Senior Service Updates

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Ventura Avenue Adult Center

While the Ventura Avenue Adult Center will be closed until further notice, home delivered meal service will continue and regular congregate meal participants can pick-up a meal, Monday through Friday, at the Ventura Avenue Adult Center from 11:00am - 1:00pm, while supplies last.

For additional information or to register for this program, please contact the Ventura Avenue Adult Center at (805) 648-3035

Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA)

Looking for information on resources and support available for seniors? Visit the VCAAA website or call (805) 477-7300 to learn more about the resources, meal services, and support available for seniors in Ventura County. 

Senior Support Line

Feeling lonely or isolated? Call the Senior Support Line at (800) 235-9980

VCAAA Food Pantry 

VCAAA is offering a full-service delivery or door-to-car Food and Supply Pantry at no cost for Ventura County residents who are 60 and older and people with disabilities. A two week food supply will be provided. 

  • Available items include: fresh produce, dry goods, and canned food. Toilet paper is also available; limit 1 roll per person.

How it Works: Call the VCAAA at (805) 477-7300 to identify needs and schedule a time for pick-up or delivery. 

For pick-up orders, drive up to the VCAAA office at: 646 County Square Drive in Ventura. A staff member or volunteer will either deliver the supplies to the doorstep or bring the supplies to your car, with minimal or no person-to-person contact.

Become a Volunteer or Donate Items

The VCAAA is also seeking volunteers and supply donations to assist with food deliveries and pantry distribution.

Phone: (805) 477-7300
Email: lois.vcaaa@vcaaa.org 

For more information visit www.vcaaa.org

CAVolunteers - Feeding Your Community

Calling all Neighbors

Visit serve.ca.gov for more information on how to help feed our community during this pandemic.

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Self-Care

This is a stressful time for many of us. Self-care and finding ways to safely connect with friends, family, and neighbors is an important part of staying well everyday. Here are five mental health and wellness tips provided by the County of Ventura that you may find helpful in reducing stress and staying connected during this time. 

Additional resources are available on the Wellness Everyday website.

2-1-1 Ventura County

211 is a FREE service that connects community members to information about critical health and human services available in their community. 

211 is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week and offers information and referrals in over 150 languages. 

You can connect with 211:

  • By Phone: dial 2-1-1 from a landline or cell phone in Ventura County or by dialing (800) 339-9597; this number is toll free.
  • By Text: text your zip code to 898-211.
  • Online: search the 211 resource database online at www.211ventura.org.