Christina Marroquin, Director of the Lighthouse for Women and Children, which is part of the Ventura County Rescue Mission, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Yvette Araujo.
Since 1997, the RAIN Transitional Living Center (RAIN) has provided housing and services to families and single adults in Ventura County, California, to help with the transition from homelessness to permanent housing.
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.
The Homeless to Home, or H2H program, is a collaboration of The Salvation Army, Project Understanding, and Turning Point Foundation. Providing a Hand Up, Not a Hand Out.
In this public service announcement, Regional Coordinator for School on Wheels in Ventura County, Yadira Melgoza, outlines the organizations activities.
Established in 1966, the nonprofit group, Community Action of Ventura County (CAVC), has a goal to increase self-sufficiency among low-income residents while increasing family and community economic stability. Tim Hockett, the Executive Director of CAVC, speaks about their work with
Homelessness is a complex topic. Vagrancy is its own issue. Although there is some overlap, not all homeless individuals are vagrants.
Toni Jannotta discusses her jazz inspired, storytelling documentary, Voices of the Homeless. The discussion is highlighted with a trailer from her film.
Frank James Malle interviews jazz vocalist, Toni Jannotta, and guitarist, Nigel Taylor for this segment of Our Ventura. Toni and Nigel perform “Is It Magic?” Additionally, they discuss jazz history and jazz aesthetics and Toni talks about her award as