Management Team

Patricia Dalton: Executive Administrator

Pat Dalton has served in church and office administration for many years. She has a passion to serve and has a gift for administration. She and Dwight have been married since 1991. Pat began working with Mission Solano in 2004.

Their sons are Scott, Clint, Andrew and Nathanael. They are also proud grandparents of Alyssa, Madison, Olivia, Sophia and Kara.

Pat's primary duties include office management and HR.

One day Pat hopes to travel around Europe with her husband.

Gene Ahu: C.O.C. Program Manager

My past was a wreck with jails and programs never ending. A constant life with no commitment to anyone, not even myself. Narcotics Anonymous sent me on a path of looking for A Higher Power, who I found at Mission Solano. I’ve given my will & my life to Jesus Christ and He has guided me in His way to assist others. The staff at Mission Solano loved, shared and cared for me, and gave me the opportunity to succeed. I have worked at Mission Solano since 2005.

My passion is to give to others what has been given to me. I know there is a better way to live, because finding HIS path in MY life has brought a peace I’ve never known before.

Cindy Bradford: BTLC Program Manager

I like to refer to my past as being very colorful.  I have been a mother, a wife, a sister, an aunt, an employee, and a business owner.  I have personally struggled with low income living, homelessness, and addictions.  In recovery, I am a woman of faith and a trusted servant of GOD.  Although, GOD has always been in my life, I didn’t learn to know HIM like I do today until I came to work at Mission Solano. At Mission Solano I was able to experience life transformations that only GOD could have been responsible for.  It was through GOD that I turned my own life around in 2006 and made a new beginning with my daughters Taylor and Cierra, and my son Chase.  I became a member and an active participant of both Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. 

In January 2007 I began attending classes at Solano Community College and ultimately earned my Associates degree in Human Services.  During that same time I began working in the college library part-time while also working part-time at Mission Solano Community Outreach Center as a Shelter Attendant.  As I grew in GOD my blessings grew, allowing me to complete my California Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADAC) certification, and receive my Bachelor of Science in Human Services from the University of Phoenix in 2012. 

I continue to grow in the spirit everyday, knowing I have achieved everything through GOD’s grace, and I now understand the power of his redemption.   Working at Mission Solano gives me the opportunity to remind women to live everyday loving well, laughing often, and finding true life in Jesus Christ. 

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