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Main Services Area

Educational Programs
Educational Programs provide students with the skills they need to live successful lives. Our robust programs include early childhood development, classroom consultations in partnership with school districts, adult continuing education programs and parent workshops.
Support Services

Support Services offer various programs to address social determinants of health, including housing and employment coaching and placement, among other critically needed services.

Tiered Professional Development

The SBIT team can work alongside district staff with the implementation of social emotional curriculum (SEL), teaching school-wide expectations and rules across settings, and implementing school-wide reinforcement systems. This collaboration ensures that a student’s academic, behavioral, attendance and/or health needs are being met in school to ensure a successful educational experience. Services implemented by the BIT workforce are developmentally appropriate and evidence based. We apply function-based strategies to achieve positive educational and social-emotional outcomes.
TIER 1

Universal Primary Prevention for ALL

Pacific Clinics’ School-Based Intervention Teams (SBIT) offer a full continuum of multi-tiered programs and services for educators and students in general and special education. Services are available year- long. SBIT is a robust and comprehensive education solution designed to meet your district’s Tier 1 implementation needs. The BIT team can support with coaching on implementation and conducting universal screening, fidelity measures and classroom assessment tools. The SBIT team can work along side district staff with the implementation of social emotional curriculum (SEL), teaching school-wide expectations and rules across settings, and implementing school-wide reinforcement systems. This collaboration ensures that a student’s academic, behavioral, attendance and/or health needs are being met in school to ensure a successful educational experience.
School Culture and Climate
  • Support schools in reinforcing rules and expectations
  • Support educators through consultation services when teaching school-wide rules and expectations
  • Participation, coaching and modeling of schoolwide and classroom reinforcement systems
  • Implementation of universal screening and fidelity measures
Teacher and Administrative Training
  • Eliminating barriers to learning
Parenting and Community
  • Presentations to PTA or parent groups (e.g., ELAC)
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TIER 2

Targeted Prevention for SOME

Pacific Clinics’ School-Based Intervention Team (SBIT) is a robust and comprehensive education solution designed to ensure that a student’s academic, behavioral, emotional, attendance and/or health needs are being met in school, to ensure a successful school experience. Services delivered at the school site will be integrated within each school culture (MTSS/PBIS) and pushed-in or pulled-out. Services are available year-long, across settings. Services implemented by the SBIT workforce are developmentally appropriate and evidence based.
Group-based behavioral health therapy and/or classroom consultation
  • Check-In Check-Out (CICO)
  • Service provision of evidence-based mental health treatment (e.g., Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Trauma in Schools (CBITS), Brief Intervention for School Clinicians (BRISC), Skillstreaming, Bounce Back)
  • Implementation of evidence-based Social
  • Emotional Learning (SEL) curricula
  • Classroom observations, coaching and consultation
  • Lunch and recess social emotional groups
  • Wellness center serivces
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TIER 3

Intensive Prevention for FEW

Pacific Clinics’ School Based Intervention Team (SBIT) has partnered with schools throughout California to effectively integrate our services within the educational system and each school’s culture to support students requiring more intensive services. The agency provides evidence-based practices and function-based strategies to achieve positive educational and social-emotional outcomes
Individualized Services
  • Review ODRs to identify youth proactively
  • Mental health assessment and treatment
  • Data to monitor treatment progress to be communicated to staff as necessary to support individual student
  • Functional Behavior Assessment/Behavior
  • Intervention Plan development
  • Crisis intervention
  • Home and community services
  • Restorative Practices
  • Before school services to address chronic absenteeism
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Wellness center services

A Variety Of Multi-System Approaches And Support For Your Wellness Center Implementation Needs

Services include consultation and/or direct services on for the development, implementation, and operations of wellness center services and/or individual school sites. Pacific Clinics can help sites organize and deliver services for students that allow them to engage with each other, build connections, and benefit from the time spent together.

Caregivers are included in service delivery models and connected with resources as needed to enhance family engagement with school administration and teachers. Services will also support building teacher capacity and provide consultation and coaching on social emotional elements of the learning environment.

Safe and Welcoming Environments
  • Developed with student leadership teams
  • Design elements that let all students know that they are safe and
  • welcomed in the space
  • Inclusive language and spirit throughout
  • Creative student expressions encouraged
  • No Wrong Door: Drop-In and Appointments welcome
  • Developed with student Integrate and elevate youth voice in services
  • Development of meaningful partnerships
  • Opportunities for youth leadership and peer supports
  • Engagement in larger wellness goals for entire school campus

Individual student services 

  • EBP services and counseling supports
  • Check in/out supports
  • Direct connection and engagement
  • 1:1 support, referral linkage, and case
  • management

Group student services

  • Skill building groups targeting shared needs
  • Wellness groups to engage the larger student population in fun, learning opportunities (art groups, music connections, building/crafting, etc.).
  • Student and school driven based on need/interest
  • On-site support for the entire student population
  • Development of school-wide/universal social emotional supports and approaches
  • In-person support for full student population during breaks, recess, and yard time
  • Consultation and resource connections
  • Single point of contact facilitation of wellness center activities
  • Case Management and navigation of resources
  • Engagement with school community and educators for needs
  • System level services to draw in community resources
  • Pacific Clinics has a variety of local programs available to meet a variety of mental health, social, and treatment needs for youth and families
  • Pacific Clinics also holds multiple formal MOUs and informal partnerships with services from housing navigation, food and basic needs, and sporting/arts services
  • Facilitation of several services including health lifestyles, relationships, and food choices
  • Pacific Clinics can also offer prevention services on important topics like domestic violence and sexual abuse
  • Pacific Clinics also offers sponsored treatment services
    for youth who have experienced sexual abuse trauma
  • Facilitation of several services including health lifestyles, relationships, and food choices
  • Pacific Clinics can also offer prevention services on important topics like domestic violence and sexual abuse
  • Pacific Clinics also offers sponsored treatment services
    for youth who have experienced sexual abuse trauma
  • Coaching and consultation on wellness needs and activities for the classroom
  • Assessment of learning environment 
  • Engagement services to increase student participation and attendance.
  • Training and services to prepare for the school year and increased student engagement
  • Clinical Staff: Can provide therapy services, behavioral health assessments and interventions
  • Wellness Coordinator Staff: Behavioral intervention trained staff who can implement the full continuum of wellness services including single point of access and operations
  • Clinical Management/Risk Supervision: Available for oversight of risk management services and support/consultation for center staff
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments to determine needs and develop sustainable plans
  • Crisis Response Staff: Available for specialty support services and/or SCC 5150 Crisis Evaluation support is needed.
  • Crisis Services: Wellness Centers should be prepared to support comprehensive risk supervision for all students, with emergency access and linkage for safety evaluations
  • Direct linkage to health plans and services for identified long-term needs for students
  • Student/School-Wide evaluations and screenings
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments to determine needs and develop sustainable plans
  • High level collaboration directly with the school administration and leadership
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