Cambodian Family

Rating: 5 stars   16 reviews


1626 E. 4th Street Santa Ana CA 92701 USA


To provide various social services to local residents


Omh - office of minority health partnerships active in communities to achieve health equity program - healthy changes pac program to support minority community health coalitions and increase the education and treatment of hiv/aids.

tce - the california endowment to improve community health by engaging residents and systems leaders in efforts to increase neighborhood safety and increase access to health homes in santa ana.

uwyp - united way - plan ahead youth program to provide assistance to the youth such as tutoring, daycare, etc.

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Rating: 5 stars  

My springboard to success! As a consultant working for the non-profit sector, I know that this is one of the best agencies providing human services to the Orange County community. An alumna of The Cambodian Family's Youth program, I participated in Cambodian Language and Culture classes, trained in traditional Khmer dance and hip-hop, and learned essential life-skills in the TCF/Campfire Girls program. This involvement was crucial to my development as a 1.5 generation refugee and daughter of parents escaping from a traumatic post-war past.

TCF was a safe haven for myself and other children living in the crime-ridden area of Minnie St. Bishop Manor in southeast Santa Ana during the 1980s-90s. It was a place where we could go to enjoy learning new things and exploring our dual Cambodian-American identities. TCF is a place for building stronger family bonds and creating lasting friendships. I was able to meet many persons from different ethnic backgrounds who became my closest friends. I met leaders who believed in my potential and helped me to explore academically and encouraged me to be creative artistically.

The Cambodian Family helped me to achieve all my goals and become successful. It continues to make an impact on my life. Presently, my daughter benefits from participating in TCF activities. She is growing in her confidence and enjoys the programs. For these reasons, I chose to return as a Volunteer and help the dedicated staff continue the mission to serve our community.

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