Solano County will be utilizing a phased-in approach to implementation of their Comprehensive Prevention Plan, which promotes long-term sustainability. Based on asset mapping results and data analysis Solano County will be focusing on four priority areas in the first phase of implementation which includes, expanding the continuum of support to families with children under five, increasing the availability of in-home and community-based services, reducing racial disproportionality and disparities in the child welfare system and expanding the continuum of support to address youth behavioral health challenges. Within Solano County’s Comprehensive Prevention Plan is a commitment to identifying and implementing EBPs that are adapted to be culturally responsive to the needs of the communities served. The Comprehensive Prevention Plan demonstrates Solano County’s commitment to working collaboratively with various agencies and prevention partners. Additionally, Solano County’s data analysis, based on community studies which focused on different aspects of well-being, led to an understanding of needs, risk factors, and challenges. Read the Solano Comprehensive Prevention Plan and Addendum.