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PROGRAM County of Ventura Human Services Agency Adult and Family Services Adult Protective Services (Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse)

Child Protective Services

Interface Children & Family Services

Family Violence Intervention Services

PROGRAM Simi Valley Adult School and Career Institute

Simi Valley Unified School District Student Support Services Food Services Homeless Liaison

HMLS/5-2013

VIOLENCE/ABUSE (continued)

ADDRESS 1001 Partridge Drive #365 Ventura, CA 93003

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Investigates reports of elder or dependent adult abuse or neglect, including self-neglect. Based

East County Regional Office 970 Enchanted Way Simi Valley, CA 93065 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd., Suite I Camarillo, CA 93012

on an assessment of the findings, staff develops a plan to preserve the rights, interests, safety, and welfare of the elderly or disabled adult client. Provides protection for children who are at risk of, or are being physically, sexually, or emotionally abused, neglected, or exploited. Provides 24/7 crisis response calls from victims of domestic violence, law enforce- ment, and medical providers. Services include: emergency shelter, safety planning, restraining

DOMESTIC AND FAMILY PHONE/WEBSITE 911 - Emergency

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    658-4450 information

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    654-3200 24-hour

reporting hotline (abuse/ neglect) www.vchsa.org

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    955-2290

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    654-3200 24-hour

hotline (800) 636-6738 or dial “211” www.icfs.org

order

assistance,

legal

advocacy,

and

community based prevention presentations, 52- week domestic violence classes, parenting education, co-custody and anger management.

PHONE/WEBSITE (805) 579-6200 www.simi.tec.ca.us

(805) 306-4500 x4302 www.simivalley.usd.org

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    306-4500 x4702

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    306-4500 x4206

EDUCATION ADDRESS 1880 Blackstock Avenue Simi Valley, CA 93065

875 E. Cochran Street Simi Valley, CA 93065

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Offers classes and certifications in many occupational training programs (computer, business, machinist, medical, dental, cosmetology, real estate, welding, and traffic violators), English as a second language, citizenship, parenting, high school course work, recreation, and senior activities. Provides hearing, vision, and learning disability assessments. Processes requests for Individual Education Plans (IEP). Free or reduced-price meal programs. Coordinates services for all homeless, foster, and transitionally housed students to enroll in and attend school by providing tutoring, transportation, meals, etc.

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