Services for Students


Below is a list of community services that are available for children and their families in Benicia:

Organization Services Offered Phone Website
AA for Teens Alcohol treatment 707-643-8217 www.aa.org
Adult Literacy @Library One on one tutoring 707-746-4343 www.benicialibrary.org/literacy
Benicia Family Resource Cntr All family services 707-746-4352 www.ci.benicia.ca.us
Benicia Housing Authority Affordable housing 707-745-2071 www.ci.benicia.ca.us
Catholic Social Services Health/social service 707-556-9137 www.csssolano.org
Community Action Council All family services 707-745-0900 www.bencac.com
Continentals of Omega Boys/ Girls Club Summer camps & enrichment 707-643-1728
Families in Transition Assistance w/overdue rent, etc. 707-645-3000 www.familiesintransition.org
National Sexual Assault Hotline Report sexual assault 1-800-656-4673 www.info.com/NationalAbuseHotline
Narcotics Anonymous Help w/ addiction 707-422-9234 www.bascna.org/
St. Vincent de Paul Home delivery of food /other services 707-746-1773  
Solano County Counseling Mental health service 707-553-5331 www.co.solano.ca.us
Solano County Family Health Family health service 707-553-5509 www.co.solano.ca.us
Solano County Suicide Prevent Suicide prevention help 707-428-1131  
Teen Dating Violence Help in violent dating situations 1-866-331-9474  
Tobacco Cessation Quit smoking 707-784-8900 www.ccfc.ca.gov
Youth Employment Opp Employment opportunities 707-648-4024  


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The Title IX coordinator for BUSD is the Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Khushwinder Gill.  She can be reached at 707-747-8300 or by emailing TitleIX@beniciaunified.org.
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