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I receive a Notice at my door from my landlord!             What to do now?
 
Contact us, immediately, and we can help you.  
We are registered and bonded unlawful detainer assistants (UDA) a person or entity who for compensation provides assistance or advice in unlawful detainer actions.  An unlawful detainer action is a court process by which a landlord seeks to have a tenant evicted and/or pay rent that is owed.

Laws concerning unlawful detainer assistants (UDA) are outlined in the California Business and Professions Code (BPC 6400-6415).

 
Phone: (949) 326-6612
 
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Information about Eviction in ORANGE COUNTY, CA
 
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LANDLORD/TENANT

The Fair Housing Council of Orange County provides counseling concerning housing rights, obligations, and laws, and answers questions about the rights and obligations of landlords or tenants. Our counselors are trained professionals who are ready, willing, and able to help resolve any landlord/tenant problem.

Know your Rights and Responsibilities as a Tenant and Landlord
 
Knowledge of and compliance with federal, state, and local regulations is crucial for both landlords and tenants. A clear understanding of your Rights and Responsibilities will help both landlord and tenants protect themselves, your rental business, and your investment property. 
 
It is recommended that before considering any legal actions, both landlord and tenant must review and understand California Law:
TENANT RIGHTS, LAWS, AND PROTECTIONS: CALIFORNIA

Know your responsibilities as a tenant. Read your lease agreement carefully!

US Department of Housing  - California

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Orange County Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services

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Los Angeles County Family Law Facilitator(link is external) 

San Gabriel Valley LRS(link is external) 

Legal Services Program for Pasadena and San Gabriel-Pomona Valley(link is external) 

 U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services  

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Eviction

Real Estate (Tenant Law)

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600 W Santa Ana Blvd, Ste 925
Santa Ana, CA 92701

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Address: 712 N Harbor Blvd, Fullerton, CA 92832

Phone(714) 733-1737 or  866-294-8952

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Wraparound Services

Wraparound provides a comprehensive, holistic method of responding to children and youth who experience mental or behavioral changes. Children are returned or maintained in their homes. Driven by the ideas and perspectives of the child/youth and their family, along with a team of professional and natural supports, Wraparound creates an environment where healing and growth can take place. Both children and their families are given Wraparound teams, which are equipped to answer family needs by using both formal and informal resources.

Wraparound is a Voluntary Program therefore both minor and parent/caregiver must agree to participate in Wraparound.  If either participant (parent/caregiver or youth) does not agree to participate, treatment will not be activated.

Department of Social Services in California  -  Wraparound Services

Driving School For Disabled Individuals

Los Angeles, CA

Infant & Youth Resources

CAP OC Diaper Bank
You can find a list of partners who are currently offering diapers to the public. Please contact each partner for their details and restrictions.

Free Grab & Go Meals for Children
Your local OC schools and school districts may be offering free breakfast and/or lunch during school closures. Please note restrictions vary per site.

CA Meals for Kids Mobile App

The CA Meals for Kids mobile application
helps you find nearby California Afterschool and Summer Meal Programs Sites through your iOS, Android, or Microsoft devices.

Casa Youth Shelter (información en español también)
We are here as a resource for you and available 24/7 to answer questions, provide support, and offer refuge to youth in crisis. (800) 914-CASA (2272)

First 5 OC: Coronavirus and Caring for Your Baby
Tips and resources on how to care for babies during the pandemic.

Early Years Emotional Wellness Program (Arabic عربى | Korean 한국어 | Spanish español | Vietnamese tiếng việt)
For parents or caregivers of children ages newborn through 8 years old. Give your child the confidence to succeed by supporting their emotional development.

Medical & Mental Health Resources

Free COVID-19 Testing (Arabic عربى | Chinese 中文 | Farsi فارسی | Korean 한국어 | Spanish español | Taiwanese | Vietnamese tiếng việt)
The Orange County Health Care Agency is offering FDA-authorized COVID-19 testing at NO CHARGE to anyone with symptoms who don’t have access to a healthcare provider.

Covered California Expands Special Enrollment and Medi-Cal for 2020
Effective immediately, anyone uninsured and eligible to enroll in health care coverage through Covered California can sign up through the end of June.

CDC: How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Cloth Face Covering

Community Counseling & Supportive Services
Short-term counseling program for Orange County residents of all age groups, who are at risk for or have developed a mild to a moderate behavioral health condition.

Psych Hub
A library of videos to help with mental health during COVID-19.

