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Community Mental Health Support Resources

Here are few places and people you can call if you’ve been affected in any way by the Borderline shooting. The therapist and groups below have specialized training in treatment of trauma. Call the providers below for support.

If you were impacted by the Woolsey or Hill fires, the Thousand Oaks mass shooting, or both, you can call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746 for emotional support 

Student Health Center, Administration Building Room 111

Week of 11/13 – 17
Tuesday-Thursday, 8-7 pm
Friday, 8-5 pm

Weekend resources:

211 for various community support

Crisis Text Line 741741

The Ventura County Crisis Team at 866-998-2243

Suicide Hotline 800.273.TALK

Simi Valley

Families Counseling, Debra Tucker, MFT and associates: Simi Therapy Harmony Counseling, Kristie Schadt, MFT and Associates: Harmony Family Counseling

Conejo Valley

Ellyn Goldstein, MFT: Ellen Goldstein, MFT

Lisa White, MFT (805) 246-7721


Lisa Barra, PhD Dr. Lisa Barra Mission Oaks Counseling Center: Mission Oaks Counseling Center New Beginnings Center: New Beginnings Center

Interface Children and Family Services/Mental Health Services

(805) 465-6114

Or call 211


Engage Engage Therapy

Ventura County Naval Base

Fleet and Family Support Center

For anyone affected and needing assistance from the incident in Thousand Oaks. Crisis Counselors will be available at Bldg. 1169, the Fleet and family Service Center, in Port Hueneme during normal working hours. People can either walk in or call the front desk at (805) 982-5037 to make an appointment.

Veteran’s Needing Crisis Support: The Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8225

Other Resources

Resources for Families of Victims

A victim information hotline was established at (805) 465-6650

Family Assistance Center is open at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center at

1375 East Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

Ventura County Behavioral Health, the Red Cross, and Public Safety Chaplains are at the Family Assistance Center to provide mental health support.

You can also call your medical insurance company to ask for a list of additional community mental health provider

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