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01/04/2013
By: ryein.evan
St. Helena Hospitals
This is the best Dentist in Ventura! Very comfortable, friendly, and professional. I have been going to Dr Harrington for 10 years. The have digital X-rays and are high tech but still have a home town dentist atmosphere. The dental hygentist are awesome too. They really take their time with you., I have been going to Annie for 5 years now. She is gentle and very friendly. Dr Harrington has done several proceedures over the past few years, always painfree and looks natural. I would highly recommend this office.
06/06/2017
By: Monica M.
Tri-County Supervised Visitation and Mediation
I love how every Monday my husband comes home from Miss Gloria's class he tells me how we can better parent our child which is 3 years old I haven't met her personally but when my husband describes her you can tell she is a person who cares about other people and wants to help you. Me and my husband love the advise she gives him and i truly want to thank her from my husband and i.
01/25/2016
By: Frank P.
Tri-County Supervised Visitation and Mediation
I highly recommend this place . Gloria is completely honest in the work she does. The child is perfectly comfortable when she greets him in the parking lot . She has activities for them to entertain themselves. Gloria is always there and does not leave them unattended during the visit. I will continue to use tri county as supervised visits.
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02/24/2017
By: Christine C.
Anka Behavioral Health
Wonderful experience. Beautiful facility. Great staff. However the phone number provided is for contacting current clients only. The main phone number is (805) 233-7750
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