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Serving You During COVID-19

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UPDATE: January 14, 2021

Vaccination efforts continue in Ventura County, and CA Governor Newsom released a statement yesterday that people age 65 and older will be prioritized to receive the vaccine.  There has been some confusion around that statement, and that effort is detailed here. You may also click here for information regarding vaccination efforts in Ventura County. 

Your health and safety remains foremost in our mind, and Camarillo Health Care District continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 public health crisis.  Although some regular programs and services have been termporarily suspended, as an essential agency, many services remain available, including Transportation, Senior Nutrition, Senior Support Line, Care Management/Chronic Illness, Disease Prevention, Health Promotion, virutal classes and support, Caregiver Education and Support, and services for families dealing with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. 

The District has also developed some new programs to help serve during this crisis including Digital Bridge, Zoom Room, Bingocize, and the Pen Pal Program.  Please call for more information or read about it here in the latest issue of the Healthy Attitudes magazine.

As we continue to serve during this crisis, please let us know how we can assist you by calling any of the numbers below to speak with compassionate, confidential staff trained in resources and referrals, who are ready to offer support for you and your family. 

Senior Support Line: 800-235-9980

Caregiver Center: 800-900-8582 or 805-388-1952, ext 133

General Telephone: 805-388-1952, ext. 100

The following essential services remain available during the COVID-19 public health crisis.  Please let us know how we can assist during this time.

This site will be updated as new information is provided.  Please continue to check back.