Lifeworks Videos
10-minute webinar on information about COVID-19
25-minute webinar on Emotional Well-Being during COVID-19

OCAPICA Project Focus
A mental health program primarily serving Asian immigrants, low-income families who have mental health challenges

Resources for Senior & Elderly

Social Distancing: Apps for Seniors (Tech-Savvy or Not!)
A guide to home care, communication, food delivery, and health monitoring tools.

SeniorHousingNet.com
An industry-leading senior care organization dedicated to providing tools and essential resources to help enhance the lives of older adults of all walks of life.

Financial & Workforce Resources

Oneward CA
One-stop resource for the people of CA impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Undocumented Immigrant Resources

Covid-19 Resources for Undocumented Californians (información en español también)

RELIEF FUNDS FOR UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS IN CALIFORNIA / ALIVIO FINANCIERO PARA TRABAJADORES INDOCUMENTADOS DE CALIFORNIA

Utility Assistance

Online Utility Assistance Applications
A one-time per funding year assistance program that helps income-qualified households with utility payment assistance on either their electric or gas bill in Orange County.

Additional Resource Lists

CAP OC Services
A list of all CAP OC programs available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

El Modena Family Resource Center (EMFRC) Calendar of Events
Our EMFRC, based in Orange, has a variety of resources available. Please view the calendar and call (714) 532-3595 for more information.

OC Business Journal Resource List for Food, Seniors, Pets, and More

FOOD PANTRIES IN  ORANGE COUNTY.  

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County

8014 Marine Way
Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: 949-653-2900
Web Site: http://www.feedoc.org/

Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank
11870 Monarch St.
Garden Grove, CA 92841
Phone: (714) 897-6670
Web Site: http://ocfoodbank.org/

Families Forward
Address: 9221 Irvine Boulevard
Irvine, California, 92618
Dial 949-552-2727
Provides non-perishable groceries. Some items distributed may not be suitable for those with health concerns such as allergies or diabetes. Baby formula and supplies such as diapers may be available.

Saint Vincent de Paul Society of Saint Thomas More
51 Market Place
Irvine, CA, 92602
The main number is 949-551-8601
Provides a food pantry for those in need and other social services, including information on financial assistance for bills, rent, and housing.

Saint Vincent de Paul of Orange County has other churches and programs as well that are involved in feeding the hungry. Whether a free food pantry or soup kitchen, assistance is offered. They help immigrants, the poor, low-income, and others. Free food, clothes, hygiene supplies, paper products, detergent, and more may be offered. Continue with Saint Vincent de Paul food assistance programs in Orange County.

South County Outreach
7 Whatney, Suite B
Irvine, CA 92618
Telephone number: 949-380-8144
The center offers rental and utility assistance as well as groceries and support from a food pantry. Provides nonperishable and fresh food, rental and utility assistance, free computer classes, referrals, and transitional housing for South Orange County persons and families. Also provides clients with holiday food and gifts.

Saint Cecilia Catholic Church
1301 Sycamore Avenue
Tustin, CA, 92780
714-544-3250
Any emergency food is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Tustin Family and Youth Center
14722 Newport Avenue
Tustin, CA, 92780
Dial the pantry at 714-573-3370
Students can learn about USDA free lunches and snacks during summer break. They help to feed students during holidays, weekends, and summer break too with meals, snacks, and other free food.

King's Way
The food pantry address is 714-730-4054
600 West Sixth Street
Tustin, CA, 92780
Provides free grocery services and emergency aid to persons in need across Orange County.

Saint Kilian's Food Pantry
26872 Estanciero
Mission Viejo, California, 92691
949-586-4440
Provides clothing and groceries when available. Also get dry and canned goods, paper products, feminine products, cultural meals, and personal toiletries to those in need.

El Modena Community Center
18672 East Center Street
Orange, CA, 92869
714-532-3595
The needy and low-income can get information and referrals, information on senior services, free groceries, and applications for WIC.

Livingstone Community Food Pantry and Health Clinic
The address is 12362 Beach Blvd.
Stanton, CA 90680
The food pantry phone number is 714-248-9500
They offer both medical care and food. the pantry is open 9 AM-6 PM Tuesday to Friday as well as 9 AM-3 PM Saturday. In addition to that, a Mobile Pantry with fresh fruit as well as vegetables and other grocery items from Second Harvest is offered first Saturday of every month from 12 PM-1 PM.

Community Action Agency in Orange County
Leading poverty-fighting organizations. They help feed and house the poor while addressing employment or budgeting. Learn about USDA healthy eating programs, get CalFresh food stamp applications, find help for immigrants or senior citizens and more. They also have budgeting, grocery coupon and unit pricing classes, and other services. More on Community Action agency Orange County California.

Trinity Guild Pantry
Orange, California, 92869
Call 714-633-5800 for intake
Applicants must live within parish boundaries.

