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At a time when there are talks of deep budget cuts to health and human services at the federal level, organizations like Crittenton Services need your support more than ever.… Read More
Many of the teen girls using the services of our short-term residential center have felt unloved and abandoned. They don’t get the average teen experiences of sleepovers with their best friends or get to hang out at the mall with their buds.… Read More
Volunteerism can serve a purpose to many people. For some, volunteering is a call of duty in order to help make the community a better place to live; for others volunteerism is an act of kindness and a way to help personally enrich one’s life; yet, for others volunteerism is how someone practices their faith by living a life of purpose.… Read More
It was the most attended Mystery Night event in Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) history! Nearly 200 guests attended this year’s Mystery Night an event that is one of Crittenton’s most engaging fundraisers.
Even the Crittenton staff managing the Mystery Night set-up was pleasantly surprised of our final attendance rate and the interest we got in attending the fundraiser from the local community.… 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 Association of Community Human Service Agencies (ACHSA) recently held its annual luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel where more than 500 human services professionals came together to embrace the newest changes that took place this year to the mental health delivery system that directly serves Los Angeles County’s most vulnerable system-involved youth.… Read More
For so many of our teen clients either in our residential services program or community based programs the problem is not that of “violent offender” but rather the issue of “addiction”.
Oftentimes, we the adults in the community fail to see that behavioral issues might be a sign of not a “bad kid” but instead a “kid in a bad situation”.… Read More
As I’m driving into Orange County nothing seems familiar. Suddenly my heart feels heavy-I begin to recognize the area. I’m heading towards my old group home and I’m captured by feelings of nostalgia. I remember running down the street, stopping at the gas station, and picking up the payphone as a van abruptly stops in front of me.… Read More
August 20, 2015
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Contact: Crittenton Services for Children and Families
Fullerton, Calif. – Two Fullerton based non-profits, Crittenton Services for Children and Families and WTLC, are awarded a generous donation from the Fullerton Senior Citizens Club during the club’s monthly meeting on August 20, 2015.… Read More
June 17, 2015
Contact: Allison Town, Director of Marketing
FULLERTON, Calif. – The California Arts Council announced the Muckenthaler Cultural Center will receive an award of $30,400 as part of its JUMP StArts grant program and $86,176 for two new Arts-in-Corrections program contracts.… Read More