RAIN is a transitional housing program located in Camarillo, California and sits on over two acres of open space.
Individuals and families across Ventura County who are in need of transitional housing as they begin their path to independence can find help at the RAIN Transitional Living Center in Camarillo. Home to more than 135 people each year, RAIN features 16 rooms for families, six single rooms, and several beds for people recovering from illness or injury following hospitalization.
The average length of stay at RAIN is 8 to 12 months. However, some stay for more than a year while they pursue their path to self-sufficiency.
RAIN provides intensive case management and counseling services to assist the residents in meeting their goals for emotional and economic stability. RAIN also provides a clean and sober living environment, nutritious meals, and transportation for job searches and employment.
Life skills classes cover such areas as parenting, budgeting, and housing search skills in order to help prepare residents for success as they move into rental housing.
RAIN provides a host of activities for children to ensure that they have the same learning, cultural, academic and artistic experiences as their peers. They can participate in on-site programs such as art, outdoor recreational activities, music, performing arts and sports, all within the safety or their backyard.
What RAIN offers:
- Caring communal atmosphere
- Three healthy meals each day
- Laundry facility
- On-site social worker to assist in linking to services, benefits, and locating housing
- Intensive Case Management
- Three Phase program
- Transitional housing
- Transportation assistance
- Access to licensed therapists
- Parenting and self-sufficiency classes
- Savings program
- Job search assistance
- Housing search assistance
- Recovery support