April Newsletter
Thank you for reading the Pacific Clinics monthly newsletter which shares news about our agency and the communities we serve.
It's official! Pacific Clinics and Uplift Family Services are better together.

Pacific Clinics and Uplift Family Services, two of California’s leading behavioral health care providers, have come together as Pacific Clinics. This merger will enable us to innovate our programs and strengthen our services as we realize our combined potential to impact many more lives.
Lunch & Learn
April 20, 2022 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Pacific Clinics invites you to a free virtual Lunch & Learn on Wednesday, April 20 to learn more about our wellness and recovery supports programs for adults. Corporate Director of Community Integration Services Herman Corteza and Clinical Director Audrey Read Brown will lead an engaging discussion and answer participant questions.
Bay Area Hearts & Hands Luncheon
April 22, 2022 | 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Please join us on Friday, April 22 to support our life-changing Bay Area programs, including Addiction Prevention Services, Foster Care & Adoptions, Specialty Applied Behavioral Analysis services for children on the autism spectrum, our Crisis Stabilization services and our "Whatever It Takes" fund, which helps with emergency requests for basic needs such as food, blankets, clothing, diapers, and school and hygiene supplies.
The Solano County Mobile Crisis Response Program Expands
Pacific Clinics is pleased to announce the expansion of our free Mobile Crisis Response Program in Solano County to the cities of Vacaville, Rio Vista, Dixon and unincorporated parts of the county. The program operates in partnership with local police departments to de-escalate crisis situations, link people to necessary services and support in coordination with appropriate agencies. 
The Oaks School Raises $4,200 for Hollygrove Programs
The Oaks School, along with event co-chairs Alecia Burkett and Sabrina Moran, hosted an outdoor movie night on our Hollygrove campus in Los Angeles. The fundraiser raised more than $4,200 for our privately-funded services that enhance community wellness in Los Angeles

If you are interested in hosting a birthday celebration, movie night or garden party on the Hollygrove campus, please contact Director of Fund Development Alison Raitt.
Highlighting Our Social Workers
We are honored to celebrate a few of our employees, including Chief Operations Officer Shawn Caracoza, as well as some of the incredible pioneer social workers throughout history.
Lionhearted: Trauma-Informed Together
The new Pacific Clinics takes its first steps toward becoming a single trauma-informed agency. But what does it mean to be a trauma-informed agency? It means seeing people through a lens of empathy and respect, as well as having awareness and understanding of personal stress and resilience.
Pacific Clinics in the News
Our ongoing efforts to deliver high-quality mental health services and supports continue to receive positive media coverage:

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