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Ribbon Cutting and Celebration for Casa Pacifica New Buildings

October 22, 2019

F O R   I M M E D I A T E   R E L E A S E

A California Non-profit 501(C)(3)

Contact: Carrie Hughes
Phone: 805-366-4011
For: Assignment Editor / Media Invite

Ribbon Cutting and Celebration for Casa Pacifica New Buildings

Camarillo, CA – Casa Pacifica will be officially unveiling its brand-new Founders’ Building at a Ribbon Cutting celebration on Thursday, October 24th from 4:30-6:00 p.m. The Founders’ Building houses Casa Pacifica’s Training Institute (accessed by professionals from around the country, caregivers, and families), its expanded Vocational Education Program for transitional youth, and administrative offices. The construction of the Founders’ Building and new Archie & Wells Fargo residential cottages was made possible through Casa Pacifica’s Building New Foundations of Hope $16.6-million Capital Campaign, which was successfully completed in 2017. The Cottages house the residential treatment component of Casa Pacifica’s Camino a Casa program treating youth at risk of, or who are returning from a psychiatric hospitalization.

Also being officially opened on Thursday is the newly named Dr. William & Susan Burgos Building, formerly Casa Pacifica’s original administration building which now solely serves program needs – including housing the on-campus health clinic, providing family therapy meeting space, clinical offices, Intake, family visiting rooms, and other program needs.

The Ribbon Cutting will take place on the campus’ circle driveway. Parking is available at the Lewis Road end of and behind the new Founder’s Building as well as in the parking lot facing the campus buildings. For more information please contact Carrie Hughes at (805) 366-4011 or email

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Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families is a crisis-care and residential treatment facility for foster or at-risk children in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. The agency is the largest non-profit provider of children’s mental health services in both counties and administers a number of community-based programs designed to strengthen families and keep children in their homes and communities. Casa Pacifica is also a foster family agency, which recruits and trains families for potential placement with a foster youth. For more information about Casa Pacifica visit its website or call the Development & Public Relations Department at (805) 445-7800.

Casa Pacifica’s Mission Statement: Casa Pacifica restores hope, enhances resilience, and strengthens community connections for children, young adults and families at the most challenging times of their lives.