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Orange County mental health professionals, agencies, and resources all in one place.
A network of 16 Family Resource Centers (FRCs) located throughout Orange County’s highest-risk communities providing essential family support services, education and resources.
15405 Lansdowne Road
The Recovery Education Institute (REI) is an academic program for adults living with mental illness or live with family with a mental illness. REI provides college general education classes, humans services certifications, GED study preparation, ESL
401 S. Tustin St., Bldg. B.
Our Program is an early intervention/prevention program for those experiencing mild to moderate behavioral health issues and are not yet receiving care. We provide short-term counseling and case management, workshops/webinars, and do outreach.
1940 E. Deere Ave, Suite 100
Santa Ana, 92705
An Online platform where teens and young adults can see video stories of recovery from a variety of mental health issues, find hope, help, inspiration, and resources.
21695 Yucatan Avenue
Woodland Hills, 91364
A positive environment for children and young adults to help them stay active and prevent the cycle of drug abuse and addiction that has ended so many lives.
3316 Avenida Del Presidente
San Clemente, 92672-4522
Certified Health, Nutrition and Life Coach, providing one-on-one coaching to teens and college-age young adults. Key areas of expertise: health conditions, nutrition, weight loss/gain, EDs, Mindset, Stress, Anxiety, Sleep.
1927 Leeward Ln
Newport Beach, 92660
Fee For Service
SFSC's mission is to improve the health and well-being of veterans, military families and children throughout Orange County by engaging the community, building resiliency, and creating safer, more stable home environments.
525 N Cabrillo Park Dr, Ste 300
Santa Ana, 92701
(714) 953-4455 x661