The City of Ventura’s Senior Nutrition Program (SNP) is made possible by a financial partnership between the City of Ventura, the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA), and the California Department of Aging (CDA).
The Senior Nutrition Program is comprised of the Westside Cafe and the Home Delivered Meal Program (HDM). To register, or for more information, please call: 805-648-3035
The Home Delivered Meal Program (HDM) is designed for homebound individuals 60 years and older who live in Ventura. To learn more about the program or to register, please call: 805-648-3035
To learn more about the free and affordable services and resources available for seniors during the COVID pandemic, visit our Senior Resources webpage. This page provides information about local food pantries, the senior support hotline, and health and human services available in Ventura County.
In October 2020, the Ventura City Council approved a Senior Strategic Plan that identified goals and actionable strategies for more effectively meeting senior needs and priorities in the City of Ventura. For more information, including videos of community meetings, visit our Senior Strategic Plan webpage.
The Ventura Avenue Adult Center (VAAC) offers classes, drop-in activities, the Westside Cafe Senior Nutrition Program, facility rentals, and a variety of free and affordable programs and services.
The Ventura Avenue Adult Center is available for business and non-profit meetings as well as private events. The facility includes small, medium, and large meeting rooms in addition to a large banquet hall and patio. The maximum capacity is 150 guests.