Housing Programs

Everyone needs safe, decent, stable housing. For some of the most vulnerable people in America — people with mental illness, chronic health conditions, histories of trauma, and other struggles — a home helps them to get adequate treatment and start on the path toward recovery (Center of Budget & Priority Policies).

Housing

Turning Point Foundation Our Place Safe Haven

Our Place Safe Haven Emergency Shelter

Our Place Safe Haven is a 14-bed emergency shelter that provides basic needs so people can work on turning their lives around. Learn More.

River Haven

River Haven Transitional Housing

River Haven is a new beginning for those who have experienced homelessness and have regained independent living skills and are ready to transition into permanent housing. Learn More.

Veterans Housing Program

Veterans Transitional Housing

Veterans are at least 20% of the homeless population and 30% of those were suffering from mental illness. Learn More.

Permanent Supported Housing

Permanent Supported Housing provides housing for people with mental health, most of whom have experienced homelessness and have regained their independent living skills. These permanent housing programs are designed to assist residents in maintaining community living skills and integration while achieving lasting residential stability. Housing includes Stephenson Place in Ventura, Wooley House in Oxnard and Villa Calleguas managed by Turning Point in Camarillo. Learn More.

Not everyone with a severe mental illness is independent enough to thrive in permanent supportive housing. Some still need help with meals, laundry, and medications. That’s where Residential Care Housing comes to their aid, Thompson Place in Ventura, and Senior Residential Care Housing Oak Place in Camarillo. The California Dept. of Social Services website states that in Ventura County, 85 facilities for the elderly, Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, with a capacity of up to 1,625 have closed. Read More.

Stories of Hope

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New Housing Program Thompson Place Now Open

Not everyone with a severe mental illness is independent enough to thrive in permanent supportive housing. Some still need help with meals, laundry, and medications. Unfortunately, the disappearance of board-and-cares leaves many of these vulnerable people without an option. 
 CA Dept. of Social Services website states that in Ventura County, 85 facilities for the

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Home Depot Employees Build Veteran Hope Chests!

The Home Depot Camarillo arrives with Hope Chests designed and built by the Team Depot employees! The chests were filled by Shryne Group with everything a veteran needs to get started with his new life when he moves into his permanent home; sheets, towels, plates, cups, coffee maker, microwave, and more. The chest can be

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It’s an Honor to Support Our Veterans

This is why we love what we do. Turning Point Foundation honors and serves our veterans who are transitioning out of homelessness and into permanent housing. When we receive letters of appreciation from vets finally getting a home of their own — it’s such a feeling of accomplishment for them and for us. Donate to

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Thank You Reverend Jim Ayars

We honor Reverend Jim Ayars for his dedicated and invaluable service as a member of the Board of Directors for Turning Point Foundation for over 12 years. You have made such a tremendous impact in our community, and your legacy will inspire us for years to come. We wish you the best in the next

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