Family Outreach Program assist families with accessing resources to improve family relationships, escape poverty, improve their physical/mental health needs, and other community resources for emergency needs, food, clothing, housing assistance, etc. Services include:
- Food/Community Resources Distribution
- Parenting Classes
- Community Outreach
I have worked with Betty and City Impact since their humble beginnings in Oxnard. Betty had the unique talent to mobilize members of the community and work along with a government entity to achieve a common goal and fix problems. Over the years City Impact has grown, matured and flourished because of the commitment of those involved in the organization and the vision of its leadership. City Impact has partnered with nearly every facet of regional and local government to successfully address the unmet needs in some of our most needy neighborhoods and communities. As a police professional I am proud to have been part of the solutions created by City Impact and today I am proud to be a part of City Impact.
John Crombach, Retired Ventura County Assistant Sheriff
City Impact provides a weekly food outreach for over 300 low-income families of Cabrillo Village, El Rio and Nyeland Acres working in collaboration with FOOD Share of Ventura County, USDA, local churches and private donors.
In addition, community agencies are invited to food outreach to distribute information and resources available to the families.
PARENT PROJECT CLASSES
Parent Project is a 10-week course that provides strategies and tools to assist parents raise their difficult or out-of-control children.
Referrals for programs come from schools and probation.
(Spanish classes available)
For more information, contact Pam at 805.983.3636 ext. 106
They did it! Class participants completed the 10-week Parent Project Class - Classes were Co-facilitated by Daniel Moody of City Impact and Officer Tamora McCready of Oxnard Police Dept.
City Impact is the lead agency for community collaboration with Ventura County Behavioral Health’s Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Program. Together with our partners, the Community Coalition for Stronger Families will provide strategies for outreach, preventative education and early intervention support within our communities to improve access to resources for mental wellness and reduce stigma on mental health.