211 Avenida Fabricante, San Clemente, California 92672
Team Leader(s) Kim Rodriguez, Susanna Lomeli, Stacy Tertany
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The family has an open FM case and consists of the parents, and 2 minor children, 17 and 10 years old. The family has an open FM case due to substantiated allegations of general neglect due to hygiene concerns and domestic abuse. The mother is currently unable to work due to health concerns and it awaiting surgery. The child has developmental disabilities and his behavior can be challenging to manage. The father is in an out of the home but is not working and helps care of the children and take them to school and other appointments. The family is struggling financially due to the mother not working and the children are in needs of tennis shoes and warm winter clothing. The assistance would alleviate stress for the parents and would make the children happy to have new clothes and tennis shoes. The mother shared that the child has wide feet and struggles to find tennis shoes that fit his feet. Mother shared that the child also needs a new backpack and school supplies.
Location: Costa Mesa, CA 92627-County:Orange-Children Served: 2-Adults Served: 1-Agency: #Orange County Social Services Agency-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$340
This family consists of two parents and three children. The boys are ages 9 and 8 and the girl is 6 years old. The family recently immigrated to the US and are asylum seekers as they have been displaced from their homes in Guatemala due to violence and poverty. They reside in one room in a house rented from a friend. The father works as a laborer while the mother is actively looking for employment but has encountered barriers in finding something consistent due to her being undocumented. The mother currently attends English classes in hopes of improving her communication skills. They are receiving support and assistance from a local family resource center. The services include food distribution, financial coaching, counseling services for the parents and children. This will also be the family's first holiday away from their family in Guatemala. The parents currently sleeps on the floor and the children share and rotate an air mattress. The family is in need of clothing and shoes. Mom pants size 16, tops size XL, shoes 7.5. Dad: shoes 9.5. Boy: clothing size 9, shoes size 1. Boy: clothing size 8, shoes size 1. Girl: clothing size 6, shoe size 12.Thank you!
Location: Costa Mesa, CA 92627-County:Orange-Children Served: 3-Adults Served: 2-Agency: #Orange County Social Services Agency-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$1020
A three year old boy is approaching overnights with the father to reunify after the agency became involved due to allegations of neglect by the mother and father. The father has made significant progress in following through with his case plan goals and court ordered services. The father has been applying to new positions as he currently has two interviews scheduled. The father has been doing small jobs in the meantime so as to continue to have some type of income. The father has had the support of his family whom have provided food and other utilities for him. The father has also reached out to local churches and or free produce (fliers) the undersigned has provided him with. The father is in need of $500 for his November rent. If granted the funds to help with one month’s rent, the father will be able to catch up with rent and continue to make his payments afterwards, thus enabling the father to continue to progress, be able to provide stability for the child, and continue with liberalizing the father’s visits to overnights by the end of the month and eventually reunify.
Location: Laguna Hills, CA 92653-County:Orange-Children Served: 1-Adults Served: 1-Agency: #Orange County Social Services Agency-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$500
A low-income father was recently displaced from his apartment and is renting a small bedroom with his two children. The father is under Family Maintenance services and has been participating accordingly. The father has recently fractured his foot from a work related injury and is out of work for the time being, making his finances tight and he is now in need of further assistance. The father is in need of a compact studio apartment sized refrigerator (not a mini fridge) in order to accommodate the groceries and needs of his children. The father is also in need of any financial assistance being offered in any form, such as gas gift cards or groceries and grocery gift cards. Any assistance is much appreciated.
Location: Santa Ana, CA 92707-County:Orange-Children Served: 2-Adults Served: 2-Agency: #Orange County Social Services Agency-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$1160
Single mother and three teenagers in the family. Mother is a domestic violence survivor; she fled another state to start a new life for herself and her children. The family had left their apartment due to the person of harm finding the family. They were staying in motels paying out of pocket after receiving assistance through SSA. The family is now in another apartment unit with more security. She is working a part time job and working with the landlord to pay off any past due balance on rent. Since the family has been out of their original apartment for quite some time; the family lost the bulk of their household items. The family is requesting items such as kitchen basics including flatware, dishes, pots and pans, and a coffee table. The mother is receiving Domestic Abuse Services with the County, and currently trying to obtain stable transportation before securing a full-time job. Finances have been limited for this family.
Location: Tustin, CA 92780-County:Orange-Children Served: 3-Adults Served: 1-Agency: #Orange County Social Services Agency-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$337
Help two aged out foster youth with a baby together! They are trying to love each other, honor their marriage, and love the Lord well. The fact that they are still together after getting pregnant and married as teenagers is a miracle, especially with a now 5 year old. She works full time online and he recently got laid off because the location he worked at closed, he is actively looking for work. He has always had a job, he is a great provider. They bought their daughter a mattress because they could only afford one, and they are sleeping on the floor. They could really use a queen mattress and platform frame.
Location: Costa Mesa, CA 92626-County:Orange-Children Served: 1-Adults Served: 2-Agency: #Young Life One Orange County-Tier 1: Physical Needs-Estimated Value:$350
I have a queen mattress that is less than a few months old and in great condition. Is someone able to pick it up and deliver it?
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