Contact Info

NAMI - Solano County

P.O. Box 3334
Fairfield, CA 94533


NAMI Solano Information & Resource Message "Warm" Line: (707) 422-7792

NAMI National
NAMI California

Monthly Meetings

4th Monday
of each Month

ALDEA Children and Family Services

470 Chadbourne Road, (corner of Courage and Chadbourne)
Fairfield, CA 94533
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
4th Monday of the month (except May and December)

Next General Meeting: November 24th, 2014

For more information, call (707) 422-7792 or email NamiSolanoCounty

Family to Family

New Class this Fall

NAMI is offering a FREE 12-week educational program to help family members understand & support loved ones suffering from mental health issues.

12 Week Class begins Thursday, January 9, 2014 6pm-8:30pm

490 Chadbourne Rd., Fairfield CA 94533 (upstairs in Children's Nurturing Project Office)

For more information or to sign up on waiting list, call Helen, (707)451-4788

Mental Health Groups

Looking for Solano County Mental Health Support Groups?

Download the
PDF listing
or the
MS Word listing.

Upcoming Events

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

SSI is a program that delivers monthly benefits checks to children and adults who have disabilities if they meet Social Security’s definition of disability and if their income and assets are within the eligibility limits.

According to the Social Security Administration, you are considered disabled if you have physical or mental impairments that keep you from working and your disability is expected to last at least a year or to result in death. Children as well as adults can get SSI benefits if they are disabled. When deciding if a child is disabled, Social Security looks at how his or her disability affects every day life for children of the same age.

Whether you can get SSI also depends on what you own and how much income you have. Income is money you have coming in, such as wages, Social Security checks and pensions. Income may also be non-cash items such as food, clothing or shelter, including if these are purchased for you by another person.

If you are married, Social Security looks at the income of your spouse and the things he or she owns. If you’re applying for SSI for someone who is under 18, Social Security also looks at the income of the parents and the things they own. The things you own that Social Security considers income includes items such as real estate, personal belongings, bank accounts, cash, stocks & bonds. A person may be able to get SSI with items worth up to $2000. A couple may be able to get SSI with items worth up to $3000.

Social Security does not count everything you own. For example:

  • The home you live and the land it is on, do not count. Beginning in 2009 the value of your primary residence and the land it is on above $500,000 will be counted.
  • Your personal and household goods and life insurance policies may not count, depending on their size.
  • One car you own usually does not count.
  • Burial plots for you and members of your immediate family do not count.
  • Up to $1500 in burial funds for you and up to $1500 in burial funds for your spouse may not count.
  • If you are blind or have a disability, some items may not count if you plan to use them for work or to gain extra income.
The amount of SSI you receive can depend on where you live, whether or not you are married, or if you are applying for SSI benefits for a child. To find out how much SSI you may be eligible to receive, contact Social Security.

To apply for SSI you can call 1-800-772-1213 or go on-line to You can also drop by your local Social Security Office:

In Fairfield:

2500 Hillborn Rd, Suite A
Fairfield, CA 94534


In Vallejo

160 Plaza Dr
Vallejo, CA 94591