What does “VIBE” mean to you? To us a positive “vibe” is about feeling good. It’s about a vibrant, healthy Solano. It’s about overall wellness and vitality, not just the absence of disease. It’s about feeling well enough physically and emotionally to enjoy our lives to the fullest as active participants, not just spectators.
To have healthy communities and a “wellness vibe” we also need healthy environments such as livable, walkable neighborhoods with safe areas for physical activity, easy access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and free drinking water.
We invite you to join us in our efforts to be well and to maximize the health of our communities. Community health is good for us, our children, for jobs, and to improve our economy! Community health is a collaborative effort with a multitude of community partners, including you. We welcome your input and encourage you to get involved – for a vibrant, healthy Solano!
Our mission is to maximize personal and community wellness by promoting healthy behaviors and environments in our county.
We believe community health promotion and education strategies are an effective and cost-reducing means of promoting wellness. We assess, plan, implement and evaluate effective health promotion and education programs and initiatives. We believe that places matter, and that healthy environments promote healthy people. The majority of our work is community-based within Solano’s diverse neighborhoods, with an emphasis on health equity.
If you are involved and active in Solano County, tag us on Instagram or twitter with #VibeSolano. Post your favorite local places, activities, and food events on our Facebook page!
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Please share with us on how you are keeping active, safe and eating healthy in Solano County tag us on Instagram or Twitter using #VibeSolano. You can also post favorite photos of you and your family having fun in Solano County on our Facebook page!
This Website is brought to you by the Health Promotion & Community Wellness Bureau, with funding from Solano Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment through the California Department of Healthcare Services, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. We are a bureau of the Solano County Public Health Division, Health and Social Services Department, Solano County.