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June marks the first month of summer! With more daylight, comes more opportunities to get active either outside or from the comfort of your own home. You can even take this workout routine into the gym!
Here we have a twist on your traditional burger with a vegetarian option that is full of fiber. Try our Black Bean Burger Patty recipe today!
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Families Together mental health specialists give tips and coping strategies that can be applied by anyone.
With longer days full of sunshine ahead of us, now is the perfect time to test out an exercise routine in your backyard, your nearest park or the beach!
Our nutritionist has developed this healthy take on a traditional Alfredo Sauce. Click through to learn how to make this dish!
Our Weight Resistance Trainer, Chris, is back with another heart-pumping workout! As always, these exercises can be done at home, in the gym, or anywhere you find a spot to exercise.
As we inch closer to summer, we can take advantage of some of the cooler days we have left to try out a new soup recipe.
Families Together of Orange County’s nutritionist, Roxy, has put together a list of foods that may help ward off the blues!
The sun is shining brighter as we spring out of winter and our Weight Resistance Trainer, Chris, has put together the perfect workout that can be done at home, at the gym, or even outdoors!
There is nothing like a delicious and healthy Thai Turkey Lettuce Wrap to bring in National Nutrition Month! This month’s recipe is sure to become your go-to this spring!
Read about the Medi-Cal expansion and how Families Together of Orange County can help you apply for Medi-Cal just in time for the expansion which goes into effect on May 1, 2022.
Families Together resistance trainer, Chris has put together a new workout routine that is sure to get your hearts pumping! s. Here we have a set of four exercises with modifications included.
In honor of American Heart Month, Families Together of Orange County is highlighting five tips developed by our team of doctors to promote heart health throughout the month of February.
Learn how to make this nutrition-packed yet delicious meal from the FTOC nutrition program with our February recipe.
New year new health goals! Let’s kick off the New year with a Zesty take on the go-to kale salad. This carrot and ginger dressing will definitely put some pep in your step.
Families Together Resistance Trainer Chris Henderson is back with another at-home workout that can easily be done in your living room or in an outdoor park! Watch the video now!
Our nutritionist has crafted a delicious dish you can have for breakfast, lunch or even dinner! Learn how to make this month’s recipe Baby Kale and Mushroom Brunch!
Families Together Medical Director and Pediatrician Dr. Lowell Gordon answers common questions parents may have regarding the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children.
As part of the grand opening of Jae’s Gym, FTOC’s weight resistance trainer has curated a special workout for the community. Watch the video and learn the routine!
No other ingredient dominates the Fall season like the pumpkin does! Here is a healthy take developed by our Nutritionist on one of Fall’s favorite recipes, pumpkin bread.
Learn all about our Telehealth expansion with the Virtual Clinic, how to use it and who can access the service. Here you can find step-by-step instructions for how to access the Virtual Clinic for appointments.
October is time for warm, comfort food. With this baked apples recipe, you get just that, but with a healthy twist! Read on to learn how to cook this deliciously tasty fall treat!
Families Together Behavioral Health Director, Yvette Visconte, provides insight on what parents can do to help manage stress and anxiety in children as they return to the classroom this year.
View full results and key findings from the survey conducted by Families Together, which looks into the various barriers to care in Southern California and how access can be improved for the community.