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PROGRAM Berylwood Family Resource Center (Moorpark/Simi Valley Neighborhood for Learning - First 5 Ventura County)

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Ventura County

Boys & Girls Club of Simi Valley

Boys Town National Hotline

Child Development Resources of Ventura County, Inc. (CDR)

Children’s Home Society of California

HMLS/5-2013

CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES (continued)

PHONE/WEBSITE

ADDRESS

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

(805) 582-1214 www.mpsvnfl.com

2300 Heywood Avenue Simi Valley, CA 93065

Free services for families with children birth to 5 years of age. Neighborhood based drop-in center offering: information and referral

activities, mental health and dental services, parent education classes and workshops, adult ESL classes, mobile preschool van, Parent and Me classes, recreational activities, and help

with MediCal applications.

and

Healthy

Families

(805) 484-2282 www.bbsvc.org

(805) 527-4437 www.bgcsimi.com

(800) 448-3000 Business office www.boystown.org

  • (805)

    485-7878

  • (800)

    962-5437

www.cdrv.org

(805) 437-1910 www.chs-ca.org

445 Rosewood, Suite Q Camarillo, CA 93010

2850 Lemon Drive Simi Valley, CA 93063

Boys Town National Headquarters 14100 Crawford Street Boys Town, NE 68010 221 E. Ventura Blvd. Oxnard, CA 93036

730 Paseo Camarillo, Suite 130 Camarillo, CA 93010

Provides children with caring adult volunteer mentors, serves boys ages 8 to 14 and girls ages 6 to 14.

After-school programs for youth ages 6 to 17, offers a low-cost option for after school and summer supervision. Provides transportation from elementary and middle schools. Free resource and counseling service that assists both youth and parents.

Provides childcare resources and referrals, Head Start (which is an income-eligible, free preschool program), and a Subsidized Childcare Program, including Alternative Payment Program, CalWORKs, Stage 1, 2, and 3, which subsidizes childcare costs for income-eligible parents while at work, school, or job training. Services can include subsidized childcare assistance program (Alternative Payment Program, CalWORKS, CPS) for income- eligible families, resources and referrals for families and post adoption support.

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