Ventura County’s food bank – easing hunger of over 74,000
children, seniors and families through the collection and
distribution of nutritious food throughout Ventura County.
Hire Heroes USA empowers U.S. military members, veterans, spouses
to succeed in the civilian workforce. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit,
our services are free to veterans.
Feeding hungry families through a “choice-model” food pantry;
offering care and comfort in a dignifies environment to those
struggling with hunger in the Conejo Valley.
Providing home furnishings to Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists,
unite them with rescued animals so they can be trained to become
service dogs at no cost.
We advocate for children with special needs and their families
through diverse programs and partnerships in the Greater
We gift fresh floral bouquets to local hospice patients and
seniors in need of joy, using repurposed flowers and vases.
Tierra enables adults with developmental disabilities realize
their potential, become as independent as possible within their
communities, and establish valued roles in society.
West County Health Centers’ mission is to provide comprehensive,
quality, accessible medical, dental,and behavioral health care
services to the communities of western Sonoma County.
Through collaborative work we serve as a local public health
planning and intervention agency, our programs target those who
are undeserved, vulnerable, or at risk.
Each day we serve 4,000 men, women, and children with emergency
shelter, affordable housing, residential drug and alcohol
treatment, job training, and other support services.
Collective of volunteer healthcare professionals and engaged
citizens, providing emergency, restorative and preventive dental,
vision and medical care to the underserved at temporary, free
CDSDP is a health care organization with medical and dental
clinics offering an array of services. Clinics are located
throughout Imperial & Riverside County.
Edgewood Center for Children and Families promotes the behavioral
health of children, youth and families and supports a positive
transition to adulthood.
We provide free legal representation and social service referrals
for unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children.
CCHF is dedicated to improving the quality of care and life for
persons impacted by inherited bleeding disorders through
education, advocacy, and support.
Provides housing and services at two sites, Quinn Cottages and
Serna Village, for formerly homeless individuals and families,
supporting them from hopelessness to self-sustainability.
We lift lives and raise hopes of individuals, families and
organizations through education, micro-finance loans, and grants
in Uganda and East Africa.
A 356-bed pediatric medical center with 525+ practicing doctors,
Valley Children’s provides high quality, comprehensive health
care services to children regardless of ability to pay.
The Indian Law Resource Center provides legal assistance to
indigenous peoples to combat racism and oppression, realize their
human rights, protect their lands and resources.
136-bed transitional housing substance abuse treatment center.
Detox, women w/children, dual diagnosis, outpatient, DUI, sober
living, aftercare, group therapy, education, relapse prevention,
parenting, anger management.