- Recovery Beach is dedicated to offering a path to renewal for those struggling with addiction. As a premier drug rehab Orange County facility, we specialize in providing a range of effective treatment options in a nurturing environment. Our Garden Grove drug rehab center is recognized for its commitment to patient-centered care and a holistic approach to recovery. Our team of professionals employs a blend of proven therapies and innovative practices. Our approach is designed to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of addiction, ensuring a comprehensive recovery experience. As a leading Orange County rehab, we are committed to helping our patients achieve long-term sobriety and improved well-being. Our Garden Grove rehab facility is a tranquil sanctuary where patients can focus on their recovery journey. We provide a supportive community and state-of-the-art amenities, making Recovery Beach an ideal choice for those seeking a transformative recovery experience. Our dedication to excellence and compassionate care positions us as a top choice for addiction treatment Orange County.
- Denver Recovery Center offers a unique approach to addiction treatment that combines holistic methods with evidence-based treatment options. Treatment specialists at Denver Recovery Center will work with you to craft the perfect treatment program that suits your needs.
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92703The Orange County Veterans and MIlitary Families Collaborative (OCVMFC) serves Veterans and their families by providing information, and access to comprehensive efficient services, through the joint effort of our member organizations. As the veteran front door to our county, we welcome veterans to our community. With deep appreciation for their military service, we work together through both a collective impact model, and focused advocacy, to fully integrate their civilian transition experience for the benefit of our entire society.
- Where is Santa Ana Veterans Village located and when does it open? Located at 3312 W. First Street between Harbor Boulevard and Fairview Avenue, Santa Ana Veterans Village is less than three blocks from bus service line 64 and less than one mile from Cesar Chavez Campesino Park and a shopping center. Construction has officially begun and is slated for completion by early 2020. How big is the property and how many housing units are available? Jamboree’s Santa Ana Veterans Village combines high-quality housing & onsite supportive services for formerly homeless vets This veteran-centric supportive housing development is situated on a 1.5-acre lot that was once a service station and, most recently, an open parking lot. A total of 75 housing units will be available to formerly homeless veterans and their families – including 71 one-bedroom and four two-bedroom apartment homes. What else does the community offer to residents? Santa Ana Veterans Village is more than a place for residents to lay their heads. In collaboration with the City of Santa Ana, the County of Orange, the Veterans Administration (VA) and other leading veterans services organizations, designs by Architecture Design Collaborative, Jamboree’s architectural partner on the project, include a U-shaped three-story residential building that opens onto a spacious courtyard and a 4,500-square-foot community center that will be home to a veterans services collaborative and includes a fitness center and yoga room, counseling offices, and multipurpose rooms. What about other amenities? Furnished apartments feature full kitchens with up-to-date appliances, a full bath, closet and storage areas, and private balconies. Other property amenities include an elevator, a community kitchen and conveniently located central laundry facility. Plus, Santa Ana Veterans Village offers 10,000 square feet of open space featuring a tranquil courtyard and a community garden, a quiet sitting area with a reflection garden and a fire pit, a basketball half-court as well as an ample number of barbecue grills and picnic tables. A dog run and spa are also planned. How will veteran residents pay for their housing? All units are set to have Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) vouchers with values of $1,580 for a one-bedroom and $1,994 for a two-bedroom unit. Residents will pay a portion of the rent, based on annually published HUD rents for income level and family size, paying an average of approximately $267.00 a month.
- Our Mission is to help United States Veterans who are homeless, displaced, disabled or otherwise in transition become integrated into our community by providing them a continuum of opportunities through the Stand Down for Homeless Veterans and Veterans Resource Expo. Founded by Veterans First back in 2010. Set up like a military base camp, homeless, at-risk and employment seeking veterans as well as their families will be able to come in off the streets and or receive basic social services from a variety of nonprofits, community organizations and government agencies as well as OCTA Transportation options are easily accessible. We Need YOU…to spread the word!
- This benefit reduces annual fees for fishing and hunting licenses for disabled veterans
- SPECIALIZED ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY Specialized addiction treatment programs for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender LGBTQ+ community have evolved over the years as an increasing number of individuals are revealing their sexual orientation and gender identity. Thanks to greater awareness and widespread access to information, LGBT individuals and their families have resources to learn more about each other, and informed practitioners are changing the way they approach substance abuse treatment with individual counseling, family education, and client-centered treatment plans. The movement to remove stigma and discrimination related to LGBTQ+ populations has helped more individuals to come out and identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, but since federally funded surveys have only recently begun to include information about the sexual orientation and gender identification of survey participants, little is known about the long-term trends of substance abuse in LGBTQ populations. To date, the most recent data we have comes from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). Results from the national survey show that sexual minorities are more likely to have a mental illness (AMI), a serious mental illness (SMI) and a major depressive episode (MDE) than their sexual majority counterparts.
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92886MISSION Gay & Sober is an LGBTQ nonprofit organization*. Our mission is simple – to provide a safe, fun, and enriching experience to the sober community. Our primary purpose is to encourage unity and enhance one’s sobriety. VISION Our vision is to help raise awareness about life in recovery. In the spirit of unity, we come together to support and love one another and to show others – especially beginners – that it is indeed possible to be happy, joyous, & free while being sober.
- OC ACCEPT provides community-based supportive services to individuals who are struggling with and/ or self-identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, lntersex and/or Questioning (LGBTIQ) and the people important in their lives. OC ACCEPT seeks to provide a safe environment with acceptance and compassion for individuals to express their feelings, build resilience, be empowered, and connect with others for support. OC ACCEPT also seeks to raise awareness and reduce stigma by providing education about the LGBTIQ population to the community at large. OC ACCEPT provides the following services: • Short-term Individual and/or Family Counseling • • Case Management • • Peer Mentorship • • Community-based Supportive Services • • Outreach & Engagement • • Referral & Linkage Services • • Support & Discussion Groups • • Health & Wellness Activities • • Educational & Vocational Support •
- The California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) works closely with local communities in a joint effort to serve our state’s veterans. To ensure veterans receive the assistance, benefits, and services they need, CalVet divides California into eight regions and staffs each region with a Local Interagency Network Coordinator (LINC). Our LINCs play a dynamic role within local communities, serving as both informational conduits to the community and feedback resources for CalVet. LINCs bridge the gap between CalVet and the federal, state, county, and nongovernment agencies that provide services to our state’s 1.7 million veterans. Our LINCs are advocates for veterans, military service members, and their families within their regions. In addition, they supplement and support the County Veterans Service Offices (CVSO) and regional partners in the development of improved and expanded services and support for their local veteran populations and assist veterans with employment and educational opportunities.
- 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.