Thank you for being courageous, You Are Not Alone.

We are glad you made it here. SOAR was created to provide support for those involved in Adventure Accidents. navigating grief or trauma can be a complicated process, it can feel isolating and we are here to let you know You are not alone.

The Vision

To support survivors in a healthy life after accidents by providing resources and education for self-care, peer support, and Outdoor Trauma Informed Therapists.

Community Connection

Staying connected to our communities is essential and we believe in the power of the peer to help navigate life after adventure accidents. SOAR offers peer support groups for those who have experienced loss or trauma in the outdoors. These groups are professionally facilitated by one of SOAR’s Outdoor Trauma Informed therapists.

Join our online Workshop Series in 2024, to learn more about mindfulness, grief and trauma, survivors guilt and other mental health topics. We will offer these Workshop Series topics on the second Thursday of every month from 6:00 to 7:30 pm MT. The structure of these groups will be a participatory presentation for about 45 minutes on the proposed topic. Then, we will open the group up for questions and sharing. These will be offered on Zoom, which allows anyone around the world to join. 

Dig into our website to find resources and education to help you on your journey. And please, If you have any questions, contact us at

SOAR is here because a small group of dedicated passionate volunteers care about their communities. Your donation is tax-deductible, thank you very much for supporting this community. With the gifts we have received thus far, SOAR is spreading its wings. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about our efforts or volunteer at .

SOAR is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 884107122) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.