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A Quarter Blue

A Quarter Blue’s (AQB) Trauma Recovery Center offers therapeutic & practical support to children, teens, & adults affected by crimes. AQB's Education & Training Services offer education to enlighten families on how to protect & empower children, in addition to equip professionals in effective interventions for victims of crime.

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American Family Housing

American Family Housing provides a continuum of housing and an array of services to support homeless and low income families, adults and American veterans to secure a stable home, to be an active part of their community, and to achieve a self-sustaining way of life.

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AUTISM RESOURCE MOM, INC.

We provide support, guidance and hope to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families, through programs and services developed and delivered by parents who've experienced raising a child with autism -- facing the challenges, navigating the hardships and celebrating the triumphs -- as only a loving parent can.  Read more about us in the Orange County Register (http://www.ocregister.com/articles/says-743773-drew-autism.html).

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Boys & Girls Clubs Of Garden Grove, Inc.

The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

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BREATH Wellness Foundation, Inc.

We serve Veterans, their families and the Underserved population by providing affordable Integrative Health services and educational programs to restore well-being, prevent (or manage) disease, and increase physical and mental resilience.

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California Family Institute

California Family Institute's mission is to provide affordable prevention, intervention, and therapeutic counseling services to youth, individuals, couples, and families.

The California Family Institute’s mission is to:

  • Celebrate and support the diverse range of family configurations.
  • Provide innovative individual, couple and family therapy services through its on-site community clinic.
  • Provide leading edge training programs for mental health and other professionals on-site, in community settings and internationally.
  • Develop leading-edge research and program development initiatives that focus on innovative ways to serve and support those most in need of mental and relational health services.

Through this dynamic interaction of treatment, training and research, California Family Institute helps families, serves mental health care professionals and brings innovative perspectives to the larger mental health community.

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California Youth Services

The mission of California Youth Services (CYS) is to provide a variety of programs and services to include education, prevention, intervention, assessment, and counseling that assist and support adolescents, individuals, couples, and families to address life's challenges specializing in issues related to substance abuse, delinquent behavior, mental health struggles, academic challenges, and families in crisis.

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CarePossible, Inc

The mission of CarePossible is to make addiction treatment and mental health care possible for veterans and low income families.
 
There are four corners to CarePossible:
 
1. Addiction treatment--we partner with treatment centers to provide care to addicts who are ready for healthy change.
 
2. Mental Health Care--we partner with psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, counselors and life coaches to provide free mental health care to those seeking help but unable to afford it. We also provide free confidential care for members of our military (active duty and vets) and their families.
 
3. Community Education and Awareness--we actively lead or participate in community events to spread awareness about mental health care and addiction issues to help fight stigma as well as prevent suicide and overdose--both of which are currently at an all time high. 
 
4. Military and Their Families--Currently there are over 22 military suicides each day, as well as over 300,000 Iraq/Afghan vets with PTSD. CarePossible provides free, confidential care and counseling to our military and their family members to save lives and save families.

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Child Guidance Center, Inc.

To empower children, youth, and families to reach their full potential through innovative mental health programs and services.

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Choices in Action

Choices in action (CIA) is dedicated to providing life-sustaining services for Veterans and their families. Specifically, CIA was adopted to present Veterans with permanent housing in financially thriving communities.

CIA is a strong supporter of mental health recovery. With Progressive and proactive use of various alternative approaches, coupled with traditional treatments to mental health care; CIA seeks to endorse several actions aiming at achieving victory over mental illness.

Through advocacy, further education and research, CIA has accepted the responsibility to ensure that all people with mental illness are accorded respect, dignity and the opportunity to achieve their full potential free from stigma and prejudice.

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Encore Programs, Inc.

Encore Programs, Inc. endeavors to enhance possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. Participants receive experience and education in the arts – music, dance, drama, visual arts, and industrial arts – as a means of engaging with community in deep and meaningful ways. Participants embrace creativity as a vocation and produce works that bring joy to others. For those whose barriers to personal fulfillment include behavioral health issues or major life stressors, access to group and individual counseling and psychotherapy from qualified professionals is provided. Each day we build a community designed for achieving personal goals and supporting the whole person.