Hills Community Church
Address: 5 Pursuit
Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656
949-362-0079

Feeding America and Second Harvest of Orange County
They have dozens of sites around the county. A number of assistance programs are offered to the low-income, struggling, and anyone in need. There is a mobile food pantry, After School and Summer Meals, free groceries for senior citizens and the elderly, CalFresh application advice, and other hunger prevention programs. Phone number is 949.653.2900 for referrals.

Santa Ana Saint Vincent De Paul Society
730 North Garfield Street
Santa Ana, CA, 92701
714-550-7101
Offers emergency food boxes, holiday meals, and clothing to those in need.

First Presbyterian Church of Santa Ana
Location: 600 North Main Street
Santa Ana, California, 92701
714-542-7253
They run an assistance program that seeks to meet the basic nutritional needs of the low-income in the community by providing improved access to support such as food and toiletry products.

First Presbyterian Church of Orange
191 North Orange Street
Orange, California, 92866
Telephone number - 714-538-2341
Offers bags of food.

Mary's Kitchen
Address of soup kitchen 517 West Struck Avenue
Orange, California 92867
714-633-0444
A hot meal is served to the needy in Orange County. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner as well as food (sandwiches, drinks, etc.) to go. Illegal or legal immigrants can get help too.

Saint John's Lutheran Church
The address is 154 South Shaffer Street
Orange, CA, 92866
714-288-4400
Sack lunches and food is distributed to individuals in need. They also help Spanish speakers and immigrants.

Saint Joachim Catholic Church
1964 Orange Avenue
Costa Mesa, California, 92626
Call 949-574-7400

Orange Home Grown, Inc
The address is 303 West Palm Avenue
Orange, CA 92866
Phone - 714-397-4699
A weekly farmers market, that matches purchases too. EBT food stamps, WIC, and other forms of payment are accepted.

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
1100 South Center Street
Santa Ana, CA, 92704
Dial the pantry at 714-751-5335 for hours and intake.

Saint Barbara's Catholic Church
730 South Euclid Street
Santa Ana, CA, 92704
714-775-7733
Free Christmas and Thanksgiving meals, Easter baskets, and other food are given out in Orange County.

Friendly Center, Inc.
Primary address: 147 West Rose Avenue
Orange, CA, 92867
714-771-5300

Beacon of H.O.P.E.
1200 West Alvarez Avenue
Orange, California, 92868
714-288-1777
Runs an emergency grocery assistance program in the county. Also provides residents with counseling, clothing, and rent and shelter referrals.

Share Our Selves
1550 Superior Avenue
Costa Mesa, California, 92627
Main phone - 949-270-2100

The Salvation Army Southern California
There are multiple sites in Orange County, many with free soup kitchens, food pantries, or thrift stores. As funding allows, the Christian charity offers groceries, applications for Calfresh, clothing, paper goods or household supplies, and much more. Christmas and Thanksgiving meal as well gift programs also operate. Or apply for limited amounts of financial assistance. They also may have free birthday toys, free Easter meals and baskets, and other resources. Clients including the unemployed, working poor, immigrants, Spanish speakers, and vulnerable.

Goodwill Industries of Orange County
Address: 410 North Fairview Street
Santa Ana, CA, 92703
Call 714-547-6301 for hours.
The homeless, families in poverty and others can get help. Free groceries, job training programs, and information on food stamps is given out.

Son Light Christian Center
172 North Glassell Street
Orange, California 92866
For hours, dial 714-997-8501
A soup kitchen and food pantry. They also have free Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas meals. They serve Hispanics and Mexicans, the homeless, and anyone in need. There may be Pasta, Peanut butter, Canned Soup, Tacos or Salsa, and other items.

First United Methodist Church of Orange
161 South Orange Street
Orange, CA 92866
714-532-6363
Non-perishable groceries.

Vineyard Community Church
Location is 27632 El Lazo, Suite A
Laguna Niguel, CA, 92677
949-425-3787

San Antonio Family Assistance
5800 East Santa Ana Canyon Road
Anaheim Hills, California, 92807
Call the program at 714-974-9728
Offers non-perishable food. Migrant farmworkers, undocumented Mexicans, and others can get food as well as free meals.

Saint Norbert's Catholic Church
300 East Taft Avenue
Orange, CA, 92865
714-998-2430
Offers free groceries 2 times per month, daily sack lunch, clothing, and government commodities.

Cool Water Ministries
515 East Almond Avenue
Orange, California 92866
The phone number is 949-292-6425.
The non-profit has a mobile food pantry. It goes across the community in southern California and has fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, and more.

