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EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR OLDER ADULTS

The Early Intervention Services For Older Adults program (EISOA) is part of OCCTAC’s Family Wellness Program which provides culturally acceptable, multi-lingual services to improve individual’s quality of life. 

  • Decrease stress levels

  • Increase and encourage the time individuals set aside for themselves

  • Prevent or lessen the development of mental health conditions

  • Provide a safe space to develop new skill sets

  • Provide a safe space to socialize with others and/or for recreational activities

  • Set short-term/mid-term goals and provide support and information

  • And more…

This program is funded by the County of Orange Health Care Agency, Behavioral Health Services, Prevention and Intervention Division, Mental Health Services Act/Proposition 63.

MECCA Calendar of Events & Resources

https://www.ocmecca.org/about/event-calendar/

https://www.ocmecca.org/resources/

This program is funded by the County of Orange Health Care Agency, Behavioral Health Services, Prevention and Intervention Division, Mental Health Services Act/Proposition 63

Early Intervention Services for Older Adults (EISOA)

OCCTAC’s Early Intervention Services for Older Adults Program provides isolated adults in Orange County with the opportunity to reintegrate into the community by incorporating healthy activities into their daily lifestyle and improving their quality of life. The Early Intervention Services for Older Adults Program is available to all Orange County residents 60 years of age and older.

Participants are connected with activities that are custom tailored to best suit their specific needs and interests.

 

Services provided in-house:

• Short-term/ Mid-term life coaching and case management
• Access to various types of classes and support groups
• Transportation assistance
• Translation services
• Assistance with filling out applications and/or documents
• Periodic follow ups in regards to goals and/or referrals

 

Services provided in the community:

• Referrals to community resources and follow ups to ensure that a connection was made. Such as:
• Food distribution centers
• Dental or Medical Care Services
• Legal Services
• Mentoring Services
• Adult Education Services

Activities provided:

•   Skill Development

•   Educational and Socialization Groups

•   Support Groups

•   Recreational Activities

•   Therapeutic Arts and Crafts

•   Home Visitations

Calendar Of Upcoming Services & Events

For more information for this program please contact:

Rosa Garcia, MSG
EISOA Program Coordinator / Case Manager
T: 714-547-5468 x 319
E: RosaG@occtac.org

Trinidad (Trino) Garcilazo, MS Candidate

EISOA Case Manager

T: 714-547-5468 x 317

E: TrinidadG@occtac.org

Briana Chavez

EISOA Case Manager

T: 714-675-0162

E: BrianaC@occtac.org

OCCTAC is an equal opportunity employer.

2215 N. Broadway St, Santa Ana, CA 92706 | T: 714.547.5468 | E: info@occtac.orgTTY: Please call the California Relay Service at 711

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