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2-1-1 OC needs a new CEO


2-1-1The 2-1-1 Orange County Board is seeking statement of qualifications from interested individuals who will serve as Chief Executive Officer. The Board will enter into a contract with an individual to serve as the Chief Executive Officer, subject to annual renewals. See job posting at:

2-1-1 Orange County was formed through the merger of two non-profits 2-1-1 and the OC Partnership in May of 2013. 2-1-1 Orange County is funded primarily through the County of Orange various agencies and private philanthropy. The joining of these two established organizations represents an exciting combination of talent, infrastructure and missions – resulting in a stronger and better health and human services safety net for the region.

The new organization will bolster the support system that exists to help our community, both Orange County residents and the providers that serve them, when they need it. Both organizations have a history of making a difference; together they are committed to making Orange County healthier, safer, more secure community for our children and families and all residents in need of assistance.

The new enhanced organization 2-1-1 Orange County will provide: + Better service to client’s through the maintenance of more accurate information and data. + Improved support to provider agencies through more accurate referrals to their services. + Improved analysis to help stakeholders make better decisions about the region’s most pressing health and human services challenges, including homelessness and the lack of affordable housing. +Support for the Orange County Commission to End Homeless including streamlined entry into the homeless system of services through a centralized process (i.e. Coordinated Assessment/Centralized Intake).

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