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Housing Assistance

  • Housing Resource for Families
    • Family Assistance Ministries

      www.family-assistance.org
      949-492-8477​

      Transitional shelter with supportive services for single women and women with children younger than 10 years old.

      Pathways of Hope

      www.pathwaysofhope.us
      714-680-3691​

      Transitional housing, food and safety net services in North Orange County

      Illumination Foundation

      www.ifhomeless.org
      714-507-2459

      Stanton Housing Office
      7855 Katella Ave.
      Stanton, CA 90680

      Corporate Office:
      2691 Richter Ave, Ste107
      Irvine, CA
      949-544-0372

      Transitional and permanent housing, including recuperative care with supportive services

      South County Outreach

      www.sco-oc.org
      949-380-8144

      7 Whatney, Suite B
      Irvine, CA 92618
      9 am - 3:30 pm Monday - Friday

  • Housing Resources for Single Men
    • Friendship Shelter

      ​www.friendshipshelter.org
      949-494-6928

      PO Box 4252
      Laguna Beach CA

      Emergency and transitional shelter for homeless single men and women

      H.I.S. House

      ​www.hishouseoc.org
      714-993-5774

      907 N. Bradford St. 
      Placentia, CA

      Transitional living and supportive services for homeless persons

      Salvation Army OC

      ​www.salvationarmyoc.org
      714-542-9576

      818 E. Third St.
      Santa Ana, CA

      Emergency and transitional shelter for families and singles

  • Housing Resources for Single Women
    • Colette’s Children’s Home

      www.coletteschildrenshome.com​
      714-596-1380

      Office Address:
      7372 Prince Drive, Suite 106
      Huntington Beach, CA 92647

      Emergency and transitional shelter programs for women with children and single women

      Friendship Shelter

      ​www.friendshipshelter.org

      PO Box 4252
      Laguna Beach CA

      Emergency and transitional shelter for homeless single men and women

      Wise Place

      ​www.wiseplace.org
      714-542-3577

      1411 N. Broadway
      Santa Ana, CA

      Provides shelter and supportive services to homeless women without children

      Women’s Transitional Living Center

      www.wtlc.org​
      714-542-3577
      714-992-1939

      PO Box 6103
      Orange, CA 92863

      Transitional housing to clients who have completed an emergency shelter program

      YWCA

      ​www.ywca-orangecty.org
      714-771-5003

      PO Box 689
      Orange, CA

      Transitional housing and supportive services for emancipated females coming out of county foster services

  • Housing Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence
    • CSP Domestic Violence Assistance of Orange

      ​www.cspinc.org
      714-935-7956
      Domestic Violence Helpline: 800-978-3600

      Grandma’s House of Hope

      ​www.grandmashouseofhope.org
      714-457-3187

      17300 17th St., Suite J-342
      Tustin, CA

      Transitional housing for women 17 or older who have survived domestic violence, human trafficking or homelessness

      Human Options

      www.humanoptions.org
      24-Hour Toll Free Hotline: 877-854-3594

      Emergency shelter and transitional housing for any woman in a domestic violence with or without children

      Interval House

      ​www.intervalhouse.org
      714-891-8121
      800-978-3600


      Laura’s House

      ​www.laurashouse.org
      Crisis Hotline: 949-498-1511
      714- 498-1511

      Our Counseling and Resource Center provides counseling, education and domestic violence information, legal advocacy, and resources. Our Crisis Hotline Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

      Shelter for women who are victims of domestic violence and their children

      Olive Crest

      www.olivecrest.org
      714-543-5437

      2130 E. Fourth St. Suite 200
      Santa Ana, CA

      Shelter and services in the prevention and treatment of child abuse

      Toby’s House

      ​949-661-4408

      Santa Ana, CA
      415 N. Sycamore, Suite 200

      Transitional shelter and supportive services to pregnant women in crisis

      Women’s Transitional Living Center

      ​www.wtlc.org
      714-992-1931
      714-542-3577
      714-992-1939

      PO Box 6103
      Orange, CA 92863

      Transitional housing to clients who have completed an emergency shelter program

  • Housing Resources for Women with Children or Pregnant
    • Casa Teresa

      714-538-4860

      PO Box 429 
      Orange, CA

      Transitional housing program for pregnant women

      Colette’s Children’s Home

      www.coletteschildrenshome.com​
      714-596-1380

       