Companerismo Rey De Reyes
940 West Wilshire Avenue
Santa Ana, California 92707
Dial 714-850-1952
Emergency food including canned foods, bread, veggies, fruits, Boxed or Canned Juices, Boxed stuffing, and grains.

First Christian Church of Fullerton
109 East Wilshire Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
Main phone 714-525-5525

First Lutheran Church
215 North Lemon Street
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-871-7820
The charity may have clothing, blankets, free personal hygiene items, canned or perishable food, milk, dairy, and more. Services are in Spanish and for Hispanics too.

Heart of Downtown Food Co-Op
223 East Wilshire Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
714-526-2265
They have free perishable and non-perishable groceries.

Saint Andrews Episcopal Church
1231 East Chapman Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714-870-4350
A free hot prepared meal, sack lunch, and other items.

King of Glory Lutheran Church
Foodbank address is 10280 Slater Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA
714-963-5649
Offers fresh produce, dairy, deli, meat, and canned goods. Low-income or unemployed families can get a meal twice per month.

Rose Drive Friends Church
4221 Rose Drive
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
Telephone - 714-528-6496

Rise Church
341 Hillcrest Street
La Habra, CA 90631
562-697-4600

Saddleback College
28000 Marguerite Parkway
Mission Viejo, California 92692
For hours, dial 949-582-4606

Mariners Church
5001 Newport Coast Drive
Irvine, California 92603
949-769-8131
the pantry may have Canned Fruits, paper goods, soap, detergent, shampoo, wipes, Pasta, juice, and more.

Tustin Foursquare Church
600 West Sixth Street
Tustin, CA 9278
714-724-1602

Coast to Coast Foundation
1100 North La Palma Parkway
Anaheim, CA 92801
888-275-5160
Free hygiene kits, clothes, and food are for the homeless and residents close to eviction.

Freedom Bible Church
121 West Cypress Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
714-520-4677

Fullerton Community Center
Foodbank and meal site is at 340 West Commonwealth Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92832
Intake number: 714-738-6575

Orange County Senior centers or aging centers
Services include Meals on Wheels and surplus commodities to the homebound as well as working poor older adults. Some offer transportation. Or get free vitamins, adult diapers, Ensure or Boost supplements, congregate meals, and more.

  • Another location is the Tustin Area Senior Center at 200 South C Street, Tustin, California 92781. Call 714-573-3340.
  • 2271 Crescent Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92801, 714-776-7560
  • The address is 170 South Olive Street, Orange, CA 92866, 714-538-9633
  • Cypress Senior Center, 9031 Grindlay Street, Cypress, CA 90630. Phone 714-229-2005
  • Laguna Beach Seniors, 380 Third Street, Laguna Beach, CA. Call 949-715-5462.
  • Dana Point Senior Center, 34052 Del Obispo Street, Dana Point, CA 92629. Phone - 949-496-4252

Bethel Korean Church
117 West 5th Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
949-854-4010
Homeless people can use the soup kitchen. Meals are served on Sundays.

Southern California Indian Center
10175 Slater Avenue, Suite 150
Fountain Valley, CA, 92708
The main number is 714-962-6673
Offers WIA services to Native Americans who are economically disadvantaged.

Anaheim Seventh-day Adventist Church
900 South Sunkist Street
Anaheim, California, 92806
714-635-0990

Helping Others Prepare for Eternity
Address: 11022 Acacia Parkway, Suite C
Garden Grove, CA, 92840
714-539-4357
Single mothers and disadvantaged children can get emergency food.

Garden Grove 7th Day Adventist
Community Service Center, 12702 Ninth Street
Garden Grove, CA, 92840
Dial - 714-534-4376
Provides the needy with services such as free food, clothing, and personal hygiene supplies when available. Also, provides holiday food distribution during Christmas and Thanksgiving to residents of Garden Grove.

Mission Basilica
Address is 31520 Camino Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, CA, 92675
949-234-1356
Food items may include meat, rice, beans, fruits, and vegetables.

Saint Vincent De Paul Society-Placentia
717 North Bradford Avenue
Placentia, California, 92870
Telephone - 714-528-1487
Churches help the poor, illegal immigrants as well as migrant farmworkers, and others. Hot meals, canned groceries, financial aid, clothes, and other assistance.

Saint Edwards Church
33926 Calle La Primavera
Dana Point, California, 92629
949-496-1572
Provides USDA & FEMA government commodities, emergency groceries, school supplies, and clothing.

Faith Community Nazarene
The address of food bank is 16800 Imperial Highway
Yorba Linda, CA, 92886
Phone number is 714-993-5320

Yorba Linda Friends Church
5211 Lakeview Avenue
Yorba Linda, CA, 92886
Dial 714-777-7386
The charitable food bank may have peanut butter, jelly, dairy, yogurt, and much more. Information is in Spanish too.

