In our continued effort to identify services, collaborative efforts, and other opportunities that can benefit your organization and our community, we’ve compiled the following information from our partners.
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211OC's 2015 Helpline Dashboard: Click here to view 211OC's new interactive Helpline Dashboard containing statistics for the calendar year 2015.
County Launches “myOCgov” Mobile App: The new app gives users the ability to browse and search all County services near them or learn more about services in categories such as “Libraries,” “Parks,” “Health & Human Services,” “Public Safety” and “Other Government Services.” To download the app, Apple users click here and Android users click here.
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West Coast University Free Dental Hygiene Services:The West Coast University Dental Hygiene Clinic serves as an educational facility to support the learning needs of the students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program. Under the supervision of licensed dentists (DDS/DMD) and registered dental hygienists (RDH), the Dental Hygiene students provide oral health care and educational services to the local community. Click here for more information.
Help Me Grow Orange County: Are you interested in Child Development? Would you like resources to parenting? Help Me Grow connects families with young children to resources in the community to enhance their child’s development. Click here for more informationin English or click here for more information in Spanish.
Hope Builders Free Job Training: Taller San Jose Hope Builders is providing young adults ages 18-28 with training to get and keep a job! Get paid to train. Click on the following for more information in English or Spanish.
K2C Young Adult Educational Services and Training: At-risk young adults (ages 17-24) are invited to join K2C Academy to gain career and job training certifications, work experience, academic navigation, and work readiness. Young adults must reside in Young Adults must reside in Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, or Laguna Woods. Click here for more information and here for the March calendar.
Computer Training for Today's Job Market: Learn and improve the necessary computer skills that will get you hired. All services are provided to job seekers at no charge. Click here for more information.
SCE Career Technical Education Certificate Programs: Prepare for new career opportunities in : Administrative Assistant, Early Childhood Development, Electrical Trainee, Management, Pharmacy Technician, and more! Click here for more information.
ForwardFocus: Supervised Population Workforce Training Program: This program will help with career assessment, job-seeking assistance, job retention, job readiness workshops, and more! Click here for more information.
Living with Arthritis: All Laguna Woods residents are invited to join the Community Civic Association on June 22, 2017 for a panel discussion about adapting to it, healthy alternatives and more! Click here for more information and to RSVP for a free lunch.
Let’s Talk About It: Answering Questions about Sexuality: Join AltaMed on this great training opportunity for cross-sector collaboration around teen health and teen dating violence. The event takes place on June 21st, 2017 from 9am-11am. Click here to learn more!
Teens Relate Group: All teens are invited to join the Hoag Center for Healthy Living to learn more about: self esteem, communication, life skills, decision making skills, conflict resolution, and more! The cost is FREE and begins on June 29th, 2017 for a total of 8 weeks. Click here for more information.
Women's Empowerment Group (Grupo De Fortalecimiento Para Mujeres): Educational group in Spanish for women interested in their personal growth. This group will begin to meet on June 26th and will run for 10 sessions. Topics for discussion will include: Stress, Self-esteem, Mental Health, Communication, and Keeping a Good Mind. Click here for more information.
Covered O.C. Steering Upcoming Events: Click here to view Covered O.C. Steering's upcoming community events. All these events are through the month of June and events include: Cal Optima Informational Series Care management, immigration screening, Community Alliances Forums, child development services, annual resources fair, and more!
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Mixers: Join YNPN OC from April to June for social and networking opportunities, sharing resources, and professional development events! Click here for more information.
Wonder Women 5K Walk for Life: Bring your family and head to historic Old Town Orange to walk for the Wonder Women in your life on June 24, 2017 at 9am for a 5K Walk through Old Towne, Orange Historic District Immediately followed by Family Fun Event in front of Musco Center for the Arts. Proceeds benefit these local non profits who share a common mission to serve pregnant and/or single mothers who need medical care, shelter, and other critical services so that they can create the best futures for themselves and their children: Lestonnac Free Clinic, Mary's Shelter, Casa Teresa & Obria Medical Clinics. Click here to register today!
Salute to the Military: The 4th Annual CarePossible Salute to the Military will be August 12th, 2017 at 6:30pm at the Chuck Jones Center. This gala event is not only super fun to attend, but has literally saved veteran's lives and families. Click here learn more and how to make a difference.
Conferences, Workshops, and More
Summer Employment Workshops: Youth Employment Service will be offering a three-week series of workshops this summer for youth and young adults 16-24 years of age at the Melinda Hoag Smith Center for Healthy Living! These four workshops offer pre-employment skills to prepare you to find and keep a job. These workshops take place from June until July! Click here for more information.
Scholarship Opportunity: The CalOptima Employee Activities Committee is offering a scholarship opportunity to students pursuing careers in health care or social services. There are 3 scholarships that will be awarded to the top three essay submissions. The First place essay will also be entered into the Association for Community Affiliated Plans national scholarship with an opportunity to win an additional $5,000. The application can be found here. Please www.CalOptima.org for more information or call (714) 246-8729 with any questions.
Pharmacy Tech at SAC: Train for a Pharmacy Technician at Santa Ana College. The first 3 classes are FREE! Click here for more information.
Learn More about CalFresh: Click here for general FAQ about CalFresh and how to sign up!
Learn More about General Relief: Click here for genral FAQ about General Relief and how to sign up!
Undocumented Students and Families: Learn More about Undocumented Student Rights by the Association of California School Administrators. Click here for resources on Undocumented Students and Families: The Facts: Student Rights, Staff Rights, Parent Rights, and Sanctuary Districts.
Civic Center and Courtyard Updates
Click here to view May's Office of Care Coordination Newsletter
Click here to view previous Office of Care Coordination Newsletter