Say Hello to Collaborative Courts Foundation of Orange County's Newest Board Member

Say Hello to Collaborative Courts Foundation of Orange County’s Newest Board Member

Dan Finn joins CCFOC Board of Directors

March 29, 2013 – The Collaborative Courts Foundation of Orange County (CCFOC) recently invited me to join its distinguished Board of Directors.

Dan_Finn_2I was only too honored to enthusiastically accept the opportunity to become part of an organization that positively impacts the lives of so many people while playing such a vital role in Orange County’s civil justice system.

Last week, at its monthly meeting, the CCFOC Board made it official by voting me in as its newest member.

It’s a great honor to continue my commitment to community service in this capacity.

As if to prove that “when one (board) door closes, another opens,” this invitation comes just as my four year commitment as a board member of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) draws to a close.

My term as NSSTA’s Immediate Past President officially ends April 19.

CCFOC exists to support the efforts of the Superior Court of California, County of Orange’s Collaborative Court initiative. As described on Orange County Superior Court’s website:

“Collaborative or “problem solving” Courts are specialized court tracks that address underlying issues that may be present in the lives of persons who come before the court on criminal, juvenile, or dependency matters. These life-changing programs involve active judicial monitoring and a team approach to decision making, and include the participation of a variety of different agencies, such as Probation and health treatment providers.”

Committed to fostering “therapeutic justice,” the foundation’s mission is to provide support & services to participants in the Orange County Collaborative Court programs, so they will overcome obstacles and become productive members of society.

Please visit CCFOC’s website for a description of the programs and services we provide.

If you, your companies or law firms are interested in helping to support our efforts, we welcome your assistance as a donor, sponsor or supporter. Since CCFOC is a 503(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

And if you live in Orange County, mark your calendars for Saturday, September 7 and plan to join us for our third annual fundraiser dinner being held at Seven Degrees in Laguna Beach.

Thank you to my fellow board members for your vote of confidence in me. I look forward to serving with you and want to again publicly profess how honored I am to be part of the Collaborative Courts Foundation of Orange County.

Let’s do some good!

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