Hi, I am a little confused at which information you are looking for ? Is it that the address might be the unwed home ? or looking for the father .. unknown name living at that address? the name of the place you are spelling is wrong, it's Crittenton
.. here is some info about the place http://www.firstmotherforum.com/2012/05/crittenton-today-ser...
there is also an adoption registry for reuniting people from there http://florencecrittentonhome.com/stateinfo.html
Florence Crittenton Home of Los Angeles
234 East Avenue 33
Los Angeles, California 90031
172 University Ave
Palo Alto, California 94301
Florence Crittenton Services
840 Broderick Street
San Francisco, California 94115
Florence Crittenton Center
234 East Avenue #33
Los Angeles, California 90031
Crittenton Services for Children and Families
801 E Chapman Ave
Fullerton, California 92831
The Records from the maternity home appear to have been destroyed. They advise to contact Dept of Social Serivces of Orange County
Access to Adoption Records
To better understand this issue and to view it across States, see the Access to Adoption Records: Summary of State Laws (PDF - 463 KB) publication.
Who May Access Information
Citation: Fam. Code § 9203
Identifying information is available to:
The adopted person who is age 21 or older
The birth parent of an adult adopted person
The adoptive parent of an adopted child who is under age 21
Access to Nonidentifying Information
Citation: Fam. Code §§ 8706; 8817
Nonidentifying information about the birth parents and adopted person, such as medical history, scholastic information, psychological evaluations, and developmental history, is provided to the adopting parents.
Mutual Access to Identifying Information
Citation: Fam. Code § § 9201; 9203; 9205; 9206
The adopted person who is 21 or older may request the release of the identity of his or her birth parents and their most current address shown in the records of the department or licensed adoption agency if the birth parent or parents have indicated consent to the disclosure in writing.
The birth parent may request disclosure of the name and most current address of the adopted person if the adopted person is 21 or older and has indicated in writing that he or she wishes his or her name and address to be disclosed.
The adoptive parent of an adopted child under age 21 may request disclosure of the identity of a birth parent and the birth parent's most current address shown in the records if the department or licensed adoption agency finds that a medical necessity or other extraordinary circumstances justify the disclosure.
If an adult adopted person and the birth parents have each filed a written consent with the department or licensed adoption agency, the department or agency may arrange for contact between those persons.
Information about a birth sibling may be released to another sibling provided both are age 21 or older and have provided a written waiver.
Photos or letters and other personal property may be released upon request if the adopted person is age 18 or older and other conditions have been met.
Access to Original Birth Certificate
Citation: Health & Safety Code § 102705
The original birth certificate is available only by order of the court.
Where the Information Can Be Located
California Department of Social Services, Adoption Branch
Licensed adoption agency
Adoptions Support Unit
744 P Street, MS 3-31
Sacramento, CA 95814