Author: Martha Jasso

Congressman Ed Royce Launches Anti-Human Trafficking Committee that Includes Crittenton Services for Children and Families

Rep. Ed Royce (R-Fullerton) announces the launch of his Human Trafficking Congressional Advisory Committee (HTCAC) which will hold its inaugural meeting at Royce’s Los Angeles County district office. The HTCAC is comprised of victims’ rights groups, local and federal law enforcement agencies, and community advocates who will meet on a monthly basis to address human trafficking concerns....

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Crittenton Services for Children and Families Staff Among the 2013 Leadership Fullerton Graduates

The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce’s second Leadership Fullerton class celebrated the completion of the ten-month leadership program with a commencement ceremony at the Fullerton Public Library....

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Fullerton Chamber of Commerce Introduces New Chair: Joyce Capelle, CEO, Crittenton Services for Children and Families

Fullerton Chamber event served as the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting; 2013-14 Board of Directors installation; and welcomed incoming Chairman of the Board, Joyce Capelle, Chief Executive Director of Crittenton Services for Children & Families.  ...

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Crittenton Gets Special Easter Delivery of Sock and Shoes

Retirement community helps Crittenton Services for Children and Families by providing nearly 400 pairs of socks and 200 new shoes to kids in need.    ...

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Eliana Rosen, Crittenton Public Policy Intern, helping out on a site visit from Congressman Ed Royce's team.
Meet Eliana: Crittenton’s Public Policy Intern

Just as I could only imagine how most other college students would feel upon starting their first internship; I too was relatively clueless to what I would encounter as an intern for Crittenton. On its own merit, interning for a non-profit child welfare agency provides its own unique experience. However, I say with full confidence that the knowledge and skills I gained at Crittenton is unparallel...

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Leadership Fullerton 2012-2013 Fellows.
2013 Leadership Fullerton Fellows include Crittenton Staff

The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce’s second Leadership Fullerton class celebrated the completion of a ten-month leadership program with a commencement ceremony at the Fullerton Public Library on June 27, 2013. Leadership Fullerton is a program that provides City of Fullerton professionals with a unique opportunity to connect and better understand the local community with a focus on business and governance. This year’s graduate class had a total...

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Wrap Around Event 2013
Wraparound Services Annual Family Picnic

More than 200 Crittenton Services for Children and Families clients and their families from the Los Angeles County area participated in the Wraparound Services Department's Annual Family Picnic at Cerritos Regional Park on June 15, 2013. The goal of the picnic is to promote family unity and to teach Crittenton clients and their families that they can spend quality time together without having to spend a lot...

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Crittenton Residential Services Staff attending the LA County's Probation Department: 21st Annual Success is your Future Awards Banquet.
Success is our Future Awards Banquet

Crittenton Services for Children and Families staff and residential clients were invited to attend the Los Angeles County Probation's Department: 21st Annual Success is our Future Awards Banquet on May 16, 2013. Crittenton's graduating class of 2013 consisted of six female clients that were honored and recognized at the annual academic and talent achievement event. Among the recognition given to Crittenton clients at the awards ceremony...

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Crittenton CEO, Joyce Capelle, blogging from her desk.
Welcome and Thanks for the Support

In the years I have been at Crittenton, I have learned that we are more than our programs, services, or locations. WE are a diverse group of ideas, opinions, skills, talents and dreams. As the government agencies we contract with demand more accountability – and rightly so – I don’t want to lose sight of the power of one staff in the moment with one...

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