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1 Directory of Social Services June 2013 CITY OF SIMI VALLEY Task Force on Homelessness

2 Task Force on Homelessness Directory of Social Services Table of Contents Benefits and Cash Assistance Homeless and Low-income Services with Camping Multiple Programs Children and Youth Services Housing: Permanent, Shelters and Transitional Citizenship, Naturalization, and Identification Housing: Recovery and Sober Living Court/Law Enforcement Services Information and Referral Credit, Consumer and Mortgage Counseling Legal Services Dental Services Medical Health Services Disability Services Mental Health and Counseling Domestic and Family Violence/Abuse Pet Services Education Senior Services Emergency Needs Substance Abuse Services Employment Transportation Food, Meals and Groceries Utilities Veterans Services

3 To Social Service Providers: In 1999, the Simi Valley City Council appointed a 19-member Task Force on Homelessness comprised of representatives from City, County, non-profit organizations, and the community-at-large to study the issue of homelessness. The City s Task Force guidelines included, in part, gathering information on the agencies that are providing services to the homeless and how the homeless may access these services. As part of this research, the Task Force on Homelessness Directory of Social Services was developed and is also available online at The City s Task Force on Homelessness continues to address the issue of homelessness, and in 2007, the City Council expanded its commitment to ending and preventing homelessness in Simi Valley consistent with the Ventura County 10-Year Strategy to End Homelessness. We hope that this Directory will assist you in linking citizens to helpful services and resources. If you have any additions, or corrections to this document, please contact the Task Force on Homelessness Coordinator at (805) , so that revisions can be made on the website and to any future publication of this resource. On behalf of the City Council, thank you for your valuable contribution of time and energy in assisting the citizens of Simi Valley. Sincerely, Robert O. Huber Mayor

4 City of Simi Valley Task Force on Homelessness Mayor Pro Tem Mike Judge City Council Member Glen Becerra Area Housing Authority Chamber of Commerce Community Dinner Sites County of Ventura Behavioral Health Department County of Ventura Human Services Agency County of Ventura Public Health Department County of Ventura Supervisor s Office Faith Community Free Clinic of Simi Valley Homeless Representative Lutheran Social Services Neighborhood Councils Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS) Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District Rotary Club of Simi Valley Salvation Army/Care and Share Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce Simi Valley Hospital Simi Valley Police Department Simi Valley Unified School District Simi Valley Youth Council The Samaritan Center

5 The City of Simi Valley makes no representation as to the accuracy or suitability of the information provided by the listed organizations or to their linkages to any other sites. Links or references to other information or organizations do not constitute an endorsement and do not reflect an official position of the City of Simi Valley or City staff. To the extent an individual uses or applies information made available through this site, they do so at their own risk. Since the City s website connects to the Internet, once you leave the City s website, the City cannot and does not control the information you access. Each individual site has its own policies and is responsible for its own content. In no event will the City of Simi Valley be liable for any claims or damages whatsoever, whether direct, consequential or incidental, nor will the City be liable for attorney fees arising out of the use of, or inability to use the information provided herein. The City of Simi Valley maintains the website and Directory to provide general information and enhance public access to available services. The City tries to keep the information listed current and will make every effort to correct errors brought to our attention. If you have any questions, please contact the Task Force on Homelessness Coordinator at (805)

6 California Employment Development Department Unemployment Insurance Claims Task Force on Homelessness Directory of Simi Valley Social Services BENEFITS AND CASH ASSISTANCE (800) English Unemployment Insurance provides financial (800) Spanish assistance to qualified individuals who have (805) Job line for lost their job through no fault of their own. employers Unemployment Insurance claims are accepted by telephone or web only. State Disability Insurance (SDI) (800) (916) ility/disability_insurance.htm Paid Family Leave (PFL) (877) org/ County of Ventura Human Services Agency Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) East County Intake & Eligibility Center (866) (888) (888) HSA-INFO (888) (866) For general information call toll-free Apply for benefits online at: Royal Avenue SDI provides partial wage-replacement for non-work related illness or injury, or a medically disabling condition from pregnancy or childbirth, and also funds the Paid Family Leave (PFL) program. Paid Family Leave (PFL) insurance provides up to six weeks of benefits for individuals who must take time off of work to care for a seriously ill child, spouse, parent, or registered domestic partner, or to bond with a new child. State-sponsored program that helps aged, blind, or disabled legal immigrants who have little or no income. Service intake and benefits application assistance for MediCal, Food Stamps, General Relief, CalWORKs, ACE, and other government assistance programs. 5

