV or trailer parks.

For a summary of the PIT Count methodology and results, please view the press release 
The full PIT Count Report can be found 
here, and an executive summary can be found here.