Pacific Asian Counseling Services

Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) provides quality mental health and social services to families and individuals in a safe, caring, and confidential manner. The staff is professionally trained and supervised by licensed clinicians. Services are available to all. Depending on staffing, our language capacity usually includes: Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Samoan, Tagalog, Taiwanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Spanish Individual, couple, family and group counseling are offered to assist clients in: Addressing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, etc. Psychiatric consultation and medication support for ongoing clients School related concerns such as disruptive classroom behavior, ADHD, etc. Co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues Trauma recovery Grief and bereavement issues Improving interpersonal communication Bridging the cultural and generational gap in families Conflict resolution Adjusting to situational stress from divorce, job loss, relocation, etc. Clients are provided with individualized case management services to assist them in accessing and interfacing with needed resources such as: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) – Assistance to clients and their families who are enrolling or appealing eligibility for SSI benefits. Schools – Assistance to monolingual and limited English speaking parents to communicate with school personnel about their child. Assistance to enroll in low cost insurance programs such as Healthy Famililes and Healthy Kids. Vocational services – Assistance in the preparation for employment, GED and/or post employment services. Linkage to immigration and legal services Provide translation services and interpreters for PACS’ monolingual and limited English speaking clients.
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
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 ,
For questions or concerns,
Email: FilipinoCovid@pacsla.org
Phone: (562) 418-6161
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
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.
For questions or concerns,
Email: FilipinoCovid@pacsla.org
Phone: (562) 418-6161
Funding provided by the CARES Act
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Holidays-COVID 19 had been stressful and isolating for many of us and this holiday season gives us the perfect time to reconnect with family and friends. But unfortunately COVID 19 is worsening and small household gatherings have been contributing to the spread. In order to stop the spread, we have to stay home with our family and if you must gather do it in appropriate ways, such as outside, socially distanced with masks. Remember the best way to spend your holidays is with the people living in your household. And by gathering with family and friends via phone calls or video chats where anything is possible. Contact: 562-376-5473 | E-mail: cambodiancovid@pacsla.org
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
How to Prevent Covid | Contact: 562-376-5473 | E-mail: cambodiancovid@pacsla.org
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Flu and 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: 562-376-5473 | E-mail: cambodiancovid@pacsla.org
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Stopping the Virus, Doesn't Mean Cancelling Traditions
Stay at home, save lives.
For more information about COVID19 in FIlipino, contact Christina Rosel at
FilipinoCovid@pacsla.org or 1-562-418-6161. www.pacsla.org
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
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