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Educational Programs provide students with the skills they need to live successful lives. Our robust programs include early childhood development, classroom consultations in partnership with school districts, adult continuing education programs and parent workshops.
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Support Services offer various programs to address social determinants of health, including housing and employment coaching and placement, among other critically needed services.

On June 3, Capital Region employees participated in Solano County’s Pride event in the city of Vacaville featuring drag performers, entertainment, various speakers, booths with local resources – including a Pacific Clinics booth – and a farmers market.

The Pacific Clinics team’s purpose at the event was to raise awareness about its Solano Mobile Crisis Program, aimed at de-escalating high-pressure situations and helping to coordinate care with partnering agencies, and to share information about related job opportunities.

Rachel Wilson, behavioral specialist II, was invited to take over the loudspeaker where she announced our organization’s name, what we do and a summary of the mobile crisis program and locations it serves, including Vacaville, Dixon, Fairfield and Suisun.

“We have a responsibility to our community to ensure everyone has access to our services,” says Jennifer MacKinnon, clinical associate director for the program. “Our services are lifesaving and partnering with the LGBTQ+ population is important. We want to make sure our services are accessible.”

Solano Mobile Crisis Program is in the process of relaunching and aims to be countywide by next year.

Left to right: Rachel Wilson, behavioral specialist II, Ashley Pacheco, family specialist I and Ria Rose, family specialist I, Capital Region

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