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PROGRAM

PathPoint

Tri-County GLAD (Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.)

Ventura County Community College District – Moorpark College

ACCESS (Accessibility Coordination Center & Educational Support Services)

PROGRAM Coalition for Family Harmony

County of Ventura District Attorney Sexual Assault/Family Protection Unit Crime Victims’ Assistance

HMLS/5-2013

DISABILITY

SERVICES (continued)

PHONE/WEBSITE (805) 520-8744 www.pathpoint.org

  • (805)

    644-6322

  • (805)

    644-6323 TTY

  • (805)

    256-1053 Video phone

  • (805)

    644-6322 Voice

www.tcglad.org

ADDRESS

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

1463 E. Los Angeles Avenue Provides independent living and employment

Simi Valley, CA 93065

702 County Square Drive, Suite 101 Ventura, CA 93003

support services for those with disabilities or disadvantages to live and work independently. Addresses social service needs of the deaf and

hard of hearing including communication access, peer

interpreters, counseling,

employment development, information and referrals, independent living skills, community

education services, and advocacy.

(805)378-1461 Phone/TDD www.moorparkcollege.edu/s ervices for students/access/

7075 Campus Road Moorpark, CA 93021

Assures

all

Moorpark

College

classes,

activities and facilities are accessible to all qualified students.

DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE/ABUSE

PHONE/WEBSITE (805) 656-1111 24-hour crisis hotline (800) 300-2181 24-hour bilingual crisis hotline (805) 983-6014 Office hours 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday www.thecoalition.org

  • (805)

    654-3068

  • (805)

    654-3097

http://da.countyofventura.org

(805) 654-3622

ADDRESS 1030 N. Ventura Road Oxnard, CA 93030

Main office: 800 S. Victoria Avenue #311 Ventura, CA 93009

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Provides services for domestic violence and

sexual

assault,

including:

survivors,

perpetrators, family members and children. Services include 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, batterers’ intervention, crisis response and child sexual abuse intervention, crisis intervention training program, parenting, and anger management. Provides assistance and advocacy in all sexual assault, physical child abuse, and family

violence cases.

Assists victims of crimes

, sexual assault,

domestic violence, senior crime, and crimes against disabled. Helps with Temporary Restraining Orders, victim’s compensation and advocacy.

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