Orange County Housing Assistance Programs

See our list of housing assistance programs. We list HUD, housing assistance, subsidized housing programs in Orange County.

Women's Transitional Living Center (WTLC)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 916
Fullerton, CA 92832
877-531-5522

WTLC, Inc. is a non-profit, community based organization of women and men committed to seeking solutions to end domestic violence and human trafficking. Their goal is to prepare and guide clients and their children to living outside the shelter environment and provide skill and opportunity to the children in the shelter in an effort to promote their well-being. Services to clients are confidential and all parties providing support should maintain confidentiality. Providing Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Counseling, Substance Abuse Support, and community education and Personal Empowerment Classes to Southern California. HOTLINE 877-531-5522.

Volunteers of America of Los Angeles

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2100 N. Broadway, Suite 300
Santa Ana, CA 92706
714-426-9834

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF). Short-term assistance (move in costs, security deposit, rent, etc.) to maintain permanent housing stability for low income Veteran households in Orange County. Services offered include: case management, financial planning, housing location assistance, assistance in obtaining benefits, and referral services. Eligibility criteria: 1. Served in the US armed forces with a character of discharge that is NOT dishonorable; 2. Household income cannot exceed 50% of the Area Median Income in Orange County; 3. Veteran must be literally homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. For more SSVF information or for a telephone screening please call.

Veterans First of Orange County

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

888 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Suite 200
Santa Ana, CA 92701
714-547-0615

Transitional housing, food, clothing vouchers, showers and employment assistance, for veterans only. Permanent housing offered as well.

Veterans First of Orange County

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1611 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92706
714-547-0615

Transitional housing, food, clothing vouchers, showers and employment assistance, for veterans only. Permanent housing offered as well.

Thomas House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 2737
Garden Grove, CA 92842
714-554-0357

A transitional shelter for homeless families with children. Provides shelter, food, and counseling, as well as assistance in job search, classes in life skills, parenting and nutrition, tutoring for children, welfare advocacy, and housing placement and assistance. Adults must work or be seeking employment, save 80% of their income and move to permanent housing. Thomas House also provides rental assistance to families facing eviction as well as rapid-rehousing.

The Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1300 S. Lewis St.
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-758-0414

6-month to one year faith-based residential treatment program providing rehabilitation services for both men and women (145 male beds, 28 female beds). Intake: Monday - Friday, 7:30am - noon. Purpose is to help people overcome serious life problems, such as drug and alcohol dependencies. Housing, meals, clothing and rehabilitation services are provided without cost to participants. Program components include: individual and group counseling; substance abuse education; 12-Step program; anger management; grief/loss and family & relationship classes, NA/AA; Big Book; work therapy; Bible study; chapel services; and re-entry. Initial 30 day restriction period, thus all medical and legal issues must be taken care of prior to intake.

Shelter Plus Care

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

405 W. 5th Street, Suite 500
Santa Ana, CA 92701
714-796-0200

Administered by the Orange County Health Care Agency, Behavioral Health Services, Residential Care office, the Shelter Plus Care program provides rental assistance to persons who are disabled due to mental illness, substance abuse, or HIV/AIDS; are homeless; and have low income. Clients must participate in a rehabilitation plan that includes registration for case management or client advocacy. Case manager submits application which outlines severity of housing need, ability to live independently, details of rehabilitation plan, and matching supportive services. Preference is given to people who meet the diagnostic categories listed and are chronically homeless. Potential applicants should check with their case managers or client advocates for more information.

Shelter For The Homeless

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21

15161 Jackson St.
Midway City, Ca 92655
(714)897-3221

Shelter For The Homeless provides over 40 emergency, transitional, and permanent housing units in the counties of Orange, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside. The mission of SFTH to provide support to homeless adults and families who want to work to improve their lives and become self-supporting members of society. This is done through the housing provided as well as the Ladder to Success program. Ladder to success offers guidance in the areas of job training, education, financial management, personal development, and child development. The corporate office is located in Midway City, California.

Rising Tide THP

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1575 E. 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-619-0239

The Rising Tide Transitional Housing Program provides an intentional community, which offers motivated young men and women an intermediate step between foster care dependency and independence. Program provides motivated young people with apartment living and an added opportunity to develop the skills that they will need for a successful transition to self-sufficiency. The length of the program is 18-24 months for emancipated fosteryouth, ages 18-24. Program specifics include: employment guidance and support, life skills experience, counseling, and individual accountability. Our program values are Empowerment, Excellence, A Commitment to Learning, Teamwork and Trust, Integrity, and Grace.

Project Hope Alliance

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1954 Placentia Aave., Suite 202
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-722-7863

Provides rent assistance to prevent homelessness for at-risk families and rental deposit assistance for people with school aged children who are without housing and moving into permanent housing. Must have at least one child grades kindergarten – 12th to qualify and must have at least one adult employed

Precious Life Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 414
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
562-431-5025

A shelter for pregnant women without other children, shared rooms, for women over the age of 18, open to homeless, pregnant women regardless of race, creed, financial or marital status. The emergency program is free, and there is a monthly fee for transitional services. Must follow a productive program and attend mandatory health and education program on-site. A drug/ alcohol free facility. Emergency program is 1-30 nights lodging, counseling, case management, referrals if needed, birth coach, bus tickets, with 24 hour staff on premises. Must provide ID and written proof of pregnancy, obey curfew, complete requirements of program. The Transitional program is low cost housing with a refundable deposit, 2-6 months after birth of baby. The Single Parent Efficiency Program provides up to 24 months lodging after baby is born, low cost housing. Residents provide own food and some utilities. Residents are required to work, attend job training program and may attend school part- time. On-site licensed childcare for working mothers.

Pathways of Hope (ISN Program)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

514 W. Amerige Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-680-3691

Provides emergency food, rental assistance, transitional housing, job development, and life skills training, and other services to people in need. Walk-in services are from Mon thru Fri 1-4pm at the distribution center, 611 S. Ford, Fullerton, 92834. Call 714/738-0255 for directions. Office hours are Monday thru Friday, 1pm to 4pm. In the Single Adult 90 day Transitional Housing Program, clients must be able to work (they are given 30 days to find work). Goals: full time employment, developing a budget and saving 80% of earnings after bills are paid. These goals will lead to permanent housing.

