ODAS Overview and Mission Statement


Adult Protective Services (APS)

In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS)

IHSS Fraud Investigations

Probate Conservatorship Referrals

LPS Conservatorship Investigations

Public Administrator

Public Guardian/Conservator

                                         Napa/Solano Area Agency on Aging 


General Information


In the Solano County Health and Social Services Department, Older and Disabled Adult Services (ODAS) is an interdisciplinary approach to providing services. Clients/recipients are the elderly, age 65 and older, and dependent or disabled adults or children, 0 to 64 years old. Staff includes social workers, public health nurses, mental health clinicians, deputy public guardians/public administrators, conservatorship investigator, support staff, supervisors, and administrators. Spanish and Tagalog speaking staff are available in some programs to assist. Translation services are available for all languages.



Mission Statement


It is the mission of Older and Disabled Adult Services to provide access to services and resources that sustain health and well-being, support independent lifestyles, and promote physical safety and emotional security for older and disabled adults and children in Solano County.


Core Values  

Conduct and Comportment

 a.         Propriety

 b.         Competence and Professional Development

 c.         Integrity

 d.         Development of Knowledge


Ethical Responsibility

 a.         Respect, Fairness and Courtesy

 b.         Privacy of Client/Recipient’s Interests

 c.         Rights and Prerogative of Clients / Recipients

 d.         Confidentiality and Privacy

 e.         Dealing with Colleague’s Clients / Recipients

 f.          Commitments

 g.         Integrity

 h.         Community Service

Public Charge FAQ

If you have questions about the Public Charge ruling, please visit https://www.solanocounty.com/depts/hss/publiccharge.asp for more information.