Designed by Fullerton Parks and Recreation to help you locate the agency providing programs or services you need. If you do not find what you are looking for in this Guide, please contact either the Fullerton Main Library at 714-738-6326 or the Hunt Branch at 714-738-3122.
Maria Shriver’s WE Connect campaign is a pioneering public/private partnership designed to help California’s working families become more financially secure by connecting them to important programs and resources. Several of these programs, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), are available and accessible to working families but many are not taking full advantage of them. This leaves over a billion dollars on the table each year that could have been used by working families right here in California. This statewide effort will connect families with the information and tools they need to take full advantage of these valuable resources, empowering them to live their dreams.
Multiple lowcost programs providing homework assistance, field trips, educational enrichment, sports, arts, recreational activities and more. There are programs available after school and during school breaks.
This program allows anyone with legal custody of a newborn baby (up to 3 days old) to give the baby to a hospital emergency room, fire station with the Safely Surrendered Baby logo or the Orangewood Children's Home (401 The City Drive, Orange, CA) staff, without identification or police involvement. Newborn babies up to three days old will be taken care of, given medical treatment and placed in a safe home. It is strictly confidential.
The Fullerton Senior Multi-Service Center strives to provide programs and services that promote health and wellness, social interaction and overall well-being to older adults. We offer diverse programs with an emphasis on fitness, recreation, education and social services in a safe environment with respect and enthusiasm.