Currently serving Buena Park, Brea, Fullerton, Placentia, and Stanon. More cities coming soon.

Uniting Cities, Changing Lives

A Unified Approach to Tackling Homelessness

The fight against homelessness cannot be won alone. It takes a community, or in our case, multiple communities. HOPE Center OC believes in the power of partnerships—uniting cities and organizations under one common goal: to eradicate homelessness and improve lives.

Our City Partners

Unity In Action: Communities Working Together

Homelessness is not limited by city borders, which is why we collaborate with 10 cities across North Orange County: Brea, Buena Park, Cypress, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Orange, Placentia, Stanton, and Yorba Linda.

Each city, although unique, faces common challenges related to homelessness

Increased calls to police departments

Stretched Social Services

Communities in need of support

At the HOPE Center, we partner with city outreach coordinators and local law enforcement officers from various cities to serve the entire region. Rather than confining ourselves to city boundaries, we are committed to breaking down silos and fostering collaboration. Our partner cities have chosen to work together instead of separately because they understand that we all face similar challenges with homelessness. By teaming up, we can combine our resources, share information, and coordinate our efforts more effectively. This means we can help more people and provide better services. This strategy not only benefits individual cities but also establishes a powerful coalition capable of advocating for broader changes to assist all those in need. Through this collective endeavor, we’re fulfilling our mantra of delivering “the right people, right resources, right now,” not just in one city but across an entire region. This is unity in action, making our multi-city partnership innovative and effective.

Our Extended Network of Partners

Collaborating Across Sectors for Greater Impact

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Mapping Our Way to Change

Outreach Grid is a systematic way of identifying and reaching the homeless population in multiple cities. It streamlines efforts and ensures that resources are used efficiently. By synchronizing our data and initiatives, we’re ensuring that the right resource gets to the right person at the right time.

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A National Force for Local Change

Volunteers of America have been indispensable in enhancing our mission. Their dedication amplifies our ability to provide essential services ranging from mental health support to basic necessities for those in need.