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Crittenton’s mission is more than a historical legacy, or the services made available to those that need them. It’s about the youth and families that believe in us to help them through the healing process; it’s about the employees that help our clients rebuild confidence in order to help them achieve their dreams; and it’s about the loyal support community partners have demonstrated in order to help empower our clients reach their full potential.… Read More
Did you know that 2016 marks a very special moment in Florence Crittenton of Orange County’s history???
You don’t know…well let me be the first to tell you… this year marks our 50th Anniversary year!
The cooking and the baking started at the crack of dawn, and the scents of homemade baked goods, sides dishes created from family recipes, and well seasoned turkey’s filled the air at Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) this Thanksgiving.… Read More
Even in 100-degree heat the golfers that participated in our 17th Annual Community for Kids Golf Tournament and Winner Dinner managed to heat up the golf course all on their own, and most importantly all for a good cause.
For 47 years Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) has implemented nationally accredited and fully licensed programming that provides safe temporary housing for youth in residential treatment and foster care; that delivers family support services to children and families placed in community based programs; and that administers mental health treatment by emphasizing evidence-based practices that does not compromise on an individualized treatment approach.… Read More
November 03, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Crittenton Services for Children and Families
Martha Jasso, Director of Communications
Fullerton, Calif – Each year Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) conducts a holiday gift drive known as The Angel Tree Program that collects new in-kind donations from October to early December.… Read More
After months of planning, coordinating, and fundraising on behalf of 22 young ladies celebrating their fifteenth birthday the Muckenthaler Cultural Center and Museum in Fullerton, Calif. was where the Second Annual Quinceañera was hosted on October 1, 2014.
Local non-profits, business sponsors and private donors came together in order to create a magical evening with the purpose of giving local youth an opportunity to work on self-esteem, to continue to develop social skills and to provide a day of celebration to a group of teenage girls that otherwise may have not had this milestone moment celebrated.… Read More