Conejo Valley Meal and Shelter Program Providers


The following Conejo Valley locations take part in a program that provides year-round meals 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 May 2018. Subject to change. Call in advance to confirm.


Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

1 W. Avenida de los Arboles, Thousand Oaks (805.492.1234)

Sleeping facilities for up to 15 people during winter months. Visit for more information. Hot dinner at 6:30pm year-round.


Calvary Community Church

5495 Via Rocas, Westlake Village (818.991.8040)

Visit for more information. Dinner at 6:30pm year-round.


Westminster Presbyterian Church

32111 Watergate Rd., Westlake Village (818.889.1491)  Hot meals at 6:30pm Wednesday nights year-round.


Emmanuel Presbyterian Church

588 Camino Manzanas, Thousand Oaks (805.498.4502)

Meal site from April-November

Chinese Christian Church of Thousand Oaks

218 W. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks (805.379.0882)

Meal and overnight site from December-March


Thousand Oaks United Methodist Church

1000 E. Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks (805.495.7215)

Visit Meals at 6:30pm Friday nights year-round.


St. Julie Billiart Catholic Church

2475 Borchard Rd, Newbury Park (805.498.3602)

Meals served for up to 50 people and shelter for up to 30 during winter months. Dinner at 6:30pm on Saturday nights year-round.


St Patrick's Episcopal Church

1 Church Rd, Thousand Oaks (805.495.6441)

Meal site from April-November

Temple Adat Elohim

2420 E. Hillcrest Dr, Thousand Oaks (805.497.7101)

Meal and overnight site from December-March. Hot meal for 50 to 80 people. Overnight accommodation for 20 to 35 people.


Assurance Wireless Offers Free Cell Phone Service to Low Income Residents

Assurance Wireless, powered by Virgin Mobile, offers a free cell phone with monthly service that includes 250 minutes and unlimited texts to low-income individuals who qualify through the Federal Lifeline Assistance Program.

The Lifeline Assistance Program is funded by the federal Universal Service Fund, which is funded by wireless carriers, who in turn generally tag on a fee to consumers in their monthly bills.

The Lifeline Assistance program is available for only one account per household. Separate households that live at the same address are eligible, such as residents of homeless shelters and nursing homes. Residents with temporary addresses are also eligible.

As a California resident, you can qualify if you participate in certain public assistance programs or if you below certain income levels:

  • Medicaid/Medi-Cal
  • CalFresh
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (aka Food Stamps)
  • National School Lunch Program
  • California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKS)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)
  • Various other public assistance programs
  • Income levels falling within the following Federal poverty level guidelines (as of January 2015):
    • $25,500 for a household of 1-2
    • $29,700 for a household of 3
    • $35,900 for a household of 4
    • Add another $6,200 for each additional household member above 4

The program also allows individuals to purchase additional minutes; $5/month for each additional 250 minutes. To learn more, visit

To learn more about the Federal Lifeline Assistance Program at