Appreciation Tea 2011

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We Applaud You Family Resource Center Appreciation Celebration 2006-2011 To honor the dedication and commitment provided by the individuals that make an impact on the families in our communities everyday

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FaCT Overview Families and Communities Together (FaCT) is a 16 year partnership between the County of Orange Social Services Agency and Orangewood Children's Foundation supporting a network of community based, collaborative family resource centers.

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We are all committed to a shared vision That all our children grow up in stable , nurturing families and safe , supportive communities that promote healthy development and provide opportunities for children, youth and adults to achieve their full potential as caring, responsible, and productive members of society. In the last 5 years, through the Family Resources Centers… 71,997 31,614 34,812 We Served: Individuals Families Children

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We are all committed to a shared vision In 5 years FRCs served: 72,000 individuals

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Commission Investments Our FRC platform has benefitted from several innovative programs funded by the Children and Families Commission of Orange County through our administrative partner, Orangewood Children’s Foundation: ProjectConnections.FRC Health Access CONNECT AmeriCorps/AmeriCorps*VISTA program Orange County Capacity Building Program

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FaCT and the FRCs have been able to leverage FaCT funding with other funds and resources including in kind donations and services. FRCs: Masters of Leverage Data representing 2009-2010 fiscal year

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Families and Communities Together Family Resource Center Network All the FRCs provided services to thousands of individuals, including: Family Advocacy Counseling Parenting Information and Referral Case Management Team Domestic Violence Intervention. The following slides recognize the hard work provided at the FRC above and beyond the core services provided at the FRC…

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Served over 2,500 clients over the last 5 years Successfully relocated to a newly renovated site establishing a positive and strong presence in the community Partners Children’s Bureau* | Interval House | Olive Crest | Raise Foundation *Lead Agency

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Received BIS KIDS grant program teaching children skills for a drug free future. Successfully launched the Differential Response program in collaboration with the SSA and Western Youth Services

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Served over 6,700 clients over the last 5 years Hosted a Community and Families Health and Resource Fair for the last three years where twenty tons of food was distributed and almost 500 families were linked to valuable resources. Partners Western Youth Services* | Interval House | Olive Crest *Lead Agency

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Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Western Youth Services launched a successful fatherhood workshops impacting positive male parent involvement Interval House was instrumental in linking over 400 clients affected by domestic violence. Olive Crest provided 6-week parenting workshops to nearly 400 parents who were taught to build positive, enjoyable and healthy relationships with their children.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Corbin Family Resource Center Served over 9,300 clients over the last 5 years Created a case management team of close to 20 participants each week ensuring the highest quality of care for children and families. Successful outreach to fathers in the community creating a buzz that Corbin FRC is not just for mothers ! Partners Children’s Bureau* | Human Options| Olive Crest The Raise Foundation | Child Guidance Center | Community Service Programs *Lead Agency

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Corbin Family Resource Center Community Action Council came together to teach child abuse awareness at local schools for Blue Ribbon. Annual Mother’s Day event breaks barriers to decrease isolation and increase self-esteem . Participated in the Differential Response Pilot program and through successful collaboration ensured a best practice model for these vulnerable families

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Friendly Center Family Resource Center Served over 6,000 clients over the last 5 years 3 more full service Family and Community Resource Center opened in locations throughout North Orange and Placentia. California Family Resource Center designated Friendly Center as a Model Community based Mental Health Program Partners The Friendly Center*| Interval House | Western Youth Services *Lead Agency

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Friendly Center Family Resource Center Basic Needs – Food distribution: In 2010 over 79,000 pounds of food were distributed to families. Friendly Center was profiled in a case study by the 2010 Building Movement Project’s “Catalysts for Change: How California Nonprofits Can Deliver Direct Services and Transform Communities”. The report was published nationally and featured 5 California Agencies.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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La Habra Family Resource Center Served over 7,100 clients over the last 5 years Awarded a KaBOOM ! Grant and the La Habra Community Action Council along with 300 volunteers built a playground at Guadalupe Park. Received the Helmet Mini Grant distributing and fitting over 800 helmets. Partners Institute for Healthcare Advancement*| Boys and Girls Clubs of La Habra Public Law Center | Western Youth Services *Lead Agency

