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HELPING Abuse Victims Get the Range of Support They Need

WHO We Are

The Elder and Adults with Disability Justice Program facilitates access to the range of care and services often needed by abuse victims and their families. We act as a main point of contact for those who have experienced harm or mistreatment and coordinate personalized support for each individual.

Our services are available to victims of crime in Solano County:

  • Seniors who are 65 and older
  • Disabled adults who are 18-64 with mental and/or physical disabilities that require assistance from others for normal activities and to protect their rights

Working with community partners, we help victims receive the support and services they need—which can range from counseling to compensation to rides to and from appointments. All services are free of charge.

SIGNS of Abuse

Knowing the signs of abuse and neglect can help you stop the harm or intervene early to help save the health, dignity, assets and even the life of an older adult or adult with disabilities.

Look for these signs:


Financial Abuse

  • Unexplained loans, credit cards or withdrawals from bank accounts
  • Suspicious changes in wills, titles, policies and power of attorney

Physical/Sexual Abuse

  • Unexplained or uncharacteristic bruises or injuries
  • Over/under medicated
  • Torn, stained or bloody underclothing

Emotional Abuse

  • Unusual depression, confusion or agitation
  • Withdrawal from normal activities
  • Threatening, belittling or controlling behavior by a caregiver


  • Poor personal hygiene
  • Unsanitary living environment (filth, bugs, soiled bedding and clothes)
  • Unsafe living conditions (no heat or running water, faulty wiring, fire hazards, extreme clutter)

Always contact authorities if you think something is wrong.


Solano County victims and their families can turn to the Elder and Adults with Disabilities Justice Program for:

Social Support

  • Access to counseling, crisis intervention and support groups
  • Interventions and mediation
  • Assistance identifying and navigating appropriate social service agencies
  • Referrals to victim service programs and community resources
  • Personal advocacy and accompaniment to appointments

Criminal Justice

  • Support for the emotional and physical needs of crime victims, including helping them stabilize their lives and achieve a measure of safety and security
  • Assistance in speaking with law enforcement, completing police reports and obtaining protection or restraining orders
  • Information about victim’s right and the criminal justice process and referrals to appropriate resources

Supportive Services

  • Help seeking compensation for victims of financial crimes
  • Emergency shelter services
  • Emergency transportation services

Educational Presentations

  • Local presentations that focus on protecting vulnerable populations against financial abuse and scams, recognizing the signs of abuse, what the Elder and Adults with Disabilities Justice Programs offers and more
  • Ability to find upcoming presentations or request one (within Solano County) by calling (707)344-4102, emailing or following Empowered Aging on Facebook

Contact Us

  • By Phone: (707)344-4102
  • In Person: 1261 Travis Blvd., Ste 120
    Fairfield, CA 94533

Mission Statement

The Elder and Adults with Disabilites Justice Program provides coordinated and effective support to people who have been impacted by crime so they can receive the resources they need.

Volunteer with Us

Join our Elder Justice League and learn how you can help combat the abuse of vulnerable seniors and disabled adults in Solano County. We’re looking to organize groups in churches, senior communities, adult programs and more to offer education about abuse, as well as peer-to-peer counseling.

If you are interested in starting a group or joining one, please contact

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OUR Partners

The Elder and Adults with Disabilites Justice Program is pleased to work with a growing list of community partners to help provide the support and services Solano County abuse victims need.

If you are interested in becoming a partner, please contact