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Reentry Services

partners supported by

The Collaborative

Our Reentry Service Partners

AB 87 (Ting, 2017) requires that at least 60 percent of the funding shall go to community based organizations to assist with violence prevention, intervention, and suppression activities. The Advisory Council has selected the following community-based organizations as partners to receive funding:

Click here to learn more about our Innovative Programs

Click any of the logos below to view our partners, their missions, and NOCPSC funding. 
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Outreach Grid: Ending Homelessness Together

To encourage service coordination and improve data quality, the Collaborative rolled out a digital shelter bed reservation system across fifteen agencies to collect data at the point of work.

This data was generated by Outreach Grid for the NOCPSC October 12, 2021.

To read and download the reports, click here.


in Our Community

Take a quick look at impact stories and some of the effective practices supported by The Collaborative.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (Bigs With Badges)

Bigs with Badges: Big Brothers Big Sisters and law enforcement brought the program to the students at Buena Park Junior High using innovative programming and activities in partnership with the school district.

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Boys And Girls Club Of Buena Park

The vital importance of transportation for our community is the daily service to 141 members from 9 different schools to the Club for Education, Fine Arts, Athletics and Leadership Programs for out of school time supervised and structured activities.

Placentia Police Explorers Program

During year two of the North Orange County Public SafetyCollaborative, the Placentia Police Department Explorer Post grew from seven to thirteen registered Explorers. As a group, they have volunteered over 1000 hours of their time to different events held throughout the city and county. These events range from simple training sessions to large scale city events that require the coordination of hundreds of law enforcement Explorers from all over the county. As a team, a group of our Explorers competed against 60 other Explorer Posts from around the country and came back with a trophy for their efforts. As the Explorer Post grows, the responsibilities of the Explorers grow too. We have successfully promoted three Explorers to leadership positions and within these roles they assist the program advisers with day to day activities allowing further growth of the program.

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OC United’s THRIVE Program exists to step into the gap for former-foster and  / or at-risk young adults transitioning into independent and sustainable adulthood. Their program combines restorative relationships with personalized support to empower participants towards healthy development.

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