The City Center has the vision of uniting Christian churches throughout Ventura County, in partnership with the community, to provide transitional living services to help end homelessness.

In this interview, Jim Duran speaks with Our Ventura TV host, June Noakes, about the City Center in Ventura, CA, which opened in 2010, and was originally known as The Kingdom Center. Recognizing the history of the location and the importance of community support, the center was renamed The City Center, harkening back to the original name of The City Center Motel.

The City Center offers housing to homeless, with a goal of transitioning the client out in a year. However stays up to 24 months are allowed if needed. This is where the counseling and support services are critical to create a path towards self sufficiency.

Their mission is to provide a transitional living center for homeless individuals and families in Ventura, equipping them to rebuild their lives for self-sufficiency.

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  • October 21, 2014 at 11:23 pm
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    I would like to be a part of reaching out to homeless in community. God bless you.

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