Orangewood Foundation

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1575 E.17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-619-0200

The Orange County Social Services Agency has identified the Orangewood Children's Foundation (OCF) as the Transitional Housing Referral Clearing-house for emancipating foster youth in Orange County. As a housing clearinghouse, OCF provides referrals to transitional housing programs, affordable housing, rooms for rent, emergency housing, funding assistance, etc. The Orangewood Children's Foundation also provides job placement, college scholarships, aftercare services, and independent living skills training for current and former foster youth. Contact Linda Levshin for assistance.

Orange County Village of Hope Rescue Mission

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

One Hope Drive
Tustin, CA 92782
714-247-4300

The Village of Hope is a program that provides transitional housing for up to 192 homeless men, women and children. Residents have access to counseling services, job training, medical and dental care and more. It features a 6,000 square foot Child Development Center which offers age-appropriate activities for preschool children and an onsite after school tutoring program for school age children.

Orange County Community Housing Corp

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

501 Golden Circle Drive, Suite 200
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8161

Housing and educational services for extremely low income families – permanent and affordable.

Orange County Community Housing Corp

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

501 N. Golden Circle Dr. Suite 200
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8161

Housing and educational services for extremely low income families – permanent and affordable.

OC Gateway to Housing

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

17972 Sky Park Circle, Bldg. 47, Suite E
Irvine, CA 92614
949-631-7213

OC Gateway to Housing (formerly Orange Coast Interfaith Shelter) is a transitional and permanent housing program for single mothers, single fathers, and couples (married or unmarried) with children. Parents/guardians must be at least 18 years old. Boys and girls up to the age of 17 years are accepted. OC Gateway to Housing assists families in overcoming their barriers to acquiring permanent housing. Referrals are by phone only, no walk-ins.

Mercy House - San Miguel Residence

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Permanent housing with case management and supportive services. Two houses: one with 4 bedrooms in a shared living setting; the other house has 4 one-bedroom apartments and 1 two-bedroom apartment. San Miguel Residence has 5 set-aside units for people with HIV/AIDS. HUD vouchers are accepted.

Mental Health Association Multi-Service Center

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 718
Santa Ana, CA 92701
714-668-1530

The Options Center is a drop-in center open 365 days a year for psychiatrically disabled homeless adults in Orange County. The Housing Specialist in this program assists clients to develop a budget, explore housing options, such as room and board, room rentals, shared housing and apartments, and provides follow-up support. Program is designed to help consumers who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless to move into permanent and stable housing. Must be over 18, have a diagnosis of mental illness, be capable of living independently, and have a source of income to cover expenses. There is no charge for services. To receive services a referral must be made by phone or fax to the Housing Specialist. A housing search can take a few weeks to a few months. Not an emergency shelter. Contact person is Pam Presnall at 714/547-7559 or presnall@mhaoc.org.

Mental Health Association Homeless Service Center - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06

2416 South Main Street
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-668-1530

Provides lunch for mentally ill homeless individuals 7 days a week 12 pm and a light breakfast at 9:30 am. Also offer phone and mail service, showers, laundry facility, activities, homeless outreach case workers, vocational rehab, housing assistance, job search, etc. Psychiatrist on staff. Spanish spoken.

Mary's Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 10433
Santa Ana, CA 92711
714-730-0930

Mary's Shelter provides a loving home to pregnant and parenting minors, 12 to 17 years old, who have committed to carrying their babaies full term and are in need of housing and other supportive services. We provide compassionate care to girls, their families and their babies through services including: housing; access to medical care; continuing education; spiritual formation, individual and family counseling; parenting education and coaching; and practical life skills to prepare teen mothers for successful independent living.

Mariposa Villa

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

3773 University Drive
Irvine, CA 92612
626-599-8464

HUD-funded building for the mobility impaired. 40 units, usually with waiting list over 3 years. Residents must comply with HUD income limits, and will pay 30% of their incomes for rent. Initial information taken by phone.

Louis Martin Residence/Mercy House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Louis Martin Residence is a permanent housing facility located in Anaheim serving four homeless, disabled adults. The single family house offers private bedrooms and shared bathroom/common areas and on-site management. Residents participate in supportive services and pay 30% of their adjusted gross income as rent. Applicants must meet homeless and 13 disability eligibility criteria. Two rooms are designated for individuals with HIV/AIDS.

Laura's House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

999 Corporate Drive, Suite 225
Ladera Ranch, CA 92694
949-498-1511

Emergency shelter for women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Services offered: legal advocacy (restraining orders only), monthly legal clinic, Children's Program, Individual and Group Therapy, Court-approved Personal Empowerment Program, bilingual services. Average length of stay: 30 - 45 days. Counseling and Resource Center for all victims of domestic violence, regardless of age, sex, sexual orientation. Services offered: Court-approved Personal Empowerment Program groups, legal advocacy (restraining orders only), monthly legal clinic, Individual and Group Therapy, Crisis Counseling, bilingual services. Additional services: 24-hour Emergency Hotline (specific to domestic violence), Bi-annual 40-hour DV Advocacy Training, Case Management, Transitional Housing Program, Resale Store.

Interval House: Crisis Shelters & Centers

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 3356
Seal Beach, CA 90740
562-594-9492

Founded in 1979, Interval House is a comprehensive, award-winning agency that operates two emergency shelters, four transitional housing sites, two community service centers, and 10 satellite centers in the highest risk communities of Orange County and surrounding areas. Interval House is unique in the nation for 7 days a week, including: 24-hour crisis hotlines; emergency shelters and transitional housing; community service centers; counseling; legal, health, children's and youth programs; LGBTQ services; pioneering multicultural programs; leadership development; economic self-sufficiency; and community education. Interval House's staff composition is truly unique - 99 percent of Interval House staff and advocates are multilingual, culturally diverse, and have been personally affected by domestic violence.

