Staff is available 24 hours a day to respond to any needs and or emergencies.
The Safe Journey Transitional Shelter is a supportive living for victims of domestic violence who have completed a stay in an emergency shelter.
Family violence advocates respond to safe locations to provide crisis intervention, immediate assessment, safety planning and referrals to victims.
Advocates also assist with the follow-up advocacy including, but not limited to, restraining order assistance and court accompaniment.
As long as even one person experiences domestic violence in Ventura County, we will continue to provide domestic and family violence prevention and intervention services, and we will continue to do so with the utmost respect and understanding of the specific needs of the various victims and survivors of abuse in our community.
Interface Family Violence Response Team offers 24 hours a day/7 days a week advocacy and response to domestic violence calls when requested by law enforcement and medical providers.
This safety program teaches children how to respond to potentially dangerous people and situations.
The program is offered to schools, day-care centers and other child care and youth facilities free of charge.
Interface shelter programs provide a safe and stable environment where victims can begin a new start and prepare for their future.A personal safety/child abuse prevention program, My Body Belongs to Me, is for children from preschool through 6th grade and their families.The program works to educate and empower children in a non-threatening way, so that they may be better-equipped to avoid abuse.We address the needs of survivors, but we also address the needs of the unheard voices of those victims who face so many barriers to leaving their abusive relationship that becoming a survivor is often a seemingly unobtainable reality for them.Through our prevention, outreach, and educational programming, we attempt to reach those individuals who are experiencing, and are at-risk of experiencing, domestic violence.