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  

As a board member, I get to see Cambodian Family from a bird's eye view. What i see and love most about the organization are the people who "work" here. I don't think the employees know that they are working here. I think they just come to the center with the attitude and intention to help. I love how they genuinely help and care for their clients. It's very refreshing.

Yet another amazing aspect of this organization is that the entire staff does so much with little resources. They are very effective and effecient utilizing what resourses that are available.

I am honored to be a part of this organization and to play a small role in shaping their future. If you are reading this, I hope that you take the time to learn more about the organziation and donate to such a worthy cause.

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