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Through Feb. 23 — Free career workshops to be held in Oxnard

Through Feb. 23 — Free career workshops to be held in Oxnard

OXNARD — A series of free career workshops will be held through Feb. 23 at the West County America’s Job Center, 2901 N. Ventura Road, third floor, Oxnard. January 12 – Winning Interviews, 8:00 a.m. – noon – You never get a second chance to make a first impression. This Career Shop will give you the tools you...
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Jackson Introduces Bill To Help Montecito and Other CA Homeowners Recover Mudslide Losses

Jackson Introduces Bill To Help Montecito and Other CA Homeowners Recover Mudslide Losses

SACRAMENTO – To help residents whose homes were devastated or destroyed in the recent Montecito mudslides, State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) has just introduced a bill to ensure that fire insurance policies cover losses incurred from fire-induced mudslides. Senate Bill 917 clarifies that, under current law, an insurance policy covers loss or damage resulting from a...
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Bilingual report — County of Ventura: Individual Assistance Approved for Victims of Thomas Fire

Bilingual report — County of Ventura: Individual Assistance Approved for Victims of Thomas Fire

VENTURA —  The Department of Homeland Security announced on January 15 it had amended its major disaster declaration for the state of California to include the County of Ventura and the City of Ventura as areas eligible for individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The amendment is the result of an appeal...
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Feb. 11 — Three Local Hair Salons Team up to Raise Money for Thomas Fire Survivors

Feb. 11 — Three Local Hair Salons Team up to Raise Money for Thomas Fire Survivors

CAMARILLO — In order to provide some deserving relief for the Thomas Fire survivors, Willem Hair Design is partnering with Rouge Salon in The Collection at RiverPark and The Craft Barber Shop in Camarillo by organizing a fundraising event on Sunday, February 11 from 12 to 4 pm. At the Willem Hair Design, 96 E....
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Single mother loses job due to Thomas Fire. Saves home with federal funded program

Single mother loses job due to Thomas Fire. Saves home with federal funded program

VENTURA COUNTY — Maria stared at the TV screen in disbelief seeing the Vista Del Mar Hospital building, where she had worked for the past 7 years, devoured by flames from the Thomas Fire, “I just couldn’t believe it. My heart dropped and I was immediately worried about the patients and staff there.” After finding...
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Jackson bills, including new parent leave act, to become law on Jan. 1

Jackson bills, including new parent leave act, to become law on Jan. 1

SACRAMENTO – Among the numerous bills authored by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) this year, the following will take effect on January 1, 2018: Senate Bill 63, the New Parent Leave Act: SB 63 will provide 12 weeks of job-protected maternity and paternity leave for California parents who work for smaller companies with 20 to 49 employees, allowing...
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EDC-VC SBDC (Thomas Fire) update for Dec. 20

EDC-VC SBDC (Thomas Fire) update for Dec. 20

  ? Disaster Update: Making a Difference To our clients and partners,   Our hearts go out to all those who have lost homes, property, revenue and much more in this disaster. We are standing in this recovery effort with you. For those impacted as business owners, we know it can be daunting to...
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Jan. 18 — Panel of local men to discuss #MeToo & sexual harassment in SLO County

Jan. 18 — Panel of local men to discuss #MeToo & sexual harassment in SLO County

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — A panel discussion — titled Men’s Place in the #MeToo Movement — will address sexual harassment in SLO County and ways that community members, men and women alike, can get involved in supporting the Silence Breakers in our community and putting an end to sexual harassment. The event is hosted...
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Jan. 23 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ Free Workshop to be held in Oxnard

Jan. 23 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ Free Workshop to be held in Oxnard

VENTURA COUNTY — Under a federal law not widely known to consumers, the State of California must seek repayment from the estates of certain Medi-Cal members after they die. What does this mean for homeowners receiving Medi-Cal benefits? Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) will host a free educational workshop open to anyone interested in...
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25 de enero — Aprenda sobre las nuevas leyes fiscales 2018

25 de enero — Aprenda sobre las nuevas leyes fiscales 2018

OXNARD — Aprenda sobre las nuevas leyes fiscales 2018, 5:45 pm – 7 pm, Oxnard Heritage Square Cultural Center, 141 W. 5th St., Suite E, Oxnard.
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Happily Ever After: Graduates of Self-sufficiency Program Celebrated with Major Community Partners

Happily Ever After: Graduates of Self-sufficiency Program Celebrated with Major Community Partners

SANTA BARBARA — At 43, James Coronado is on the road to advancing his career in education, having recently earned his master’s degree from Antioch University. And surrounded by his wife and children, Coronado celebrated yet another graduation Oct. 19 as community leaders recognized him and 12 others for their completion of Housing Authority...
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Coastal Housing Partnership: Helping Workers Call Ventura County Home

Coastal Housing Partnership: Helping Workers Call Ventura County Home

Next Home Buying Fair on Saturday, Oct. 28 in Ventura VENTURA COUNTY — With the median price of Ventura County homes at nearly $650,000 and expected to increase, home ownership seemed like a lofty goal for Denise Noguera, a social worker with the County of Ventura. But once Noguera became determined to move on...
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Nov. 14 — Ventura County Community Development Corporation hosts free credit & budgeting for the holidays workshop

Nov. 14 — Ventura County Community Development Corporation hosts free credit & budgeting for the holidays workshop

VENTURA COUNTY — With over 54% of consumers using some type of credit and/or loan to finance their holiday expenses it’s easy to see how consumers can get wrapped up in holiday debt. Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) hopes to help Ventura County residents avoid holiday debt by providing a free workshop on Credit...
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Oct. 24 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ workshop to be held in Oxnard

Oct. 24 — ‘The Effects of Medi-Cal on Homeownership’ workshop to be held in Oxnard

Free workshop hosted by Ventura County Community Development Corporation VENTURA COUNTY — Under a federal law not widely known to consumers, the State of California must seek repayment from the estates of certain Medi-Cal members after they die. What does this mean for homeowners receiving Medi-Cal benefits? Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) will host...
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Bilingual report: July 25 — Free Fair Housing Workshop Hosted by VCCDC & the Housing Rights Center

Bilingual report: July 25 — Free Fair Housing Workshop Hosted by VCCDC & the Housing Rights Center

OXNARD — The Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) will be hosting a Fair Housing workshop in collaboration with the Housing Rights Center on Tuesday, July 25th at 6pm at the VCCDC Home Ownership Center located at 2231 Sturgis Road, Suite A, Oxnard, CA 93030. This is a free workshop open to anyone interested in...
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