NAMI Solano County is a grassroots organization, incorporated in 1985, as a support group helping families and individuals affected by mental illness.
Our mission encompasses:
Our education programs provide the tools, awareness and coping skills needed to overcome the challenges faced by people and families affected by mental illness.
We offer support groups facilitated by trained family members and individuals who have firsthand experience coping with mental illness.
We strive to end discrimination and stigma for all those persons affected by mental illness through broader education and collaboration with the whole community.
We advocate for the rights of those living with mental illness and their families on the local, state and national levels, striving to raise awareness of mental health issues and improve access to quality care.
Myra Binstock, Executive Director
Member of NAMI Solano County since 2010. Currently Executive Director. Treasurer from 2012-2019. Family to Family teacher. Mental Health 101 presenter.
Hazel Bright, Treasurer
Began attending NAMI member meetings in 2016 and took the Family to Family class. Joined the Board in 2018 as Vice President.
Patty Phillips, Secretary, Education and Support Chair
Took the Family to Family class in 2010. Joined the Board as Secretary in 2016. Trained as Family to Family teacher, Ending the Silence presenter, MH101 presenter. Retired public school music teacher.
Jeannette Goyetche, Member-at-Large: Ending the Silence
Member since 2010. Retired RN. Family to Family teacher and ETS coordinator.
JD Hatchett, Native of Vallejo & Fairfield , CA Mental Health Advisory Board member/ NAMI Board member. Licensed Chef, Certified Peer Support Recovery Specialist #1. & #2. Mental Health 101, ASIST suicide training, NAMI Peer to Peer- facilitator, house manager for room & board transitional housing. Working in the mental health field now for 12 plus years.
Child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist. Board member since 2019.
Dr. Anita Catlin is Manager of Research at Kaiser Vallejo. She is an author, editor and researcher in nursing and health care. She serves on the board as a family member and professional.
707 486 7998 cell
707 483 9534 KP phone
Member-at-Large, Napa Citizens for Mental Health
Teena Miller, NAMI board member since 2018.
Retired Elementary School teacher now providing Laughter Therapy for people around the world.
Member of the Advocacy Committee.