|Housing, food, and legal resources
Contact the church office:
To support and uplift those experiencing the loss of employment by sharing
career development resources, networking opportunities, prayer, and
fellowship in a faith-based, compassionate, and encouraging environment.
The Conejo Free Clinic is a not for profit organization
serving the Conejo Valley and Ventura County with
medical services for those who have no other access to
care. The Clinic is staffed by volunteers. Medical Services
are provided weekly by appointment and according to
the availability of volunteer physicians and medical staff.
Some services book up quickly and there may be a wait.
We will try to get you in as soon as possible.
|The Major Risk Medical Insurance Program (MRMIP) provides health insurance
for Californians unable to obtain coverage in the individual health insurance
market because of their pre-existing conditions. Californians qualifying for the
program participate in the cost of their coverage by paying premiums. The State
of California supplements those premiums to cover the cost of care in MRMIP.
Tobacco tax funds currently subsidize the MRMIP.
|Pro bono legal counseling from
Vocare friend, George Nicoletti
MANNA helps low-income families in the Conejo
Valley (From Camarillo to Calabasas) who can
show proof of residency and proof of income. A
simple application is filled out and applicants
are qualified once a year. Volunteers then assist
clients as they choose items from our shelves,
ensuring they receive food they would buy
themselves from the store if they were able.
|Conejo Free Clinic Legal Services
80 E. Hillcrest Dr., Suite 211, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 805-497-3575
Legal Clinics are held the first four Tuesdays of the month. Reception
staff arrives at 6:30 pm and the Clinic doors are opened at 6:45 pm for
sign-in and services are offered on a first come, first serve basis.
|Are you or someone you
know eligible for free or low
cost health coverage?
|Project Understanding initiates, develops, and maintains
special projects pulling together the efforts of individuals, local
congregations and groups to meet the needs of those in need.
Their mission is twofold: To do justice by serving the poor,
hungry and oppressed with compassion and mercy, and to
provide avenues for those who wish to serve others.
Depressed and Need Help?
Check out the Conejo Valley
Depression & Bipolar Support Group
Vincent F. Caimano, Ph.D.
|Check out this valuable
resource for job seekers!
Info at EDD
|For our furry friends affected by their humans'
difficult financial situations:
Simi Valley & Camarillo Pet Pantries
|If you own and occupy your home and have suffered a financial hardship, here is where you'll find
information on and help with the following situations:
• Unemployment Mortgage Assistance - if you are currently collecting unemployment benefits
• Mortgage Reinstatement Assistance - if you can't catch up on your payments and need
• Principal Reduction - if you can't afford your payments
• Transition Assistance Program - if you can no longer afford to stay in your home