Pacific Clinics is California's largest community-based nonprofit provider of behavioral and mental health services and supports. Our team of more than 2,000 employees speak 22 languages and are dedicated to offering hope and unlocking the full potential of individuals and families through culturally responsive, trauma-informed, research-based services for individuals and families from birth to older adults.
Who We Serve
Pacific Clinics serves children, transitional age youth, families, adults, and older adults. We offer a full range of mental and behavioral health services, foster care and social services, housing, continuing adult education and early childhood education programs to Medi-Cal eligible individuals and families throughout Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kings, Los Angeles, Madera, Orange, Placer, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus, Stockton, Tulare and Ventura Counties.
Uplift Family Services seeks a BE/BC California-licensed Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist (CAP)to work 20 hours per week in a new integrated health program in Martinez, CA. At least 8 hours per week must be in-person; up to 12 hours per week may be provided via telehealth. (Due to the COVID-19 crisis, all services may initially be remote.) Duties include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, consultation to primary care provider, and collaboration with clinicians providing psychosocial services. The integration of specialty mental health services in this established healthcare clinic is new, offering the CAP opportunities to build consultative relationships, teach, and contribute to program development with sponsorship from the agency’s Medical Director (also a CAP). The CAP must be available to staff 24/7 by phone for urgent medication-related situations.
If you or someone you know may be interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact Chris Eggleston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pacific Clinics is California’s largest nonprofit provider of mental health and substance use services. Our dedicated team of 2,000 employees offer hope to over 25,000 Californians and thousands of family members each year, focused on delivering services within underserved communities. We support the unique needs of our local communities with the care, compassion and commitment that has guided our organization for over 150 years – regardless of ability to pay.