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General Media Inquiries
Myeisha Peguero Gamiño, MA
Vice President, Public Affairs & Advocacy
626-254-5000
mgamino@pacificclinics.org
800 S. Santa Anita Avenue | Arcadia, CA 91006-3555

Laura Pancake Named a Top Leader in Healthcare

The Los Angeles Business Journal named Vice President, Clinical Services, Housing & Employment Services Laura Pancake to its Top Women Leaders in Healthcare list. She understands the correlation between mental illness, homelessness and employment and works daily to offer solutions.

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Open Minds Profiles Pacific Clinics and Its Impact in the Community

Open Minds, an online publication focusing on health and human services, highlighted Pacific Clinics in one of its organization profile features. The profile detailed Pacific Clinics' history, its impact in the community since 1926, services provided and financial overview.

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Dr. Beth Jenks Published in The California Psychologist

Lydia Flasher, PhD and Pacific Clinics’ Corporate Director of Clinical Training Beth Jenks, PhD cowrote "Beyond Skills Training in Supervision: Teaching Professional Attitudes and Values," in the Winter 2020 issue of The California Psychologist. In the article, they encourage supervisors and training directors to educate psychologists on professional attitudes and values, which will help improve their practice.

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Pacific Clinics featured in Outlook Newspaper

Pacific Clinics is featured in Outlook’s 2019 Celebrating Charity Special Edition.

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Pasadena City Councils Approves Housing for Veterans

Pacific Clinics to partner with the Salvation Army to provide services to those who will live in the permanent housing facility.

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New Curriculum Helps Transitional Aged Youth Enter Workforce

Pacific Clinics is part of The Los Angeles Transition-Age Youth Collaborative which helps foster youth find and keep jobs. The collaborative created a curriculum to prepare transition-age foster youth for the workforce, taking into account their unique barriers. Learn more about the one-of-a-kind program.

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Pacific Clinics: Voted Best Non-Profit, Best Charity, Best Places to Work

Pacific Clinics is thrilled to announce that we have been voted Best Local Nonprofit, Best Local Charity and Best Place to Work in Pasadena Weekly's Best of 2019 Issue!

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US Congresswomen Grace F. Napolitano Addresses Teen Suicide Prevention

Congresswoman Napolitano introduces the Mental Health Services for Students Act (HR1109), which would fund on-site mental health services at schools nationwide. Pacific Clinics is a proud to partner with Rep. Napolitano and together have already established services in many schools in our service area. Read more on our partnership and learn about her goals for expanding access going forward.

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Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant to establish early childhood hub sites in Pasadena

Pacific Clinics' Early Head Start Nesbitt site to be an early childhood hub site for the city of Pasadena starting this fall.

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Champion of Mental Health Celebration Featured on ABC7

See the broadcast from ABC7 Eyewitness News spotlighting the event, our co-hosts Ellen Leyva and David Ono, and Mental Health Champion honorees.

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