July Newsletter
Thank you for reading the Pacific Clinics newsletter, which shares news about our agency and the communities we serve.
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Launches
The United States launched the 24/7 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline earlier this month. This three-digit number makes it easier for people to get help from trained crisis counselors when they are experiencing thoughts of suicide, mental health or substance use crisis or any other kind of emotional distress. 
Los Angeles Spring Movie Night Under the Stars Is One for the Books
Thanks to the incredible support and generosity of Pacific Clinics' sponsors, donors, attendees and guests, we raised more than $15,000 for our Los Angeles-based Hollygrove programs!
New Professional Parent Cottage Ribbon Cutting
The Bay Area Region unveiled its newly remodeled professional parent home with a virtual ribbon cutting. This cottage is located on our Los Gatos campus and provides free housing for professional parents who might otherwise not have the space to care for a high-risk child or teen in foster care, or the resources and support that come with being next door to our offices.
Camp Hollygrove Kicks off With Olympics Week
Camp Hollygrove, based at our Hollygrove campus in Los Angeles, turns summertime into an opportunity to help children and teens replace the trauma in their life with new, meaningful memories. Each week carries a new theme, and after a two-year hiatus, the team was excited to bring back an employee and camper favorite to kick off the summer: Olympics Week!
Pacific Clinics Supports Sacramento Pride
Last month, Pacific Clinics’ Foster Care & Adoptions team, one of 10 agencies in California with the highest recognition from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation for our LGBTQ+ inclusion efforts, attended Sacramento Pride to bring awareness about Pacific Clinics' services, while honoring culture, diversity and inclusion.
Mindfulness Program Helped Kathi Find Wellness
Kathi connected with Pacific Clinics to help with her anxiety and suicidal ideation. Working with her therapist through our mindfulness program funded by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, now known as Yaamava' Resort & Casino at San Manuel, helped her find wellness.
July Promotes BIPOC Mental Health
July is Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Month and was established in 2008 to improve access to mental health services and promote awareness of mental health challenges among Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
Upcoming Events & Speaking Engagements
Our team of experts regularly speak at conferences and events to collaborate, share information and advocate for the individuals we serve:

Pacific Clinics in the News
Our ongoing efforts to deliver high-quality mental health services and supports continue to receive positive media coverage:

  • Mountain View Voice covered Pacific Clinics' new TRUST program, which will bring much-needed mobile mental health crisis services to north Santa Clara County. 
  • San José Spotlight quotes Clinical Director Karen Meagher as she speaks to the launch of 988, a nationwide mental health crisis hotline, and how it is beneficial to Santa Clara County residents.
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