Now More Than Ever: Pacific Clinics Responds to Crisis
In 2020, we touched more than 22,000 lives in Southern California through one or more of our life changing behavioral health programs during the Coronavirus pandemic
Head Start Changed Armineh’s Life
When Armineh came to the U.S., she had no support for her child. When she found Head Start, the staff not only helped in her daughter’s early development, but the support allowed Armineh to go back to school and receive an education. Head Start changes lives.
Celebrating Head Start / Early Head Start Awareness Month
Wassy Tesfa, Executive Director, Head Start / Early Head, kicks off Head Start Awareness month with interviews from community members who celebrate 55 years of Head Start and 25 years of Early Head Start services.
Webinar: Mental Health Strategies for Community Health Centers
National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) hosted the webinar, Workplace Strategies to Support Mental Health for CHCs, featuring Laura Pancake, vice president of clinical services, housing and employment, as well as three professionals to address mental health in the workplace.
10 Healthy Habits for Mental Health
Mental Health Therapists Hannah Levin and Mayra Lopez share 10 healthy tips to cope during COVID-19. These tips help fellow therapists, as well as clients maintain a self-care routine, and alleviate stress.
Facing Loss and Grief
Our second video of the ReNew.ReFresh.Rejuviate series was created by Mental Health Therapist Brooke Dicken who explains how to cope with loss and grief during COVID-19.
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.
Metta World Peace: Start Your Recovery with Pacific Clinics
It's National Recovery Month, and Pacific Clinics’ Champion of Mental Health and Artest University founder Metta World Peace encourages everyone to end stigma and seek help for mental health by starting your road to recovery with us.