      Office Address:
      7372 Prince Drive, Suite 106
      Huntington Beach, CA 92647

      Emergency and transitional shelter programs for women with children and single women

      Precious Life Shelter

      ​www.preciouslifeshelter.org
      562-431-5025

      PO Box 414 Los Alamitos, CA

      A three-phase residential program that provides supportive services and shelter for homeless women who are pregnant and at least 18 years old

      The Eli Home

      www.elihome.org​
      714-300-0600

      Transitional shelter and services for abused children and their mothers

      Toby’s House

      ​949-661-4408

      Santa Ana, CA
      415 N. Sycamore, Suite 200

      Transitional shelter and supportive services to pregnant women in crisis

  • Miscellaneous Housing Resources
    • AIDS Services Foundation Orange County

      ​www.ocasf.org
      949-809-5700

      17982 Sky Park Circle, Suite J
      Irvine, CA

      Transitional housing program serving people with HIV/AIDS. Offers various supportive services.

      Hope House, INC

      ​www.hopehouseoc.com
      714-776-7490

      707 N Anaheim Blvd.
      Anaheim, CA 92805

      Residential drug treatment for adults 18 or older

      Jamboree

      949-263-8676

      17701 Cowan Ave., Suite 200
      Irvine, CA

      Affordable transitional and permanent supportive housing to adults with low income and mental illness

      Mental Health Association

      ​714-547-7559

      822 Town & Country Road 
      Orange, CA 92868

      Emergency shelter and transitional housing services to adults with psychiatric disorders

      Safe Families for Children

      ​800-550-2445 ext. 1234

      2130 E. Fourth St. Ste. 200
      Santa Ana, CA

      Provide housing for children only ages 0-18 whose parents are dealing with temporary crisis

      Veterans First

      ​www.veteransfirstoc.org
      714-547-0615

      1540 E. Edinger Ave., Suite D
      Santa Ana, CA

      Shelter and various supportive services to homeless or disabled veterans

      Volunteers of America (VOA)

      ​www.voala.org
      714-426-9834

      2100 N. Broadway, Suite 300
      Santa Ana, CA 92706

      Supportive Services for Veteran Families

  • Rental and Utility Assistance
    • Family Assistance Ministries

      ​949-366-0357

      Provides food, shelter and client aid, including utility assistance, transportation assistance, medical, dental, prescriptions assistance, and financial counseling and courses

      Mercy House, Santa Ana

      ​714-836-7188

      Offers housing programs, a shelter and other support services

      SOS (Share Our Selves), Costa Mesa

      ​949-270-2100

      Emergency financial aid is available Monday through Friday for basic necessities including rent, utilities and transportation. You are required to be at SOS by 8 am. Parking is limited. Bring a photo ID, proof of Orange County residency, and any documents you have to support your request.

      South County Outreach, Irvine

      ​949-380-8144

      Has a food pantry, housing assistance and computer classes

Contact

Nancy Montgomery, RN, MSN
Director, Health & Wellness Center

T: 949-451-5221
F: 949-451-5393

Video Phone: 949-333-0260
Student Services Center
Room SSC 150

Office Hours (Fall/Spring)

  • Monday thru Thursday: 9 am-4:30 pm
  • Friday: 9 am-1 pm
  • Closed on weekends, school holidays, and during class semester breaks.

TB Testing Hours (Fall/Spring)

  • Monday and Tuesday: 9 am-3 pm
  • Wednesday: 9 am-12 pm
  • Thursday: No Testing
  • Friday: 9 am-12 pm 

Last Patient Seen (Fall/Spring)

  • Monday thru Thursday: 3:30 pm
  • Friday: 11:30 am
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