Congratulations to Mercy House, Friendship Shelter, Colette’s Children’s Home, Orangewood Children’s Foundation, Share Our Selves and Jamboree, who collaborated to form the Orange County Permanent Supportive Housing Project (PSH). Yesterday, they announced that they will receive $2.5 million to create new, dedicated permanent supportive housing to serve the chronically homeless.

“This award is a huge endorsement of our shared vision to end homelessness, and acknowledgement that collaboration is the key,” said Mercy House Executive Director Larry Haynes. “Each of our organizations have demonstrated the willingness and ability to successfully work together toward a common goal. The combined 170 years of experience in our respective areas of expertise blend seamlessly to provide the best possible solution.”

View today’s article in The Orange County Register titled $2.5 million will give homes to 100 of Orange County’s homeless by Meghann Cuniff, or read the press release.


Soka University Featured in December 2014 COAST Magazine

by Kathleen Janson on December 9, 2014


The December 2014 issue of COAST featured highlights of Soka University of America’s 10th Annual “Celebrating a Vision of Peace,” and a second feature on Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee, who shared her fight for peace at a Soka University of America lecture.


Janson Group Welcomes New Client Providence Speech and Hearing Center

September 17, 2014

Janson  Group is thrilled to welcome new client Providence Speech and Hearing Centers. PSHC provides speech and hearing services to more than 850,000 families in Orange County, delivering its unique environment and offerings to more than 850,000 families in several convenient locations throughout Orange and Los Angeles Counties. We’re very excited to celebrate 50 successful years [...]

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Mercy House Gala Featured in Riviera

September 4, 2014

Mercy House’s “Living With Heart” gala is featured in the September 2014 issue of Riviera. Get your copy today!

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