Thompson Place Residential Care (Ventura)

The remodeled and updated Thompson Place opened June 2021 and is providing fully supportive housing and dedicated care to 26 residents referred by Ventura County Behavioral Health.

When the La Siesta board and care closed, Turning Point board advisor, Luke McCarthy of the McCarthy Companies, purchased the property, remodeled it, and brought it to code. Then it was offered to Turning Point to expand our housing program for those struggling with mental health that was desperately needed, especially during the Pandemic.

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Oak Place Residential Care (Camarillo)

Oak Place Residential Care Home is a 36-bed assisted living community for seniors with mental illness living in the community.

We have a 92% retention in both residential facilities as we provide care and supervision for some intensive VCBH clients living in the community.  Residents improvement with care and supervision, medication support, in-house mobile wellness peer support groups, enable residents to get off conservatorships 
and becomes indepedent with a a better quality of life.
Our Program is an Augmented Board and Care through the VCBH Contract. We have no direct admissions. VCBH serves as the gatekeeper for our programs.

Contact Information:
Becky Spring,
(805) 633-5222

Turning Point Foundation

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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