Illumination Foundation (IF)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21
https://www.ifhomeless.org/
780 Roosevelt
Irvine, CA 92620
(949)273-0555

The mission of Illumination Foundation (IF) is to improve the lives of individuals, families, and children who find themselves homeless and in crisis. Based in Orange County, California, IF is focused on breaking the cycle of homelessness by providing homeless families stability and selfsufficiency at the pre-transitional level by: - Connecting homeless families to “wrap-around” services, which consist of housing; medical and mental health services; case management; food and clothing; counseling and tutoring; and access to public agencies and resources. - Promoting proactive community involvement in providing services to our clients in order to generate awareness of homelessness in Orange County. In July 2008, IF launched the “Pre-Transitional Housing and Wrap-Around Program,” a comprehensive program that houses and supports homeless families with children in motels in Orange County. The transition from “on the street” into stabilized housing is the most difficult hurdle faced by the homeless community and is the critical turning point in improving their lives. By providing stability and support for these families, IF is working to prevent families from falling into the downward spiral leading to chronic homelessness. This program allows families to get off the streets and into a safe housing environment where they are also able to take advantage of the wrap-around services coordinated through IF.

Harbor View Terrace Apartments

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2305 N. Harbor Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92835
714-680-9711

Permanent housing facility for persons with traumatic brain injuries and/or mobility impairments. Complex is made up of 25 one and two bedroom apartments. Applicants must meet HUD income requirements (low and very low income); be at least 18 years of age and capable of complying with all obligations of the house. Resident pays 30% of gross income for rent. There is a utility allowance and an allowance for certain medical costs. Call (714) 680-9711 for application and housing information.

Hannah's House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 429
Orange, CA 92856
714-538-2185

Maternity home for pregnant women, 18 years of age or older who are considering adoption. No other children. The women need not be single, but must have no other housing available to them. Program fees are $400 per month.

Halcyon/Anaheim Interfaith Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 528
Anaheim, CA 92815
714-774-8502

Provides shelter, programs, and supportive services to homeless families with dependent children who desire to make the transition to permanent housing, full-time employment, and self-sufficiency. It is a 9-unit apartment complex. There are on-site workshops to help with performing a job search, life skills, budgeting, an parenting skills. Helps families obtain permanent housing, employment, and self- sufficiency.

H.O.M.E.S., Inc.(Helping Our Mentally Ill Experience Success)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

17701 Cowan Avenue, Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92614
949-851-2766

Supportive independent housing for low-income adults recovering from mental illness. Offers two kinds of housing: 6 houses in which each resident gets a private bedroom and shares the common living areas, and 3 apartment buildings available via referral by County or County-contracted behavioral health care coordinators for homeless individuals with mental illness. Residents in houses are expected to be engaged in structured activities outside the house 20 hours or more each week; these activities could include any combination of paid or volunteer work, school or vocational training, participation in day programs, 12-step meetings, religious services, etc. All residents should be ready and able to self-administer prescribed medication, do their own shopping and cooking, and perform housekeeping tasks. Supportive services include regularly scheduled house or community meetings, coordination of free or low-cost recreational and social activities, and individual appointments as needed. Apartments have onsite case managers 7 days a week; staff are not onsite at the houses day to day, but are available by telephone message or email daily. All housing is affordable for people on SSI. Transitional and permanent housing available, but not emergency shelter; there is generally a waiting list for both types of housing.

Grandma's House of Hope

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1505 E. 17th Street, Suite 116
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8600

Grandma's House of Hope provides transitional care for women in crisis and hungry children in O.C. Working with uniquely challenged and under-served populations such as human trafficking, homeless breast cancer clients in treatment, as well as with domestic violence (2nd step), mentally challenged, those with disabilities, and those who are currently without housing with an urgent need or desire for change. Program provides shelter, food, case management, group and individual counseling, life skills, wardrobe assistance, job search assistance, work force development and internet access. Single women only or those in the re-unification process with their children (children are allowed on site visits). Workforce development is being developed for 2011. Office hourse are Mon-Fri, 9am - 5:00pm. For phone interview, call 714/833-5333.

Grandma's House of Hope

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1505 E. 17th Street, Ste. 116
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8600

Grandma's House of Hope provides transitional care for women in crisis and hungry children in O.C. Working with uniquely challenged and under-served populations such as human trafficking, homeless breast cancer clients in treatment, as well as with domestic violence (2nd step), mentally challenged, those with disabilities, and those who are currently without housing with an urgent need or desire for change. Program provides shelter, food, case management, group and individual counseling, life skills, wardrobe assistance, job search assistance, work force development and internet access. Single women only or those in the re-unification process with their children (children are allowed on site visits). Office hourse are Mon-Fri, 9am - 5:00pm. For phone interview, call 714/833-5333.

Grandma's House of Hope

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1505 E. 17th Street, Ste. 116
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-558-8600

Grandma's House of Hope provides transitional care for women and families in crisis and hungry children in O.C. Working with uniquely challenged and under-served populations such as human trafficking, homeless breast cancer clients in treatment, as well as with domestic violence (2nd step), mentally challenged, those with disabilities, and those who are currently without housing with an urgent need or desire for change. Program provides shelter, food, case management, group and individual counseling, life skills, wardrobe assistance, job search assistance, workforce development and internet access. Single women only or those in the re-unification process with their children (children are allowed on site visits). Office hours are Mon-Fri, 9am - 5:00pm. For phone interview, call 714/833-5333.

Gerry House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1225 W. 6th St.
Santa Ana, CA 92703
714-972-1402

A 3-month residential drug treatment program for IV drug users with 12 beds, shared rooms with 6 beds set aside for HIV+ individuals. Serves men and women. Provides food, case management, housing, individual, family and group therapy, and transportation. Sliding fee, county funded. Call for an appointment to be interviewed and placed on the waiting list. After care available after successful completion of program. Must be at least 18 years old, and an Orange County resident. Cannot be employed for first 2 months.