Garden Grove Friends Church
The location is 12211 Magnolia Street
Garden Grove, California, 92841
714-539-7735

Calvary Chapel-Garden Grove
12832 Knott Street
Garden Grove, CA, 92841
Main phone 714-897-8972

Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
The address is 14072 Olive Street
Westminster, CA, 92683
Telephone - 714-894-6959
Offers low-income families and individuals within parish boundaries groceries and clothing.

First Presbyterian Church of Westminster
Address 7702 Westminster Boulevard
Westminster, CA, 92683
714-893-1393

Abrazar, Inc.
The main location is 7101 Wyoming Street
Westminster, CA, 92683
714-893-3581
They administer a federal government-funded program which works to improve the health of low-income families by supplementing their diets with nutritious surplus USDA foods.

Saint Mary's by the Sea Catholic Church
321 10th Street
Huntington Beach, California, 92648
The telephone number of the food pantry is 714-536-6913
Receive up to two boxes of food in an emergency.

Beach Cities Interfaith Services
Address: 525 Main Street, First Floor
Huntington Beach, CA, 92648
Call 714-969-4462
A thrift store and free food pantry help the low-income in Orange County. Services are in Spanish too. Get personal or household goods like laundry or dish detergent, brooms, pots, or pans. Groceries may be Boxed Pastas, Beans, Canned yams, Pumpkin, and more

Community United Methodist Church
Foodbank address - 6652 Heil Avenue
Huntington Beach, California, 92647
Telephone number: 714-842-4461

Calvary Chapel - Huntington Beach
7800 Edinger Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA, 92647
Dial the pantry at 714-891-9495

Crosspoint Baptist Church of Huntington Beach
7661 Warner Avenue
Huntington Beach, California, 92647
714-848-5511

Justin Martyr
Location is 2050 West Ball Road
Anaheim, CA, 92804
714-284-0405

Western Avenue Church of Christ
641 South Western Avenue
Anaheim, CA, 92804
Primary phone number is 714-821-6227

Saint Mark's United Methodist
The location is 3700 West Orange Avenue
Anaheim, CA, 92804
714-527-1095

Saint Vincent De Paul Society-Stanton
The pantry is located at 8100 Chapman Avenue
Stanton, California, 90680
714-893-6313
Free emergency food and groceries are provided to the general population and those without housing. Clothing provided as available.

First Evangelical Free Church
2904 North Brea Boulevard
Fullerton, California, 92835
714-529-5544

Calvary Community Church
1465 West Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA, 92833
Call 714-879-6672
Donations and volunteers run the pantry. They may also bring food or meals to the disabled and elderly in Orange County California.

Fullerton Seventh Day Adventist Church
2355 West Valencia Drive
Fullerton, California, 92833
714-525-4561
Toiletries, clothing, small appliances may be distributed when available. Also offers donated and surplus nutritional food in shopping bags or other containers to supplement the diets of individuals in need. They partner with the Orange County Second Harvest Food Bank.

Hope Office of Saint Bonaventure Catholic Parish
Main Address - 16400 Springdale Street
Huntington Beach, CA, 92649
714-846-3831
Provides EFSP/FEMA, EFAP/USDA, and purchased or donated emergency clothing, groceries, and household items to low-income individuals.

Saint Michael's Society
107 West Marquita
San Clemente, CA, 92672
949-366-9480

Christ Lutheran Church
820 West Imperial Highway
Brea, California, 92821
The primary phone number is 714-529-2984

Saint Irenaeus-H.O.P.E.
5201 Evergreen Avenue
Cypress, CA, 90630
Call 714-826-0760

First Southern Baptist Church of Orange
714-639-2070
Provides food, groceries (including baby food), and clothing (including baby clothes) when available.

We Care of Los Alamitos
3788 Cerritos Avenue
Los Alamitos, CA, 90720
562-598-9790
People can apply for assistance and get food, clothing, and personal care products. Also runs classes in resume writing, life skills, and ESL. A large portion of the clients of the charity food pantry is Latinos and Mexican immigrants/Spanish speakers.

La Habra Community Resource Care Center
The address is 350 South Hillcrest Street
La Habra, California, 90631
562-697-1199
Free groceries available for emergency only to La Habra residents, and there is also one-time emergency assistance for food for those in need in Orange County. Other services offered include information and referrals to government aid such as CalFresh or LIHEAP. Clothing and hygiene items are available for those without housing.

