Fairfield Jail (Solano County Justice Center Detention Facility)
There are a lot of services and programs which inmates can take advantage while at the Fairfield Jail. If an inmate is working with a Fairfield bail bonds company to secure their temporary release, they may not be able to take advantage of these services. For all others, they can take advantage of the programs offered.
The services and programs are there to assist inmates make the positive changes necessary to transition into society with more positive results. Going to jail is never easy on an inmate or an inmate’s family, which is why there are options and services available to them; to help prevent recidivism. Many services include, but are not limited to:
• Alcohol and substance abuse counseling
• Alcohol and substance abuse residency programs
• Psychiatric counseling
• Self-run recovery peer programs
• Cognitive behavioral therapy
• Social skills development
• Problem-solving development
• Pre GED classes
• GED programs/Literacy programs
• Library services with various programs
• Bible study and religious faith groups
Veterans and Soldiers
For veterans who are jailed, a VA social worker visits every Friday to help transitioning VAs get the help that they need with planning, housing, and healthcare. The Veterans Program has their own programs to help veterans with substance abuse, anger management, cognitive behavioral therapy, educational pursuits, and PTSD. The Veterans Program is peer run, and there will be many other veterans there to provide support; emotionally, psychologically, and physically.
If you are an inmate or a loved one is an inmate is sentenced to the Solano County Jail, the mailing address is
Solano County Sentenced Detention Facility:
2500 Claybank Road
Fairfield, CA 94533
If you are an inmate or a loved one is detained and in jail with or without a bond amount, the mailing address is
Solano County Justice Center Detention Facility:
500 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 945333
Inmates or detainees are not allowed to send one another mail without the express consent of Custody Facility Commanders. All envelopes must contain the return address of the sender on the mail envelope. The return address may either be stamped or printed. Address stickers are not allowed.
Visiting Information – Justice Center Detention Facility
If you or your loved one is an inmate, the visitation hours are daily for 7 days out of the week. The visiting hours are 8:30-10:00 AM and 12:30-2:00 PM. From Friday through Tuesday, visiting hours are 6:00-9:00 PM. All visitors must sign in at least 10 minutes before the visit. All inmates are allowed 2 visits a week for 30 minutes per visit.
Visiting Information – Claybank Detention Facility
If you are detained, or a loved one is detained, the visitation hours are held on Friday through Tuesday. The visiting hours are 3:00-10:30 PM. All visitors must sign in by 9:20 PM. If you plan on visiting a loved one, you must call (707) 421-7181(707) 421-7181 before visiting. Visits are 1 hour and once a week. If visitors arrive later than 9:20 PM, the visit must be rescheduled.
General Visiting Rules
There are no mobile phones allowed. All visitors must have and present a picture ID. Visitors must be at least 18 years old. Any visitors under 18 years old must be accompanied by a legal guardian or legally emancipated. No more than 2 children are allowed per parent or legal guardian. Tank tops, sleeveless shirts, thin-strapped blouses, body suits, low-cut dresses, short shorts or skirts are not allowed. Coats, purses, and personal items should be secured outside of the facility in a vehicle or another appropriate location.
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