The Children and Families Commission of Orange County Continues Funding to Ensure Children Have Access to High-Quality Pediatric Health Care at 12 Community Clinics
Irvine, Calif., February 7, 2013 – The Children and Families Commission of Orange County approved $2 million to support community clinics that provide high-quality pediatric health care services to the county’s at-risk children. The major investment of funds underscores the Commission’s commitment to ensure that underserved children have regular access to comprehensive, community-based health care and extends its history of financial support to pediatric clinics that began in 2003.
William & Nancy Thompson Family Foundation and Children and Families Commission of Orange County Provide $14.8 million to Create ‘The Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders of Southern California’
Issued by the Children and Families Commission of Orange County, Report
Recommends Steps to Help as County Fights to End Homelessness in 10 Years
Jumpstart’s annual Read for the Record event will highlight the need for early education as adults read to thousands of children throughout Orange County
SANTA ANA, Calif., September 27, 2012 – THINK Together and the Children and Families Commission of Orange County are aiming for another record-breaking performance during Jumpstart’s annual Read for the Record event on Thursday, Oct. 4, which spreads the gift of reading to America’s youngest children.
Innovative Funding Arrangement Between THINK Together and Children and Families Commission Assures Critically Needed Early Learning Programs for at Least 10 Years
SANTA ANA, Calif., September 5, 2012 – Tens of thousands of Orange County’s youngest children will benefit from high-quality early literacy and math programs for at least the next 10 years, the result of an innovative funding arrangement between THINK Together and the Children and Families Commission of Orange County.