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ACCESS Paratransit Service Added on July 30, 2019


Description: ACCESS is origin-to-destination public transit for people with disabilities that prevent them from using fixed-route bus service. ACCESS serves the cities of Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Ventura and unincorporated areas of Ventura County between these cities.

Adult Day Center at Camarillo Health Care District Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m. A nutritious lunch is provided along with morning and afternoon snacks. Extended hours are available from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Hours and the number of days attending the Center may vary depending upon you or your loved one's needs. Half-day schedules are also available to accommodate both morning and afternoon schedules. We can customize the program for you and your loved one.

Activities in the Adult Day Center are designed to encourage socialization with peers and participation in a wide variety of activities.

Transportation services through the Care-A-Van program are available for District residents. The Adult Day Center Director can assist you with transportation details during your initial assessment.

Advanced Adult Day Health Care Center Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 2315 Kuehner Drive, Suite 121 • Simi Valley, CA 93063
  • Phone: 805-526-7629
  • Days & Hours: Program hours are 8:30AM-1:00PM.
  • Website: https://www.advancedadhc.com/

Description: Adult Day Services programs offer a safe, positive, caring alternative to nursing home care for those who do not need 24-hour skilled nursing. These programs are designed to help people stay mentally and physically active, reduce isolation, improve their health, and prevent decline of their abilities.

People typically attend a center in their community three to five times a week, based on their individual need. All programs either provide or can assist with transportation arrangements.

Our services include therapeutic activities such as art, singing, age-appropriate games, health monitoring, social work, meals, dietary counseling, physical, occupational and group therapy. We also serve breakfast and lunch daily, with a variety of offerings.

Our program focus on a diverse population including different cultural or ethnic backgrounds or younger adults with head injuries or developmental disabilities. Families also receive help with information and referral to other services, as needed.

Among Friends Adult Day Health Care Center Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 851 S A St • Oxnard, CA 93030
  • Phone: 805-385-7244
  • Days & Hours: Program hours: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, Monday through Friday Offi
  • Website: http://amongfriends.org/index.htm

Description: We provide enjoyable, supervised activities, medical care, great hot nutritious meals, and door-to-door transportation.

Among Friends ADHC services are covered entirely through Medi-Cal or Tri-Counties Regional Center. Individuals who do not qualify for Medi-Cal or Tri-Counties Regional Center, and are interested in participating in Among Friends ADHC, may pay on a private pay basis. Contact Among Friends ADHC to find out more about ADHC services, fees and eligibility requirements if ineligible for Medi-Cal or Tri-Counties Regional Center.

California Department of Rehabilitation Added on July 30, 2019


Description: DOR provides Vocational Rehabilitation Services to Californians with disabilities who want to work. Our services include employment counseling training and education, mobility and transportation aids, job search and placement assistance.

Oxnard-Ventura Branch
(805) 385-2400 (Voice)
Channel Island Business Center
1701 Pacific Avenue , Suite 120
Oxnard, CA 93033-1887

Thousand Oaks Branch
(805) 371-6279 (Voice)
101 Hodencamp Road , Suite 212
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

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

Driver Preparation Program - Northridge Hospital Added on July 30, 2019


Driver Safety Office Added on July 30, 2019


Driving After Traumatic Brain Injury Added on July 30, 2019


ElderHelp Transportation Program (Ventura County Area Agency on Aging) Added on July 30, 2019


Description: VCAAA is able to provide transportation tickets to seniors (60+) and people with
disabilities FREE OF COST. ElderHelp Transportation program provides Dial-A-Ride Tickets (i.e. paratransit) and/or Fixed Route Bus Tickets for non-emergency medical appointments, shopping, visiting family, etc. Limited, free transportation to medical appointments for low income and frail seniors, and/or disabled adults unable to use the bus (for example clients requiring gurney transportation). Call VCAAA at 805-477-7300 to request tickets.

