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Interface Children and Family Services Program

by cceditor on Monday, September 26, 2011 11:14 AM

Interface Children and Family Services to start new program in their offices in the Human Services Center “Under One Roof” building in Thousand Oaks.

We are preparing the Interface suite to provide a new evidence based treatment to parents of children of young children through age 5 years at the center. The treatment model is called Positive Parenting Program, aka Triple P and is offered in both group and individual formats. We have been providing this in other areas of the county to parents of school age children, but this year we’ve added the younger years as well. This program is offered at no cost to families. We are funded by Ventura County Behavioral Health through the Mental Health Services Act (Proposition 63).

Welcome County of Ventura Human Services Agency to our "Under One Roof" family

by cceditor on Friday, September 16, 2011 10:49 AM
Community Conscience hosted a luncheon on Wednesday, SeptemberIMG_0297 14, 2011 to welcome the newest tenant into the “Under One Roof” building, the County of Ventura Human Services Agency.  

Conejo Valley residents needing services from the Ventura County Human Services Agency are now able to get them from the agency’s new office at 80 East Hillcrest Dr. Suite 200 in Thousand Oaks. 

Representatives from the other non-profit organizations in the building joined Supervisor Linda Parks, Human Services Agency Director Barry Zimmerman and Community Conscience President Dee Crawford for a luncheon and a ribbon cutting ceremony...

Hospice of the Conejo Presents Las Vegas Cool 2011

by cceditor on Friday, July 22, 2011 12:11 PM

Single Las Vegas Cool flyerCome one come all to Las Vegas Cool.  Be prepared for a fun filled evening try your luck at one of the gambling tables, have a delicious dinner with good friends, & new friends.  Best of all you are supporting Hospice of the Conejo and the community they serve.  Hospice of the Conejo is located in the Community Conscience “Under One Roof” building.  For more information on their programs and volunteer opportunities please contact the office at 805.495.2145.

Mardi Gras Ball Volunteer Appreciation Party

by cceditor on Friday, July 22, 2011 11:12 AM
board members and vounteers 2 Sunday afternoon June 26, 2011 was beautiful, warm and sunny, a perfect day for a casual backyard party.  The Trustees of Community Conscience showed their appreciation to the dedicated, hardworking Mardi Gras Ball volunteers by inviting them to a luncheon catered by Roberto Reyes and family.  Homemade Mexican food was the fare of the day, Roberto brought a grill and we had fresh tacos, rice, beans, and green salad.  Our desire to lose weight was put on...

Deal helps preserve “Under One Roof”

by cceditor on Thursday, July 14, 2011 10:50 AM
A lease agreement between the county and a local non profit is going to preserve Thousand Oaks’ “Under One Roof” Human Services Center, allowing 10 charities to stay in one place near the people who need them.

The charities have been at risk since the Social Security Administration decided to relocate, Community Conscience, the nonprofit that owns and operates the building at 80 E. Hillcrest Drive, learned through the city last year that the federal government was moving out after two decades as the building’s main tenant, said Dee Crawford, president of Community Conscience.

On September 21, the Board of Supervisors approved leasing the 6,800-square-foot space that Social Security is vacating for use by its Human Services Agency.

Supervisor Linda Parks said the agreement will “provide a portal of county services for residents of Thousand Oaks and increase partnerships between agencies at a time when more people are needing assistance.”

Services to be offered when the county moves in...

News From Hospice of the Conejo

by cceditor on Monday, June 27, 2011 11:05 AM
 

 

This is an excerpt from the Hospice Newsletter if you are interested in volunteer positions or receiving the newsletter in its entirety please contact Hospice directly at 805-495-2145 or hospice@avnetsol.com Hospice of the Conejo Volunteer Newsletter



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Welcome Jewish Family Service to “Under One Roof”

by cceditor on Thursday, January 06, 2011 1:07 PM
JewishFamilyLogo Ventura County Jewish Family Service

Jewish Family Services provides sliding scale non-denominational counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.  We provide groups as needed.  JFS provides counseling to special education students in the schools. We provide social skills groups for children on the Autsim Spectrum.  JFS also provides informaton and referrals for social service needs.

We are a resource for the Jewish community and provide counseling, programs and other services for the...

Happy Holidays from Community Conscience

by cceditor on Friday, December 17, 2010 1:21 PM
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The Board of Trustees and Staff at Community Conscience wish our

entire community a very...

Padres/Compadres

by cceditor on Friday, December 17, 2010 12:33 PM
Hospice of the Conejo is a charity organization which sponsors the Padres/Compadres program, a program designed to help families endure when someone they love is dying or has already died.

Hospice will provide the following support to families at no cost: They lend wheelchairs, walkers, and canes. They help you find community support. They are there for you after a loved one dies. For more information, call Hospice of the Conejo at (805) 495-2145- Ask for MariaLogo_XSMALL_print

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Hospice Tree of Life – Nov. 26 – Dec. 31

by cceditor on Sunday, November 21, 2010 12:44 PM

treeoflife The “Tree of Life” stands as a symbol of love and caring during the holiday season.

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