Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Pacific Clinics honors generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who work to advance mental health and the well-being of their communities.
Sustaining Relationships During COVID-19
ReNew.ReFresh.Rejuvinate with Mental Health Therapist Brooke Dicken who shares four tips to help sustain relationships through the COVID19 pandemic.
Wassy Tesfa and Thaddeus Juarez, MD speak at Head Start Directors Exchange
Hosted by Region 9 Head Start Association, this virtual meeting focuses on effective strategies that leadership teams should consider during the pandemic. Discussion is facilitated by Wassy Tesfa, Executive Director of Pacific Clinics’ Head Start/Early Head Start and includes guest speaker Thaddeus Juarez, MD, Medical Director. Click here to learn more and register to participate.
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.
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.
Recognizing Dr. Mamie Clark
As one of the first African American psychologists to graduate from Columbia, Dr. Mamie Clark’s many contributions in childhood development and social science research helped overturn school segregation and develop culturally sensitive programs for children. Learn more about her impact.