 

HEALTH

Dr. Lucy Mayela Saenz, MD
 
Dr. Saenz graduated from the Universidad Autonoma De Guadalajara in 1978.  Dr. Saenz works in Anaheim, CA and 1 other location and specializes in Family Medicine and General Practice. 
 
Two Office Locations:
 
        Accepting New Patients
 
ANAHEIM
1203 N Euclid St,
Anaheim, CA 92801
 
Hours: 
Monday      9AM–5PM
Tuesday     9AM–5PM
Wednesday      9AM–5PM
Thursday      9AM–5PM
Friday      9AM–1PM
Saturday     Closed
Sunday     Closed
 
SANTA ANA
1215 E 17th St
Santa Ana,CA,92701
Hours: 
Monday   9AM–1PM
Tuesday   1:30PM–6PM
Wednesday    9AM–1PM
Thursday   1:30PM–5PM
Friday   9AM–1PM
Saturday   Closed
Sunday   Closed

Specialist in:

  • Family Medicine
  • General Practice

Diabetic and High Blood Pressure

Providers for :

Family PACT                              Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment. Each Woman Counts

Accepted Insurance:

  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
  • HMO
  • PPO

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Dr. Saenz is affiliated with South Coast Global Medical Center, Anaheim Global Medical Center and Kindred Hospital Of Santa Ana.

DENTAL

GEVA DENTAL

 Dr. Gloria Villegas, DDS

Address1126 N Flower St unit # A,               

Santa Ana, CA 92703

           ¡Se Habla Español!

Phone:  (657) 247-0570

Hours:

Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday 9AM–7PM
Wednesday 9AM–7PM
Thursday 9AM–7PM
Friday Closed
Saturday 8AM–3PM
 

Specialization:

Complete Dental care with Orthodontics which includes Crowns, Fillings, Implants, Root Canals, Extractions, Emergency Dental care.

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Dr. Yesenia Camacaro, DDS

1101 N Tustin St
Orange, CA 92867

HABLAN ESPAÑOL

Phone:  (714) 602-9606

Websitehttps://www.ycdentaloc.com/

Office Hours

Tuesday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
 
SERVICES:
Cleanings and Preventive Care
Cosmetic Dentistry
Periodontal Disease Therapy
Root Canal Therapy
Dental Surgery, etc.
 
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Mental Health:

What your child should be doing now?  A developmental guide/ list step by step.  It can be used to create IEP goals.  

Banco de Metas y Objectivos OREGON IEP ESPANOL Jan 2020 Update

IEP Goals and Objectives Bank (Redmond, Oregon) - English

Self-Determination in California

Yo Domino Mi IEP  / I Domain My IEP

Teaching from home: Resources for Parents

In today's world, it’s important for parents to have the support of family and friends. But equally important is to have access to resources that will help us and our children to evolve along the way. 

NOTETechnology resources for parents and students - Change the website language - Video instructions / How to change a website to Spanish or another language

Free Activities, Hand-outs and Information Sheets

Browse all the free Your Therapy Source special education, occupational and physical therapy printables, forms, worksheets, and activity ideas. These pages are very easy to navigate.   Check out even more free stuff here.

Webinars & Toolkits

  • Sesame Street

    • Not only did they create a specific page for COVD-19 resources but their website has a ton of toolkits, printable activities, and fun interactives for kids!

  • Autism Speaks

    • Resources range from parent training, visual supports, stress and mental health links, and more.

  • Autism Society

    • Provides several toolkits to help with modifying routines, education, lifestyle supports, and more. They also have a Facebook live series.

  • Autism Research Institute

    • Includes webinars, social stories, and other resources aimed at reducing anxiety and restoring a sense of routine during the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Autism Society

    • Provides several toolkits to help with modifying routines, education, lifestyle supports, and more. They also have a Facebook live series.

  • National Autism Association

    • They created a list of different resources ranging from caregiver tips to teaching tools. They also have several different useful toolkits available to download on their website.

  • Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

Teaching Tools & Social Stories

Dolch Sight Words List

The Dolch Sight Words list is the most commonly used set of sight words.   These words comprise 80% of the words you would find in a typical children’s book and 50% of the words found in writing for adults. Once a child knows this list of words, it makes reading much easier, because the child can then focus his or her attention on the remaining words.

GRADE LEVEL

POWERFUL LANGUAGE PROGRAM

     This site provides:

  • Printable and interactive materials
    • Goal banks
    • AAC Activity Analysis, AAC Communication Log, AAC Home Questionnaire, AAC and Core Language
  • Therapy blogs and information
  • Social Community for SLPs
  • Do2Learn

    • A resource that offers free pages of social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills

  • We Are Teachers

    • 300+ online learning resources for all ages!

