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Make the Future a Better Place for a Child or Teen...
If you ever wanted to help a child or teen but didn’t know how, why not take this opportunity to become an Orangewood Children’s Home volunteer.

Orangewood Children's Home (OCH) is a temporary shelter for children and teens between the ages of 2 days to 18 years. Volunteers decide which age group best complements their interests and talents.
Orangewood Children's Home
 
Orangewood Children's Home As an OCH volunteer, you will help to individualize the services provided by our professional staff. In addition, your involvement will enrich our programs as we tap into your skills and talents.

OCH volunteers provide that individual attention that all children need. An infant needs someone to hold him and mimic his beginning speech. A toddler needs a caring adult to play with her, read a story and admire her smile. An awkward 12-year-old needs a special person to listen to him and compliment his budding social skills. Even a teenager, who may feel like she knows it all and needs no one, can use some individual attention.
 
Volunteers 18 years of age or older can: Orangewood Children's Home
  • Interact with children or teens in individual and group activities
  • Assist teachers in a classroom setting
  • Interact with children or teens in the residential cottages
  • Engage the children or teens in recreational and craft activities
  • Assist teens participating in Independent Living programs
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For more information, please contact:
Rick Bazant
Orangewood Children's Home
401 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868
Phone: 714.935.7687
E-mail: Rick.Bazant@ssa.ocgov.com
 
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