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.
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.
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.
Inclusion and Advancement in Education
In a Q&A with La Shon Tillie-Jones, site director of Pacific Clinics’ Head Start Nesbitt Center, she talks about the importance of providing programs that support advancement and self-sufficiency.
The Warning Signs of Suicide: Expert Advice on How You Can Help
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Program Director Irma Gonzalez, LCSW answers questions about recognizing the warning signs of suicide.