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

    • A free resource chock full of exciting articles, stories, videos, and fun learning challenges that children can complete at any time, in any order for grade Pre-K - 9. They also have separate resources available for parents and teachers.

  • PBS

    • Videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home for PreK-12.

  • CircleTime

    • A free resource for the little ones (ages 0-8). You can join live classes or watch recorded sessions from yoga to family sing-alongs.

  • Little Puddings

    • A coronavirus social story offered in different languages. They also have a variety of printables and tips.

  • HippoCampus

    • Over 7,000 videos in 13 subjects! This is a free resource for middle school-aged children to college.

  • Boom Learning

    • Boom Cards are self-grading exercises gamified for students. 

Activities

  • America’s Test Kitchen

    • Resources to learn the ins and outs of the kitchen and make something delicious along the way!

  • Highlights Kids

    • Highlights Hidden Pictures was always my favorite. Highlights Kids has a variety of free educational, but fun activities, games, and other interactives available on their site.

  • Crayola

    • Not only do they have 100s of craft ideas like creating a paper plate Sloth, they also have a ton of lesson plans and resources available for teachers throughout their site.

  • National Geographic Kids

    • Explore, play, and learn with a variety of activities, games, and interactives.

  • Go Noodle

    • Learning content and games to get your kids up and moving! Who doesn’t need a mid-afternoon dance party?

  • Book Creator

    • Kids can get creative and create   their own book! They are currently offering a free trial for 90 days. They also have a variety of available webinars and resources throughout their site.

  • Sensory Smarts

    • List of helpful websites to help your child with sensory needs.

Self Care & Coping

This isn’t an exhaustive list and there’s so much more out there.  We hope any of these resources will be useful or not so much. Please also let us know of any other resources you’ve found helpful! We want to create a community of sharing and support.

As always, let us know if you need anything!

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More resources are shared by parents and teachers.  In  Spanish

K-2

Libros en voz alta - Una lista compilada de libros leídos en voz alta en Youtube en español./ Compilación de libros leidos en voz alta en español.

Videos educativos música en español : estos videos ayudan a los niños a desarrollar el lenguaje y el vocabulario en español. Lista de videos musicales educativos para niños. Algunos son bilingües.

Videos educativos de música en inglés - Estos videos ayudan a los niños a desarrollar el lenguaje y el vocabulario en inglés. Las animaciones ayudan a los niños a hacer conexiones con el nuevo vocabulario.

Cortometraje - Recopilación de cortometrajes para enseñar valores y alfabetización. La mayoría de las películas tienen poco o ningún diálogo. La serie de preguntas sirven como una guía para ayudar a los maestros o padres a desarrollar la alfabetización y los valores de los estudiantes. Las preguntas están en inglés / español para que los maestros las den a los padres o para los maestros bilingües.

Starfall -  los niños se divierten mientras aprenden, especializándose en lectura, fonética.

Footsteps to Brilliance - Footsteps2Brilliance® es una solución de alfabetización de pre-K a 2do grado que utiliza tecnología móvil para conectar la escuela, el hogar y la comunidad para el éxito académico. Libros, canciones en inglés y español. Puede obtener una cuenta a través de las bibliotecas o su escuela.

3-5

Exploratorium - Actividades de Ciencias para Hacer en casa - ve este video para ver Cómo cambiar el idioma a español.

6-8

National Geographic - Versión en español - artículos sobre ciencia, espacio y el mundo. Biblioteca Mundial de la UNESCO Español

9-12

Recursos para materias académicas

K-12

PBS At Home Learning- horario de televisión educativa, creado por PBS SoCal / KCET y Los El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles está vinculado a los estándares estatales de California. Ubiquen PBS en sus condados en California.

comenzará a transmitir programas educativos y, en colaboración con el Superintendente de Escuelas del Condado de San Bernardino, se han creado varias lecciones y proyectos para los estudiantes. 

Ver el guía de aprendizaje en el hogar: Guía de aprendizaje

ESL en el hogar : ideas para 4 semanas de aprendizaje no tecnológico en el hogar para estudiantes que estan aprendiendo ingles. Las listas están en varios idiomas. Actividad de muestra: crear un gráfico T. Haga una lista de las cosas que le gusta aprender en casa que en la escuela. 

