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CREATING A SAFER, HEALTHIER COMMUNITY FOR ALL

At Interface Children & Family Services, we’re focused on making sure every child, teen, parent, and adult in our community has every opportunity to thrive. Founded in 1973, Interface is Ventura County’s most comprehensive nonprofit provider of social services, including mental health & trauma treatmentyouth crisis & homeless servicesdomestic violence & child abuse preventionhuman trafficking prevention & intervention, and justice services.

Through innovative partnerships, Interface works with teachers, parents, medical professionals, and more to prevent abuse in our community. Our educational programs help adults learn to recognize the signs of abuse while equipping students with ways to protect themselves. We also offer the region’s largest referral contact center, 211 Information & Assistance, which quickly connects community members to the resources and assistance they need during times of crisis.

Join us in making sure our community provides a safe place for families, children, and neighbors to thrive. Get involved or make a donation today.

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DID YOU KNOW?

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percent of children who grow up in homes with domestic violence will end up becoming perpetrators of domestic violence as adults
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students met the federal definition of homelessness in Ventura County in 2018
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community members find help each year through Interface Children & Family Services

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The Meaningful Work of Showing Up

If you’re like me, you’ve seen signs popping up on restaurant doors these days saying something like: “We honor those on our staff who have shown up to serve you today.” It’s a sign of the times during challenging staffing outages across the nation. And there is another way we commonly use the term to “show up.” It means when a person takes a stand on an issue they care about. They show up to make a difference, they show up to acknowledge a wrong that needs righting, they show up in support of someone down.

One of the greatest parts of my job is regularly meeting with people who are showing up to make life better for others – people like you

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