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La Habra Family Resource Center Received the Community Building Initiative (CBI) grant , strengthening their CAC (aka La Habra Action Council) in leadership, policy and advocacy within the La Habra community. The FRC Project Connections/ Health Access team hosted Annual ( Eggstravaganza ) Health Fairs averaging an annual attendance of over 1,000 people.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Magnolia Park Family Resource Center Served over 5,700 clients over the last 5 years The Community Action Council has been extremely involved in raising funds and planning many wonderful events for the FRC, including their very first CAC conference. Parenting classes have grown significantly at the FRC, including outreaching to hard to reach populations such as fathers and the Vietnamese community Partners City of Garden Grove* | Interval House | The Raise Foundation Community Services Program *Lead Agency

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Magnolia Park Family Resource Center New non-funded partnerships within the community include: The Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove providing Readiness on the Road Community Action Partnership providing food stamps assistance The Raise Foundation, food distribution was provided to the community

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Minnie Street Family Resource Center Served over 4,000 clients over the last 5 years Unbelievable success in collaboration with two law firms who offered thousands of dollars of pro-bono work for our most vulnerable and underserved families. Weathered two moves on a school campus while maintaining free space and great rapport with the school district . Partners Human Options* | Child Guidance Center | Cambodian Family *Lead Agency

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Minnie Street Family Resource Center Ongoing and open community parenting education with a highly skilled therapist able to connect with parents at all levels. Provided information and access to culturally competent services for the Cambodian community Unified, active and inspired community action council members helped to plan a successful blue ribbon event each year.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Oak View Family Resource Center Served over 3,900 clients over the last 5 years Over 20 active non-funded partnerships were created, nurtured and going strong. Chosen for an extreme makeover by Deloitte Corporation and the free painting and re-modeling looks great . Partners Children’s Bureau * | Community Services Program, Inc. | Interval House Ocean View School District | The Raise Foundation | Western Youth Services *Lead Agency

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Oak View Family Resource Center Maintained a fun, safe, fun, stimulating and FREE DROP IN RECREATION program for kids 6-18 was developed and maintained. Steering Committee Meetings drew ongoing attendance of funded and non-funded partners; a packed room each month.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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South Orange County Family Resource Center Served over 7,900 clients over the last 5 years Successfully moved locations from Mission Viejo to Lake Forest, reaching a much needed population Received an art grant funding art classes for kids, teens and adults Partners The Raise Foundation* | Mission Hospital | Children’s Bureau of Southern California Community Service Programs | Human Options *Lead Agency

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South Orange County Family Resource Center New location with private offices allowed more Mental Health interns, providing more needed counseling to the community The Resources In Motion (RIM) provided by the Raise Foundation frequented hard to reach neighborhoods, offering health and mental health services to much needed clients Health Access onsite providing much needed resources and linkages to families struggling to receive services

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Stanton Family Resource Center Served over 2,800 clients over the last 5 years Developed strong partnerships within the Stanton Collaborative, including the Garden Grove School District, the Joyful Foundation, and the Orange County Department of Education. Partners City of Stanton* | Interval House | The Raise Foundation | Western Youth Services The Boys and Girls Club of Stanton *Lead Agency

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Stanton Family Resource Center Successfully hosted 4 Women’s Day events, taking a day out to really celebrate the resilience of women going through their struggles and offering hope and encouragement. All the services at the FRC are amazing, including many that have also grown in the last few years such as PEP classes, Counseling and Anger Management. Many in-kind masters level interns and trainees provided much needed counseling at the center

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Tustin Family Resource Center Served over 3,000 clients over the last 5 years Provided elaborate and quality services with extremely limited space sharing offices with OCPT staff after being forced to move locations Implemented a family dinner parenting curriculum modeling the importance of daily conversation/communication among families Partners Orange Children and Parents Together * | Child Guidance Center | Human Options *Lead Agency

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Tustin Family Resource Center Excellent collaboration with local schools, community centers and Head Start programs. Specialized DV counseling and easily accessible PEP classes General Counseling and Advocacy touched and changed the lives of hundreds of families.