Scholastic Aprendizajeen el hogar: proyectos diarios para mantener a los estudiantes aprendiendo. Ofreciendo cursos diarios gratuitos en línea para K hasta 6to grado. Los niños pueden realizar actividades solos, con sus familias o con sus maestros. Los recién llegados pueden cambiar la página a su propio idioma. Vea cómo hacerlo - Cambiar el idioma del sitio web

Excursiones virtuales - Más de 30 excursiones con enlaces

Visitas virtuales de los museos de Madrid -  galerías de arte que ofrecen interesantes recorridos virtuales que le permiten no solo ver su colección y detalles de las obras, sino que son tan realistas que pensará que ha estado allí. A continuación revelamos en qué museos es posible.

Youtube aprendiendo en casa -  Youtube se ha asociado con creadores de aprendizaje para brindar recursos y actividades familias y sus hijos. El canal está organizado en categorías por edad o contenido.

Free Activities, Hand-outs and Information Sheets

https://www.yourtherapysource.com/freestuff.html

Browse all the free Your Therapy Source special education, occupational and physical therapy printable, forms, worksheets, and activity ideas.  They have finally reorganized these pages so it will be easier for you to navigate. If you were used to the old page and knew where everything was just scroll down. Check out even more free stuff here.

Teaching from home: Resources for Educators

With things constantly changing and uncertainty, it’s important to have key resources to help to teach others.  So as we move through this together and learn how to keep ourselves and those we care about safe during COVID-19, here are some resources to help you along the way.

Webinars & Toolkits

Teaching Tools & Social Stories

  • Do2Learn

    • A resource that offers free pages of social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills

  • We Are Teachers

    • 300+ online learning resources for all ages!

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

    • A free resource chock full of exciting articles, stories, videos, and fun learning challenges that children can complete at any time, in any order for grade Pre-K - 9. They also have separate resources available for parents and teachers.

  • PBS

    • Videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home for PreK-12.

  • CircleTime

    • Free resource for the little ones (ages 0-8). You can join live classes or watch recorded sessions from yoga to family sing-alongs.

  • Little Puddins

    • A coronavirus social story offered in different language. They also have a variety of printables and tips.

  • HippoCampus

    • Over 7,000 videos in 13 subjects! This is a free resource for middle school aged children to college.

  • Boom Learning

    • Boom card are self-grading exercises gamified for students. Schools may be eligible for a free account if you’ve been impacted by COVID-19.

Activities

  • America’s Test Kitchen

    • Resources to learn the ins and outs of the kitchen and make something delicious along the way!

  • Highlights Kids

    • Highlights Hidden Pictures was always my favorite. Highlights Kids has a variety of free educational, but fun activities, games, and other interactives available on their site.

  • Crayola

    • Not only do they have 100s of craft ideas like creating a paper plate Sloth, they also have a ton of lesson plans and resources available for teachers throughout their site.

  • National Geographic Kids

    • Explore, play, and learn with a variety of activities, games, and interactives.

  • Go Noodle

    • Learning content and games to get your kids up and moving! Who doesn’t need a mid afternoon dance party?

  • Book Creator

    • Kids can get create and create their own book! They are currently offering a free trial for 90 days. They also have a variety of available webinars and resources throughout their site.

  • Sensory Smarts

    • List of helpful websites to help your child with sensory needs.

Self Care & Coping

This isn’t an exhaustive list and there’s so much more out there but these are either resources I’ve used myself or have been recommended. If you’ve used any of these resources let us know how it’s been useful or not so much. Please also let us know of any other resources you’ve found helpful! We want to create a community of sharing and support.

As always, let us know if you need anything!

Organizations in support of people with disabilities in California

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Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy

 
Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for reliable information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

Disability Rights California (DRC)

We are the largest disability rights group in the nation. ... We are the protection and advocacy agency for California. ... This section is categorized by topic to help other advocates, facilities, and organizations. ... with disabilities and public programs that provide services and supports. ... years of serving people with disabilities.
 
Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)
The Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), located in Berkeley, California and Washington, DC, USA is a national cross-disability civil rights law and policy center directed by individuals with disabilities and parents who have children with disabilities.
 
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Since 1920, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has been one of the leading civil rights organizations. This organization was founded to protect the rights of all American citizens. The group responds to issues that protect individual rights and liberties and stand up for all groups of people such as women, prisoners, those with disabilities, lesbians, and gay men.
 
LEGAL- RECENT CASES DECISIONS:
 
California Statutes and Training:

 http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/se/lr/

Obtain recent case decisions (California): 

http://www.dgs.ca.gov/oah/SpecialEducation/searchDO.aspx

Review recent decisions (Nevada):

 http://www.doe.nv.gov

KEY Resources for families with kids with disabilities.

PACER Center enhances the quality of life and expands opportunities for children, youth, and young adults with all disabilities and their families so each person can reach his or her highest potential. 
 
https://www.pacer.org/publications/spanish.asp
 
Here a list of resources in SPANISH
 

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