House of Transition (Casa C)
HOUSE OF TRANSITION
1750 C South Lewis Road
Camarillo, California 93012
CASA DE ESPERANZA Y SUENOS
Telecare Camarillo Administration Building
1756 South Lewis Road
About House of Transition
House of Transition is an 18-month maximum-stay social rehabilitation program that assists clients in their transition to the community. The primary focus of our program is on community integration and skill development.
House of Transition provides a daily, structured therapeutic program and encourages community involvement. We partner with Ventura County Behavioral Health to provide case management, therapy, and psychiatric services with the goal that our members can transition to a less restrictive, more independent level of care.
Just the Basics
Population Served: Adults ages 18-59 with serious mental illness
Funded by: Ventura County Behavioral Health
This program follows Telecare’s Recovery-Centered Clinical System (RCCS), an innovative recovery framework that incorporates the latest research and evidence-based practices. RCCS emphasizes doing no harm and supporting and enlivening recovery. The recovery model incorporates such approaches as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), harm reduction, and other consumer-centered therapeutic interventions.
Services and Supports
Services include, but are not limited to:
- Individual and group counseling
- Development of skills
- Assistance in securing safe, decent, affordable and accessible housing
- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
All referrals are made through the Ventura County Behavioral Health STAR (Screening Triage Assessment and Referral) Program.
We are licensed to provide services to male and female adults (18-59 years) with a primary diagnosis of a serious mental illness. Adults with substance abuse diagnoses are also admitted, provided their primary diagnosis is a serious mental illness.
Contacting A Family Member
Members can be reached by mail or telephone (contact information above), as well as through visits both on and off campus.
What Makes Us Different
Residential treatment programs are more structured and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Clients both reside and receive services in this environment. Transitional Community Living programs have a significant portion of services provided in the community by other treatment providers.
House of Transition promotes cultural diversity and encourages family involvement. Our members participate in member forum meetings where special holiday events are planned, safety concerns are addressed, and where they can support each other. We have weekly family dinners and monthly campus-wide family meetings. We also participate in several NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) events throughout the year.
Telecare is a family- and employee-owned company that has been treating individuals with serious mental illness since 1965. We specialize in innovative, outcomes-driven services for high-risk individuals with complex needs. Our programs are recovery-focused and clinically effective and are designed in partnership with local, county, state and other behavioral health organizations.