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Orange County mental health professionals, agencies, and resources all in one place.
OCAPICA Project HOPE provides no-cost mental health services [short-term counseling, resources, presentations, etc.] to children and adolescents ages 0-18 (and families) who are at-risk or currently experience mild/moderate mental health symptoms.
12912 Brookhurst Street, Suite 480
Garden Grove, 92840
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.
Resources & support for at-risk or homeless youth. Providing services to students in the Huntington Beach Union High School District and Newport Mesa Unified School District only.
7602 Talbert Ave, Unit F
Huntington Beach, 92648
No-Cost Services, Fee For Service, Sliding Scale Services
Fristers helps teen and young parents build healthy and stable lives and families through educational classes and workshops, mentoring, case management, and the support of a caring community.
17815 Sky Park Circle, Suite H
949 387 7889
Dual diagnosis treatment center
9842 13th Street
Garden Grove, 92884
Fee For Service, Sliding Scale Services
The OCYC provides career development and training for youth ages 14-24. Services include vocational training, paid work experience, and supportive services. Besides our La Habra office, we have offices in Garden Grove and Santa Ana.
441 E. Whittier Blvd., Suite A
La Habra, 90631
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
Connection to integrated engagement in trauma-informed mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, sustainable housing, secondary and post-secondary education, vocational programming, job training and employment
1105 East Commonwealth Avenue, Suite A-2
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