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Support Groups Beyond Sacramento
Solano FEAT Minimize
Solano Families for Effective Autism Treatment, Inc.
190 South Orchard Avenue, Suite B105
Vacaville, CA 95688
(707) 410-6004
(707) 471-6517 fax
www.Solanofeat.org 
SolanoFEAT@yahoo.com
  • Solano FEAT is an all volunteer, non-profit organization committed to the advocacy, education, and support of families of children on the autism spectrum in Solano County.
 
In the Spectrum (Autism Support Group) Minimize
Yuba City
(530) 751-1925

  • Call for time, date and location.
 
Family Soup Minimize
1650 Sierra Avenue, Suite 106
Yuba City, CA 95993
(530) 751-1925
(530) 751-1466 fax
www.FamilySoup.org


Cindy Chandler, Director
  • Family SOUP is a family empowerment center dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and providing information and facilitated referral to families with children of all ages with special needs. 
  • We offer a variety of programs including IEP trainings and support, parenting classes, counseling, and fun family activities for parents/ caregivers and children. 
  • Please call or contact us by email if you are interested in our services or would just like to talk to another parent with special needs. 
  • Hours: M-F, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
 
SLATE Minimize
Successful Living with Autism through Training and Education 
3830 Rancho Road
Redding, CA 96002
(530) 226-5129
(530) 226-5141 fax
(877) 227-3471 toll free
www.rfenc.org/support.php
 

Gina Grecian, SLATE Program Manager 
(Rowell Family Empowerment of Northern California)
 
Fresno FEAT Minimize
Families for Effective Autism Treatment
(559) 232-9094 
www.feat-fmc.org 


Paul M. Lambert, President
 
FEAT Kern County Minimize
KCFEAT
Scott Davis
(661) 833-6255
kcfeat@yahoo.com


  • Meets monthly, second Tuesday, at 6pm.
  • Contact us to confirm date and location.
 
LA FEAT, Los Angeles County Minimize
 
Special Needs Advocates for Understanding (SNAFU) Minimize
Stockton/Rippon, CA
www.valleysnafu.com
 
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