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Conejo Valley Meal and Shelter Program Providers

The following Conejo Valley locations take part in a program that provide year-round meal on designated nights of the week to individuals who are in need.  And from December to March, both dinner (6:30 pm) and overnight shelter is offered.

This information is current as of November 2014. Subject to change. Call in advance to confirm.

Sleeping facilities for up to 15 people during winter months. Visit for more information.
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 Chinese Christian Church of Thousand Oaks
218 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks
Meal and overnight site from December-March


St. Julie Billiart Catholic Church
2475 Borchard Rd, Newbury Park
805.498.3602 or specifically - meals served for up to 50 people and shelter for up to 30 during winter months

St Patrick's Episcopal Church
1 Church Rd, Thousand Oaks
Meal site from April-November
Temple Adat Elohim
2420 E. Hillcrest Dr, Thousand Oaks
Meal and overnight site from December-March

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Reader Comments (1)

Regretfully, a volunteer named Brian who checks in homeless at the nightly meals and shelter service darkens the good work by the local churches and LSS because of his rigid militaristic commands and bullying of attendees he does not like. It is a shame that he doesn't realize that people who are treated rudely when they are in a needy state sink further into depression. He has banned a woman and small child on a cold night. He barks orders. His inability to understand and thoughtfully assess a situation is tantamount and his refusal to allow attendees an explanation of actions that he angrily responds to in an inappropriate manner is a real problem with what would otherwise be an excellent and much needed service. This letter was posted anonymously for fear of retribution by the above-mentioned volunteer.

March 13, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

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