Family Assistance Ministries: Gilchrist House Interim/Transitional Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1030 Calle Negocio
San Clemente, CA 92673
949-492-8477

Faith-based program located in San Clemente with 26-bed capacity. Program is appropriate for homeless single women and women with children. Our interim program has a goal of graduating residents by the end of 4 months. The program offers case management, life skills classes, budget counseling and referrals to job counseling and debt counseling. Program is geared toward helping homeless women become stabilized, achieve reunification with children, return to work and obtain permanent housing. Fees are on a sliding scale. Call for phone interview. Hunger and Homeless Prevention Program: Each new client meets with a case manager who evaluates his or her needs, creates a working budget and a plan for financial stability, and provides community referrals as needed in order to regain self-sufficiency. After assessment, clients may receive the following FAM resources: food and personal care items, security deposit or rent, utility assistance, financial assistance for healthcare, transportation assistance, and workforce development services. Rapid Re-Housing: FAM's Rapid Re-Housing Program helps place homeless individuals and families into permanent housing with the short-term goal of financial independence from FAM. Clients are provided financial counseling, food and other wraparound services. FAM serves 10 communities in southern OC: Aliso Viejo, Capistrano Beach, Dana Point, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Rancho Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, and San Juan Capistrano. (Please note that FAM's Gilchrist House Interim/Transitional Shelter and Rapid Re-Housing programs can serve homeless outside of FAM's geographic region.)

Families Forward

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-06

8 Thomas
Irvine, CA 92618
949-552-2727

Families Forward's housing program helps homeless families with minor age children regain self-sufficiency. Supportive services for these families may include financial assistance, counseling, food, medical services and career coaching to ultimately help each family achieve self-sufficiency Homeless prevention services: food pantry, community counseling, access to social service benefits, and career workshops.

Emmanuel Residence/Mercy House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Emmanuel Residence is a 21-bed permanent housing program for single men and women living with HIV/AIDS. Emmanuel Residence provides case management, life skills classes, personalized housing stabilization plans, and referrals to programs and resources throughout the community to maintain stable housing.

Eli Home

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26
https://elihome.org/
1175 N. East Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 300-0600

A shelter for abused and neglected mothers and their children. This facility has 20 beds. Stay up to 3 months. Provides: housing, food, clothing, counseling, and classes.Transitional Housing for abused children and their mothers. Program includes:    24 hour shelter with staff    Love and Logic for effective parenting    Social skills, self-esteem, boundaries, respect for others    Healthy child-parent interaction skills    Understanding and dealing with feelings; anger management    Vocational imaging (interviewing skills, job training)    Individual and group counseling    Extended services, e.g., year round and extra holiday assistance    Referral of families to needed services and resources    Assistance with obtaining permanent housing

Come to Him Ministries

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

540 La Cadena Way, Suite 6
La Habra, CA 90631
562-665-7922

Faith-based program located in Placentia, La Habra and Whittier. Four living facilities with a 60 bed capacity. Program is appropriate for single men, single women, and women with children. Residents are required to be clean and sober. Probation and parole are acceptable. Our program starts with a probation period and then moves into a covenant of up to one year. Our program offers case management, life skills training, budget counseling and referrals for job counseling and training. It is geared towards helping individuals without housing due to crisis situations, job loss, divorce/separation, sickness, estranged family, past substance abuse or mild mental illness. We desire to find them relief, rehabilitation and development. Fees are $540 per month for singles and $650 per month for women with children. We also offer a sliding scale for those who are eligible.

Civic Center Barrio Housing Corp

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1277 South Lyon Street, Suite 505
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-835-0406

Helps low and very low income recipients ranging between 30-50% of the county median obtain housing. Must meet the income restriction designed and structured by HUD, must have a source of income 2 times the rental amount and must be able to provide proof of income, identification, social security, birth certificate, employment, etc. All applicants age 18 and over must pass a background check and complete CCBHC's application process to determine eligibility.

Casa Teresa

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O.Box 429
Orange, CA 92856
714-538-4860

This is a transitional living program with shared rooms for pregnant women who are alone. Will help women become self-supporting, independent and good mothers. Also offer housing for women who are choosing to place their child with an adoptive family. Offers nursing care, case management, counseling and educational programs.

American Family Housing

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

15161 Jackson Street
Midway City, CA 92655
714-897-3221

American Family Housing provides a continuum of interim and permanent housing and a broad spectrum of related services to vulnerable populations facing barriers to achieving housing stability, including veterans and adults with disabilities and mental illness serving Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties. American Family Housing provides flexible and responsive services based on the specific needs of each individual. AFH offers an extensive range of programs including intensive case management, nursing consultation, budgeting, employment, therapeutic counseling, credit, crisis intervention and eviction prevention.



Orange County Food Assistance Programs

See our list of food assistance programs. We list food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Orange County.

We Care of Los Alamitos

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

3788 Cerritos Avenue
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
562-598-9790

Offers assistance with food, personal care products, utility assistance, rent, case management services and travel vouchers. Rent depends on funding available. By appointment only.

Southwest Community Center (SMEDA)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1601 W. Second Street
Santa Ana, CA 92703
714-547-4073

The Southwest Community Center provides assistance to the poor and disadvantaged, helping them to become self dependent. Services provided include hot meals, distribution of government commodities, food baskets, distribution of surplus food from markets, distribution of clothing, free rental and utility assistance to avoid eviction, referrals to agencies for jobs and documentation assistance, holiday meals and gifts for children in the community. Breakfast 8am daily, lunch 12 noon. Food bags and clothing 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10am - 11am. Rental and utility assistance Tuesday and Thursday, 10am - 12 noon by telephone appointment only.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Orange County

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1505 E. 17th Street, Suite 109
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-542-0448

Council sponsors numerous parishes throughout Orange County, many of which have programs for food, shelter, motel vouchers and clothing. Call for referral to local parish.

