Cambodian (Khmer) PSA

For questions or concerns,
Phone: (562) 376-5473
Funding provided by the CARES Act

How to Prevent Covid

COVID19 is on the rise again in Los Angeles County. Cases are increasing every day just in time for the flu season. Now it's important to keep practicing CDC recommended. Social distancing and hygiene guidelines, but it's also just as important to get a flu shot. Consult your doctor to see if you quality for a flu shot and help protect our families, friends, and the Cambodian-American community. Contact Richer San at or 562-378-3974

We don’t want anythings happened to Grandma. យេីងកុំឱ្យានអ្វីកេីតឡេីងដល់យាយ!
L.A. County has asked residents to stay at home in order to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This is an important message for our Cambodian-American community.
Welcome to our ongoing series I discussion with Dr. Tan Song about Covid-19 in the Cambodian Community. It is our goal to provide the Cambodian-American Community with the most up-to-date information available so that we can protect ourselves, our families and our community. As you may be aware, COVID-19 has impacted immigrant communities, including the Cambodian Community and the only way to slow the spread of this disease is to be well informed about how the disease spreads and how to protect ourselves.

Portraits of Vulnerable  មានតែអស់លោកអ្នកទេដែលអាចការពារយើងអោយមានសុវត្ថិភាព សូមរក្សាគ្រួសាររបស់អស់លោកអ្នកអោយមានសុវត្ថិភាព និងរក្សាសហគមន៏ខ្មែរយើងអោយមានសុវត្ថិភាព និង សុខមាលភាព។ Only you can keep us safe, keep your family safe and keep our Cambodian communities safe and healthy.

Learn How COVD-19 Spreads. It's important that we understand how the virus works so we can prevent catching it. We need to keep ourselves, our families and our communities safe.
The latest Cambodian Community Outreach Talk Show meets with a Cambodian-American family who was infected with COVID-19 and talks to Dr. Seang Seng about the virus and misconceptions about Khmer traditional medicines.
A New Year's Message from Pacific Counseling Services.
Meet some of the first Cambodian-American doctors to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and learn about their opinions regarding the safety and urgency of this vaccine.
Not sure how to throw a party on NYE!? Sithea San is here to show you how it's done, the safe way! Please join us for our virtual party instruction guide! Don't forget the champagne!
Let's save lives together. Cambodian Community Outreach Talk Show meets with community leaders and Cambodian-American doctor Christina Lee to discuss resources and assistance available for businesses and residents; and Telehealth.
The latest Cambodian Community Outreach Talk Show meets with Cambodian-American ICU doctors Chamroeun Heng and Kosal Seng to discuss what it's like to deal with COVID-19 patients in the hospital.

Filipino (Tagalog) PSA

For questions or concerns,
Phone: (562) 418-6161
Funding provided by the CARES Act
Tumataas lalo ang coronavirus cases sa Amerika. Cases of coronavirus are surging in America. Kaya importanteng manatiling nasa bahay, lalo na ang ating mga senior citizen at high risk community members. This is why it's important for all of us to stay at home, especially our senior citizens and at risk community members Wag kalimutan mag suot ng face covering. Don't forget to wear your face coverings. At wag muna mag imbita ng mga bisita, lalo na ngayong pandemia. And don't invite guests over, especially in this pandemic. Magpadala nalang ng mga regalo sa inyong minamahal? Why not send gifts and packages to the ones you love instead? At gamitin ang video call para mag-celebrate at bumati sa inyong mga kamaganak at kapamilya at mga kaibigan sa buong mundo. Use video call to celebrate and greet your relatives and family or friends all over the world. Pangalagan ang ating mahal sa buhay. Take care of the ones we love in life. Mga Pilipino, mag-celebrate respondsibly this Holiday season. Pilipinos, please celebrate respondsibly this Holiday season. Stay at home, save lives. For more information about COVID19 in FIlipino, contact Christina Rosel at or 1-562-418-6161.
Annie Nepomuceno, Singer, Producer and Current President for the Filipino American Chamber of Greater LA shares how she has been coping during the pandemic, particularly as a cancer survivor, diabetic and hypertension to Giselle Tongi-Walters, who leads the conversation on behalf of the Pacific Asian Counseling Center. For more information on Covid19 in Filipino, contact Christina Rosel in the LA County through email : or call 562-418-6161.

Don't be "Pasaway" when it comes to COVID19 with Tita Che! |
Everyone's favorite Tita, Tita Che reminds everyone to stay home this holiday season.
This Filipino American Life Podcasters discuss the importance of Staying Home this Thanksgiving Season TFAL, Explores the nuanced experiences of the Filipino in the United States. Hosts Joe Bernardo, Ryan Carpio, Elaine Dolalas and Michael Nialat share a short podcast about the importance of staying home this Thanksgiving to keep Filipino Americans safe from COVID19. For more info in FIlipino , please email Christina Rosel

Giselle Tongi- Walters on behalf of the Pacific Asian Counseling Services speaks to Rhandy Torres, a respiratory therapist in the Filipino American community, who resided in Los Angeles. Torres talks about the challenges of the coronavirus related to his work and how staying at home at this time is highly recommended.
Here are some alarming statistics of COVID-19 deaths within the Filipino community. Be vigilant and follow recommended CDC guidelines. Reach out to the Pacific Asian Counseling Services for more info. For questions or concerns, Email: Phone: (562) 418-6161

Meet the Arciaga family. Joe and Roselyn are both registered nurses. Their eldest daughter , Selyna gave birth to Hope during this pandemic and they all as a family have all had to make sacrifices during this time. With the new stay at home orders, please stay safe and stay home. Contact the Pacific Asian Counseling Center for more information in Filipino.

Dr. Catipon earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Orange, CA. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica in Santa Monica, CA, and she is an active leader in the Asian American Psychological Association. Dr. Catipon has extensive clinical experience as an integrative generalist from her many years working in university counseling centers and private practice settings throughout Southern California. Dr. Catipon believes that personal growth and healing can be made possible through a supportive and trusting therapeutic relationship and in a safe and non-judgmental environment. It is her intention to listen from the heart and understand her clients on multiple levels, including culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and age. She is a firm believer that you are the expert of your own life, and she works with a collaborative treatment approach that integrates your inner wisdom and her professional knowledge and experience to help you create a life that is rich and meaningful. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, playing the piano, watching movies, and spending quiet time in nature.
Tita Che