Greetings, For the holidays, please consider making a donation to Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS). Our nonprofit is dedicated to healing people through counseling and caring. Below is a situation in which PACS was able to help a family affected by mental health. Mr. L had a six year history of hearing voices, paranoia, and …
We provide FREE parenting classes on Saturdays in English and Spanish starting October 2017! During that time, we have childcare services for children ages 3+. Come improve your parenting skills and strengthen your relationship with your child.
PACS will hold its premiere screening of “Spiritual Healing Traditions” on Tuesday, August 29th at Long Beach City College. Tickets are now on sale for the screening and reception. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation. Tickets can be purchased for $25 per person. REGISTER NOW to reserve your spot PURCHASE TICKETS …
Plate by Plate’s Annual Tasting Benefit in Los Angeles is happening in less than 50 days! There is still time to purchase tickets to their 20th year anniversary!
“Next to Normal is a work of muscular grace and power. It is much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical.” – The New York Times “The best musical of the season — by a mile. It’ll pin you to your seat.” – Rolling Stone One of the most powerful stage experiences …
Congratulations to the winners of the Happy Baby Contest for our 2017 PACS Happy Baby Calendar! We hope the calendar will inspire parents to raise happy, healthy babies.
Strengthening relationships between adults and kids promote healthy social and emotional development. On May 7th, 2016, in celebration of National Children’s Mental Health Day, Project ABC will co-host the “Little Builders Discovery Carnival” – a community event designed for caregivers, care providers, family and community members working with parenting children 0-5 years old.
PACS supporters donated funds during the 2015 holiday season, so 97 families received a gift card due to their generosity.
Today the SAMHSA-funded group has launched its PSA, “Toddlers Know What They Want” for families with children 12-24 months.