Share Our Selves Clinic - Costa Mesa

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
http://www.shareourselves.org
1550 Superior Ave
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-270-2100

SOS provides a Free Medical Clinic- Walk in clinic only. Also available on site- Pharmacy, laboratory. Eye Clinic also available for eye tests and glasses. Dental Clinic- provides restorative and preventative general dentistry. Also, provides Social Services- food, clothing, Counseling, financial aid and referrals. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm

Share Our Selves (SOS)

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-06
http://www.shareourselves.org
1550 Superior
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-270-2100

Share Our Selves (SOS) provides services for low-income and homeless individuals and families in Orange County. SOS Social Services provides food, emergency financial assistance, case management, legal aid and seasonal programs. Additional resources and referrals for services throughout the county are provided when needed. The SOS Food Pantry is open Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 2:45pm. Direct financial assistance is available for basic necessities including rent, utilities and transportation. Emergency Financial Aid is available Monday - Friday. The Financially Fit Classes, sponsored by Wells Fargo, are free and open to the community the first Wednesday of the month at 8:30am at SOS.

Oxford House for Men - Pilot

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-20
http://www.oxfordhouse.org/
506 N. Maplewood Street
Orange, CA 92867
714-771-4522

Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided.Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit.

Irvine Inn

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2810 Warner Ave.
Irvine, CA 92606
949-551-7999

192 fully-furnished units with kitchenettes and large bathroom. Full service lobby, community room, computer room, workout room, TV/game room, laundry room, vending machines, food preparation area for group activities. Call for income requirements and rent.

House of Hope

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-21

P.O. Box 4007
Santa Ana, CA 92702
(714)541-4100

House of Hope, operated by the Orange County Rescue Mission, provides shelter and food for homeless women and children. House of Hope's home page provides general information on homelessness, opportunities to email the guests, the story of one single mother's homelessness and information on how to assist the organization.

H.O.P.E - Garden Grove

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://www.hopebiz.org/
11022 Acacia Parkway
Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-539-4357

Family Support Center provides services are for single women with children. Call for an appointment for initial assessment. Provides food, diapers, toiletries, and clothing. Offers a resume writing class, career classes, a women's support group resource and referrals and basic needs. Also offers homework, computer and music classes for children.

Friendly Center - Main

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://friendlycenter.org/
147 West Rose Avenue
Orange, CA 92867
714-771-5300

A community resource center which offer food, counseling, job placement, tutoring, parenting classes, youth programs, medical, rental, utility & financial assistance.

First Southern Baptist Church

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

6801 Western Avenue
Buena Park, CA 90621
714-522-7201

Emergency Shelter for 1 night for homeless single adults and families. Also provides on-site meals, groceries every 30 days, counseling, and showers (but not toiletries). A faith-based organization.

Corbin Family Resource Center - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://factoc.org/corbin/
2215 West McFadden Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-480-3737

Resource center to help people with finding vocational schools, community colleges, GED classes. They also assist with resources for food, clinics, utility bills, computer classes, parenting classes, and counseling. Hours: Mon & Wed 11 am - 8 pm, Tue, Th, Fri 8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Community Resources Care Center

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

350 S. Hillcrest Street
La Habra, CA 90633
562-697-1199

Serves La Habra residents (ID required) with food, referrals, bus passes, prescription assistance, utility assistance, motel vouchers and hygiene kits. Open 10am - 4pm, Tues, Weds & Thurs.

Catholic Worker

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

316 S. Cypress Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92701
714-835-6304

Sunday meal, coffee and doughnuts, hygiene and clothing too, at 8:30-9:30am only, at 316 S. Cypress, Santa Ana. Meals on Wednesdays and Fridays served at 10:30am and 5:30pm at the Civic Center on Ross between Civic Center Blvd and Santa Ana Blvd.

Catholic Charities

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

3631 W. Warner Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-668-1130

Food program on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 7:30am-noon. Picture ID required.



Orange County Rent and Bill Pay Assistance Programs

See our list of financial assistance programs. We list bill pay services, prescription assistance programs, mortgage assistance programs in Orange County.

Vietnamese Community of OC, Inc.

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1618 W. First St.
Santa Ana, CA 92703
714-558-6009

Non-profit organization providing assistance to the underserved populations residing in Orange County. We provide medical, dental, mental health, and social services. For additional information about our current programs/services please go to thevncoc.org or call 714-418-2040 or 714-558-6009. We speak English, Vietnamese, and Spanish.

Straight Talk Clinic - Cypress

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://straighttalkcounseling.org/about.htm
5712 Camp Street
Cypress, CA 90630
714-828-2000

Outpatient Counseling - provides low or no-cost psychological counseling and crisis intervention. Does counseling for many problems, including depression. No Substance abuse counseling. Parenting classes and also anger management classes. Women's support group and Adult Molested as Children (AMAC). Fees are set on a sliding scale bases, based on ability to pay.

South County Outreach

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26
http://www.sco-oc.org
7 Whatney, Suite B
Irvine, CA 92618
949-380-8144

For families needing assistance with rent and utilities in South Orange County to prevent eviction, as funds are available. Call for information.

Park Place Village

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1662 Newport Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-646-7804

60 fully-furnished units. Income cannot exceed $28,400. Rents are $710 for studio, $756 for a single. Gated parking with carports available for rent. Six month minimum commitment, no maximum stay. No pets. Close to bus route.

Mariposa Women and Family Center - Orange

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.mariposacenter.org/
812 West Town & Country Road
Orange, CA 92868
714-547-6494

Women's outpatient substance abuse treatment program. Also offers services including: parenting classes, general mental health counseling for individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families. Life skills and anger management. Free bilingual childcare available. Sliding scale based on income. Hours: Mon-Th 9 am - 9 pm, Fri 9 am - 5 pm, Sat 9 am - 4 pm

Heritage House North

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

321 N. State College Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92806
714-687-0077

Six month residential substance abuse treatment program for women and children. Women must be 18 years of age and pregnant or parenting mother of one or more children. Sliding fee scale.

Heritage House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2212 Placentia Ave.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-646-2271

Six month residential substance abuse treatment program for women with children. Women must be 18 years of age, pregnant and/or parenting mother of one or more children. Must have a child in their custody. Sliding fee scale.

