Wound Walk OC tends to the wounds of our unsheltered in Orange County, California.. Our Mission is the direct relief for those who need it most. We have a wound wagon, filled by items donated by people like you. Each person who calls outside home is different, but, of course— all deserve basic human care. What we do is deliver relief so that they might catch their breath for a moment, feel a connection – we won’t stop until some can recognize themselves in a mirror someday.

2 weeks ago

Wound Walk OC
So glad to be a part of this effort!Congratulations to Michael Sean Wright for bringing your Midwestern self to OC & for shining a light on those that need it most.You are unbelievable & I’m so glad to know ya!👊💥💕 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Wound Walk OC
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2 weeks ago

Wound Walk OC
We are deeply honored to receive the "Good Samaritan Hero" award from American Red Cross Southern California Region. Our community cares for our neighbors with and without addresses. We believe that suffering ends with us. Please join us for the virtual event to be held on Friday, May 14th. 12:00 PM. OCHeroes.givesmart.comThank you for driving compassion forward! #woundwalkWe'll post some video in the comments. They asked us for some of our body cam footage to use in a short film they are doing about our #woundwalk work. We are always mindful to maintain the dignity of those we care for in these intimate moments. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Wound Walk OC
Thank you Orange County Fire Authority / City of Santa Ana - Municipal Government for your kind response when we need professional response. 💯 And we’re in blue today to help Latino Health Access kick off Blue Ribbon Week #WeAreLHA learn more by visiting their page and how you can help spot the warning signs of child abuse. #woundwalk ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Wound Walk OC
An honor to share space with El Centro Cultural de Mexico, Elder Law and Disability Rights Center and Orange County Catholic Worker - Isaiah House - discussing our #traumainformedcare approach with our unhoused neighbors without addresses. ... See MoreSee Less
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