Thirteen social service agencies operate rent-free at our 22,000 square-foot building providing them with approximately $300,000 in savings per year which they can otherwise use to deliver services to their clients.
Due to COVID-19, agency hours of operation may change suddenly. Please check the agency website for more details.
Autism Society Ventura County
Provides resource referrals, school and regional center navigation support, and educational and/or social activities for people with autism of all ages and those who support them.
Phone: (805) 437-9856
Conejo Free Clinic
Medical and legal services for those who cannot afford private care; medical clinics; women, infant and children screening; immunizations; legal clinics and Family Law classes. Bankruptcy, custody class and anonymous HIV testing.
Phone: (805) 497-3575
Conejo Youth Employment Service
Free job search assistance and referrals for youth ages 14-22; including employment counseling and pre-employment skills training workshops.
Phone: (805) 496-6868
County Of Ventura Human Services Agency
Thousand Oaks Satellite Office offers CalFresh Program (food stamps), Medi-Cal, Cal/WIN Program, Cal/Works, Employment Services, CPS, Foster Care, Family Reunification, Adoptions, Independent Living Program.
Phone: (805) 374-9006
Please Note: The Thousand Oaks Satellite office is open by appointment only to mainly serve customers with no phone or limited Internet access. To schedule an appointment to speak with a worker about CalFRESH, Medi-Cal, CalWORKS, or General Relief programs, please call 888-472-4463. We continue to be available to serve you online, by phone, email, fax, and drop-off/mail-in services.
If your EBT card is lost or stolen, or if you need to change your PIN: Call 877-328-9677
County of Ventura Human Services Agency has a fair market lease agreement which contributes to our funding and success.
Fit 4 The Cause
Provides licensed fitness professionals and nutrition educators for thousands of low-income clients. These beneficiaries include at-risk teens, fragile seniors and vulnerable children, many of them with special needs.
Phone: (818) 783-3307
Holy Family Services
Provides counseling to birth parents with unplanned pregnancies; family and individual counseling, foster care. Complete adoption services available.
Phone: (805) 464-2367
Hospice of the Conejo
A volunteer Hospice providing in-home assistance for the terminally ill and their families through professional case management and volunteer support. Bereavement group support for youth, teens, adults and seniors.
Phone: (805) 495-2145
Interface Children & Family Services
As a critical safety net for children and families, Interface provides 24 distinct programs across six major program areas including mental health and trauma treatment, domestic violence and child abuse prevention, youth crisis intervention, human trafficking, reentry services and 2-1-1 information and referral.
Phone: (805) 485-6114
Lutheran Social Services of Southern California
Homeless Services (H2H) provides food, laundry, showers, case management for short term help while in transition to housing. Meals and winter shelter program. Qualified low income families experiencing emergencies can receive financial support for rent, utilities etc. Families suffering from long term poverty receive resources and allies from the community whose goal is to help them transition out of poverty.
Phone: (805) 497-6207
Ohana Health pregnancy clinic
All services are free and confidential. Pregnancy test. Consultation with a Client Advocate and a Registered Nurse. Ultrasounds. Education and Support programs such as Life Essentials for a Healthy Pregnancy, Eating for two nutrition, Getting ready for a baby, Essentials in Motherhood, Fatherhood. Earn While You Learn (EWYL) program providing free diapers, wipes and more. Referral service for post-abortion counseling, adoption, OB/GYN and more.
Phone: (805) 373-1222
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center
Works with students, parents, educators, schools, and communities to recognize that bullying is a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students. They offer strategies to create safe and supportive schools, help students involved in bullying situations, and provide resources to address bullying.
Phone: (310) 749-8782
Senior Concerns Bargain Boutique
Great bargains with sales daily. Store accepts donations of gently used clothing, shoes, jewelry, art and household items. Revenues from the store benefit Senior Advocates, Adult Day Care Center, Senior Family Support Service and Meals on Wheels.
Phone: (805) 373-0504
Villa Esperanza Services
Provides love, care and hope for individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. We believe that each child, adult and senior that we serve should be able to take complete advantage of their capabilities and live full lives as productive members in their community. At every stage of their journey, we provide education, training and support.
Phone: (805) 446-1939