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Not One More is a group of supporters, just regular people, each with their own unique talents and dedication, from very diverse backgrounds, but all having been touched in one way or another by substance abuse, addiction, or sadly, death, now make up the Board of Directors for this non-profit organization. With commitment and integrity, we are working hard to change our part of the world, to make it a safe city for our children, families and neighbors.
The Free Clinic of Simi Valley offers volunteer attorneys and paralegals offering information, instruction and assistance in the complex area of law. Individual sessions, which are typically 15 minutes in length but can range up to an hour, offer clients the information needed to protect their family, property or individual rights.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (“CASA”) of Ventura County believes that every court-dependent abused or neglected child should be safe, have permanence and the opportunity to thrive, and have a strong, compassionate volunteer Advocate.
Ventura Teen Challenge was established in 1972 and serves the Tri-Counties region: Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties. In the early 1970s we accommodated eight women and four staff. The beginning of Ventura Teen Challenge included outreaches to the California Youth Authority, juvenile hall, and elementary schools. The women in the discipleship program would share their testimonies about the dangers of drug and alcohol use and that Jesus Christ had delivered them from their addictions.