Offering Healing, Haven and Hope for people struggling with mental illness.
Assisting those with the day-to-day challenges of mental health and transitioning from homelessness to reach a place where they are able to pursue a safe, dignified and meaningful life.
Turning Point Programs
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.
If you or someone you love is feeling like you need a little more support right now, or someone to talk to, please call our Wellness Line. If we cannot answer your question immediately, we will work with you to find the appropriate resource.
Wellness Line (805) 653-5045
Call Center is available Mon-Sat, 9 am to 5 pm
Peer Support 9 am to 8 pm
Rehabilitation and Recovery Programs
Oxnard Clubhouse located on 5th Street in Oxnard and New Visions Center located in Ventura are rehabilitation centers offering members struggling with severe mental illnesses a place to learn:
- Symptom management skills
- Improve their community living skills
- Learn to live more independently
- Engage in work and productive activities
- Participate in recreational activities
- Become integrated back into our community