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Addiction & Substance Abuse Services
The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA) is committed to building healthier lives, stronger families, and a safer, more vibrant community.
106 South C Street, Suites B–C, Lompoc
CADA-Adult Residential Treatment Services (ARTS)
CADA-Daniel Bryant Youth and Family Centers
526 East Chapel Street, Santa Maria
(805) 925-8860 (Santa Maria)
(805) 741-4243 (Lompoc)
County Health & Wellness Services
Every Woman Counts
Every Woman Counts (EWC) provides free breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to California’s underserved populations. The mission of the Every Woman Counts Program is to mitigate the devastating medical, emotional and financial effects of breast and cervical cancer and eliminate health disparities for medically underserved, low-income individuals.
Contact: (800) 511-2300
Lompoc Health Care Center
LHCC offers a full array of health and wellness services for infants, children, adolescents, adults and seniors.
301 N R St Lompoc
Lompoc Community Health Centers (CHCCC)
Mission: To enhance the health status of all people in the Central Coast of California, with special emphasis on the medically under-served, by providing accessible, affordable, comprehensive and quality health care services, through well trained professional staff, in strategically located health centers.
1300 W Ocean Ave., Lompoc
Santa Maria Primary Care:
210 S Palisade Drive, Suite 202A (2nd Floor), Santa Maria
Medi-Cal Managed Care: 1-800-430-4263
Enroll online: https://www.healthcareoptions.dhcs.ca.gov/enroll/online/
Pacific Pride Counseling in Lompoc
Affordable counseling is available online via teletherapy for LGBTQ+ individuals, individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and their partners, family, and friends.
(805) 963-3636 ext.103
608 Anacapa Street, Suite A, Santa Barbara
Helping with pregnancy, mens and womens health services, education and prevention, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgenders services. Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara locations.
Santa Maria Center:
415 E Chapel Street
SLO Noor Foundation
Providing free medical, dental and vision care to uninsured adults in San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County, regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, religion, sexual orientation, or gender.
Email: [email protected]
Crisis, Domestic Violence & Trauma Support
CALM has been a leader in developing a variety of trauma-informed, evidence-based programs and services that effectively prevent and treat child abuse, promote healing, and strengthen families. Services are provided to all in both Spanish and English, at sliding scale or free of charge if needed; no one is turned away due to inability to pay. CALM continues to be the only non-profit in Santa Barbara County that specializes in the prevention and treatment of childhood trauma.
CALM – Santa Barbara
1236 Chapala Street
CALM – Santa Maria
210 E Enos Drive #A
CALM – Lompoc
110 South C Street
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Hours: 24/7. Languages: English, Spanish and 200+ through interpretation service
North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center
The purpose of the North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center is to reduce the incidence of and vulnerability to sexual assault, human trafficking and child abuse by providing education and prevention skills to community children and adults and to alleviate the trauma experienced by survivors of these crimes by providing direct services.
24/7 crisis line available in both Spanish and English: (805) 736-7273
511 E Ocean Ave
Hotline: (805) 736-7273
Office: (805) 736-8535
Santa Maria Office
301 Miller St # 206
Hotline: (805) 928-3554
Office: (805) 922-2994
Standing Together to End Sexual Assault (STESA) – Rape Crisis Center
Formerly the Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center, empowers people through healing and social change to eliminate all forms of sexual violence. They are committed to transforming lives by providing services and education to meet the needs of our diverse community.
433 E. Canon Perdido St,
Hotline: (805) 564-3696
Office: (805) 963-6832
Education & Social Services
Boys and Girls Club
Facilitate full, satisfying needs for a productive lifestyle for kids of all backgrounds. Adds unmet out-of-school needs in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Lompoc and Guadalupe
Catholic Charities is committed to manifesting Christ’s spirit by collaborating with diverse communities, providing services to the poor and vulnerable, promoting human dignity, and advocating for social justice. They can help people to obtain IDs.
