The mission of Ventura County Jewish Family Service is to encourage and support the quality and continuity of individual, family and community life guided by the ethical and spiritual values of Judaism Ventura County.
Jewish Family Service provides non-denominational services for the people of Ventura County as well as services for the Jewish Community.
857 E. Main Street
Ventura, CA 93001
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