Commission
The First 5 Solano Children and Families Commission was established by an ordinance passed by the Solano County Board of Supervisors on June 8, 1999. The ordinance defined the number of Commissioners as nine, the maximum allowed under Proposition 10, which mandates that local commissions include a member of the Board of Supervisors and two representatives of the County Health and Social Services Departments. Read more about the First 5 Solano Commission here.



Programs and Community Impact
Since 1999, First 5 Solano has invested in programs and supports that address the three priority areas in this dashboard as well as efforts to change the early childhood system of care. On the page linked below, you will find highlights of its contribution to the well-being of children and families in Solano County in FY2019/20. For more on 5 Solano's community impact click  here



Staff
First 5 Solano Staff is composed of an Executive Director, Deputy Director, 3 Program Mangers, A Health Education Specialist and Office Assistant III. First 5 Solano staff have a wealth of experience and knowledge in their respective fields including child health and development, early learning, grants and contract management and fiscal administration. To learn more about First 5 Solano Staff click here.



Plans and Reports
Each year, data are collected regarding the number of individuals served in First 5 Solano-supported programs, as well as the performance of such programs on implementing their funded activities and contributing to desired results and outcomes for clients. These reports can be found here



About First 5's
First 5 Solano provides funding and support to partners who work directly with the community to provide services bettering the lives of children ages 0-5 and their families. Funded partners provide many services including prenatal care, healthcare access, quality childcare, family support, and parent education. For more click here.