The Silverado and Blue Ridge fires have led to the evacuation of thousands of people from their homes over the last two days. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families impacted by this natural disaster. If any family impacted by the fires is in need of basic necessities such as food, diapers etc., please contact us.
ACCESS CALIFORNIA SERVICES TO HOST A DRIVE-THRU FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOSEPH AWAIDA, RAIHAN DAKHIL, AND BABY OMAR KILLED BY A SUSPECTED DUI DRIVER LAST YEAR
This Day of Service will raise awareness about driving under the influence (DUI) and will continue the mission of the family to serve others.
ACCESS CALIFORNIA SERVICES WELCOMES ITS FOURTH DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ACCREDITED REPRESENTATIVE
The Immigration Department at Access California Services now boasts four Department of Justice accredited representatives.
ACCESS CALIFORNIA SERVICES’ ANNUAL PEACE OF MIND CONFERENCE HELPED REDUCE THE STIGMA OF MENTAL HEALTH IN THE MUSLIM AND MIDDLE EASTERN COMMUNITIES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Speakers at the 3rd Annual Family Wellness event discussed dealing with trauma and hardship, parenting special needs, and prevalence of drug use among the youth in the Muslim and Middle Eastern communities.
Come celebrate with us by bringing your kids to AccessCal on Friday, December 21, 2018. Toys will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.
Call 714-917-0440 for more details!
Students from AccessCal’s Childcare Licensing and Parenting classes had the chance learn about CPR and emergency techniques. Since most medical emergencies occur in a person’s home or other place of recreation, these skills could save the life of a loved one. We’re glad we can offer our community access to such necessary training.
AccessCal’s Nahla Kayali was a panelist in the discussion “Working with Immigrant Families in CWS” at The County Welfare Directors Association of California (CWDA) 2014 Conference today.
Panelists covered topics such as best practices, child welfare success stories, established agreements and relationships between the participating panelist organizations and the Social Services Agency.
The two other panelists were Loreta Ruiz, Consul de Proteccion and Raquel Amezcua, MA, Family Mediator and Consultant. Moderating the discussion was Gary Taylor, MS, Division Director of Children and Family Services of the Orange County Social Services Agency.
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