Interface Children Family Services of Ventura County
We provide a comprehensive array of health and humans services to the children, youth, women, men in Ventura County; provide services for teenage runaways, victims of domestic and sexual violence, child abuse, mental illness, poverty, health problems, drug abuse and suicide; We operate group homes for youth, 24-hour hotlines, Big Brothers Big Sisters Program, Family Support Worker (Healthy Families) Programs, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Domestic Violence Shelter, out-patient counseling and EAPs for local business. Interface has touched the lives of 190,555 people last year with a budget of $5.5 million dollars. Interface has recieved numerous awards and honors for program innovation and outcomes. For example, our Home-based mental health program boasts over a 92% success rate for each of the past 5 years as measured by local mental health research.