Ventura County trial Lawyers Association (VCTLA) is a local organization of trial attorneys committed to bettering the civil justice system, the lawyers who serve it, and the community it serves. Ventura County Trial Lawyers Association is a group of legal advocates who strive to further public awareness on key issues affecting the civil justice system. VCTLA is focused on the importance of juries and matters affecting equal access to justice.
The Ventura County Bar Association (VCBA) was established in 1929 and incorporated in 1968 as a California non-profit 501(c)(6) Mutual Benefit Corporation. Currently, the VCBA has 1227 members and 37 sections, committees and affiliates. The VCBA is governed by a 28 member board of directors, and operated by a devoted staff of 7 professionals.
The Ventura County Bar Association/Volunteer Lawyers Services Program, Inc. (VLSP) provides legal services for low income individuals and families in Ventura County. VLSP, Inc. was incorporated as a non-profit in December 2001, and in June 2002 became a 501(c)(3) public benefit, tax exempt corporation.
As a CANHR Elder Justice Advocates™, I am committed to supporting California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR) in its effort to improve the lives of residents in California skilled nursing facilities and assisted living homes.
CANHR is a vital resource to elders and their loved ones and a powerful advocate for long term care residents, with a mission to prevent abuse and neglect of elders and persons with disabilities. As an Elder Justice Advocate, my clients and I agree to pledge a portion of the proceeds from every elder abuse / neglect case involving long term care to California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR). This is just one way in which Johnson Moore, APC supports CANHR in its work to improve the quality of care in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
For caregiver resources, or more information about the Elder Justice Advocates, or CANHR’s advocacy, please visit: www.canhr.org