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Extraordinary Lives Foundation

The Extraordinary Lives Foundation (ELF) is dedicated to supporting Children's Mental Health and Wellness and dispelling the stigma surrounding mental health challenges. ELF was founded to bring mental health discussions out into the open, educate people about holistic healing options that complement traditional medicine, and focus on wellness and prevention to help children reach their highest potential.

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FACES

F.A.C.E.S. is committed to building  healthy families and preventing violence by assessing family dynamics and providing: Counseling, Educational Groups and Supervised Visits and Exchanges. F.A.C.E.S. relies on on the strength of community volunteers and partners with universities, with their strong volunteer programs, and provides continuing education to licensed therapists.

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FOCUS: Healing children from the trauma of sexual abuse

The UCI Health Families of Children Under Stress (FOCUS) program is a comprehensive treatment program for everyone affected by sexual abuse, including victims, families and offenders. The program has existed for 20 years and its goal is to assist victims and their families with recovery from the harmful effects of sexual abuse and sexual assault through therapeutic support and treatment.   

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Forever Footprints (Orange County Walk to Remember)

The mission of Forever Footprints is to ensure that families who have suffered a pregnancy or infant loss receive the best support, comfort, and resources possible. To do so, Forever Footprints provides families with direct services, educates the medical community to improve quality of care and response, and offers opportunities for remembrance to help families find their own path to healing.

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Friendly Center, Inc.

Providing stability, opportunity, and hope to children and families in poverty.

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Friendship Shelter, Inc.

Friendship Shelter helps homeless adults achieve self-sufficiency and become more productive members of our community
 
Our organizational vision is to end homelessness in southern Orange County, one person at a time. 

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Human Options, Inc.

Human Options

Human Options ignites social change by educating Orange County to recognize relationship violence as an issue that threatens everyone, advocating for those affected by abuse, extending a safe place for victims and empowering survivors on their journey of healing.

Our Vision: We are committed to a future in which every person and family in Orange County experiences safe, healthy relationships and lives free from fear.

 

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Independence Service Dogs Foundation

At Independence Service Dogs Foundation, we facilitate life changing opportunities through canine companionship. By supplying well screened and trained service dogs to our military heroes, therapy and emotional support dogs for children and victims of domestic abuse we provide the conduit to regain independence and the opportunity to improve lives. Through public education and training we will promote a better understanding of ADA law compliance and enable our communities to support the incredible capacity of human resilience aided by our canine companions

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Kids Konnected

At Kids Konnected, we know that cancer affects the entire family. Each of your children will experience your diagnosis in a different way and with different feelings. Cancer is not an easy subject to talk about and many parents try to avoid the topic in fear that they will scare their children.
At Kids Konnected, our approach is to provide a supportive environment to the children so that they can share their feelings alongside other children going through the same thing. We provide free services such as support groups, summer camps, education, and fun events that allow the children to have a break from their parents cancer diagnosis.

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Kristie's Foundation

Kristie's Foundation provides assistance, support and cherished moments to critically ill children and their families. Our focus is on end-of-life care for children and support for the family that loves them.

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Laura's House

Changing social beliefs, attitudes and the behaviors that perpetuate domestic violence while creating a safe space in which to empower individuals and families affected by abuse.

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Laurel House, Inc.

Providing a home for teens in crisis, transforming lives, and strengthening families.

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Living Success Center

Our mission is to provide affordable access to mental health therapy, while training the next generations of therapists.  Living Success Center, Inc. is a non-profit counseling center dedicated to providing services to the community at fees based on the ability to pay.

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Mariposa Women and Family Center

Mariposa Women and Family Center provides high quality, caring, affordable mental health and recovery counseling, life skills education and supportive services to women and families. The mission is to help them make positive changes in their lives and empower them to become healthier, happier and more productive. A center for healing and hope, Mariposa treats those it serves with dignity and respect and helps them create a better future for themselves and the community. Since 1977, Mariposa has served Orange County residents of low to extremely low income.

