CONEJO FREE CLINIC
Medical and legal services for those who cannot afford private care; medical clinics; women, infant and children screening; immunizations; legal clinics and Family Law classes. Bankruptcy, custody class and anonymous HIV testing.
Suite 102 – (805) 497-3575
CONEJO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Free job search assistance and referrals for youth ages 14-22; including employment counseling and pre-employment skills training workshops.
Suite 207 – (805) 496-6868
HOSPICE OF THE CONEJO
A volunteer Hospice providing in-home assistance for the terminally ill and their families through professional case management and volunteer support. Bereavement group support for youth, teens, adults and seniors.
Suite 204 – (805) 495-2145
SENIOR CONCERNS BARGAIN BOUTIQUE
Great bargains with sales daily. Store accepts donations of gently used clothing, shoes, jewelry, art and household items. Revenues from the store benefit Senior Advocates, Adult Day Care Center, Senior Family Support Service and Meals on Wheels.
Suite 150 – (805) 373-0504
M-F 9:30am-5:00 pm, Sat 10am-4:00pm
INTERFACE CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES
Provides counseling for children, youth, and families for prevention and recovery from all types of domestic violence, sexual abuse and neglect. In addition parenting programs, emergency shelter and intervention for runaway homeless youth; services and emergency shelter for families experiencing family violence.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Homeless Services (H2H) provides food, laundry, showers, case management for short term help while in transition to housing. Meals and winter shelter program. Qualified low income families experiencing emergencies can receive financial support for rent, utilities etc. Families suffering from long term poverty receive resources and allies from the community whose goal is to help them transition out of poverty.
Suite 101 – (805) 497-6207
9:00-4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Thursdays are appointment only.
PACER’S NATIONAL BULLYING PREVENTION CENTER
PACER, based in Minnesota, is a large, well-funded, established organization. The California office works with students, parents, educators, schools, and communities to recognize that bullying is a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students. They offer strategies to create safe and supportive schools, help students involved in bullying situations, and provide resources to address bullying. PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center was founded in 2006 and actively leads social change so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. Learn more about them at: http://www.pacer.org/bullying/