At ILSP you’ll have the opportunity to begin planning for your future career success. We provide assistance and referrals to help you explore potential career paths and develop work readiness and responsibility skills.
We also offer employment development & experience, vocational training, apprenticeship opportunities, and job placement and retention support.
To ensure you have a strong foundation for independence, we’ll help you build vital skills for daily living. We’ll teach you financial literacy and how to budget, personal responsibility and self-advocacy, household management, and more.
We know that finding and maintaining housing can be complicated for young people.
While Solano County ILSP is not a housing program, we support to our young people as they explore their options for housing, including the My First Place program offered through our parent organization First Place for Youth. We can offer referral for transitional housing and federal, state and local affordable housing programs, assist with the application process, and help find solutions when and landlord/tenant issues arise.