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Mustard Seed Ranch, Inc.

Mustard Seed Ranch's mission is to break the cycle of child abuse by providing equine-assisted life experience programs for abused and neglected foster youth. 

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New Directions for Women, Inc.

Saving the lives of women of all ages, women with children and pregnant women affected by alcoholism, other addictions and related issues.

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Newport Community Counseling Center

"The mission of the Newport Community Counseling Center is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families by offering accessible and affordable professional counseling services."

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Orange County Association For Mental Health

Founded in 1958, the Mental Health Association is a private non-profit community agency dedicated to improving the quality of life of Orange County residents impacted by mental illness through the provision of direct services, education, advocacy and information dissemination.

MHA emphasizes wellness rather than illness. We believe that the diagnosed mental illness is but one element of the entire person. Though the illness may permeate most, if not all aspects of the individual, strengths are retained and/or may have developed in response to the illness.

MHA believes that programs for the seriously and persistently mentally ill must be as multi-faceted as the people they assist. For this reason, we make every attempt to offer a full continuum of care for individuals with a mental illness and ensure our services are accessible, culturally competent, and sensitive to special needs.

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OUR FATHERS TABLE

 

A Christian response to homelessness.
OFT walks alongside our neighbors experiencing chronic homelessness, connecting them to agencies with the goal of ending their cycle of homelessness, ensuring their journey back to RESTORATION.
OFT is the light at the end of the tunnel!  Our Father's Table, OFT,  has a solution that breaks the cycle of chronic homelessness, 1 person at a time. Our work is important because it addresses homelessness at its cause knowing chronic homelessness is a symptom of a deeper-rooted problem.  OFT changes lives, by giving a hand up, not a hand out! Our work is cost effective & it does not create another program.  Our unique approach puts us in the center of their life as mentor, advocate & most importantly genuine friend giving unconditional friendship & guidance.  
 
The crisis of homelessness in OC has been front & center as the media exposed the day-to-day tragedies unfolding in the homeless community.  How can we forget the horrible story that was reported in March of 2018 when a family of 4 died in their mini-van that was also their home.  Then there is the heartbreak of our veterans, who make up 10% of our homeless population. These scenarios could have been avoided if we had more trained Care Navigators so we could expand our canvas area outside of the southern beach cities of OC. 
 
The numbers speak for themselves... In a 12-month period (2014-2015) in OC:
  • $299 million: Governmental & non-governmental entities spent on addressing homelessness. ($106 million spent on all types of housing for the homeless. $193 million spent on healthcare, criminal justice system, governmental & non-governmental agencies.)
  • $100,759: Average annual cost for 1 chronically homeless living on the street or in emergency shelters (OC United Way Cost Study on Homelessness, 2016)
But there is a successful & Christian solution! $12,385 is the cost for OFT to lift 1 chronically homeless person off the streets; a savings of $88,374 per person. OFT averages 30 lifted each  year, a savings of $2,651,220 per year. 


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PARENT 2 PARENT STRATEGIES

BILY provides a parent to parent solutions-oriented support group and equips parents with tools to create a peaceful home.

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Second Chance Orange County

Second Chance Orange County comes alongside low-income, recovering drug or alcohol addicts and/or homeless individuals, helping them to reclaim their identities as contributing members of our community by providing them with individualized supportive services including, but not limited to: job placement, life skills, job skills, mentoring, one-on-one coaching, mental health therapy, mentoring, resume creation, and case management.

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Soldiers Project

The Soldiers Project’s mission is to provide a safety net of psychological care for military service members and their loved ones and to educate the general public on how the psychological consequences of war affect both those who serve and their loved ones at home. 

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St. Jude Neighborhood Health Centers

Our mission to extend the healing ministry of Jesus in the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange by continually improving the health and quality of life of people in the communities we serve.

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StandUp for Kids, Orange County

StandUp For Kids is dedicated to improving the lives of homeless and at-risk youth and young adults. The mission of StandUp For Kids is to end the cycle of youth homelessness throughout the United States.
 
