Permanent Supported Housing

Permanent Supported Housing provides housing for people who were homeless and mentally ill. These permanent housing programs are designed to assist residents in developing community living skills, increasing community integration, and achieving lasting residential stability.

The facilities are safe, secure, and affordable, located near transportation or in a mixed commercial and residential neighborhood, close to community resources and services.

A house manager lives on site. The case manager provides life skills and mental health services. Resident needs are assessed, and a Housing Stability and Supportive Services Plans are created.

Weekly house meetings are conducted to address shared living concerns. Our residents are expected to be involved in at least 20 hours of productive community activities and encouraged to utilize mainstream resources to become more engaged in community activities.

In addition to receiving primary mental health treatment through Ventura County Behavioral Health, residents may also attend nearby programs at Turning Point’s Oxnard Clubhouse for rehabilitation services or the Turning Point Foundation’s Wellness Center for peer support services.

15 single room occupancy units.
Ventura County Continuum of Care referrals only.

10 single room occupancy units.
Ventura County Continuum of Care referrals only.

23 occupancy units (805) 389-9664
Ventura County Behavioral Health referrals only.

Joe Dawson (805) 652-2151 x310
Program & Facilities Manager