Ty, a young adult who identifies as nonbinary and transgender, lost their mom at a young age. While home life was uncertain with their dad, who couldn’t fully accept that Ty wouldn’t be keeping their birth name, Ty found a place of belonging at Pacific Clinics’ San Jose-based Hope Drop-In Center.
Capital Region employees participated in Solano County’s Pride event in the city of Vacaville featuring drag performers, entertainment, speakers, booths with local resources – including a Pacific Clinics booth – and a farmers market.
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National Foster Care Month, which falls during the month of May, is a time to acknowledge our professional parents such as Bakari, who work tirelessly to help youth in foster care be successful in life.
Salesforce highlights Pacific Clinics in their “Customer Snapshot” and how the agency has been able to automate patient onboarding to address high demand.
Pacific Clinics participated in the annual NAMIWalks Greater Los Angeles County Mental Health Fest and Walk to spread awareness of mental illness and eliminate stigma at the Los Angeles State Historic Park.
There’s a “sweet spot” for Kim in how she goes about parenting youth in foster care, and her unique perspective as both a resource mom and a professional gives potential parents helpful insight.
Pacific Clinics was well represented with attendees, a big win during the “Shark Tank” competition, being selected as a social media influencer, unveiling of a new booth, a networking reception and Chief Public Policy and Advocacy Officer Eva Terrazas moderating the “New Initiatives, Opportunities and Challenges: Medicaid Innovation“ panel.
During Mental Health Month in May, Provisio highlights Pacific Clinics’ work, how we utilize their technology, and our NatCon win.
May is National Community Action Month and we want to thank all the volunteers who manage and maintain our three Bay Area-based auxiliary stores.
Pacific Clinics recently held its Hearts & Hands Luncheon, where more than 250 attendees came together and raised $509K and counting for Bay Area children, families and adults.
President and CEO Kathy McCarthy is in the big apple, New York City, this week, at Salesforce’s World Tour 2023 to discuss Pacific Clinics’ partnership with Salesforce.
Pacific Clinics’ Capital Region Executive Director Mary Sheppard provides insights into post-pandemic mental health following Governor Newsom’s proclamation declaring May 1-7, Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
Pacific Clinics recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the official opening of our first South County office, serving individuals and families in Morgan Hill, South San Jose, San Martin and Gilroy, Calif.
At first glance, Pacific Clinics’ Chief Strategy Officer James J. Balla’s career trajectory may look surprising, starting with the U.S. Marine Corps and moving through positions at the United Service Organization (USO) and later a series of private and nonprofit healthcare providers, including Pacific Clinics. But look closer as consistent themes run throughout his more than four decades of professional work: opportunity, growth and service above self.
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