Families Together of Orange County (FTOC) is pleased to have participated in the Afghan Refugee Health Assessment Fair on February 19, 2022.
Families Together of Orange County is using an interdisciplinary approach to educate and treat patients about the intersection of mental health and heart health.
FTOC is celebrating American Heart Month by shining a light on cardiovascular health and providing education to its patients and community on ways people can improve their heart health.
A case study looking at the Medication Assisted Treatment program at Families Together where it has helped more than 400 people turn their life around.
Families Together of Orange County (FTOC), is proud to announce its 3rd 100% HRSA Site Visit score. It is the first known health center in the region to achieve this milestone.
Families Together issues a statement in response to news that charges were filed against an individual who attacked its vaccination site.
Families Together of Orange County Community Health Center is pleased to announce its participation in the Refugee Health Assessment Program (RHAP) in Orange County as one of five community health centers providing comprehensive health assessments for Afghan refugees.
In 2021, Families Together faced many obstacles, but managed to pull together and keep increasing access to essential healthcare services. Read more in our latest release.
Families Together of Orange County offers a response to the attack that occurred on Thursday, December 30th against its Covid vaccination team.
Families Together gifted 20,000 toys to children in the Orange County community. Several news stations stopped by to cover the event including NBC 4 and KTLA 5. Watch the news coverage here.