2-1-1 Orange County
Our Courage to Connect Program will help veterans returning to Orange County transition back into civilian life. To encourage successful transitions and improved connections to services, 211OC is partnering with Volunteers of America of Greater LA, SoCalGas, Sisters of St. Joseph Healthcare Foundation and Orange County Community Foundation to provide over 400 veterans one-on-one care and attention. We have built an online portal in FY 15/16 specifically developed to support veterans and military families and will work to maintain it.
Non Profit Organization Yes
Areas of Service To Veterans Transitioning
Santa Ana, California
- The Mission of 2-1-1 Orange County is to help people find the help they need by eliminating the barriers to finding and accessing social services in Orange County. For over 28 years, we have connected residents in need to critical social services in Orange County such as housing, job placement, food, and health insurance. With the inception of 2-1-1 in Orange County in 2005, a simple toll free, three digit phone number that is easy to remember, we now connect thousands of individuals and families to needed community based programs, including where to find a community clinic, dental care, immunizations, and prescription assistance, food, homeless shelters, elder and child care, legal services and other resources offered by local nonprofits and government agencies.