PARTNERS

Project Youth OCBF works extensively in the community to bring agencies together, create an extended service network, fill the gaps in existing services, and to allow for more effective support and cooperation among providers. Acting as the bridge between our clients and these community resources, project staff serve as cultural brokers to assist clients to access these referral agencies, keep their appointments, and stay in services. Throughout our successful history we have built long-standing partnerships with local service providers to support at-risk youth and their families. At Project Youth OCBF, we believe that through a collective impact we can successfully bring critical services to our most vulnerable youth and families in Orange County. We are so grateful to our follow partners for their support over the years:

Government Partnerships

Our government partnerships have provided referrals, program sites for service delivery, legal experts for legal education, and linkages to services for our youth and family programs. The following are our key stakeholder and years of partnership:

  • OC District Attorney’s Office (40yrs)
  • Santa Ana Police Department (40yrs)
  • Probation Department (40yrs)
  • Brea Police Department (40yrs)
  • Fullerton Police Department(40yrs)
  • Tustin Police Department(40yrs)
  • Juvenile Courts (40yrs)
  • Orange County Courts (40yrs)
  • OC Sheriff Department (31yrs)
  • Orange County Health Care Agency (26yrs)
  • Social Services (5yrs)
  • Anaheim Police Department (5yrs)

School-based Partnerships

Our school-based partnerships have provided referrals, school sites for program delivery, educational workshops, programming support and staff training. The following are our key stakeholders and years of partnership:

  • Santa Ana Unified School District (30yrs)
  • Orange County Department of Education (11yrs)
  • Newport Mesa Unified School District (5 yrs)
  • Fullerton Union High School District (30yrs)
  • Rancho Santiago Community College District (14yrs)
  • UCI Law School (7yrs)

Community Partnerships

Our community partnerships have provided referrals, educational workshops, programming support, linkages to clinical services (mental health & medical health), and staff training. The following are our key stakeholders and years of partnership:

Local Business Partnerships

Our business partnerships have provided educational workshops, programming support, network opportunities and linkages to services. The following are our key stakeholders and years of partnership:

Community Involvement

Throughout our successful history, Project Youth OCBF has built a strong reputation for providing quality youth and family programs and has become entrenched as a service provider in the community. To us, the key to building healthy families and communities is addressing youth risk factors at an early age and building the capacity of local service systems. Project Youth OCBF plays a vital role to educate and advocate for systems change for youth and their families, most particularly to reduce the disparities that exits within Orange County. The following are our key organizations and years of participation to address our community needs:

 

If you would like more information about how to partner with us or about our partnerships, please contact Nazly Restrepo, Associate Director at nrestrepo@pyocbf.org