Interface Children & Family Services

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes


Established in 1973, Interface Children & Family Services is the region’s most comprehensive nonprofit social services agency providing direct, responsive, wrap-around services to address the complex needs of client and community.

As a critical safety net for children and families, Interface provides 30 distinct programs across seven core program areas including mental health and trauma treatmentdomestic violence and child abuse preventionyouth crisis & homelessnesshuman trafficking prevention & interventionjustice services, and 211 information and assistance in 39 California counties.

Today, Interface serves tens of thousands of local individuals annually, assists 150,000+ callers through the 211 call center across the state, and continues to earn the respect of individuals, businesses, and foundations, which provide grants, donations, and in-kind services to ensure that the work of Interface is sustained.

Interface works collaboratively with many other service providers. We are the only agency with a presence in all existing, formalized “under one roof” facilities across Ventura County. With collaboration, Interface best provides family support, domestic violence intervention, outreach and youth activities, as well as prevention and counseling within economically challenged communities. To establish a foundation of violence prevention and mental health, Interface embeds five family strengthening objectives into its programs:

  • Help parents develop resiliency
  • Help families develop a support system
  • Help families secure practical help when they need it
  • Teach parents how to raise healthy children
  • Help children to develop socially and emotionally


Strengthening children, families, individuals, and communities to be safe, healthy, and thriving through comprehensive social services.


A nationally recognized family support organization that builds upon the strengths of individuals, families, and communities through effective, accessible, fully integrated services and partnerships.

  • Contact Information:
  • 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd Suite I
  • Camarillo, California
  • United States
  • Active In: United States
  • Forms of Abolition:
  • Awareness, Aftercare, Empowerment
  • Forms of Slavery:
  • Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Forced Marriage, Domestic Servitude, Bonded Labor