EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Mental Health Outreach Programs

Ventura County Behavioral Health provides prevention and early intervention services to individuals at risk of mental health challenges. To learn about our Mental Health outreach programs in the community see the Wellness Everyday website at www.wellnesseveryday.org.

Logrando Bienestar

Achieving Well-Being

Logrando Bienestar is a program of Ventura County Behavioral Health designed to help the Latino community understand the importance of mental and emotional health, with the goal to help individuals to access services for a productive and healthy lifestyle. Logrando Bienestar is a program that was developed to walk you through the process of getting well. We are determined to find you the assistance that you may need to continue being productive parents, siblings, children, friends or spouses. The program services youth and adults in Santa Paula and areas of Oxnard.

Education

  • How to understand signs and symptoms of physical and emotional distress
  • Information on available services
  • Education and awareness

Personal Advocate

  • Helping individuals and families access services
  • Providing guidance and support

Substance Use Services - Prevention

Prevention Services works upstream to reduce alcohol and drug-related problems in our community. Initiatives are aimed at limiting harms related to impaired driving; underage and binge drinking; marijuana and vaping, especially as it relates to harms to youth; prescription drug abuse; and addressing health disparities among vulnerable populations. A primary goal is to delay the onset of first use of alcohol and or other drugs by youth. We collaborate with schools, parent groups, government agencies, medical partners, law enforcement, community-based organizations and more.

To read more about Prevention Services visit Ventura County Limits.

Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Ventura County

We invite you to join us in connecting and enhancing resources to prevent and reduce prescription drug and heroin abuse. Together we can reduce opioid supply, reduce opioid demand, and save lives. Learn more about our efforts at Ventura County Responds.

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RELATED LINKS

To access mental health services, or for immediate help, please call:
1-866-998-2243