A Coalition of the Leading Family Homeless Services Providers
in Orange County, California

FSC Leads Orange County to end Family Homelessness: Through strong partnerships, our member organizations ideate, implement and advocate for innovations throughout the system, making the FSC the primary driver towards ending a family’s housing crisis.

FSC functions as the “System” supporting the direct service providers
who make up our member organizations.

Family Solutions Collaborative was formed in 2013
as a grassroots coalition to help address the homeless response system for families.

In an effort to ensure system-wide best practices for families in Orange County, the FSC focus and goals are to ensure families are able to access family shelters, prevention and diversion services as well as housing resources in an equitable, timely and coordinated manner. We do this through our collaborative partnerships, ongoing support, training and technical assistance of best-practices that we provide to our member agencies.

Family Solutions Collaborative

Who We Are

Utilizing the Collective Impact Model, the FSC is comprised of 24 of the leading family service organizations in Orange County working to prevent, divert and house homeless families in a prompt, coordinated, and equitable effort.

Our Work

The FSC is the eco-system and strengthener for the family homeless response system in Orange County. We manage the Family Coordinated Entry System, Match Meetings, Access Points, Bed Reservation System, and other projects.

Family Services

If you are a family that is currently experiencing homelessness or at-risk of becoming homeless, please complete our online and confidential Family Service Request Form and you will be contacted within two business days.

June 2022 Member Spotlight: American Family Housing

American Family Housing is a committed and active member of the Family Solutions Collaborative working to end family homelessness. American Family Housing provides housing and an array of support services necessary to help vulnerable populations recover from the long-term effects of homelessness. In addition to the continuum of housing offered, American Family Housing’s services target at-risk populations, such as veterans, families with a disabled household member and vulnerable adults with barriers to housing stability such as mental illness.

Vision: American Family Housing envisions strong Southern California communities where an affordable home is available to everyone, where all children have a place at home to study, and where everyone has a decent kitchen where they can cook.

Mission: American Family Housing knows what it takes for a person or family to access the services and support they need to achieve stability, recover, and pursue their own life goals. These approaches are proven, and can save tax payer dollars, while doing the right thing.

FSC Member Agencies