Waymakers is a nonprofit organization and resource helping people find their way. Whether directing youth offenders, helping sheltered children get back on track, unifying troubled families, resolving community conflicts or empowering victims of violence and crime, Waymakers clears the path so clients can advance beyond crisis.
CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL
The California Highway Patrol aims to provide the highest level of service and security; assuring the safe, convenient and efficient transportation of people and goods on our highway system.
ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
The Orange County District Attorney's Office is committed to enhance public safety and welfare, to project and respect crime victims, and to create security in the community through the vigorous enforcement of criminal and civil laws in a just, honest, efficient and ethical manner.
ORANGE COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT
The Orange County Probation Department serves the community using efficient and research supported corrections practices to reduce crime, assist the courts, promote lawful and productive lifestyles and assist victims.
ORANGE COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES AGENCY
Orange County Social Services Agency, Children and Family Services, provides services to protect children from abuse and neglect and partners with families to ensure their children live in safe, nurturing, and permanent homes.
U.S. HOMELAND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS
Homeland Security Investigations is a critical investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security and is a vital U.S. asset in combating criminal organizations illegally exploiting America's travel, trade, financial and immigration systems.
KEY STAKEHOLDERS & COMMUNITY PARTNERS
NOTE: This is an old example of the OCHTTF's Memorandum of Understanding. We are currently revising policies and procedures to better align with promising practices on functional partnerships and well-established community collaboration that helps meet the OCHTTF's mission.
The OCHTTF collaborates with approximately 60 governmental and community based organizations. The working relationships are in both formal and informal settings.
If you are interested in collaborating with us, we recommend that you review our Memorandum of Understanding. Any organizations listed on the website, events calendar, or included in mailing list announcements require a signed agreement by both parties.
List of collaborative partners coming soon. It will be listed by focused areas of work (direct victim services, investigations, prosecution, support victim services, legislation, at-risk prevention, early childhood development, education, survivor leadership, employment, etc.)