Family resources for people in addiction recovery
- The California Transition Assistance Program (CalTAP) offers a full array of transition assistance to all veterans in the state (not only those who have recently exited the military). It is essential that veterans are connected to the state system of care as they progress in their lives and the needs of the veteran and family change
- Grizzly Youth Academy is structured as a “military boarding school,” providing structure and support 24/7 for youth who previously struggled in school due to academic and social problems. Working as individuals and in groups, cadets develop skills and habits to overcome obstacles that have held them back in the past, and learn to succeed.
- Locations in OC and LA. Now veterans can get the help they need early after returning from combat, enabling them to resume normal family and social lives.The alcohol and drug treatment team at Tarzana Treatment Centers is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for a clinical assessment or immediate admission. We accept private health insurance and are a preferred provider for most managed care companies, medical groups, behavioral medical groups, HMOs and PPOs. For alcohol or drug treatment
- 3900 Birch St
92660Phone: 949-253-6200Adult & Youth Services Computer access & training; health & nutrition. Adults Employment & job search assistance; financial literacy & self-sufficiency; parenting education; ESL; referrals to affordable housing. Youth Tutoring; enrichment & teen programs. Seniors Transportation assistance; social & recreational activities; referrals to affordable housing.
- 10841 Garza Ave
92804Phone: 714-826-9070Family Resource Center Provides an environment that helps families become safe & stable, after school activities including assistance with homework, referrals to self-sufficiency programs, also services for seniors, advocacy for the disabled.
- Help Me Grow is available to all parents in Orange County who are interested in connecting with resources to enhance their child’s development. Our program is free to use and you can call as many times as you want to ensure you find resources for you and your child. When you call 1.866.GROW.025 you will reach one of our Care Coordinators who will listen to your concerns and ask you some questions to make sure we find an appropriate service to meet your child and families’ needs.
- The Single Parents Alliance of America (SPAOA) is a free online resource hub for struggling single parents living in the U.S. All single parents, guardians, grandparents, etc. are welcome to join. Your membership is always free. As a member, you are eligible to receive exclusive member only third party programs. You also have access to resources that will direct you to information on child care, diapers, food pantries, education, employment, Section 8, and much more. We are constantly adding new information, resources, and blog articles with helpful tips, how to’s and seasonal topics on being resourceful when limited. Get our free guide to Single Parent Travel!