7 BENEFITS AND CASH ASSISTANCE (continued) County of Ventura Human Services Agency (continued) East County Intake & Eligibility Center CalWORKs (California Work Opportunities and Responsibilities to Kids) ACE Program for Adults (Access Coverage Enrollment) CalFresh (Food Stamps) General Relief (GR) (888) HSA-INFO (888) (866) For general information call toll-free Apply for benefits online at: (805) or apply online at: h-care-for-the-uninsured/aceprogram-for-adults (888) HSA-INFO (888) (888) HSA-INFO (888) (866) For general information call toll-free Apply for benefits online at: East County Job & Career Center (805) Royal Avenue 80 Hillcrest, Suite 200 Thousand Oaks, CA Spring Road, Suite 301 Moorpark, CA Enchanted Way, Suite 105 Provides temporary financial assistance, subsidized childcare, and employment focused services to low-income families with minor children. Recipients are automatically eligible for MediCal and may qualify for CalFresh (food stamps). Able adults in the program are required to look for a job, participate in job training, or further their education. Access to comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical care for uninsured adults between the ages of 19 to 64. Must live or work in Ventura County and have an income of less than 200% of federal poverty level. Assists qualified applicants to purchase groceries. Recipients receive an electronic benefits card (EBT) similar to a bankcard for food purchases. Provides short-term assistance to eligible adults with no dependent children, up to $310 per month for rent, for a household of one. General Relief payments are considered a loan and must be repaid. Applications only. General Relief registration by appointments only. Application processed in Simi Valley office on Thursday mornings with appointment. Provides free access for any job seekers to training, recruitment, job fairs, job search assistance, and resources. Ongoing CalWORKs cases are serviced at this office. 6

8 BENEFITS AND CASH ASSISTANCE (continued) (805) Call for an appointment or questions County of Ventura Human Services Agency (continued) East County Intake & Eligibility Center Veterans Services (805) Simi Valley office (805) Receptionist (805) Call for an appointment or questions Social Security Administration (800) Benefit applications accepted on-line 980 Enchanted Way, Suite 105 Simi Valley Senior Center 3900 Avenida Simi 1701-A Pacific Avenue, Suite 110 Oxnard, CA E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA Janss Road Thousand Oaks, CA For Zip Code 93065: 80 E. Hillcrest Drive, Suite 200 Thousand Oaks, CA For Zip Code 93063: 9168 De Soto Avenue Chatsworth, CA Provides information and application assistance for all benefits under the U.S. Department of Veteran s Affairs to active service personnel, veterans, their dependents and survivors, including parents who have lost a child in military service. Services are available in Simi Valley the first Wednesday of the month from 8:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Services available in Oxnard, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - noon Services are available in Thousand Oaks, Tuesdays from 8:00 a.m. noon Second Tuesday of each month 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Federal program providing retirement, disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicare, and survivor benefits to qualified persons. Ventura County Behavioral Health clients can ask their case workers for assistance in applying for Social Security (SSI) benefits. CAMPING County Parks (805) Provides overnight facilities in Fillmore, Simi Valley, Camarillo, Oxnard, and Ojai. County of Ventura - Camping Oak County Park Tapo Canyon Park (805) Quimisa Drive 4651 Tapo Canyon Road Closest public campsites to Simi Valley: RV camping only RV camping only 7

9 CAMPING (continued) County of Ventura Camping (continued) Oxnard McGrath State Beach Ventura Emma Wood Ventura Faria Beach Ventura Hobson Park Ventura Ventura Beach Resort Fillmore Kenny Grove Santa Paula Steckle Park Oak View - Lake Casitas National Park Service State Parks Channel Island District (805) (805) (805) (805) (805) (805) (805) (805) m (800) Harbor Boulevard Rincon Parkway Hwy West PCH 5210 PCH 800 W. Main Street 823 N. Oak Street 8080 Mistletoe Road Santa Clara Road Public camping and RV facilities. Seniors (62+) can purchase a lifetime pass to all National Parks for $10. Active duty military and their families qualify for free entrance. Information and reservations for all California State Parks. CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (800) Crisis line 4380 Apricot Road (805) Simi Valley org Action Family Counseling Drug and Alcohol Treatment AIM Program (Access for Infants and Mothers) (800) P.O. Box Sacramento, CA Support for adolescents, adults, and families with chemical dependency, behavioral modification, and mental health treatment services. Treatment services include: outpatient services and residential treatment, diagnostic assessment, individualized treatment plan, therapy, treatment advocacy, drug testing, and referrals to outside agencies. Offers a free weekly parent and teen support group in Simi Valley (call for times). State managed medical insurance for pregnant women and children, birth to 2 years. Designed for middle-income families whose income is too high to qualify for MediCal. 8

