updated resources

  

For more information on the Corona Virus and its impact on the community please visit:

www.ocgov.com

&

www.ochealthinfo.com 

  

For information on emergency services such as food, shelter and information on the coronavirus call 211 or visit:

www.211oc.org 


Meals on Wheels Adult Services

Check website for local food pickups, community members may need to sign up for meals on wheels program

Upon arrival to location. This service is being offered at most senior centers, check the website for more details.

https://www.mealsonwheelsoc.org/covid-19-adult-day-services/

  

MEAL DELIVERY FOR SENIORS 60+
(714) 480-6450 , (800) 510-2020

Delivers meals regularly to homebound seniors over the age of 60. Call to set up delivery or visit the website at:

www.officeonaging.ocgov.com/services/hdm  

  

CALVALRY CHAPEL WESTGROVE

(714)  897-8972

Monday, 6:30PM—9:30PM

9301 Westminster Ave, Garden Grove—Bring Picture ID


Food Bags

  

LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES

12432 S. 9th St., Garden Grove

(714)  534– 6450

2nd & 4th Monday 9:30AM—12:30PM 


2nd Harvest

Wed and Thurs: 10AM-12PM & 1-3PM

(949) 653-2900


H.O.P.E.

11022 Acacia Parkway, Suite C, 

Garden Grove

(714)  539-4357

Wednesday and Thursday 12PM-5PM

*By appointment only, call for services

  

ST. ANSELM’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

(714) 537-0604

2nd Tuesday, 4PM—5PM

13091 Galway St., Garden Grove

  

Mental health 


Your well-being is important.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and need to talk to someone, OC Links can help.

(855) 625-4657

Monday-Friday: 8AM-5PM

 

NAMI Warmline

Provides non-crisis support for those experiencing mental heal difficulties

(714) 991-6412

Monday—Friday: 9AM—3AM 

Saturday-Sunday: 10AM-3AM

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The Mental Health Association of Orange County provides all of its services within the context of a psychosocial rehabilitation philosophy. Our philosophy holds as its primary goal the elimination of functional deficits, interpersonal barriers, and environmental barriers created by mental illness, in an effort to restore the ability for independent living, socialization and effective life management.

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  By dialing 2-1-1, you reach a free, 24-hour information and referral helpline linking you to thousands of local health and human service programs in Orange County, CA. Staffed 24 hours per day by caring, experienced and trained specialists, and available anytime through our online resource database, 2-1-1 Orange County can help you connect with resources for: Food, 24-hour Crisis and Suicide Counseling, Youth and Child Care Issues, Transportation, Shelter, Government Assistance programs, Housing and Utilities, Physical and Mental Health Services, Elder Services, Substance Abuse, Prenatal Care, Medical, Dental and Vision Care, and more.  

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  NAMI-OC has been dedicated to continually building our programs, outreach and advocacy efforts and working to discover innovative new ways to serve all persons affected by mental illness. NAMI-OC is YOU ... our members, who are truly responsible for making our growth possible. NAMI Warm Line (877) 910-9276  

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 NAMI-OC has been dedicated to continually building our programs, outreach and advocacy efforts and working to discover innovative new ways to serve all persons affected by mental illness. NAMI-OC is YOU ... our members, who are truly responsible for making our growth possible. NAMI Warm Line (877) 910-9276 

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 DBSA helps those with mood disorders and their families navigate the ups and downs of life. OC chapter offers support groups; sponsors monthly Educational Meetings and other events; operates the Bipolar Resource Center and lending library at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange; publishes a quarterly newsletter; and provides information on mood disorders and local community resources. 

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Adult and Older Adult Behavioral Health (AOABH) provides recovery mental health services and episodic treatment services which emphasize individual needs, strengths, choices, and involvement in service planning and implementation. Adults who have a serious and persistent mental disorder and may have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder and impairment in their ability to function in the community or who have a history of recurring substantial functional impairment, hospitalization or symptoms can access services. Services include assessment, evaluation, collateral therapy, individual and group therapy, substance abuse treatment, medication support, rehabilitation, linkage and consultation, placement, plan development, crisis intervention and specialized residential services.    

Health Care Agency (855) 625-4657 

CAT Team (866)830-6011 24 Hour Suicide Prevention (877) 727-4747 

Outreach and Engagement 1725 W. 17th Street, # 101B Santa Ana, CA 92706 1-800-364-2221