Orange County, CA is a great place to live, work, and play. It offers a wide range of health and wellness services for its residents, including group activities, individual activities, classes and workshops, indoor recreation, community participation, crisis stabilization centers for mental health needs, recovery stations for substance use disorders, emotional support from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and data platforms that highlight social and health disparities. The Orange Center is the first of the three planned campuses and has a crisis stabilization center for mental health needs as well as the county's first recovery station for substance use disorders. This campus is the first visible sign of a change in mental health care systems in Orange County and is the first station where OC tests its sobriety.
The wellness center helps people in their personal growth and development while minimizing the stigma associated with their mental health conditions. Be Well OC's vision is to lead the country in optimal mental health and well-being for all Orange County residents. To achieve this goal, they have organized events that are broadcast online and attended by prominent community leaders from the Board of Supervisors, the Orange County Health Care Agency, CalOptima, the District Attorney, the Sheriff, and local health systems. In addition, they have developed the OC Equity Map in partnership with AdvanceOC which is a data platform that highlights social and health disparities in neighborhoods in Orange County across multiple dimensions. The free and confidential telephone line of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is also located on campus to provide emotional support and resources to residents of Orange County. The county is committed to making Orange County a safe, healthy, and satisfying place to live, work and play, today and for generations to come by providing outstanding and cost-effective regional public services. Orange County provides an array of health and wellness services that are designed to help its residents lead healthier lives.
These services include group activities such as yoga classes or sports teams; individual activities such as counseling or therapy; classes and workshops on topics such as nutrition or stress management; indoor recreation such as swimming or rock climbing; community participation such as volunteering or joining a support group; crisis stabilization centers for mental health needs; recovery stations for substance use disorders; emotional support from NAMI; and data platforms that highlight social and health disparities. By taking advantage of these services, Orange County residents can improve their physical health, mental health, and overall wellbeing. Whether you're looking for a way to stay active or need help managing a mental health condition, there are plenty of options available in Orange County.