10 CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) (805) Heywood Avenue Berylwood Family Resource Center (Moorpark/Simi Valley Neighborhood for Learning - First 5 Ventura County) Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Ventura County (805) Boys & Girls Club of Simi Valley (805) Boys Town National Hotline Child Development Resources of Ventura County, Inc. (CDR) Children s Home Society of California (800) Business office (805) (800) (805) Rosewood, Suite Q Camarillo, CA Lemon Drive Boys Town National Headquarters Crawford Street Boys Town, NE E. Ventura Blvd. Oxnard, CA Paseo Camarillo, Suite 130 Camarillo, CA Free services for families with children birth to 5 years of age. Neighborhood based drop-in center offering: information and referral activities, mental health and dental services, parent education classes and workshops, adult ESL classes, mobile preschool van, Parent and Me classes, recreational activities, and help with MediCal and Healthy Families applications. Provides children with caring adult volunteer mentors, serves boys ages 8 to 14 and girls ages 6 to 14. After-school programs for youth ages 6 to 17, offers a low-cost option for after school and summer supervision. Provides transportation from elementary and middle schools. Free resource and counseling service that assists both youth and parents. Provides childcare resources and referrals, Head Start (which is an income-eligible, free preschool program), and a Subsidized Childcare Program, including Alternative Payment Program, CalWORKs, Stage 1, 2, and 3, which subsidizes childcare costs for income-eligible parents while at work, school, or job training. Services can include subsidized childcare assistance program (Alternative Payment Program, CalWORKS, CPS) for incomeeligible families, resources and referrals for families and post adoption support. 9

11 CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) (805) Jones Way, Suite 31 Medical clinic providing pregnancy tests, (800) 395-HELP 24-hour ultrasounds, STI testing, counseling, diapers, national hotline MediCal, community resources, and shelter referrals. All services are free. Community Pregnancy Clinic of Simi Valley County of Ventura Department of Child Support Services County of Ventura Health Care Agency Behavioral Health Department Simi Valley Youth and Families Division STAR (Screening, Triage, Assessment, and Referral) Children s Intensive Response Team (CIRT) County of Ventura Human Services Agency Adoptions Program Adult, Children and Family Services (866) (805) Verdugo Way Camarillo, CA E. Los Angeles Avenue Locates non-custodial parents, establishes paternity, establishes and modifies child and medical support orders, and collects and distributes child support payments. Services include: case management, psychiatric assessment and treatment, psychological testing, outpatient psychotherapy, and school based services offered with appropriate IEP (Individual Education Plan) referral from the school district. (800) Telephone line for referral to Behavioral Health Department services Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. (866) 431-CIRT (866) hour crisis hotline (805) (805) (805) hour hotline Vanguard Drive Oxnard, CA Enchanted Way Children s mobile crisis response service for youth up to age 21, providing mobile crisis intervention, in-home support, and linkage to mental health services. Full service adoption agency specializing in professional services to birthparents considering voluntary relinquishment of a child, children requiring preparation for adoptive placement, and families interested in adopting. Additional services are extended to stepparent families who wish to initiate adoption proceedings. Provides protection for children who are at risk of, or are being physically, sexually or emotionally abused, neglected or exploited. 10

