Many Mansions provides Adult Services at seven of our 14 affordable housing properties. The Adult Services program assists formerly homeless residents who live with a physical, mental, or developmental disability.
The Adult Services program is designed to provide all residents with services and resources needed to help them achieve greater stability and self-sufficiency.
Services include the following:
- On-site case management
- Job development
- Resource referral
- Financial education
- Community Activities
- Food assistance
- Life skills training
- Individual Service Plan
Adult Supportive Housing Programs by Property:
Esseff Village has studio apartments serving those who are formerly homeless and are either physically, mentally, or developmentally disabled.Residents also have access to community room for resident activities, etc. and it is located in Thousand Oaks.
Casa de Paz and Richmond Terrace both have one-bedroom apartments serving formerly homeless individuals who are disabled due to severe mental illness. Casa de Paz is located in Simi Valley and Richmond Terrace is located in Thousand Oaks. Casa de Paz has a community room for resident activities.
La Rahada and Hillcrest Villas have one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments and serve a mixed population of low-income families. The eligibility for these sites may include referral through VCBH as part of the MHSA funding for the homeless and mentally disabled prospective residents. La Rahada is located in Simi Valley. Hillcrest Villas is located in Thousand Oaks.
D Street has one-bedroom apartments for the TAY population, 18-24 years old. The eligibility for this site includes referral through VCBH as part of the MHSA funding for homeless and mentally disabled prospective residents.
Peppertree has one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for individuals or families, and serves the chronically homeless who are also mentally disabled.
Villa Garcia, Bella Vista, Hacienda de Feliz, Shadow Hills, Schillo Gardens and Terry’s Place are permanent affordable housing complexes that serve residents who meet the low-income criteria designated per unit.
If you are looking for housing information please call Housing Central at 805-497-0344
Many Mansions collaborates with multiple local agencies and organizations to provide services to the homeless and disabled. Our case managers also refer residents to these agencies who provide vital assistance to our communities:
- Ventura County Behavioral Health Department
- Lutheran School Services
- Catholic Charities
- Ventura County Food Bank
- And many others
For more program information please call Heidi Marine, Associate Director of Adult Services at (805) 601-5370 or Heidi@manymansions.org.