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    Casa Pacificia – YOU can help our youth find engagement and hope during this crisis!


    Help us keep the kids safe – and busy!
    To our amazing Casa Pacifica Family:
    We appreciate the outpouring of phone calls and emails from concerned community members, county partners, volunteers, and donors. Fortunately, we are grateful to report we have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 related to our clients or employee population at this time.Misty Berard, Casa Pacifica’s Director of Residential Services commented on the current situation, “During this unchartered crisis, as an agency we are doing our utmost to keep our youth and staff safe and cared for. In an effort to minimize risk we have limited community access and temporarily suspended volunteers on campus. This has created a unique challenge to keep our youth engaged and their spirits high. We need to be creative and innovative during this period to engage the youth in on-campus activities and recreation therapy. Our youth struggle with already difficult challenges so engagement and hope during this crisis is especially important for our community here at Casa Pacifica.”

    YOU can help us provide these safe activities here on campus
    by making a donation today!
    • Jolly Jump obstacle course
    • Game Truck
    • Disney+ annual subscription
    • Fun Flix Productions movie night rental of large screen + movie snack bar (popcorn machine, nachos and candy)
    • BBQ catering
    • Hot chocolate bar
    Donate Here!

    These items range in price from $69.99 to $700, DONATE HERE and include a comment.

    Or call Karisa Lim, Development & Public Relations Manager
    at (805) 366-4021.

    We are also asking for gift cards for food delivery and to get extra craft supplies for the kids:

    • Wood Ranch
    • In-N-Out Burger
    • Ameci Pizza Kitchen – Camarillo
    • McDonalds
    • Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill
    • Trader Joe’s
    • Michael’s
    • Hobby Lobby
    • Amazon
    • Visa
    Donate Here!
    The Pearl Report
    Our newest therapy dog, Pearl is growing up! Not only is she growing bigger, she’s getting smarter too! Pearl is off to Doggy School and we are so proud of her! Pearl is enrolled in a three week training program Monday – Thursdays where she is learning to be the most well mannered pup around! We can’t wait to celebrate with her when she graduates on April 2nd! 
    Educational Forum A Success!
    A big thank you to everyone who participated in our recent inaugural educational event, Complex Trauma & the Family! It was wonderful opportunity to gather, make new contacts, share information and learn from such amazing speakers! We look forward to creating similar events in the future. Special thank you to our partners Hazelden Betty Ford FoundationVista del Mar HospitalEngage, and Mission Harbor Behavioral Health.
    The health and safety or our staff and colleagues is of the utmost importance to us, therefore Casa Pacifica’s Training Institute is suspending all training classes temporarily. We will reassess the training schedule as needed.
    Thank you for your patience and understanding. 
    Welcome to our new Board members!
    Casa Pacifica is proud to welcome Patrick Nygren and Brad “Brick” Conners to its Board of Directors this year. Casa Pacifica’s board members offer a wealth of experience and expertise in a wide range of areas. Welcome Patrick and Brick!
    Patrick has more than 17 years of experience in consumer and small business banking. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from UC San Diego, and received his Graduate Level certificate in banking from the Pacific Coast Banking School at University of Washington, Seattle. Patrick enjoys traveling with his wife and two children.
    Brick brings his leadership experience from being a commanding officer in one of the U.S. Navy’s largest and most strategic bases which included: two airports, three runways, a deep-water port, an island, retail stores and 17,000 employees. Most recently, Conners became the City Manager for Port Hueneme.
    Ways You Can Help
    1. Shop! Love a good Target run? Who can resist Amazon these days? Put those shopping sprees to good use and shop for our kids! Check out our Target registry or Amazon wish list and have items shipped straight to us. And don’t forget to sign up for Amazon Smile and designate Casa Pacifica as your charity of choice so we receive a percentage of your purchases!

    2. Become an Angel or Amigo!  These two groups are some of our biggest supporters. The Casa Pacifica Angels help out with our fundraising events and children’s parties throughout the year. The Casa Pacifica Amigos organize fun activities for the kids on the weekends – some favorites are carnival day and movie nights. Annual membership is $50 – join or gift a membership today!
    Sign up to become an ANGEL or AMIGO!
    Thank you to our Corporate Leaders!
    Our Mission
    Casa Pacifica restores hope, enhances resilience, and strengthens community connections for children, young adults and families at the most challenging times of their lives.
    Donate today!

    Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families

    Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families, All rights reserved.

    1722 S. Lewis Rd
    Camarillo, CA 93012
    (805) 445-7800


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