Terry Gock Speaks on Panel Regarding API Mental Health Post COVID-19
Divisional Director Terry Gock and other experts and storytellers will discuss finding personal and community strength with the rise of anti-Asian sentiment and the pandemic.
Pacific Clinics Awarded Grant to Engage Children Virtually
The Community Foundation of the Verdugos awarded Pacific Clinics a grant in the amount of $7,500 toward telehealth services for low-income populations in Glendale, specifically for the Hye-Wrap program.
National Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15th to October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. Pacific Clinics pays tribute to the generations of Latinx and Hispanic leaders who work to advance mental health, culturally relevant services and the well-being of our diverse communities.
The Importance of Caring Contacts
In recognition of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, sending a caring contact can help individuals feel a sense of connectedness and increase positive engagement. A caring contact is a written note or card expressing care.
Consumer Testimony: I’m Proud to Say I’m Sober
After years of suffering from alcohol abuse, Modesto C. was later diagnosed with schizophrenia. eventually, he hit rock bottom and Modesto reached out for help. In November 2017, he came to Pacific Clinics and began his journey to recovery and wellness.
Pacific Clinics Selected as Outstanding Philanthropic Organization Finalist
In honor of the 35th celebration of Philanthropy Day, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater Los Angeles Chapter (AFP-GLAC) selected Pacific Clinics as a finalist for the Outstanding Nonprofit Organization award.
Family Child Care Specialist Earns Region 9 Head Start Association Scholarship
Pacific Clinics' Head Start Family Child Care Specialist Emily Blackwell was awarded the Region 9 Head Start Association's Legacy Scholarship. Emily was one of many who was awarded the scholarship to provide financial support in her educational endeavors.
One of our agency's core values is "We celebrate diversity and respect cultural differences." And as such, we recognize and celebrate June as Pride Month in honor of our LGBTQ+ communities. We believe in providing culturally-competent services and programs to the diverse community we serve.