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Hope Drop-In Center for homeless youth celebrates it’s 10th annual Thanksgiving Dinner
Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical officer, Shawn Caracoza, discusses the importance of mental and physical health and how Pacific Clinics focuses on early and preventative approaches to mental health.
Dr. Luis Garcia provides an assessment of ways the Hispanic community has bucked this trend through a “latticework of relationships through extended family, work colleagues and friends, is prevalent in the Latino community and can help provide an emotional safety net.”
“Scott brings a wealth of thought leadership and insight to this role,” said James Balla, president and chief executive officer of Pacific Clinics. “We are confident that he will make a positive difference in the lives of our clients and their families.”
A Pacific Clinics’ client talks about the stigma of mental illness in the Asian American community and her journey to wellness.
The ABC7 news team honors Ms. Leyva by reflecting on her community contributions, personality, and advocacy for mental health services.
In the wake of celebrity suicides, Dr. Garcia explains the importance of talking about mental health issues, early treatment, and cultural diversity in treatment.
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