The Cambodian Family is a grass-roots, community-based, non-profit organization founded in 1980 by Cambodian refugees who had fled the "killing fields" of civil war and genocide. For over 30 years, we've been promoting the health and well-being of limited English-speaking refugees and immigrants in the Orange County region.
Walk United With Our Team
Walk With Us Orange County United Way is a proud supporter of the Youth Program at The Cambodian Family. Through their support, we are able to achieve our mission of helping youth develop their vision for the future and turn their vision into reality. The Cambodian Family will be joining Orange County United Way in this year’s Walk United 2013 event at Angels Stadium. Read
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
A Healthy Mind is as Important as a Healthy Body Just like your body, your mind needs some TLC. Managing your mental well-being can lead to a more successful and productive life. When we talk about “mental health,” people often associate the term to something negative. Because of the stigma behind the term, being labeled mentally ill can lead to being ostracized and getting treated
Exposing our Youth to College
For the past few years, we have had the honor to partner with the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) from UCI through their PACE (Planning for Academic Collegiate Excellence) program. Members from PACE have consistently provided volunteers committed to helping the underserved youth in our after school program achieve their goals. In addition to tutoring, PACE organized college campus tours and higher education workshops to