May Newsletter
Thank you for reading the Pacific Clinics monthly newsletter, which shares news about our agency and the communities we serve.
Pacific Clinics and Uplift Family Services merged to make a even greater impact.
Learn how our 2,000 employees provide culturally-responsive services in 22 languages for people of all ages across California.
Mental Health Awareness Month Message from WNBA All-Star Chamique Holdsclaw
Pacific Clinics’ Champion of Mental Health, 6-time WNBA All-Star, Olympic Gold Medalist, 3-time NCAA Champion, Member of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, mental health advocate, podcaster and author Chamique Holdsclaw reminds us of the importance of mental health and to reach out for help in your journey, just like she did.
Reality Show "Legends of Low Code" Features Pacific Clinics
"Legends of Low Code," a Salesforce+ reality show, invited Senior Vice President of Strategy, Innovation and Growth Eleanor Castillo-Sumi to be a judge as three teams of technical experts worked to develop technology that will streamline Pacific Clinics' intake process and increase access to services.
Los Angeles Spring Movie Night Under the Stars
Friday, May 13 | 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Grab your friends, family, blankets and pillows and join us for an showing of "Encanto," outdoors at our Hollygrove campus. Every dollar raised will benefit our privately-funded Hollygrove programs.

For more information or to donate an item for the raffle, please contact Director of Fund Development Alison Raitt.
Bay Area Hearts & Hands Luncheon a Great Success
Thanks to the incredible support and generosity of Pacific Clinics' sponsors, donors, event attendees and guests, we raised nearly $444,000 and counting at this year's Hearts & Hands Luncheon!
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Our team of experts regularly speak at conferences 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:

  • The Daily Republic covered the expansion of our free Mobile Crisis Response Program in partnership with Solano County.

  • NBC Bay Area promoted the Hearts & Hands Luncheon and the impact of Pacific Clinics' work.
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