Since 1995, Casa Pacifica has offered adolescent and family services designed to treat victims of abuse and neglect, substance abuse, homelessness, and other behavioral and mental health issues. Our Camarillo, Santa Barbara, and Santa Maria offices work with more than 2,100 of the most vulnerable children and their families annually. Headquartered on a rural 24-acre campus in Camarillo, the campus provides the perfect setting for children and adolescents to heal and find new hope for a better future. From in-home services to avoid children being removed and placed in the Foster Care system, to outpatient services deigned to help a child deal with emotional or mental difficulties, and for those struggling most with the emotional scars of abandonment, abuse and neglect 24/7 residential care is provided. For those being emancipated from the Foster Care system, Casa Pacifica offers a Stepping Stone program which provides housing while teaching job skills, money management, and more. These affected youth live in Casa Pacifica homes, pay minimal rent, and are required to go to school and/or work full time. Casa Pacifica also provides a non-public school where kids regain their grade level and prepare for graduation.