Men’s mental health is vastly overlooked when considering men’s overall health. During Men’s Health Month, FTOC focuses on the stigma surrounding mental health in men.
Families Together is proud to announce the opening of its third location in Fountain Valley.
Families Together is honored by the Orange County Board of Supervisors for its work in the Afghan Refugee Resettlement program.
Families Together is assisting members of the community with the Medi-Cal expansion and is setting a model for supporting immigrants through the program.
Families Together of Orange County issues a statement ahead of the Pre-Trial for the individual who attacked two vaccine clinic staff on December 30.
As March marks two years since the WHO labeled Covid-19 a worldwide pandemic, Families Together reflects on the role of community health centers during the pandemic.
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.
Families Together is featured in the Orange County register on December 9 as it preps for the biggest toy giveaway in OC, Christmas Together 2021.
Santa is getting some help this year from Families Together as it prepares to give away 20,000 toys at Christmas Together 2021.
FTOC is proud to host the largest toy giveaway in OC this Christmas with its 17th Annual Christmas Together event.
Families Together is proud to announce the opening of Jae’s Gym in Tustin, giving hundreds of low-income community members access to high-end equipment, training and classes.
Community health centers play a vital role in managing the care of the more than 30 million Americans living with diabetes. Patients rely on CHCs to manage their diabetes with a doctor.
Families Together of Orange County, is proud to announce the expansion of its Telehealth program with the launch of its Virtual Clinic. It will increase access for thousands of Orange County residents.
Families Together of Orange County is proud to partner with the City of Santa Ana to help provide rental assistance to Santa Ana renters through the CARES for Tenants program and Revive Santa Ana.
Research from Families Together highlights the barriers to healthcare access in Southern California and how they were heightened during the pandemic. FTOC gives insight into how CHCs can bridge the gap.
FTOC is proud to announce that it has now reached an impressive milestone of administering more than 20,000 vaccines
The OC Register talks to our CEO, Alexander Rossel about the changeover to Blue Shield and asks if the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will bypass the hardest-hit communities served by health clinics.
Following the announcement that Families Together opened up appointments for teachers, food workers, and others who fall into Phase 1B, Tier 1, ABC 7 News stopped by our vaccination clinic in Tustin.
In an article that ran online in the Associated Press, Families Together CEO Alexander Rossel explains how community health centers are working to make sure patients are knowledgeable about the COVID-19 shot.