POINT-IN-TIME COUNT 2017

On January 28, 2017 the Street & Sheltered Point-in-Time Count & Survey is conducted across Orange County. This is an essential step and required by HUD, The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, for the county to maintain funding used in the fight to end homelessness. The ”Point-In-Time” count & survey provides statistically…
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12 DAYS OF GIVING

This holiday season, we want to work together with our close friends and family to share our message. Our message is the 12 Days of Giving. We want to share with you the story of who we are and what we do for others, the people behind 211, our amazing partnerships, and the awesome testimonials…
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OUR MISSION

Our Mission at 211OC is dedicated to building an Orange County where… NO ONE IS HOMELESS By building a Coordinated Entry System for the region that offers a single point of entry into the network of services, 211OC will help secure housing for chronically homeless people and help them maintain it. Our goal is to…
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JOIN THE MOVEMENT

211OC has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. #GivingTuesday is held annually on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday to kick-off the holiday giving season and inspire…
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POINT-IN-TIME COUNT 2016

The Point in Time (PIT) count is a biannual tally of people without a home on a particular night. The last PIT occurred on January 24th, 2015. The results of the count shapes the county’s approach to ending homelessness. 2015 PIT Results 2015 Point-in-Time Briefing Summary (2-page brief summary) Full 2015 Point-in-Time County and Survey…
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REDUCE HOMELESSNESS

Living on the streets alone in 2010, 50-something Elizabeth became an unlikely agent of change in Orange County. The San Clemente High School graduate once lived the stereotypical Orange County dream. Then a diagnosis of cancer turned her life into a nightmare. She lost her job, her home and her health insurance. “When you don’t know…
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