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Dial 2-1-1 
 
 
"Info Link Orange County to Launch New Health and Human Services Hotline Info Link Orange County has launched its free 2-1-1 phone service effective today, June 30, 2005. Specially trained operators will be able to tell callers where they can get a variety of health and social services, such as emergency housing, food for their family, help overcoming substance abuse, finding a runaway teen, or reporting suspected child abuse.... DIAL 2-1-1 today for – 1/ Referrals to human care resources o Food o Shelter o Child Care o Services for persons with disabilities o Resources for Older Adults and their caregivers o Alcohol and drug services o And much more… 2/ Volunteer Match 3/ Service Providers wanting to be included in our comprehensive database."  
Orange County Medical Association 
 
 
"The Orange County Medical Association (OCMA), a non-profit voluntary organization, is designed to promote the science and art of medicine, the protection of public health, and the betterment of the medical profession."  Orange
Planned Parenthood 
 
 
"At Planned Parenthood, it is our goal to provide you with the low cost, high quality health care you need. Our services are available to all people, regardless of age, gender or ethnicity. When you visit one of our medical centers, you will get the services you need from someone who understands and will take you seriously. Following is some information to better help you before you make your appointment. To speak with the medical center nearest you, call 1-800-230-PLAN."  Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo, Orange, Santa Ana, Westminster
Vietnamese Community of Orange County 
 
 
"Establish in 1979 as a refugee resettlement support agency operating out of a makeshift storefront office in an area that now became today's 'Little Saigon,' in Westminster, California, the Vietnamese Community of Orange County, Inc. (VNCOC) has gradually expanded its operations to respond to the rapidly evolving needs of the local Vietnamese-American population (est. 200,000), the largest concentration of Vietnamese outside of Vietnam. Now with some 15 social service programs and a Community Economic Development Project based at its agency-owned headquarters in Santa Ana and at its branch office in Westminster - the 'Little Saigon Economic, Social & Cultural Center' - and with the low-cost health care services provided by its affiliated office, the VNCOC Asian Health Center, the VNCOC, as the largest non-profit, community-based organization of its kind, has touched the lives of tens of thousands of people and has come to be regarded as a real institution in the Vietnamese-American community... Job Placement Center: The program provides vocational training, job search and resumes writing, job placement, and job retention to more than 1,000 clients per year. The Center is a valuable source for American companies who seek Vietnamese speaking employees or wish to learn more about how to manage Vietnamese personnel. The VNCOC Asian Health Center: Founded in June of 1998 in response to the urgent health needs of the large medically-underserved population in the community, and with the help of the Baxter Foundation, St. Joseph Hospital, Hoag Hospital, the Children's Hospital of Orange County, and other leaders in the health care community, the VNCOC Asian Health Center has quickly established itself as a premier provider of low-cost, high-quality preventive and primary health care services to the uninsured, and socially and economically disadvantaged people."  Santa Ana
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