12 CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) County of Ventura Human Services Agency (continued) Foster Care Licensing (805) Telephone Road, Suite 300 Ventura, CA Provides recruitment, training, licensing, and support services for foster families and relative caregivers countywide who are matched with Healthy Families and Medical Outreach (888) (805) Youth Services Division (805) Telephone Road, Suite 300 Ventura, CA County of Ventura Public Health Services CHDP - (Child Health and Disability Prevention Program Administration) (805) (800) Toll-free E. Los Angeles Avenue, Suite B children in need of care. State managed medical insurance for income qualified children under 19 or pregnant women. No proof of citizenship is required. Call for application. Representative is in Simi Valley on Thursdays. Provides specialized placement (group home) case management and administers the Independent Living Program (ILP) in Ventura County (housing, education, health, employment/vocational, mentoring, transportation, and independent living basic skills classes.) Centralized services for both in-care (ages 18 to 21), and out of care (ages 18 to 24) who have emancipated from the foster care system. No cost well-child preventive care health screenings for low-income and MediCal eligible infants, children and teens. Children s Health Promotion (805) Provides developmental screening, assessment, health education, and case management services to families with children birth to 5 years of age. Childhood Immunization (805) Central appointment desk or (888) Toll-free Kit for New Parents (800) (805) Neighborhood for Learning Center 1133 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Suite B Provides low-cost immunizations for those who qualify. Immunizations include: Polio, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hib, Meningitis, Prevnar, Varicella, and Hepatitis A and B vaccines. Provides a free resource kit for parents and caregivers of children birth to 5 years of age. 11

13 County of Ventura Public Health Services (continued) Pregnant Parenting Adolescent Program (PPAP) WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Nutrition Program Interface Children & Family Services Youth Crisis Outreach Program Kids & Families Together Kinship Support Service Program Palmer Drug Abuse Program of Ventura County (PDAP) Rainbow Connection Family Resource Center Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District Salvation Army Simi Valley CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) (805) Case management for pregnant and parenting female and male teens, ages 11 to 20 and their children, to promote self-sufficient parents and healthy children. (805) E. Los Angeles Nutrition education, breastfeeding support, (800) x3 Avenue, Suite B supplemental food and referrals for financially eligible women, infants and children up to five years of age. Shelf-stable and manageable quantities of food provided for the homeless or (805) (805) x125 (805) (805) weebly.com (805) (805) Mission Oaks Blvd., Suite I Camarillo, CA E. Thompson Blvd. Ventura, CA Senior Center 3900 Avenida Simi 450 Rosewood Avenue #215 Camarillo, CA Los Angeles Avenue 1692 Sycamore Drive Multiple service locations available E. Los Angeles Avenue, Unit P those without adequate refrigeration. Provides Youth Crisis Line, and Cool Homes for a safe, temporary shelter. Services include crisis intervention, goal setting, advocacy, information and referrals, and mediation. Provides support to families providing fulltime parenting to minor children who are not their own, such as grandparents, other relatives, neighbors or family friends. Programs offered weekly at the Simi Valley Senior Center, Outpatient substance abuse programs for ages 11 to 20 with parent support groups. Accepts MediCal. Provides support, information and training for people with developmental disabilities and other special needs and their families. A satellite library is available in the Simi Valley Tri-Counties Regional Center office. Offers recreation, before/after school care programs, and daycare programs with financial assistance available to qualified homeless persons. Food distribution, social services, seasonal assistance, and children s summer camp. 12

14 CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) School on Wheels, Inc. (805) P.O. Box Volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring and Ventura, CA school supplies for homeless children Kindergarten through 12 who live in shelters, motels, group foster homes, cars, and on the SELPA - Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (805) m Simi Valley Family YMCA (805) Adolfo Road Camarillo, CA Cochran Street streets. Coordinates services to students with special education needs, to ensure a free appropriate public education to all students with identified disabilities. Access to resources and assistance with Individual Education Plans (IEP) for staff and families. Offers recreation, after school care, and daycare programs with financial assistance available to qualified families. Simi Valley Unified School District (805) E. Cochran Street Food Services (805) x4702 Free or reduced-price meal programs. Homeless Liaison (805) x4206 Coordinates services for all homeless, foster, and transitionally housed students to enroll in and attend school by providing assistance for tutoring, transportation, meals, supplies and fees, etc. Minor Parent Program at Apollo High School (805) x3 g 3150 School Street Student Support Services (805) x E. Cochran Street High school degree program for pregnant and parenting students with childcare for their babies that are up to 18 months. Provides hearing, vision, and learning disability assessments from preschool age and older. Manages all requests for Individual Education Plans (IEP). 13

