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Special Programs

SOAR – Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

SOAR is a national program designed to increase access to the disability income benefit programs administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) for eligible adults who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and have a mental or physical diagnosis with debilitating symptoms. SouthLight Healthcare provides SOAR as a FREE service for residents of Wake County. 

 

SOAR Eligibility Criteria

  • Impairments in functioning due to medical and/or psychiatric conditions.

  • Presence of medical and/or psychiatric conditions or symptoms that would fit an SSA listing

  • Current enrollment in substance use or mental health treatment or a history of a condition.

  • Inability to work and earn “substantial gainful activity” (SGA) ($1,170 per month) due to medical and/or psychiatric conditions (unemployment due to a layoff or inability to find work, etc., is not applicable for SOAR qualifications).

 

For more information about SOAR, please contact our SOAR Representative

919-787-6131 ext. 1124, or download the referral form here and fax to 919-571-2932

 

SOAR Program

3125 Poplarwood Court

Suite 211

Raleigh, NC 27604

 

Prevention Services

SouthLight Healthcare’s Prevention Team works closely with Wake County Public Schools through the Alternative Counseling Education (ACE) program. ACE is provided to reduce long-term suspensions by providing drug education free of charge for first-time offenders of the school’s drug and alcohol policy.

 

Our Prevention Team works with a number of other community agencies and churches to promote youth substance use awareness and prevention strategies. Our Speakers Bureau presentation series is designed to meet the needs of diverse groups and address not only substance abuse but also social issues in the community that we serve:

  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

  • Drugs Resistance Skills

  • Parents Workshop:

       - Developing effective communication skills with your teen

       - Sign and symptom or drug use

       - Peer pressure

       - Keeping youth drug free

  • HIV/STD Prevention Education

 

Our presentation series are developed using up-to-date technology and resource materials and using different approaches to learning styles. We customize our presentations to meet the specific needs of diverse groups in class, age, language etc. 

For information on Prevention Services and the ACE program

Call 919-744-0061

 

Prevention Services

3125 Poplarwood Court

Suite 211

Raleigh, NC 27604