Mentors, Interns and Special Projects Volunteers are an essential component of Project RENEW's team approach to assisting children and their families.

  • Volunteer Mentors provide guidance, companionship, empathy and support to the child or parent.
  • Special Projects Volunteers assist in the planning and implementation of activities, holiday projects and special programs for our families.
  • Student Interns have the opportunity for meaningful, direct work with clients, which enhance their academic work.

Join the RENEW Team"  Become a Mentor, Intern or Special Projects Volunteer.  Call (714) 689-1380

          Project RENEW strives to improve the Quality of Life - or overall satisfaction with life - of our families.   Team members help families become healthy, balanced and able to reclaim their own well-being. RENEW's services arc based on the idea that healthy families arc a combination of physical, emotional and social well-being, also known as wellness. RENEW helps families establish goals and develop action plans to achieve success in all three aspects of health.  Our program's professional staff, resources and community volunteers work together to do "Whatever it takes!"  Our services include:

1360 S. Anaheim Blvd., Suite 101  Anahiem, CA 92805
Phone: (714) 948-7641   Fax: (714) 689-1381

Reaching Everyone Needing Effective Wrap (RENEW) is a Full Service Wraparound program providing intensive, culturally competent, in-home mental health and case management services which address the needs of each family across all life domains.

People.  Passion.  Service.

People.  Passion.  Service.

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The Opportunity Knocks Program is supported 

Pathways of California

by the Orange County Health Care Agency

"One hundred years form now, it will not matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in or how much I had in my bank account...  But, the world may be a little bit better because i was in the life of a child."

Pathways of California

Service Opportunities

Project RENEW seeks to wrap children (birth to 18 years) with a mental health disorder and their families in a nurturing environment with our professional team using a "whatever-it-takes" approach to promote success, safety & permanence in the home, school and community. 

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Project RENEW is based on the Wraparound Model and promotes identifying family strengths and meeting needs that are important to each family using a supportive team approach.

  • ​​​​Case Management
  • Housing Assistance
  • Education Assistance
  • Job Development and Coaching
  • Life Skills Workshops
  • Mentoring
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Other Programs and Fun Activities
  • Bilingual / Bicultural Staff
  • Personalized Assistance from our RENEW Staff Specialists
  • Small Caseloads (no more than 10)
  • Home and Community-Based Services
  • Personalized Action Plans to meet specific family needs
  • Multidisciplinary Teams
  • Program Support (tuition, books, work clothes, etc.)
  • Volunteer & Internship Opportunities
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Services, referrals, resources & time!