Program Wish Lists

Casa Pacifica Programs Wish Lists

Since we opened our doors in 1994, Casa Pacifica has provided hope and help for more than 29,000 children and their families. Each year, we admit more than 4,000 children into one of our 18 programs on campus and in the community - the equivalent of one child out of every school classroom in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Our below Program Wish Lists help to provide much needed items and necessities for the children and youth we serve.

Residential Treatment Center

Serves youth 11-18 years who have severe emotional and behavioral issues that prevent them from being successful in a lower level of care - foster or group home. more...

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Download Rainbow Cottage Wish List

Alumni & TYS Program

Several years ago Casa Pacifica decided to address the serious lack of services that exist for foster youth once they emancipate from the foster care system. An Alumni Association was created to reestablish contact with children/youth who had ever received services from Casa Pacifica with the intention to not only provide what help it could, but to also direct alumni to community resources that could help them with their needs. The Transitional Youth Services program (TYS) grew out of addressing those alumni needs and now provides assistance with independent living skills, housing, education, employment, transportation, and many other needs important to our alumni.
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Music Program

Casa Pacifica’s music program offers arts exposure to students in Casa Pacifica’s day school, and residents through education and participation in after school programs and private music lessons. The music program is one of the varied and important therapeutic tools we use to promote hope and healing.
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Non-Public School

The Nonpublic School is a special education program serving children and youth with severe emotional and behavioral issues resulting from abuse, neglect, and/or mental illness. Youth from Casa Pacifica’s Residential Treatment Center and day school students from the community attend Casa Pacifica’s Nonpublic School. The students learn in a highly structured, safe environment that focuses on providing high quality education and individualized attention to help students reach appropriate social and grade level skills. more...
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