Nancy Herota, Ed.D., Director
Joan Davidson, Project Specialist
Through funding from First 5 Sacramento, Project SOARS (Project Screening, Outreach, and Referral Services) provides outreach and direct family support to increase awareness and access to services for children who may have a potential developmental delays and/or disabilities. Family Advocates conduct developmental screenings for children from infancy through age five and refer families for comprehensive services. Developmental screenings and direct family support will be prioritized for families residing in transitional housing programs. Services will be coordinated with other collaborating partners, including Alta Regional Center, Child Abuse and Prevention Council, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, and Warmline. Through Project SOARS, outreach and education for parents and providers will be coordinated with Alta Regional Center, school districts, SCOE's Infant Development Program, and other service providers.
Services will be provided to children from infancy through age five and their families residing in Sacramento County.
- Alta Regional Center
- Child Abuse and Prevention Council
- Cottage Housing Incorporated
- Lutheran Social Services
- Next Move
- Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services
- Volunteers of America
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