Lompoc Community Services Center
325 North Second Street
Santa Maria Community Services Center
607 W. Main Street
Catholic Charities Thrift Stores
609 East Haley Street, Santa Barbara
607 West Main Street, Santa Maria
Family Service Agency
The Family Support Services program helps parents become better equipped so they can build healthy home environments and overcome major sources of stress. Services are provided free of charge and available in Spanish or English. Located in Santa Maria, Lompoc, Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, and Guadalupe
101 South B Street, Lompoc
Immigration Service Center (non-profit) IMPORTA
IMPORTA’s work is focused on helping long-time local immigrants find a path to legal status and eventually to citizenship. IMPORTA is heavily involved in the defense of our clients who face deportation in immigration court.
Santa Barbara: (805) 604-5060
Santa Maria: (805) 619-0644
Lompoc Adult Education
Provide high-quality programs and certifications that build the workplace, academic and life skills leading to students success and expanded opportunity.
320 N J Street, Lompoc
(805) 742 3100
Santa Barbara County Education Office- Health Linkages Program
The Health Linkages Program is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Santa Barbara County children and families by initiating and strengthening the linkages between the health, safety, social services, and education.
3970 La Colina Road, Suite 6, Santa Barbara
Social Services Center
Government agency that offers social services for Lompoc residents. Social Services include health and human services, low-income programs, and government benefits. The office oversees these programs to provide a social safety net and protect children, the elderly, and vulnerable adults.
1100 W Laurel Ave., Lompoc
Food & Nutrition
Catholic Charities – Food Distribution Sites
Mobile Food Distribution (click the link to see all locations)
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
Fresh produce, healthy groceries, and prepared meal distribution throughout Santa Barbara County (click the link to see all locations)
Route 1 Farmers Market
The mission of the Market is to increase access to local and sustainably grown food with a special focus placed on easing access to fresh and healthy local foods and bridging barriers that hinder our low-income community from shopping at farmers markets. They accept EBT!
3745 Constellation Rd, Vandenberg Village
Open on Sundays from 10am-2pm
Bridge House-Good Samaritan Shelter in Lompoc
The Mission of Good Samaritan Shelter is to provide emergency, transitional and affordable housing with support services to the homeless and those in recovery throughout the Central Coast.
400 West Park, Santa Maria
Legal Aid-Fair Housing
Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County is a non-profit law firm that provides free legal assistance to Santa Barbara County residents. The mission is to provide high-quality civil legal services to low-income and other vulnerable residents in order to ensure equal access to justice. They also help with unlawful convictions.
102 E. Ocean Ave
Santa Barbara Office:
301 E Canon Perdido Street
Santa Maria Office:
201 S. Miller Street, Ste. 210
Sleep in Heavenly Peace
Non-profit that donates beds to children who do not have their own bed.
Contact: (844) 432-BEDS (2337)
Mental Health Services
Brief Therapy Clinic
The Brief Therapy Clinic provides free sessions for those who are underserved and unable to find treatment anywhere else. Sessions are free, and either in person or held over zoom by trainees.
Call (800) 783-0607 to be connected
Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC)
MHSOAC oversees the Adult and Aging Systems of Care Act, Human Resources, Innovative Programs, Prevention and Early Intervention Programs, and the Children’s Mental Health Services Act.
New Beginnings provides mental health counseling to low-income community members and has a mission to end homelessness for individuals, families, and veterans throughout Santa Barbara County. The Safe Parking Shelter Program provides safe overnight parking to individuals and families living in their vehicle, while the Rapid Rehousing Service provides housing assistance to community members through the program. New Beginnings’ Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program operates from a housing-first model to help end veteran homelessness within Santa Barbara County.
Main Office (All Programs) – Santa Barbara
324 East Carrillo Street, Suite C
North County Office – Lompoc
(Safe Parking & Veterans)
3769 Constellation Rd., Suite B
Partners in Hope Recovery Specialists
Assists consumers in recovery-based activities.
In South County call (805) 681-5273.
In North County call (805) 934-6380.
Santa Barbara Department of Behavioral Wellness
Adult mental health services
401 E Cypress Ave., Lompoc
Transitional Mental Health Association
TMHA includes services such as, housing, mental health, clinical, community, family support and homeless services. Program provides intensive community-based multidisciplinary clinical services to individuals with serious and persistent mental illness