Brochures

Administrative Services / Director's Office

The following brochures are produced and distributed by the OC Health Care Agency's Communications team. To request hard copies, please call (714) 834-2178 or email HCAComm@ochca.com.


OC Health Care Agency at a Glance

Whether you’re one of the 3 million residents who call OC home or the 47 million visitors who travel here every year to enjoy our parks, beaches and attractions, we’re working around the clock to promote your health and well-being. Click here to learn more.


Meet the Medical Doctors of the OC Health Care Agency

Detectives, innovators, counselors, advocates and humanitarians. You’re invited to meet the medical doctors of the OC Health Care Agency. Click here to learn more.


OC Health Care Agency 2016 Accomplishments

Shining the spotlight on the many notable accomplishments achieved by the OC Health Care Agency in 2016 to thank all of our staff, community providers and collaborative partners for the ongoing support in protecting and promoting the health and safety of individuals and families throughout Orange County. Click here to learn more.


Behavioral Health Services

The following brochures are produced and distributed by the OC Health Care Agency's Behavioral Health Services team. To request hard copies, please call (714) 834-2077 or email IPlascencia@ochca.com.


Behavioral Health Services Navigation

Learn how to navigate the programs and resources available to Orange County residents seeking mental health and substance use treatment through the OC Health Care Agency’s Behavioral Health Services division. Click here to learn more.


OC Center for Resiliency, Education & Wellness (OC CREW)

OC Crew serves young people ages 14-25, and the people important in their lives, by providing supportive services for those experiencing a recent first episode of psychosis. OC CREW also seeks to raise awareness and reduce stigma by providing education about psychosis to the community at large. Click here to learn more.


Navigating the Involuntary Hold Process (5150)

A guide for family members and loved ones to the Involuntary Hold (5150) process. 5150 is the number of the section of the Welfare and Institutions Code that allows an adult who is experiencing a mental health crisis to be involuntarily detained for a 72- hour psychiatric hospitalization when evaluated to be a danger to others, or to himself or herself, or gravely disabled. Click here to learn more.

To view additional brochures available through the Behavioral Health Services Prevention & Intervention division, please click here. For those available through the Behavioral Health Services Disaster Response volunteer group, please click here.

Correctional Health Services

Public Health Services

Regulatory / Medical Health Services