The Cambodian Family (TCF) is a grassroot, independent community-based organization that was formed in 1980 when Cambodian refugees first settled in America after escaping the horrors of war and genocide. Feeling compelled to address the desperate needs of their community, a small group of the more skilled and knowledgeable Cambodian refugees rented a small apartment and volunteered their time teaching English and providing other critical resettlement services to help their fellow community members overcome their recent trauma, learn new skills, and move forward with their lives. Over the years, our services have expanded to immigrants and refugees from all over the world. In 2010, TCF moved from a warehouse into a new facility now called The Cambodian Family Community Center, purchased through the award of a $2.1 million grant from the City of Santa Ana. Our mission is to provide opportunities for refugee and immigrant families to develop the knowledge, skills, and desires for creating health and well-being in their lives. TCF has provided services to our community for over 37 years.
1626 E 4th St, Santa Ana, CA 92701