🎄 Oregon trees have arrived at The Youth Center Tree Lot in #LosAlamitos - stop by today to get yours! 100% of the tree proceeds support programming for local youth. You can also donate a Christmas tree to a military family.
🗓 Mon-Fri: 12pm - 9pm 🗓 Sat-Sun: 9am - 9pm 🏢 Ganahl Lumber Parking Lot 📍 10742 Los Alamitos Blvd., Los Alamitos
#GivingTuesday is an opportunity for us to come together and give, thank, help, show kindness, and share what we have with those in need. Whether you’re helping a neighbor or donating to causes – every act of generosity makes a difference and brings people together. ... See moreSee less
Every year, the Orange County Business Council groundbreaking awards program honors outstanding local agencies, leaders, programs, and public-private partnerships that cut through red tape and encourage jobs and economic growth in #OrangeCounty.
I’m proud to announce that OCTA’s College Pass Program won the Sustainable and Green Development Award and CalOptima and ochealth received the Public-Private Partnership Award.
#OCTA’s College Pass Program provides Orange County’s 120,000 community college students free access to OCTA bus routes, reducing transportation costs by more than $10M while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by more than 4,000 tons.
And #CalOptima and the #OCHealthCareAgency were recognized for the launch of Be Well OC’s campus in the city of Orange as a first-of-its-kind center that provides comprehensive behavioral health care to improve mental health and substance use disorder services for #OC residents.
On this Thanksgiving Day, as we reflect on all we are grateful for, I want to express my sincere gratitude for all the friendships, partnerships, and collaborations we have continued to build. As a County, we have accomplished many milestones together this past year and I look forward to continuing the momentum in the new year. I am especially grateful for the health and well-being of my family, and I pray the same for you and yours.
I hope this holiday season brings you joy, good health, and memorable moments with your loved ones.
🎓 Meet your newest California Job Challenge Academy’s Certified Nursing Assistants! In the face of much adversity, these four young women finished a tough six-week program.
The CAJC has partnered with Ready S.E.T. OC to prepare these grads for job interviews while Working Wardrobes will provide professional outfits for each grad.
Grant funding for the CNA program was made possible with the assistance of our County’s Workforce & Economic Development Division.
🎉 Congratulations to these amazing young women!🎉
OC Workforce & Economic Development Division #LosAlamitosJointForcesTrainingBase #CAJC #OCWorkforceDevelopmentDivision #JFTB #ReadySetOC #WorkingWardrobesPhotos from Supervisor Andrew Do's post ... See moreSee less
❄️ Come Celebrate the Magic of Christmas on Saturday, December 10 for a free Christmas Concert at Mile Square Park.
🎄 This family-friendly holiday concert will feature live performances by the All-American Boys Chorus and Bolsa Grande High School Choir as well as free hot cocoa, coffee, and other pastries for all guests.
🎅 Children will also get the opportunity to take a photo with Santa Claus and receive a free reindeer antler headband!
🗓 Saturday, December 10 ⏰ 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm 🌳 Freedom Hall at Mile Square Park 📍 16801 Euclid St., Fountain Valley ☎️ 714-834-3110
What started out in 1982 with a small group of women who knew firsthand the challenges associated with living with Alzheimer’s, has transformed into an experienced and multifaceted organization leading the way with comprehensive services aimed at promoting brain health, healthy aging, and supporting those affected by Alzheimer’s and all types of dementia.
Thank you, Alzheimer’s Orange County, for the responsive support that is unique to the needs of #OrangeCounty.
Earlier this week, my Chief of Staff Van Tran, and I got to tour the residential community of Casa Paloma in #midwaycity.
Developed in a first-ever partnership of its kind with the County of Orange and CalOptima, many of the apartments in this innovative community will provide homes for high-frequency utilizers of the healthcare system. And to help cut construction costs and save time, #casapaloma was constructed with prefabricated modular components.
Thank you, Milo Peinemann, CEO of American Family Housing, and Steve Renahan, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, for your innovative approach to helping the County of Orange County reach our goal of creating 2,700 permanent supportive housing units by 2025.