Pacific Clinics serves children, transitional age youth, families, adults, and older adults. We offer mental health, substance use treatment, and supportive services to Medi-Cal eligible individuals and families. Our diverse staff provides culturally and linguistically relevant services in over 22 languages to our region’s culturally and ethnically diverse populations. We provide services in over 50 locations across Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties.
Who We Serve
Who Is Pacific Clinics
1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental illness in their lifetime. Pacific Clinics is here to provide treatment to clients and to provide capacity building to the behavioral health field. At the core of our work is our mission to deliver quality mental health and substance abuse services by building on people’s strengths.
Pacific Clinics has provided life-changing and life-saving mental health treatment, substance use disorder treatment, and supportive services since 1926. Mental illness impacts individuals across culture, gender, age, and economic spectrums, so we deliver a range of innovative community-based, culturally and linguistically appropriate programs. Our highly trained, expert staff members are reflective of the communities we serve, and specialize in severe, chronic mental illnesses.
For over 90 years, Pacific Clinics has been a nationally recognized industry leader in providing life-changing services to the clients we serve. We scale up our efforts by training behavioral health professionals through our training division, Pacific Clinics Training Institute. We also advocate for policies that will improve services and care for our clients.
Open Minds Profiles Pacific Clinics and Its Impact in the Community
Open Minds, an online publication focusing on health and human services, highlighted Pacific Clinics in one of its organization profile features. The profile detailed Pacific Clinics' history, its impact in the community since 1926, services provided and financial overview.
Recognizing Dr. Mamie Clark
As one of the first African American psychologists to graduate from Columbia, Dr. Mamie Clark’s many contributions in childhood development and social science research helped overturn school segregation and develop culturally sensitive programs for children. Learn more about her impact.