VCAAA Voices: Giovanny Ortiz

A primary VCAAA goal is to help people live at home for as long as they are able. It becomes much more difficult when a person is afflicted with Alzheimer’s […]

VCAAA Voices: Cristian Rivas

The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging is here not only to assist older adults and people with disabilities, but the people who care for them. Cristian Rivas is a […]

VCAAA Voices: Mason Lewis

Right after graduating from CSU Channel Islands, Mason Lewis joined the VCAAA staff at the start of the pandemic as an emergency meal delivery driver. He has since worked his […]

VCAAA Earns Two National Mature Media Awards

VENTURA, California – The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging, a department of the County of Ventura’s Human Services Agency, was honored twice in the 32nd annual National Mature Media […]

VCAAA Voices: Berta Medina

Berta Medina is a long-time employee of the VCAAA and has spent most of that time working in HICAP – the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program – in which […]

Tai Chi Classes Begin Again in August

VENTURA, California – The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging and the Ventura County Elderly Fall Prevention Coalition’s award-winning Fall Prevention Program has a new set of Tai Chi: Moving […]

VCAAA Voices: Celeste Lopez

When someone calls the VCAAA looking for help, their first point of contact is the Information & Assistance team. For nearly a year, Celeste Lopez has been one of the […]

VCAAA Voices: Genesis Estrada

Genesis Estrada

Genesis Estrada has worked at the VCAAA for nearly five years in a variety of roles. In her current position she is the program coordinator for the Elder Abuse XE […]

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