January Newsletter

Thank you for reading the Pacific Clinics newsletter, which shares news about our agency and the communities we serve.

Within 44 hours, three separate mass shooting incidents in California claimed innocent lives. We are mortified by these incidents and the pervasiveness of gun violence in our neighborhoods, state and nation. Over the past week, our workforce has responded swiftly to the immediate needs of the impacted communities.

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Gift Drives in Los Angeles & Bay Area Bring Joy to Thousands This Holiday Season

Each year, Pacific Clinics supporters and employees come together to create an extra special holiday season for thousands of children and families, and this year was no exception, raising more than $124,000 across the state!

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Pacific Clinics Receives $1.3M from the Department of Health Care Services

This important funding will help expand the capacity of our mental health treatment facilities, allowing for alternatives to incarceration, hospitalization, homelessness and institutionalization by better meeting the needs of vulnerable populations in the Inland Empire region who face the greatest barriers to access. 

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New Outpatient Program Combines the Best Aspects of Both Pre-Merger Agencies

The Outpatient Continuum of Care program is the merging of our Family Therapeutic Services and Intensive Outpatient Program. This combined program gives clients and families easy, flexible and consistent access to care without having to be referred to another program or provider as their needs shift over time. 

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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:

  • Los Angeles Times and KTLA 5 spoke with Senior Clinical Director Glenn Masuda, Ph.D about the recent mass shootings in California and how in trying to find answers, people must avoid making generalizations.
  • The Press-Enterprise reported on the impact the recent mass shootings have had on the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, and listed Pacific Clinics and Pacific Clinics' Asian Pacific Family Center as mental health resources.

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Help People Achieve Fuller, Healthier and More Fulfilling Lives

We’re passionate about helping our communities and providing excellent workforce development opportunities to our dedicated employees, while offering competitive salaries and an exceptional benefits package.

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Help a Child or Teen in Foster Care

We are actively recruiting new resource families who can provide a stable, supportive environment for youth in the foster care system so they can succeed in school, at home and in their community.

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