Helping Laguna Beach & Mission Viejo Stay Healthy
Mission Hospital has an established history of community service for the residents of south Orange County. We are committed to improving the health and quality of life of the people we serve. A cornerstone of the work we do is through partnerships, working with others “of like minds” to create change. We work with dozens of local non-profits, faith based organizations, civic leaders and local residents to understand and respond to the needs of the community.
For questions, concerns, or further information, please send us an email.
Community Health Needs Assessments and Community Health Implementation Plans
Visit our system website to view all CHNA and CHIP reports
View all CHNA and CHIP Reports
Community Benefit Reports
Since 1996 Mission Hospital has been the corporate sponsor of Camino Health Center, a licensed primary health care facility that offers a sliding fee scale. The center has grown from a small "store front" clinic to a health center with more than 100,000 patient visits per year and four unique programs serving area residents.
Raising Healthy Teens is a program developed for parents of school-aged youth in South Orange County, California, by Mission Hospital, a ministry of Providence. The program is part of a three-year strategic initiative to reduce underage substance use in our community.
Raising Healthy Teens aims to provide facts and relevant resources you can use for real-life parenting supporting our belief that positive encouragement and interactions with engaged parents, along with other caring adults, have the greatest impact on healthy youth development.
When it comes to health, peoples’ minds deserve the same attention as their bodies. That’s why Mission Hospital is activating Each Mind Matters, California’s Mental Health Movement, in south Orange County. The statewide initiative was created to unite millions of individuals who share a vision of improved mental health and equality for all.
Established in 1996, the South Orange County Family Resource Center (SOCFRC) has been serving approximately 5000 people each year. In 1998, the Community Health Enrichment Collaborative Family Resource Center (CHEC FRC) opened to better serve the residents of San Juan Capistrano and neighboring communities. The Family Resource Centers bring together services and activities that educate, support and provide resources for families in need.
Programs include parent, teen and child education classes, support groups, counseling services, and information/resources. Many programs are offered in Spanish and can be provided in the community at local schools, churches or in home. The Family Resource Centers are a collaborative effort between Mission Hospital, The Raise Foundation, Children’s Bureau of Southern California, Human Options and a variety of other social service agencies.
22481 Aspan Street, Suite B
Lake Forest, CA 92630
27412 Calle Arroyo
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Mission Hospital offers a free health information line to the community to find a physician and learn more about available classes and events. This is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To get information, call 877-459-3627 (DOCS).
In 1997, Mission Hospital initiated a Health Ministry Partnership with local faith communities in order to address the health and quality of life of local residents through programs that focus on the body, mind, and spirit. These programs have continued to flourish, serving residents throughout south Orange County. With over 20 faith communities working in partnership with Mission Hospital, new programs and services have been implemented to bring wholeness to those who are suffering.
Reports & Community Health Needs Assessments
Your feedback is important to us. Please comment on our FY17 CHNA and FY18-FY20 CB Plan/Implementation Strategy Reports by emailing Christy.Cornwall@stjoe.org.
Community Benefit Plan/Implementation Strategy Reports
Community Benefit Reports
Community Health Needs Assessment ReportsView CHNA reports