Catholic Charities Counseling Center - Orange County

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://ccoc.org
1800 East 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-347-9674

Individual, couple and family counseling. Mental health services including, counseling, substance abuse services, anger management, parenting classes and medication services. Services are also available to Spanish speaking and hearing impaired clients. Fee: Sliding scale and MediCal.

Casa Youth Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

10911 Reagan Street
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
800-914-2272

Temporary crisis shelter for youth 12 to 17 years of age. May stay up to two weeks. Program offers individual, group, and family counseling to residents of the shelter. Parenting classes offered in English and Spanish. All services offered on a sliding scale fee.

C.S.P.

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1221 E. Dyer Road, Suite 120
Santa Ana, CA 92705
949-494-4311

A children's residential service with 6 beds and single and shared rooms. For children ages 13 to 17. Family members may attend counseling sessions. A weekly fee on a sliding scale can be paid by private pay. This is a three-week program (two weeks in Huntington Beach), but may stay longer if necessary. Some Spanish. Referrals only through Orange County Health Care Agency. Must complete a telephone interview (information on presenting problem), and set-up an assessment time with both parent and child. Supervised at all times, but allowed to go on approved outings.

C.A.R.E Counseling Center - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06

1614 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-836-9900

Substance abuse addictions, parenting and anger management, and child abuse. Spanish and English spoken. All Services are free for Spanish speaking clients. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

Bodhisattva Center - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06

2414 S Fairview St
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-973-8186

Batterer Intervention, anger management, parenting, and child abuse treatment for offenders only. Victims may attend a domestic abuse support group. They offer low cost counseling for individuals, couples, and families. English or Spanish. Sliding scale low cost fees. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am - 9 pm, Sat 9 am - 5 pm

AIDS Services Foundation

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

17982 Sky Park Circle, Suite J
Irvine, CA 92614
949-809-5700

Limited financial assistance for HIV-disabled clients of Ryan White funded case management agencies, for rent, utilities, medical insurance and medications. Checks are written to landlords, utility companies, insurance company or pharmacy. For more information, clients should contact their case manager.

Addiction Treatment Center - Huntington Beach

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://www.centerfortxofaddiction.com
5482 Business Drive
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-992-1677

Outpatient treatment tailored to each person's drug/alcohol abuse patterns and any co-occurring problems like mental health issues, managing stress and anger, gang prevention, domestic violence and child abuse prevention/intervention, parenting classes, social adjustment, resolving differences, building relationships, and managing money. Vocational training. Public notary services. Sliding scale. English and Spanish.

Addiction Treatment Center - Garden Grove

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://www.centerfortxofaddiction.com
10031 Lampson Avenue
Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-992-1677

Outpatient treatment tailored to a person's substance abuse patterns and any co-occurring problems such as mental health issues. Stress and anger management; gang, domestic violence, and child abuse prevention/ intervention; individual/family counseling, parenting classes, social adjustment, building relationships; money management; vocational training. Public notary service. Sliding scale. English or Spanish.

Addiction Treatment Center - Fullerton

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://centerfortxofaddiction.com
104 North Raymond Avenue, Suite A-2
Fullerton, CA 92831
714-992-1677

Outpatient treatment tailored to a person's substance abuse patterns and any co-occurring problems such as mental health issues. Stress and anger management; gang, domestic violence, and child abuse prevention/ intervention; individual/family counseling, parenting classes, social adjustment, building relationships; money management; vocational training. Public notary service. Sliding scale. English or Spanish.

Action Consultants Therapy - Huntington Beach

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://actionconsultants.org
2124 Main Street, Suite 120
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
949-645-7484

A place for probationers, parolees, court-ordered offenders, or anyone needing to complete an outpatient program for alcohol or drugs, domestic violence, anger. Group therapy curriculum covers education and awareness on topics like child abuse and neglect, parenting, co-dependency, drug testing, relapse prevention and recovery planning, lifestyle changes. Not for the victims. Sliding scale; $35 intake. English/Spanish.

Action Consultants Therapy - Fullerton

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://actionconsultants.org
2651 East Chapman Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714-449-9982

A place for probationers, parolees, court-ordered offenders, or anyone needing to complete an outpatient program for alcohol or drugs, domestic violence, anger. Group therapy curriculum covers education and awareness on topics like child abuse and neglect, parenting, co-dependency, drug testing, relapse prevention and recovery planning, lifestyle changes. Not for the victims. Sliding scale; $35 intake. English/Spanish.

Action Consultants Therapy - Costa Mesa

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
http://actionconsultants.org
1670 Santa Ana Avenue, Suite F
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-645-7484

A place for probationers, parolees, court-ordered offenders, or anyone needing to complete an outpatient program for alcohol or drugs, domestic violence, anger. Group therapy curriculum covers education and awareness on topics like child abuse and neglect, parenting, co-dependency, drug testing, relapse prevention and recovery planning, lifestyle changes. Not for the victims. Sliding scale; $35 intake. English/Spanish. Hours: Mon-Th 9 am - 5 pm, Fri 2 - 5 pm



Orange County Health Care Assistance Programs and Clinics

See our list of clinics and healthcare assistance programs. The list contains free clincs: dental and medical, health care assistant payment programs, etc.

Laguna Beach Community Clinic - Laguna Beach

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
http://lbclinic.org
362 Third Street
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949-494-0761

Offers quality medical, dental, and health education services to low-income and uninsured residents of Orange County by utilizing a sliding fee scale and public support funds for care reimbursement. Hours: Mon-Th 8 am - 5 pm, Fri-Sat 8 am - 12 pm

Clinica Mi Pueblo - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
http://clinicamipueblo.com
720 South Harbor Boulevard
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-775-3197

Medical clinic: no insurance accepted and no appointments needed. This is basic medical care and services. Please call for more details.

Clinica Mi Pueblo - Anaheim

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
http://clinicamipueblo.com
500 North Anaheim Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-502-9022

Medical clinic: no insurance accepted and no appointments needed. This is basic medical care and services. Please call for more details.