15 CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued) United Parents (805) S. Dawson Drive, Suite A family driven nonprofit agency for parents (805) hour 1A helping parents. Serving the unique Home Access Team (HAT) support line Camarillo, CA challenges of families raising children with emotional, behavioral, or mental disorders. Provides help and hope by identifying and bridging gaps in traditional services through programs, respite care, educational advocacy, parent partners, support groups, and a 24/7 Ventura County Office of Education Countywide Foster Youth Services Program (805) outhservices.aspx Homeless Education Project (805) seducationprojecthep.aspx (805) x4206 Simi Valley Unified School District 5189 Verdugo Way Camarillo, CA helpline. Provides direct services to foster youth by helping with school enrollment, gathering records, facilitating between agencies and schools, assisting with college preparation, and providing referrals for tutoring and mentoring. Offers training to all prospective foster parents on educational rights and responsibilities. Offers technical assistance to school districts. Provides direct services to homeless families by helping homeless students enroll in school regardless of documents or residence, stay in same school, receive free breakfast and lunch, transportation, participate in extracurricular activities, obtain supplies, refer to tutoring and resources and provide uniforms. CITIZENSHIP, NATURALIZATION AND IDENTIFICATION (800) D Alamo Street California Department of Motor Vehicles California driver license and California State ID processing. Appointments available online. Forms are available at Ventura County Human Services and the Samaritan Center for reduced fees to apply for a California ID Card for qualified low-income persons. 14

16 CITIZENSHIP, NATURALIZATION AND IDENTIFICATION (continued) (916) Issues copies of California birth and death certificates. California Department of Public Health Birth certificates and vital records County of Ventura Public Health Birth/Death Certificate Registry El Concilio Family Services (805) Vital Records office (805) Recorder s office persons (805) x232 California Office of Vital Records MS 5103 P.O. Box Sacramento, CA Public Health Administration 2240 E. Gonzales Road, Suite 210 Oxnard, CA S. C Street Oxnard, CA Mexican Consulate of Oxnard (805) USCIS Application Support Center 3151 W. 5 th Street E-100 Oxnard, CA Passports City of Simi Valley (805) Simi Valley Main Post Office (805) Simi Valley Adult School and Career Institute US Citizenship and Immigration Service (805) (800) Tapo Canyon Road 2551 Galena Avenue 1880 Blackstock Avenue 300 N. Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, CA Registration of all births and deaths that occur in Ventura County are at the Vital Records Office. Certified copies of birth and death certificates are available for purchase for the current year and one year prior only. Certified copies from previous years are available through the Recorder s Office. Provides assistance on citizenship and immigration processes, free legal clinics, U.S. Civics instruction, FBI fingerprinting, and passport photos. Call for consultation. USCIS Accredited. Application Support Center, visas, passports, and other supports and services. United States Passport Services Office is located at Simi Valley City Hall, by appointment on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Passport office is open Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday by appointment only 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Photos can be taken onsite. U.S. Citizenship preparation and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Immigration, naturalization, and citizenship services. 15

17 COURT/LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES (805) Ventura Main Office: 800 S. Victoria Avenue Ventura, CA County of Ventura District Attorney Consumer Mediation and Small Claims Advisor Unit Crime Victims Assistance County of Ventura Probation Agency East County Supervision Office Adult and Juvenile Services Ventura County Work Furlough Program (805) Simi Valley (805) East (Monday and Tuesday only) (805) West (805) (805) n.org (805) Administrative Supervision Unit n.org Simi Valley Office: 3855-F Alamo Street 3855-F Alamo Street 345 Skyway Drive Camarillo, CA Free mediation service for disputes involving consumer issues such as landlord tenant disputes, service complaints, warranty issues, merchandise complaints, and other types of consumer concerns. Free information and assistance with small claims court forms, procedures, court preparation, and judgment collection. Provides assistance in restraining orders, emergency cell phones, victims of crime, and safety planning. Provides adult and juvenile probation field supervision services. Minimum-security jail provides court-ordered confinement while maintaining employment or school attendance in the community. The Alternative Action Program operates a drug treatment program. Work Release Program Individuals who represent a low risk to public safety and who are sentenced to 30 days or less in the county jail may be eligible for the Work Release Program. The program provides rigorous and strenuous manual labor as an alternative to confinement. County of Ventura Superior Court Homeless Court (805) Information (805) To register Samaritan Center 280 Royal Avenue Alternative sentencing program for homeless to resolve outstanding minor offenses and warrants through community service. 16

