Wellness Action Plan
Adult Wellness Center
- Oxnard Wellness Center
2697 Saviers Road
Tues, Wed & Fri 9AM – 3PM
Thurs 2:30PM – 6PM
- New Visions Satellite Program
1065 E. Main Street, Ventura
Sat 9AM – 3PM
Turning Point Foundation
Mental illness recovery and support services (drop-in center, housing)
Countywide – Adults
Drop-in wellness & recovery center for youth ages 18-25 (mental health, substance use, homelessness)
Countywide – Transitional-Age Youth (16-25)
141 W. 5th St., Suite D, OxnardMon - Fri 9AM - 5:30PM
Sat 11AM - 3PM
NAMI Ventura County (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Resources including free education programs, peer-to-peer support and advocacy
Countywide – All Ages
The Client Network: Resource referrals for any level of care, community forums & advocacy. (805) 981-4228
For assessment and referral: Call the VCBH STAR Team at 1-866-998-2243.
If you're in crisis: Call the VCBH Crisis Team at 1-866-998-2243.
Emergency: If you believe your loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis and you need the assistance of law enforcement, call 911.
Community Resources: Call 2-1-1, visit www.211ventura.org or text your zip code to 898211.
There are things that you can do to help yourself be well and stay well. These are the simple, effective things that you know work for you.
What's your wellness action plan?
SOME COMMON WELLNESS TOOLS ARE:
- Talk to a friend
- Eat three healthy meals per day
- Take a nap
- Play with my pet
- Go for a walk
- Relaxation exercise
- Look at pictures and scrapbooks
- Go to support group
- Be with people who love me
- Do something nice for someone else
- Watch a video
- Listen to music
- Take a bubble bath
- Put on a favorite outfit
- See my counselor
- Ask for a medication check
- Positive affirmations
- Get outdoor light
- Make music
Source: Mary Ellen Copeland, Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)