Freedom to Travel - Travel Training Program Added on July 30, 2019


Jodi House Brain Injury Support Center Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Jodi House Brain Injury Support Center of Santa Barbara is one of seven sites statewide to receive State of California funding from the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) for serving adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI). This funding allows Jodi House to further provide its core services, including:

Supported Living Services Ð provide a variety of training, support and supervision to maximize independence where the participant is living.
Community Reintegration Services Ð maximize independent functioning with the goal of living in the community and participating in community life by increasing participant access to housing, medical care, transportation, education, recovery programs, and personal assistance.
Vocational Supportive Services Ð include prevocational and educational services to individuals who are unserved or underserved by existing vocational rehabilitation services.
Information and Referral Ð includes services providing information on TBI to individuals, family members, caregiver, service providers and other stakeholders. This includes referrals to TBI service or other community resources.
Public and Professional Education Ð designed to facilitate early identification of persons with brain injury, prompt referral of these persons to appropriate services, and improvement of the system of services available to them.

Mobility Management Partners Added on July 30, 2019


Description: The following are the core services that MMP offers to its partner agencies and to their clients:
Travel Training Ð instruction to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for individuals to safely use public and alternative transportation options in their local community.
ADA Certification Ð paratransit eligibility assessments to determine if persons with disabilities can use public transportation systems.
Mobility Management Call Center Ð providing information regarding local community transportation options and eligibility requirements.
Mobility Management Ð Coordination of information and resources regarding alternatives to generic public transportation services, including trip brokerage and coordination services, and coordination of volunteer driver and mileage reimbursement programs.

Oxnard Family Circle Adult Day Health Care Center Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 2100 Outlet Center Drive • Oxnard, CA 93036
  • Phone: 805-385-4180
  • Days & Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm
  • Website: http://oxnardfamilycircle.com/

Description: Services are covered for: Qualified Veterans (service or non-service connected), Medi-Cal, Gold Coast Health Plan, Tri-Counties Regional Center Beneficiaries, Long-Term Care Insurance, Private Pay. For private pay, Oxnard Family Circle ADHC starts at $79.00 per day, providing many unique senior care services that are not available in in-home care. This low cost includes transportation, meals, therapy services, personal assistance services, and meetings with social workers, nurses, and podiatrists. Transportation: We have twelve handicap-accessible vans complete with wheelchair-accessible lifts. Our vans provide transportation to and from the center for multiple routes serving the entire Ventura County area. Our program hours run typically from 8-2pm with accommodations to those times as needed Monday through Friday. We are closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and Fourth of July if they fall on a week day.

Senior Concerns Adult Day Center Added on July 30, 2019


Description: Seniors look forward to their time at the Adult Day Center, where they can participate in fun, enriching programs and activities that help fulfill social, spiritual and recreational needs while socializing with peers in a friendly, respectful and caring environment.
Our nurturing staff provides a variety of opportunities for therapeutic recreation, nutrition and education to seniors who require supervision during the day. Senior ConcernsÕ unique, affordable programs are designed to meet the specific needs of each senior

Half- and full-day programs may include:

Transportation to and from the center by the participantÕs family or through the Dial-a-Ride program.
Nutritious meals planned by a registered dietician and supplemented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, including a light and healthy continental breakfast, a hot lunch and afternoon snacks.

Ventura County Adult Day Health Care Added on July 30, 2019


  • Address: 1700 N. Lombard Street #150 • Oxnard, CA 93030
  • Phone: (805) 278-4321
  • Website: http://vcadhc.com/

Description: Ventura County Adult Day Health Care is a community-based program providing a variety of medical, therapeutic, rehabilitative and recreational programs and services for adults 18 years and older. We provide a safe and secure environment for adults to spend time under the caring supervision of experienced staff. Our hours of operation are 8:30-2:00, although if a participant is getting picked up/dropped off by a family member they can get dropped off as early as 7:30 and picked up as late as 3:00. Service Areas: Camarillo, El Rio, Fillmore, Newbury Park, Oxnard, Point Mugu, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula, Saticoy, Somis, Ventura The ADHC service area extends from the Pacific Ocean on the west, north to Highway 33, south to Newbury Park and east to the Ventura County line. Transportation: We provide transportation to and from the center utilizing our own fleet of vans in coordination with other public transportation services (e.g., SouthCoast Area Transit (SCAT)). CBAS ADHC services are available at no cost to eligible Medi-Cal Managed Care Members of Gold Coast Managed Care and Kaiser Permanente. A Private Pay option is also available for those that may not have the insurance listed above. Contact one of our Social Workers now to see if you qualify (805) 278-4321.

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