18 COURT/LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES (continued) County of Ventura Superior Court (continued) Veteran s Intervention Program (805) District Attorney (805) Public Defender 800 S. Victoria Avenue Courtroom 35 Ventura, CA Help for veterans charged with a crime. Connects veterans to treatment and services, including mental health, drug and alcohol treatment, and other life skills. Held every Monday at 3:00 p.m. Interested veterans may East County Courthouse (805) Simi Valley Police Department Ventura County Public Defender Adult Mental Health Court 911 Emergency (805) Front desk (805) F Alamo Street 3901 Alamo Street 1911 Williams Drive Oxnard, CA ask their attorney for referral to this court. County Clerk - Monday and Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Walk-up window for traffic fines and collections Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. District Attorney - Monday and Tuesday. Emergency dispatch for police, fire, and ambulance. Provides Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trained officers to respond to mental health emergencies. Alternative treatment for seriously mentally ill offenders. Forensic Services Program (FSP) works with courts and law enforcement agencies to divert seriously mentally ill clients from jail into treatment. Referrals through court, public defender, attorney, law enforcement, or Behavioral Health. CREDIT, CONSUMER AND MORTGAGE COUNSELING (805) x Country Club Drive (805) Ventura, CA Homeownership Center Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation NeighborWorks Homeownership Center A non-profit counseling agency approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help families secure financial stability and affordable homeownership opportunities by providing education, counseling, lending and realty services. Also offers home preservation services to help families understand their options in keeping their home and/or finding alternatives when homeownership cannot be maintained. 17

19 CREDIT, CONSUMER AND MORTGAGE COUNSELING (continued) (800) California Department of Consumer Affairs California Department of Real Estate (877) umers/ 1625 N. Market Blvd., Suite N-112 Sacramento, CA Broadway Sacramento, CA California Franchise Tax Board (800) Hope Now (888) For information: or Foreclosure alternatives: Internal Revenue Service (800) Daily Drive Camarillo, CA SurePath Financial Services (805) N. Wood Street #200 (Formerly Consumer Credit Counseling (877) Camarillo, CA Service of Ventura County, Inc.) U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) (800) Federal information Government agency dedicated to protecting consumers and regulating a variety of professions, occupations, and businesses. Provides consumer information referral, and regulatory powers. Online access to state department in charge of real estate broker licensing and consumer complaints on real estate transactions. Offers license checks of mortgage brokers and lenders and a consumer complaint form. Also provides additional links for foreclosure prevention information and avoiding mortgage foreclosure scams. California Income Tax information. (888) 995-HOPE Foreclosure prevention service with referrals to credit counselors and lenders/investors to assist homeowners who are having trouble paying their mortgage with foreclosure alternatives (loan modification, short sales, etc.) Tax Payer Assistance Center Consumer credit education and counseling, budgeting, debt repayment program, HUD housing counseling and resource center, and bankruptcy. HUD's on-line Tips for Avoiding Foreclosure and links and toll-free phone numbers to HUD-approved housing counseling agencies. 18

20 DENTAL SERVICES (805) Heywood Avenue Berylwood Family Resource Center (Moorpark/Simi Valley Neighborhood for Learning - First 5 Ventura County) Free Clinic of Simi Valley (805) Las Clinicas del Camino Real, Inc. Oxnard College Dental Hygiene Program Salvation Army Free Clinic Oxnard (805) (805) (805) Call for details ard.org/clinic.php 2060 Tapo Street 1424 Madera Road 4000 S. Rose Avenue Oxnard, CA W. Wooley Road Oxnard, CA Free services for families with children birth to 5 years of age, including health and dental screenings and workshops. Dental appointments by a lottery system. Call after 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday for information and appointments. Comprehensive healthcare clinic includes dental care. Low cost dental exams, cleanings and x-rays. Dental services offered free-of-charge include oral examinations, fillings, simple extractions, and X-rays. Dental Clinic: Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. All patients are seen on a walk-in basis, no appointments are taken, first come, first serve basis. Call for details. Provides referrals for senior dental program that provides 10 15% discount on all services. Funds to assist with treatment costs for lowincome, uninsured children birth to 5 years of age. Santa Barbara-Ventura Dental Society (805) E. Thompson Blvd. Ventura, CA Early Childhood Oral Health Program - Santa Barbara-Ventura County Dental Care Foundation DISABILITY SERVICES ARC Ventura County (805) Administration Address: Provides educational, vocational, and Walker Street residential services for people with Ventura, CA developmental disabilities. Community Connections East (805) Cochran Street Employment and community based supportive services. Independent Living Program Four two-bedroom condos with supportive services for adults with developmental disabilities. 19

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