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Community Resources

By February 15, 2024 No Comments

Our Community Resources page offers a central location for Orange County resources to help provide support for pregnant people and families with infants, children, and adolescents.

OC Resources for Community Partners is a compilation of resources to assist community partners who serve the maternal, child, and adolescent population. The resource document is grouped alphabetically in the following general categories: behavioral health, community and non-profit agencies, health care services, public education, and social services.


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OC Resources for Community Partners

Additional Resources for Parents/Caregivers and Families

Do you need help with a ride for your child’s doctor visit?

  • If you have Medi-Cal insurance, there is no cost for this help.

Do you need an interpreter for your child’s doctor visit?

  • If you have Medi-Cal insurance, there is no cost for this help.
    • CalOptima Health Customer Service:  1-888-587-8088
    • Kaiser Permanente Medi-Cal Call Center:  1-855-839-7613

Having a doctor you are comfortable with is one of the best things you can do for your child’s health.

  • If you want to change your child’s doctor, you can!
  • If you have Medi-Cal insurance, call:
    • CalOptima Health Customer Service:  1-888-587-8088
    • Kaiser Permanente Medi-Cal Call Center:  1-855-839-7613
  • For assistance finding a low-cost community health center, call the HCA Health Referral Line:  1-800-561-8448.

Did you know your baby should have a formal developmental screening at 9, 18, and 24 or 30 months?

  • Your child’s doctor is your teammate.
  • Ask them about developmental screenings any time you have a concern.
  • For assistance finding a low-cost community health center, call the HCA Health Referral Line:  1-800-561-8448.
  • To learn more about developmental screening, see Worried about Your Child’s Development?
  • Developmental Milestones flyer English | Spanish | Vietnamese

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program

The Orange County Health Care Agency WIC Program:

  • Provides supplemental food, nutrition education, and breastfeeding support.
  • Assists in finding health care and other community services.

Eligibility:

  • Low to moderate-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women.
  • Infants and children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk.

You can find more information at the following link: WIC Program Information

CalFresh Healthy Living

CalFresh Healthy Living, also known as SNAP-Ed, promotes healthy, active, and nourished lifestyles by educating Californians on good nutrition and how to maximize their food budgets. It also fosters community partnerships to make the healthy choice the easy choice.

Further details are available here: CalFresh Healthy Living

OC Navigator

The OC Navigator is part of the Orange County Behavioral Health System Transformation Innovation Project. The project seeks to help people find and connect with the supportive resources they need in different areas of their life including health, wellbeing, and other supportive services.

Find help in Orange County by connecting with health, wellness, and other resources below:

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