Thanks to the generous donors and volunteers who participated in this year's backpack drive, we provided 800 backpacks and 200 hygiene kits to vulnerable children and teens across the Bay Area!
Michelle Nance, addiction counselor and mental health worker at Pacific Clinics, discusses the benefits of, and alternatives to, 12-step programs and her journey to helping others.
On the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Senior Director of Training Beth Jenks, Ph.D., explains the complexities surrounding those who still feel the reverberation of this trauma.
Pacific Clinics' Prevention and Clinical Teams participated in many National Night Out events throughout the Los Angeles/South Coast Regions to bring awareness to substance use disorders.
Pacific Clinics senior leaders and executives represented at the Inland Empire Community Foundation Policy & Engagement Summit in Riverside, Calif.
New funding will allow us to train and provide job placement for up to 200 individuals.
Several programs are offered in the Central Region that include a full spectrum of services to youth and those of all ages: Bright Beginnings, ACT, Hope and Crossroads.
In recognition of Nonbinary Day on July 14, we take a deeper dive into understanding nonbinary and transgender experiences, through the lens of a Pacific Clinics employee.
Pacific Clinics APFC team members conducted a presentation on building relationships with schools and AAPI youth at the National Training and Technical Assistance Center’s Annual Summit.
In recognition of BIPOC Mental Health Month, Pacific Clinics employees share their thoughts on commonly perceived expectations for Black women, as well as the importance of intersectionality in discourse about mental health and barriers to care.
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