Supportive Outreach & Access to Resources (SOAR)

Through Supportive Outreach & Access to Resources (SOAR), Aldea helps people who are experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis to reduce and manage their symptoms so they may succeed in education, careers and relationships.

Based on the model developed by Cameron Carter, MD of the UC Davis Early Diagnosis and Preventative Treatment Clinic, SOAR components include:

  • Community outreach to local schools, special education programs and service providers to teach staff and volunteers how to identify signs of early psychosis
  • Treatment services, including:
    • Psychiatric medication management
    • Individualized clinical case management
    • Weekly psychoeducation and support groups
    • Weekly multi-family support groups (Napa County Only)
    • Bi-monthly family and multi-family support groups (Solano County Only)
    • Peer advocate support
    • Education and employment support

Napa County Residents

Eligibility

Napa County residents ages 8-30 who:

  • Have experienced the onset of initial symptoms of psychosis within the 2 years, OR
  • Currently have subthreshold symptoms of psychosis (emerging symptoms that indicate the potential onset of psychosis), OR
  • Have had a recent deterioration in their ability to cope with stressors and have a parent or sibling with a psychotic disorder

Services are provided regardless of ability to pay, documentation status or living situation.

In Napa County, Auction Napa Valley and Napa County provide financial and in-kind support of EDAPT and the UC Davis Early Diagnosis and Preventative Treatment Clinic provides training and ongoing support.

Service inquiries:
Natalia Martinez, Bilingual Clinic Coordinator
(707) 253-0123, ext. 652
 

General inquiries:
Carolina Mariposa, Program Director
(707) 253-0123, ext. 644

 

Solano County Residents

Eligibility

Solano County residents ages 12-30 who:

  • Have experienced the onset of initial symptoms of psychosis within the last 2 years, OR
  • Currently have subthreshold symptoms of psychosis (emerging symptoms that indicate the potential onset of psychosis), OR
  • Have had a recent deterioration in their ability to cope with stressors and have a parent or sibling with a psychotic disorder

Services are provided regardless of ability to pay, documentation status or living situation.

SOAR Solano is supported by Solano County Board of Supervisors, Health and Social Services and the Mental Health Services Act.

Service inquiries:
Natalia Martinez, Bilingual Clinic Coordinator
(707) 425-9670, ext. 407

General inquiries:
Julie Falicki, Program Director
(707) 425-9670, ext. 218