This mission is carried out every day in cities across America through our national volunteer/staff force, whose on-the-streets outreach efforts find, stabilize and help homeless and street kids improve their lives by providing and connecting them with life-saving services. The organization's mission is furthered through deterrence and resource programs provided in schools and via the internet. All facets of this mission are guided by the mandate that our volunteers tell kids they care about them and then, at every turn, prove it.
 

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Strength In Support (SIS)

SIS' mission is to provide mental health services to military personnel, veterans, and their families, including individual and family therapy, vet to vet mentorship, and workshops, to address all areas of our heroes’ wellbeing.  These mental health services will be delivered in a timely manner.  No longer will a service member or a family member of a vet call for help and hear that there is not an available appointment for 6 weeks.  Nor will our military families reach out for help and hear that they are not eligible because they are not a veteran.  Our veterans will not reach out for help and hear that they need to come in and fill out 30 pages of paperwork before they can even talk to someone.  No veteran, nor their family members will ever hear that they are not eligible for services since they are not combat veterans.  No one will ever be turned away for the inability to pay.  At Strength in Support no veteran or family member of a veteran will hear no.  They will hear "Thank you for your service and your family's service. How soon do you want to come in?"

Our vision is for every service man, service woman, veteran, and their family members to have the mental health services, resources, and support that they earned, deserve, and need.

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Teen Project, Inc.

To provide teens aging out of the foster care system with all of the resources and support of an intact family. To allow the greatest opportunity for a successful transition to adulthood. 

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TILLYS LIFE CENTER

Tilly's Life Center (TLC) is a youth-focused, 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable foundation aimed at empowering all teens with a positive mindset and enabling them to effectively cope with crisis, adversity and tough decisions. Our mission is to inspire today's youth to reach their full potential as productive, kind, happy, and responsible individuals.
The Tilly's Life Center (TLC) program empowers teens by teaching life skills that build confidence, inspire compassion, and encourage them to pursue their dreams. Using experiential learning, including journal writing, open discussions, and activities, our classes promote self -discovery and cover relevant topics in a safe and caring environment.
 

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WELLNESS & PREVENTION FOUNDATION

Help youth lead healthy and productive lives free from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs

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Western Youth Services

Advancing awareness, cultivating success and strengthening communities through integrated mental health services for children, youth and families.
 

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Womens Transitional Living Center, Inc.

WTLC helps individuals and families escape the depths of domestic violence and exploitation.

Since 1976, our guiding principal has been to end the cycle of domestic violence and exploitation by providing comprehensive services grounded in evidence-based practices. Through a strengths-based, survivor-driven and trauma -informed holistic approach, the survivor’s perspective of their priorities establishes the plan to create a healthier and safer life.

WTLC’s programs are designed to be flexible and responsive to each survivor’s unique needs—each participant builds their recovery plan with their own priorities in mind. In this way, survivors from a range of backgrounds and experiences are able to receive tailored support that addresses their personal barriers to long-term stability. Survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, as well as their children, receive services designed to meet their individual needs and adapt as necessary throughout their time with WTLC.

WTLC accepts populations that would normally struggle to find support including re-entry survivors coming out of the prison system, survivors with ongoing mental illness problems, survivors struggling with alcohol and drug addition, transgender survivors, emancipated youth and survivors with animal companions.

Last year, WTLC served over 9,000 children and adults through our housing, supportive services and prevention programs. These achievements were made possible by the generous support WTLC receives from individuals, families, corporations, foundations and government agencies.

Domestic violence and human trafficking are major public health crises, and community support and engagement is integral in WTLC’s work to create a world without violence.

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Young Lives Redeemed

Young Lives Redeemed takes transitional-age emancipated foster youth from homelessness to stability and self-sufficiency through engagement in our Wellness Program, which includes connection to trauma-informed mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, sustainable housing, secondary and post-secondary education, vocational programs, job training and employment. We envision a world where no former foster youth are living on the streets or incarcerated. We seek to change lives and create hope.

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