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2-1-1 Ventura County Added on July 30, 2019


Description: 2-1-1 is a FREE service that connects community members to information about critical health and human services available in their community. 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 2-1-1 utilizes both bilingual Call Specialists and a phone based translation service to offer 2-1-1 information and referral in over 150 languages. 2-1-1 also provides incident specific information during times of disaster, including road closures and shelters.

Adult Protective Services Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Adult Protective Services is a state-mandated program that helps ensure the safety and well-being of elders and other adults with disabilities. Social workers investigate allegations of abuse and neglect, assess client needs, and provide short-term case management and a connection to other services.

Brain Injury Specialists Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 1746-F S. Victoria Ave. #365 • Ventura, CA 93003
  • Phone: 805 643 0123
  • Days & Hours: Monday-Friday 8am to 6pm
  • Website: www.braininjspecialists.com

Description: Speech/Cognitive Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, Case Management, Psychological Counseling, Return to Work/ Job Coaching, Return to Driving, Neuroattendant Training, Family/Caregiver Education and Training Does BIS accept insurance? Yes, we accept commercial and worker's compensation insurance. All therapy must be authorized by catastrophic case management. Our services are generally available on a case by case negotiated basis. Following is a list of insurance companies who have worked with us to provide our specialized services: Aetna, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Fireman's Fund, Gallagher-Bassett, GEHA, Liberty Mutual, Octagon Risk, Paradigm, Pacificare, Seaview IPA, State Compensation Insurance Company Reduced rates available to cash pay clients. If you do not see your insurance on this list, please call us and we will speak with your case manager directly if we feel you are a good candidate for our program. All co-payments or deductibles will be directly billed to the client. The staff does their best to clarify insurance benefits prior to beginning treatment, but the client is ultimately responsible for contacting the payor for payment issues.

Care Management and Social Services (Ventura County Area Agency on Aging) Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Care Management to Help Elderly Adults and Children and Adults with Disabilities Remain at Home
Care management programs provide social and health care management services created to delay older adults and children and adults with disabilities from having to go into nursing homes or care facilities. Care Managers help their clients get needed services from community resources while working with their families and support systems. Programs reduce costs and enable clients to keep living in their homes and enjoy a higher quality of life. Programs include the Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) and the Home and Community-Based Alternatives (HCBA) Program.

CAREGIVERS: Volunteers Assisting the Elderly Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 1765 Goodyear Ave Suite 205 • Ventura, CA 93003
  • Phone: 805-658-8530
  • Website: www.vccaregivers.org

Description: Our Professional Staff services include: Case Assessment, Community Resources/Referrals, Regular check-in calls to ensure needs are met, One-on-one match with a trusted volunteer from the community, Student volunteer teams from our Building Bridges Intergenerational Program

Our Volunteer Caregivers provide non-professional services, including: Companionship/Friendly Visits, Transportation to medical appointments or for local errands, Opportunities for social activities and outings, A phone call to say hello, Assistance with reading/writing, Gardening/Light household tasks, Lasting friendships

CAREGIVERS' clients are a vulnerable segment of the population. They are older than 60 and have chronic aging problems that are causing decreased mobility and loss of control over their lives. Most live alone and are in financial need. They cannot afford to pay for help.
However, with a relatively small amount of assistance (just 2 to 4 hours) per week, our frail, elderly clients can continue to live at home with dignity and independence. The help and companionship of a CAREGIVERS' volunteer increases their confidence and self esteem and significantly improves their quality of life.

Catholic Charities - OASIS (Older Adult Services & Intervention System) Added on July 30, 2019


Description: In Ventura County, Catholic Charities provides safety net services at out Community Service Centers and a special program for Seniors (60 years of age & older) through OASIS. Services by Location: Ventura Food Pantry Ventura Avenue Pantry Saticoy Cabrillo Village Pantry Edison and Gas payment assistance Rental assistance (when funds are available) Pro bono Legal clinic (Friday mornings) Sack lunches Holiday Outreach Programs Hygiene kits Host weekly CALFRESH/Covered California / COPD Access sign-ups Resource referrals Moorpark Food Pantry Edison and Gas payment assistance Rental assistance (when funds are available) Clothing Baby supplies Holiday Outreach Programs Pro bono Attorney Host VITA program Resource referrals Camarillo: OASIS In-Home Needs Assessment Case Management Individualized Care Planning Case Monitoring Friendly Visiting Transportation to medical appointments Dental assistance Holiday Outreach programs Birthday cards

Conejo Free Clinic Added on July 30, 2019


Description: medical, mammogram, dental, legal, and advocacy services

David Conway Added on July 30, 2019


  • Phone: 805-844-7025

Description: Grab Ease Grab Bars Certified Rehab Therapist Prevent falls before they happen; handrails and other safety equipment Insured Licensed Installation Specialist

In Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Added on July 30, 2019


Description: The Human Services Agency helps low-income seniors and people with disabilities (including children) stay in their own homes instead of moving to residential care facilities. Through In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS), help is available for qualified applicants to pay for support services, including light domestic help, non-medical personal care, and assistance to and from medical appointments. Clients must be citizens or legal residents and meet financial and disability requirements.

Independent Living Resource Center of Ventura County (ILRC) Added on July 30, 2019


Description: The Independent Living Resource Center is a public-benefit, nonprofit organization that promotes the Independent Living (IL) philosophy and its tenets of full access, equal opportunity, and maximum success and self-sufficiency for all people with disabilities.

ILRC has four offices serving the vast tri-counties region, covering San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

Most consumers come to ILRC when they encounter physical or societal barriers to independent living.

Senior Nutrition Program - Oxnard Added on July 30, 2019


Description: This program is designed for those 60 and older. The participants receives 10 frozen meals, fruits, vegetables, salad, bread, butter, etc. A donation of $3 per meal or 30 by weekly is suggested.

Southern California Integrated Care Network - Ventura County Chapter Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Southern California Integrated Care Network is a collaboration between its physician members and hospital partners to provide the best possible care for patients with chronic or complex conditions.

Ventura County Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Added on July 30, 2019


Description: The mission of the Ventura County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program is to develop partnerships with mental health consumers and their family members, and other agencies and organizations. CIT officers will respond to individuals who are in crisis as a result of a mental disorder, and shall assess and assist those individuals in the most effective and compassionate manner possible.

Ventura County Ombudsman Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Residents in long-term care facilities are among the most frail and vulnerable in Ventura County. Because many cannot represent themselves, they need assistance to improve their quality of life and care. The Ventura County Ombudsman Program advocates for the highest quality of life and care possible for all our elderly living in long term care facilities.

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