Dr. Chris Leucht Offers Tips on Prepping Children to Go Back to School on KPCC
On KPCC’s most recent segment of "Take Two," Dr. Chris Leucht, program director, was interested about tips to prepare children returning to school. At the 28:25 marker, the segment opens with one of Dr. Leucht's tips for caregivers to check in with their own feelings as children are looking to them on how to feel and react. Additionally, Dr. Leucht recommends taking school tours saying, "the more familiarity kids have with what’s going to happen and where, the better."
Dr. Chris Leucht Quoted in LAist on What Caregivers and Children Can Expect Returning to School
In the LAist article, "Preparing To Go Back To Preschool In A Pandemic: 'Fun, But In A Different Way,'" Dr. Chris Leucht, program director, offers tips on helping children ages 0 to 5 get ready to return to school. "The first thing would be for parents to check in on their own feelings, and try and manage those so that they can be there for their kids," Leucht says.
Advances Spring 2021
This issue of Advances Magazine, Essential Workers Making A Difference, includes an exclusive interview with ABC7 Eyewitness News Anchor Ellen Leyva. Additional articles include information on suicide prevention, expert advice on how to talk to children about race and racism, self-care tips and links to videos featuring Pacific Clinics' team of experts.
Ruth Schwartz of Shelter Partnership Will Be Missed
On behalf of Pacific Clinics, we extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and colleagues of Ruth Schwartz, who passed away on March 26.
Associate Board Member Noah Damsky and Volunteerism
Noah Damsky, Associate Board Member, discusses the importance of volunteering and why he supports Pacific Clinics in Investor’s Business Daily.
Pacific Clinics Rehabilitates Housing to Serve Homeless Men with Mental Illness
Through the generosity of donors including the S. Mark Taper Foundation, The Ahmanson Foundation, and The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, the completion of the renovation project at S. Mark Taper Rampart House will ensure Pacific Clinics can continue addressing urgent housing and mental health needs of clients. Read article in Outlook Newspaper.
Residential Housing Renovation to Serve Community
Through the generosity of donors including the S. Mark Taper Foundation, The Ahmanson Foundation, and The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, the completion of the renovation project at S. Mark Taper Rampart House will ensure Pacific Clinics can continue addressing urgent housing and mental health needs of clients. Read more.