Author: Martha Jasso

Crittenton’s Angel Tree Program Needs Donations

October 19, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Crittenton Services for Children and Families Martha Jasso, Director of Communications (714) 680-6008 mjasso@crittentonsocal.org Fullerton, Calif – Each year Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) conducts a holiday gift drive known as The Angel Tree Program that collects new in-kind donations from October to early December. Last year alone individual donors, community partners, and corporate sponsors provided holiday gifts for more than 500 children and...

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Fullerton Senior Citizens Club Donates Funding to Crittenton and WTLC

August 20, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Crittenton Services for Children and Families (714) 680-6008 mjasso@crittentonsocal.org [caption id="attachment_3289" align="alignleft" width="300"] Fullerton Senior Citizens Club present donations to Crittenton Services and WTLC.[/caption] Fullerton, Calif. – Two Fullerton based non-profits, Crittenton Services for Children and Families and WTLC, are awarded a generous donation from the Fullerton Senior Citizens Club during the club’s monthly meeting on August 20, 2015. Each non-profit organization received a $1,000...

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The Muckenthaler to Expand its Rehabilitative Arts Program to Help Crittenton Youth

June 17, 2015 Contact: Allison Town, Director of Marketing Phone: 714-773-1311 Email: Allison@TheMuck.org   FULLERTON, Calif. ­­– The California Arts Council announced the Muckenthaler Cultural Center will receive an award of $30,400 as part of its JUMP StArts grant program and $86,176 for two new Arts-in-Corrections program contracts. Now in its second year, JUMP StArts supports high-quality arts education and artist-in-residence programs for the target population of at-risk youth—youth within the...

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Joyce Capelle, CEO, Crittenton Services for Children and Families
A Message from Crittenton’s CEO: Crittenton Welcomes California’s Continuum of Care Reform

Crittenton is committed of not only maintaining our accreditation but at the same time continuously supporting quality improvement measures throughout our agency. Ensuring that Crittenton meets the highest standards of accreditation, licensing, as well as all of our contract terms is not only a priority under California’s Continuum of Care Reform (CCR) mandate, but most importantly it is the right thing to do on behalf...

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2015 Crittenton Golf Tournament
Calling all Golfers: Help us Heal the Wounds of Childhood Trauma

We cordially invite you to the Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) Annual ‘Community for Kids’ Golf Tournament, Dinner, and Auction being held at the picturesque Yorba Linda Country Club on Monday, September 21, 2015. Come join our support base, volunteers, and longtime friends as we golf in support of making trauma-informed educational programming available to Crittenton youth. Your support helps continue a nearly 50-year history of...

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Crittenton Honored as the 2015 Most Committed Partner Award by CSU Fullerton Video

The CSU Fullerton Center for Internships and Community Engagement produced the 2015 "Most Committed Partner" award videos....

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New Field Placement Model with Crittenton Earns Award from CSU Fullerton for its “Teaching and Mentorship” Culture

SocialWorkHelper.com featured the "Most Committed Partner" recognition award given to Crittenton Services by the CSU Fullerton Center for Internships and Community Engagement and the CSU Fullerton Social Work Department. ...

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Crittenton Honored at the CSU Fullerton 2015 Community Engagement Awards

May 11, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Crittenton Services for Children and Families (714) 680-6008 mjasso@crittentonsocal.org [caption id="attachment_2993" align="alignleft" width="300"] 2015 CSUF Social Work Graduate Students interning at Crittenton Services.[/caption] Fullerton, Calif. – Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) is proud to announce the agency’s nomination and selection as this year’s recipient of the Most Committed Partner award by both the CSUF Social Work Department and the CSUF Center for...

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Ed.News (The Good News about Long Beach Unified School District)

The Long Beach Unified School District Office of Multimedia Services covered the 2015 Youth Exploitation Safety Symposium on January 31, 2015 which was hosted by the LBUSD and the Long Beach Trafficking Task Force at Cabrillo High School in Long Beach, Calif. Crittenton subject matter experts Dr. Barbara Hernandez and our public policy and advocacy department were highlighted in the video....

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Crittenton Employees at the 17th Annual BRAVO Awards
Crittenton’s 17th Annual Employee BRAVO Awards

Acknowledging Crittenton Employees: For 17 years Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) has made a commitment to honor the agency’s employees for their commitment in helping to treat childhood trauma, and actively curtailing the cycles of child abuse and neglect within the Southern California communities we serve. At the end of April the agency provided a free sit-down breakfast or lunch for all full-time, part-time, and...

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