Partners & Sponsors

Community Counseling Services has a stable and respected presence in the area, with offices located in Oxnard and Westlake Village, and a robust referral network. We receive referrals from many sources (e.g., self-referrals, Moorpark College, Tri-Counties Regional Center, Coalition for Family Harmony, Ventura County Behavioral Health, Interface, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, local doctors, lawyers, clergy, and therapists).

In recent years, local, statewide, and national partners have assisted us in providing low-fee services by awarding us grants or by including us as a service provider in grants of their own. Our Disaster Mental Health Program was primarily funded by grants from the American Red Cross and California Community Foundation. These organizations allowed us to provide free counseling services for those impacted by the Woolsey and Thomas wildfires. The grants also helped us fund clinician training in disaster mental health and workshops for other service providers in the community. The Ventura County Credit Union also has contributed to this initiative, funding free services for several clients impacted by either the Woolsey wildfire or the Bar and Grill mass shooting.

Grants from the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation, City of Thousand Oaks, City of Westlake Village, and the Foundation of Ventura County Credit Union have all supported our provision of low-fee therapy services. These local organizations are helping people who would like to access quality counseling services but need financial assistance to pay for services.

A grant from Southern Smoke Foundation funds free counseling sessions for food and beverage workers and their families. The foundation funds mental health services across several states, and we are pleased to be chosen by them as their service provider in California. We recenlty attended the Association of Psychological Training Clinics conference and were featured as one of their Behind You partners

The New Hope Lutheran Church in Agoura Hills, CA provided the ELCA mental health ministry grant. This grant involves provided counseling groups for congregation members that are coping with challenges following the Woolsey wildfires.  Individual therapy and counseling groups were also provided for the clergy of congregations with a focus on compassion fatigue.

Through donations provided to Community Counseling Services during Cal Lutheran's Cares Day, we are providing free mental health services to those with financial needs at our Oxnard clinic. A Community Development Block Grant from Housing and Urban Development permits us to extend these services to additional Oxnard clients. 


Red Cross

American Red Cross


Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation

City of Westlake Village

City of Westlake Village


Foundation of Ventura County Credit Union


New Hope

New Hope Lutheran Church


California Community Foundation


City of Thousand Oaks

Southern Smoke Foundation

Southern Smoke Foundation

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Housing and Urban Development