Housing Men, Women & Children throughout Ventura County
We exist to provide HOME to those recovering from
We urge OUR community to join our occupant's journey to
Utilizing our extensive & exceptional resources to
heal at the root while developing the routines of a healthy lifestyle.
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Community in Crisis
Census Bureau data noted that 9.1% of the 843,843 residents of the County were living below the poverty level. These persons are at risk of becoming homeless. Over ten percent of the entire population of California is addicted to drugs. Ventura County has outpaced the rest of California in prescription opioid addiction and overdose deaths since 2014. While statistics and numbers can feel sterile, they represent a person and sometimes a family without a home, exposed to the dangers of homelessness.
Our Response & Impact
Continually growing by increasing our capacity to provide housing.
Providing Hope, Healing & Home
Our Transitional Recovery Housing provides a unique approach whereby mothers & fathers, individuals and their children reside. Housing 50 individuals at a time across five properties, The Spencer House help the practical, emotional, and financial challenges faced. In addition to providing support to maintain sobriety, put legal woes behind them and eventually transition into permanent housing. Our comprehensive approach is designed for the whole person to permanently break the cycle of addiction and homelessness for this generation and the next.