Clinica Medica San Miguel - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15

316 North Bristol Street
Santa Ana, CA 92703
714-972-4995

Medical clinic. Client does not have to have insurance or an appointment. General medicine, cash only. Inexpensive medical care



Orange County Homeless Shelters and Homeless Assistance Programs

See our list of homeless programs. We list homeless shelters, day shelters, homeless resources for me, women, and families.

Vietnamese League of Orange County

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

13139 Harbor Blvd.
Garden Grove, CA 92843
714-537-7808

Emergency shelter for homeless Asian refugees.

The Sheepfold

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 4487
Orange, CA 92863
714-237-1444

Shelter for women 18 years and older with children. Pregnant women accepted if they also have other children. No walk-ins. Office hours Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm. 6 month maximum stay. Bible study and church attendance is mandatory. No boys 12 years of age or older.

S.T.A.R.T. House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

808 La Vergn Way
Santa Ana, CA 92703
714-554-1237

A transitional living program for people with HIV/AIDS, substance abuse problems and the homeless. A 6-bed, shared room facility. There is a sliding scale fee, based on income, no one turned away for inability to pay. Private pay or assistance programs. Required to attend AA or NA meetings. Maximum length of stay is 4 months. Must remain drug and alcohol free; residents are tested. Must have medical diagnosis, and lab work.

Orangewood Children's Foundation

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1575 East 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-619-0200

Up to 25 months of transitional living available to the following qualifications: 18-24 year old females, emancipated, AB12 qualified, probation youth. Program participants are emancipated foster youth. Program includes educational, career life skills training as well as physical and emotional health components. Program goals are to decrease homelessness and increase self-sufficiency. Call for details.

Orangewood Children & Family Center

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

401 The City Drive
Orange, CA 92868
714-935-7584

Under the auspices of the County of Orange, Department of Social Services, this facility provides emergency shelter care for children between the ages of two days old and 18 years, who have been neglected, abused, molested or abandoned. Multi-disciplinary assessment and treatment and medical services. Provides year-round education.

Mercy House/Regina House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Regina House is a transitional shelter program for homeless single mothers and their children. Families are housed together; shelter provided for 7 mothers and up to 3 children per mother. Various life skills classes are offered, as well as case management. There is an in-person interview for prospective clients. Residents are required to work or be in on the job training.

Mercy House/Joseph House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Joseph House is a transitional shelter program for homeless single men. There are 21 beds in shared rooms. Occupancy fees are on a sliding scale. To apply, call to set up interview. There are various life skills classes, as well as case management. Residents are required to work.

Laurel House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

One Hope Drive
Tustin, CA 92782
714-247-4379

A teenage crisis shelter. A six-bed facility with shared rooms for girls ages 12-17. Open for teenagers who are willing to work and make changes in life. Family must be involved. No teens with drugs, gangs, on probation, pregnant or that have violent behavior. A sliding scale fee program. Teens must be enrolled in school. Maximum stay is 6 to 18 months, but may stay longer depending on circumstances. Not a rehabilitation center. No drugs or alcohol allowed. English only spoken but Spanish translators are available. All teens screened for STDs.

Human Options

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 53745
Irvine, CA 92619
949-737-5242

A non-profit organization whose mission is to help battered women, their community and also provides intervention and education programs. Emergency Shelter, can stay up to 45 days (counseling and a Family healing center provided).

Hope House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

707 N. Anaheim Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-776-7490

An alcohol and drug residential rehab program. Serves men and women. Highly structured social model with individual and group therapy. No one turned away for inability to pay. Maximum stay 3 months. Zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol. Orange County residents or homeless.

H.I.S. House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

907 N. Bradford Avenue
Placentia, CA 92870
714-993-5774

A residence-based transitional center offering shelter and support services to homeless individuals and families for up to 120 days.

Friendship Shelter

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 4252
Laguna Beach, CA 92652
949-494-6928

A shelter for unaccompanied men and women. Has 32 beds with shared rooms. There is no fee. Residents are required to work, or be actively looking for a viable source of income. They offer job preparation and counseling. Clients must be out of house from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Very structured program. Interested individuals must call Wednesdays at 10:30am. Mandated to stay clean and sober, tested upon entry and randomly during stay. Average length of stay is 60 to 90 days. Must keep calling, even after put on waiting list to see if a bed has opened up.

Bethany House/Mercy House

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-836-7188

Bethany House is a transitional shelter program for homeless single women. There are 12 beds in shared rooms. Occupancy fees are on a sliding scale. To apply, call to place self on waitlist. In-person interview for prospective clients.



Orange County Alcohol and Drug Rehab Assistance Programs

See our list of drug rehab programs. We list free rehab center, sliding fee scale, alcohol and drug assistance programs and more..

Orange County, CA Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Local Rehab Assistance: 855-401-7007

Specialists trained to find the best treatment solutions at little to no cost. Call for location and rates for rehab.

WISE Place

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1411 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92706
714-542-3577

A transitional living program for employed or employable women. Must be free of alcohol and drugs. Weekly fee, 30 bed facility with shared and single rooms. Intake interviews 9:30-11:00am every Wednesday. A 90 day program.

Victory Outreach/Southeast Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

P.O. Box 1863
Santa Ana, CA 92702
714-479-0155

Residential rehab for men and women. Free services including treatment for chemical dependency, emotional issues, youth, marriage, spousal abuse.

Touchstones

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 849
Orange, CA 92856
714-639-5542

A residential, recovery program for children age 13 to 17 with alcohol/other drug problems. A 23-bed shared room facility, with sliding fee scale. OC Health Care Agency contracts 15 beds. Residents participate in treatment groups and activities, and attend 12 step meetings. Maximum length of stay is 6 months. Call for an assessment.

The Villa

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

910 N. French St.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-541-2732

A residential, recovery program for women who have a problem with alcohol and drugs. 24 bed, shared room facility. Accepts insurance and private pay, sliding scale. Some Spanish speaking staff. 90 day commitment.

