Daily Republic, For Your Health: Someone to Help During Mental Health Crisis
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and to raise awareness about mental health crisis and suicide prevention, the Daily Reporter highlighted the community-based mobile crisis service program launched by Solano County Behavioral Health, in partnership with Pacific Clinics and local police departments. Read more.
The Vacaville Reporter, Solano County Expands Community-Based Mobile Crisis Services
Solano County Behavioral Health has joined forces with Pacific Clinics to expand the Mobile Crisis Response Program into all seven cities. The program’s mission, according to county officials, is to de-escalate crisis situations, link people to necessary services, and support the care coordination with appropriate agencies. Read more.
Daily Republic, Solano County’s Emergency Mobile Mental Health Program is Expanded
In partnership with the county Behavioral Health Division, Pacific Clinics is expanding the Mobile Crisis Response Program to Vacaville, Rio Vista, Dixon and unincorporated parts of Solano County. Read more.
Uplift Family Services, Pacific Clinics Merger Expands Access
Two of California’s leading nonprofit community-based behavioral health care providers, Pacific Clinics and Uplift Family Services, recently announced their merger under the name Pacific Clinics. Bringing together more than 150 years of experience and with a dedicated team of 2,000 employees serving Californians, it will be among the largest community-based nonprofit providers in the state. Read more.
Mental Health Providers A Merger of Equals
A marriage of behavioral health nonprofits in California will create an organization with twice the revenue of either individual organization. The combined Pacific Clinics, Arcadia, Calif., and Campbell, Calif.-based Uplift Family Services will operate under the name Pacific Clinics. Read more.
Open Minds, Pacific Clinics in California Merges with Uplift Family Services
Pacific Clinics and Uplift Family Services have merged, and will operate under the name Pacific Clinics. The combined organization will enable Pacific Clinics to fill a critical gap in providing access to mental health services to all Californians, with a broad range of quality services offered to qualifying individuals and families. Read more.