SABHC Partners

The Cambodian Family

A grassroots, non-profit community-based organization, helping refugees and immigrants develop the knowledge, skills, and desires for creating better health and well-being in their lives. 

http://cambodianfamily.org/ 714-571-1966 ext. 117

(Health for All Workgroup)

Community Health Initiative of Orange County (CHIOC)

A non-profit agency dedicated to connecting children, families and other adults to affordable and quality heal care and social services. CHIOC helps families by screening them for health care and social services programs, determining their eligibility and assisting them with the enrollment process.

http://www.chioc.org/

(Health and Prevention for All Workgroup)

The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Clinics

The Coalition is a consortium of licensed non-profit community health centers and key partners creating quality healthcare for vulnerable, underserved communities.

http://www.coccc.org/

(Health and Prevention for All Workgroup)

The LGBT Center OC

The LGBT Center Orange County’s mission is to advocate on behalf of the Orange County Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer/Questioning communities and provide services that ensure its well-being and positive identity.

http://www.lgbtcenteroc.org/ 714-953-5428

(Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

El Centro Cultural de México

An alternative space in Santa Ana where the community can find cultural, educational, and artistic activities that strengthen their identities, develop their talents and develop a sense of leadership in their community. Through educational programming, which includes workshops in dance, music, art, and literacy, it promotes understanding and appreciation of the contributions of the many cultures in our region by sharing knowledge of Mexico’s rich cultural, and educational, and social legacy.

http://elcentroculturaldemexico.org/

(Equity for All Workgroup)        

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE OC)

A vibrant network of clergy and congregational leaders committed to walking alongside low wage and immigrant families in struggles for justice. CLUE Orange County draws people from a broad spectrum of faith – including Catholic, Evangelical, Jewish, Muslim and Pentecostal – committed to addressing low wage poverty and the needs of immigrants in our communities.

http://clueoc.org/

(Equity for All Workgroup, Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

The Kennedy Commission

A collaborative of community members that advocates for the production of homes for Orange County families earning less than $20,000 annually. Kennedy Commission strives to develop solutions to housing needs, affirm the dignity of families with low and extremely low-incomes and to unite communities across Orange County to support the development of homes that are affordable to all residents.

http://www.kennedycommission.org/

(Equity for All Workgroup)

KidWorks

Restores at-risk neighborhoods, one life at a time. Their vision is to transform challenged neighborhoods in central Santa Ana by building on the strengths and potential in the community through education, character formation, and personal development.

http://kidworksonline.org/       714-834-9400

(Restorative Justice for All Workgroup, Health and Prevention for All Workgroup, and Equity for All Workgroup)

Latino Health Access

Assists in improving the quality of life and health of low-income, uninsured, under-served people through quality preventive services and educational programs, emphasizing full participation in decisions affecting health. Latino Health Access forges partnerships , engages and helps elevate the community’s voice, and advocates alongside the community and partners to achieve health equity for all.

http://www.latinohealthaccess.org/     714-542-7792

(Equity for All Workgroup, Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

Madison Park Neighborhood Association

A 501 (c3) resident-lead organization working to improve the quality of life for neighborhood residents of all ages.  Their mission is to develop neighborhood integrity and pride through civic engagement and leadership development.  MPNA advocates for neighborhood and school improvements that promote healthy lifestyles through exercise, nutrition, academics, family and community development activities. 

http://www.madisonparkna.org/ Madisonparkna@gmail.com 714-824-0805

(Equity for All Workgroup)

Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)

Combines community organizing, civic participation, strategic research, and advocacy to engage residents, workers, and stakeholders in local government decisions that impact economic opportunity, community health, and overall quality of life.

http://occord.org/

(Equity for All Workgroup)

Orange County Congregation Community Organization (OCCCO)

OCCCO is a community organization that develops transformational leaders within diverse, multi-cultural, interfaith communities who together have the power to shape equitable public policy throughout Orange County. It strives to create an Orange County where all people live with dignity and thrive. 

http://www.occcopico.org/      714.491.0771 

(Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

Orange County Immigrant Youth United (OCIYU)

Formerly known as Orange County Dream Team (OCDT), OCIYU is an undocumented immigrant youth-led organization that advocates for the rights of undocumented immigrants to live lives free from exploitation and persecution.

http://www.ociyu.org/                 (816) 936-2498                 info@ociyu.org

(Health and Prevention for All Workgroup)

Orange County Labor Federation (OCLF)

The Federation is the official regional body that brings together unions from different sectors to fight for descent wages, safe working environments, strong communities and upward mobility. The Federation's mission is to build worker power through union organizing, political education, economic development and training programs to give workers a voice to improve their lives. The Federation works to build strong coalitions with faith and civil rights organizations, the community and other allies to advocate and support policies that improve the quality of life for all working families.

http://www.oclabor.org/            714-385-1534

(Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

Project Kinship

Mission is to increase community safety, promote hope, health and well-being among the formerly incarcerated and their families, and help individuals successfully re-enter the community. Project Kinships’ vision is to break the cycles of gangs and incarceration in our communities and create pathways to successful reentry while lowering recidivism and increasing community safety.

http://projectkinship.org/          714-909-5225  

(Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

Public Law Center

Provides free legal services to low income residents and other nonprofits in Orange County. PLC serves a wide range of clients, including immigrants, minorities, veterans, seniors, children, and low-income residents of Orange County. The issues range from domestic violence, human trafficking, guardianship, housing, health, bankruptcy, asylum, family law, consumer fraud, immigration, discrimination, and advocacy. Services range from training seminars to individual legal advice to full representation. 

http://www.publiclawcenter.org/

(Health and Prevention for All Workgroup)

Resilience OC

R.O.C. hopes to promote resilient youth leaders that engage in the critical work of building youth-oriented institutions and movements in Orange County.

www.resilienceoc.org/

(Health and Prevention for All Workgroup, Restorative Justice for All Workgroup)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Defends the fundamental rights outlined in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These include the right to freedom of speech and assembly; the right to religious freedom; due process of law; equality before the law; and the right to privacy. The ACLU also relies on state constitutional provisions and federal and state laws that further these and similar rights.

https://www.aclusocal.org/      Belinda Escobosa Helzer 714-450-3962, ext. 102

(Technical Support for SABHC workgroups)

Voice of OC

In addition to real-time investigations into government fraud, waste and abuse. The Voice of OC also regularly analyzes tough public policy debates asking what produces healthier communities.

http://voiceofoc.org/

(Technical Support for SABHC workgroups)

Partners' Roles

Health and Prevention for All workgroup

Community Health Initiative of Orange County (CHIOC)

The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Clinics

The Cambodian Family

KidWorks

Orange County Immigrant Youth United (OCIYU)

Public Law Center

Resilience OC

 

Equity for All workgroup

El Centro Cultural de México

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE OC)

The Kennedy Commission

KidWorks

Latino Health Access

Madison Park Neighborhood Association

Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)

 

Restorative Justice for All workgroup

The LGBT Center OC

Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE OC)

KidWorks

Latino Health Access

Orange County Congregation Community Organization (OCCCO)

Orange County Labor Federation (OCLF)

Project Kinship

Resilience OC

 

Technical Support for SABHC workgroups

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Voice of OC