The Center For The Treatment Of Addiction

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

10031 Lampson Ave.
Garden Grove, CA 92840
714-992-1677

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Service providing drug and alcohol education, relapse prevention, individual, family counseling sessions and random drug testing. A sliding scale is available for those who qualify.

The Center For The Treatment Of Addiction

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2701 E. Chapman Ave. Suite 111
Fullerton, CA 92831
714-992-1677

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Service providing drug and alcohol education, relapse prevention, individual, family counseling sessions and random drug testing. A sliding scale is available for those who qualify.

The Center For The Treatment Of Addiction

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

5482 Business Dr. Suite A
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
714-992-1677

Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Service providing drug and alcohol education, relapse prevention, individual, family counseling sessions and random drug testing. A sliding scale is available for those who qualify.

Sober Living by the Sea, Inc.

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06

2811 Villa Way
Newport Beach, CA 92663
949-673-6696

Operated by CRC Health Group, offers sixteen facilities ranging from male only, female only, outpatient, and co-ed. Therapy includes Drug and Alcohol Counseling, Eating Disorders, Cognitive, Dialectical, Group, and Psychotherapy. Please call administrative offices for more details on locations, entrance requirements, and pay scales.

Center for the Treatment of Addiction - Fullerton

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06

104 North Raymond Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714-992-1677

Offers counseling for substance abuse, domestic violence, child abuse, anger management and sex education Fee: Sliding scale. One time enrollment fee.

Casa Elena Woman's Recovery Home

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

832 S. Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-772-5580

A 6-bed, shared room residential program. For females 18 years of age or older who are alcoholics and drug addicts that want to become sober. Must be sober for at least 24 hours, and free of medical problems to be admitted. Bi-lingual. For Latina women, but does not discriminate. Payment on a sliding fee scale. 90 day live-in program. Probation approved.



Orange County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Orange County.

Woodglen Recovery

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

771 W. Orangethorpe Ave
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-879-0929

A 90-day residential recovery program. 14 beds County funded, 10 private pay, shared room facility for men and women. Sliding scale, private pay only. After 30 days residents are required to work. Detox is 5 to 7 days. Individual must call to set up interview. Maximum length of stay is 90 days.

Unidos Recovery Home

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

9842 W. 13th St. Suite B
Garden Grove, CA 92844
714-531-4624

A residential recovery detox program. 12 detox beds, 47 county beds, 4 DrugCourt beds and 18 AB-109 beds - shared room facility for men. County funded. Maximum length of stay is 3 months. Bi-lingual. Sliding fee available. All men welcomed who are ready and willing to learn and live in recovery. Unidos has AB109 contract and DrugCourt contract.

Planned Parenthood - Westminster

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/california/westminster/92683/westminster-health-cent
14372 Beach Boulevard
Westminster, CA 92683
714-922-4100

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Westminster

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
http://www.pposbc.org
14372 Beach Boulevard.
Westminster, CA 92683
714-922-4100

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/california/santa-ana/92705/santa-ana-health-center-2
1421 East 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-922-4100

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-orange-san-bernardino
1421 East 17th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-922-4100

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Orange

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/california/orange/92866/orange-health-center-3264-90
700 South Tustin Street
Orange, CA 92865
714-633-4550

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Orange

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-orange-san-bernardino
700 South Tustin Street
Orange, CA 92865
714-633-4550

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Mission Viejo

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/california/mission-viejo/92691/mission-viejo-health-
26137 La Paz Road, Suite 200
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
949-768-3643

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Mission Viejo

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-orange-san-bernardino
26137 La Paz Road, Suite 200
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
949-768-3643

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Anaheim

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-06
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/california/anaheim/92805/anaheim-health-center-2284-
303 W Lincoln Ave. Suite 105
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-956-2002

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Planned Parenthood - Anaheim

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-15
https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-orange-san-bernardino
303 W Lincoln Ave. Suite 105
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-956-2002

Provides health care services. This includes general health care, birth control, emergency contraception, abortions, CID testing, HPV and Hepatitis vaccines, men's health services, women's health services, pregnancy testing and services.

Newport Community Counseling Center

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2200 San Joaquin Hills Rd.
Newport Beach, CA 92660

We are a non-profit counseling center providing individual, family and marital counseling. We offer these services on a sliding scale.

Mary Erickson Community Housing

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

PO Box 775
San Clemente, CA 92674
949-369-5419

Operates 3 apartment complexes in San Clemente for low-income working families. Must income qualify.

Legal Aid Society of Orange County - Santa Ana

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-07
http://www.legal-aid.com
2101 N Tustin Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
800-834-5001

Provide legal advice, counseling, and representation to low income individuals on various civil matters. Will also assist filing SSI appeals and applications. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm

Legal Aid Society of Orange County - Anaheim

Date Added/Updated: 2017-11-07
http://www.legal-aid.com
250 East Center Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-571-5200

Provide legal advice, counseling, and representation to low income individuals on various civil matters. Will also assist filing SSI appeals and applications. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Hagan Place

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

383 Third Street
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
949-376-3033

Twenty-three independent living apartments for men and women disabled by HIV or AIDS as defined by a physician. Income must fall within federal limits, presently $32,550 for 1 person, $37,200 for 2 people. Waiting list. Call for application.

Fullerton City Lights

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

224 E Commonwealth
Fullerton, CA 92832

137 furnished studio apartments for individuals earning $12,144 to $40,500 annually, or couples earning $12,144 to $46,250 annually.

CSP - Dispute Resolution Services

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

1221 E. Dyer Rd. Suite 120
Santa Ana, CA 92705
949-250-4058

Non-profit. Staff and volunteers are trained mediators who are able to assist disputing parties reach a mutually agreed upon solution. Types of disputes: neighbor/neighbor, landlord/tenant, roommate conflicts, others. Bilingual mediators available. Fees: sliding scale fee schedule, no one denied services if unable to pay.

Costa Mesa Village

Date Added/Updated: 2017-10-26

2450 Newport Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
96 single apart