Connecting those who have with those who need. The Camarillo Medical Supply Project provides durable medical equipment and home health care supplies to anyone in our community at no cost and without qualification requirements.
Camarillo Medical Supply Project (formerly known as the medical supply “closet”) is a service of Camarillo United Methodist Church, part of the global United Methodist church. It was born in a small ante building on the church property in the 1980s. The brainchild of the late Rev. Craig LeBreton, the project originally served Camarillo and Somis residents, and now serves hundreds of people in and around Ventura County.
As the need for affordable healthcare services and supplies grows, the Camarillo Medical Supply Project grows. 2018 brings plans for expansion of the storage facility and purchase of supplies as they are needed. Additional volunteers are being recruited for: reception, room organization, pick up of donations. If you have time to share contact us below.
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Camarillo United Methodist Church is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt organization. Donations to the Medical Supply Project are tax deductible.
May 15, 2018: Rotary Club of Camarillo awarded the Medical Supply Room a Rotary Foundation Grant. The funds will be used to buy construction materials to enlarge the supply room.
By the end of May, participation in the Med Suply Room grew by 6%.
The Med Supply Room think tank dreamed up the "Awareness Campaign."
June 8, 2018: Justice and Compassion Essentials Ministry Team of California Pacific United Methodist Conference awarded the Med Supply Room a grant for for the Awareness Campaign!
This summer utilization of the medical supply room increased by 19%. Clearly this is a result of the Awareness Campaign! Keep telling your friends and family about our services. We are now helping at least 55 people a week!