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Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center Families and Communities Together Above and Beyond Anaheim/Fullerton Family Resource Center Friendly Center Family Resource Center Minnie Street Family Resource Center Stanton Family Resource Center Corbin Family Resource Center La Habra Family Resource Center Oak View Family Resource Center Tustin Family Resource Center Magnolia Park Family Resource Center South Orange County Family Resource Center Westminster Family Resource Center

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Westminster Family Resource Center Served over 4,900 clients over the last 5 years Amazing staff maintained and ensured the community was served while the FRC Coordinator was vacant for months Provided a successful Developmental Screening event in collaboration with OC Health Care Agency Public Health Services Partners City of Westminster* | Abrazar | Boys and Girls Club of Westminster Western Youth Services | Interval House | Westminster School District *Lead Agency

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Westminster Family Resource Center Successful non-funded partnerships including: CSPP- parenting classes Childrens ’ Health Initiatives of OC – helping clients complete Medi -Cal, food stamps, and Cal-WORKs applications; CHOC Hospital –diabetes prevention classes MOMs Orange County – Vietnamese Fun Day, reaching over 1800 people Offered a free Holiday Family Picture Day, where many families enjoyed capturing a memory of the wonderful season

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Community Action Councils Building Community Leaders Community Action Councils throughout our FRCS grew in their leadership, offering their role in fund raising and community organizing within their own communities.. Trained as Trainers in teaching the Ten Educational Commandments Skills in governance, member recruitment, community engagement, strategic planning, professional etiquette and events! 50 over Community Action Council Members Earned Certificates from Cal State Long Beach through Leadership Development and Capacity Building classes

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Technical Assistance Highlights Supporting our FRCs with high quality, targeted training, powerful data and evaluation tools, and individualized technical assistance. Vista SHARE Family Development Matrix Strengthening Families Differential Response www.factoc.org (version 2.0) Triple P Parenting Monthly Advocates Training Data User Group MAA Time Surveys Leadership Excellence Bridges Connect Family Development Curriculum And in kind and grant resources : First 5 VISTA Members Deloitte Impact Days at Anaheim Harbor and OakView Holiday shopping at OCF. Basic needs from Lon V. Smith. grant Target grants for Art & Creativity for Healing workshops Over $11,000,000 In total in-kind and grant resources

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FaCT Support Provided By FaCT Bridges MCHN CONNECT /OCCBP AmeriCorps/VISTA April Alvarez Laura Arevalo Emily Bradley Anh Thu Cao Susan Diaz Logan Doughtie Terrie Druehl Behzad Faridnia Jessica Gardner Rachel Harris Diane Ilan Tabitha Isom Diana LaRusso Cynthia Miller Carlos Muñoz David Nichols Lisa Nuno Joy Obana Maria Ort iz Gloria Pulcini Dena Rubin Kathy Yutchishen Marilyn Wetterholm Rossy Gaitan Garcia Margarita McCullough Servant Leaders: Jyothi Atluri & Mary Ann So den

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On behalf of FaCT, SSA Executive Team, Orangewood Children’s Foundation’s Board of Directors, Orange County’s Board of Supervisors and all the families and communities that have been served by you, we thank you. Thank You. Today we appreciate you.

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FaCT Appreciation Tea June 22, 2011 Delhi Community Center --- Families and Communities Together ( FaCT ) is a partnership between the County of Orange Social Services Agency and Orangewood Children's Foundation. Since 1994, FaCT has provided support and services to children and families through community-based collaboratives operating family resource centers. FaCT supports these community-based centers by providing program development and administration, funding, and training. FaCT receives federal, state, and county funds including Promoting Safe and Stable Families, Office of Child Abuse Prevention, Office of Emergency Services, and the Children and Families Commission of Orange County as well as private foundations. --- All images used with the expressed consent of their owners --- Music by: Aetherspark Longing for Orpheous ---

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