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Dignity Health TrinityCare Extended Care

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TrinityCare’s mission is to enhance the well being of our clients and their families by partnering with them to provide high quality and affordable home care services. Guided by the values of our parent organization, Dignity Health, we provide care with compassion, dignity and respect.

TrinityCare’s comprehensive staff of clinicians provides services throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Our wide range of services enable us to meet the individual needs of our clients in the comfort of their own homes or residential settings.

At TrinityCare, we firmly believe that an excellent clinical and caregiver staff is the foundation of quality care. Each employee undergoes a rigorous screening process, including references, drug tests, and background checks. Our employees are bonded, insured, and closely supervised. TrinityCare supports the continued growth of our clinical and caregiver team through regular feedback, evaluations, and professional development.

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Leisure Glen Post Acute Care Center

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At Leisure Glen Post Acute Care Center, we deeply care for those in our community and those who are in need. You could think of our center as a community within our community — one that’s focused on care and healing. When patients come to our facility, we work directly with them to get our patients rehabilitated as quickly as possible with loving care. Friendships are often started in our care center. Some people who have been in our care sometimes come back, simply to say hello to staff and other patients. We are proud of this because happiness and health go hand in hand.

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Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley

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Since 1933, Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley (PPPSGV) has ensured broad public access to reproductive health care and family planning through medical services, education, and advocacy.

As a safety-net provider for 24 communities in the San Gabriel Valley, Planned Parenthood provides birth control, life-saving cancer screenings, STD testing and treatment, screenings for common health conditions, annual exams, vaccines, education and more. All services are offered at low-to-no cost to individuals and families, whether they have insurance or not. Our service area extends east to west from Glendora to Glendale, and north to south from the San Gabriel Mountains to the San Bernardino Freeway.

Health Centers

  • Eagle Rock Health Center, 1578 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041
  • Alhambra Health Center, 320 S. Garfield Ave. #126, Alhambra, CA 91801
  • Pasadena Health Center, 1045 Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA 91104
  • Glendora Health Center, 130 W Rte 66 #100, Glendora, CA 91740

To schedule an appointment at any of our health centers call: 626.798.0706

To schedule an appointment online go to www.pppsgv.org


Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley’s education programs offer medically accurate and age appropriate sexuality education so that individuals have the information and skills needed to make safer and healthier decisions for themselves and their loved ones. Every workshop is uniquely designed to fit the needs of the diverse communities throughout Glendale and the San Gabriel Valley. The curricula provide interactive exercises and activities that discuss sexuality in a positive, safe, and creative environment. These sessions move beyond the topics of sexually transmitted infections and birth control to address the complex issues associated with sex, sexuality, relationships, communication, and responsible decision-making.

PPPSGV Education works with all members of the community—from middle and high school- aged youth, to transitional and foster youth, youth serving professionals, parents/guardians, foster parents, community based organizations, and more! To schedule an education session or receive more information about our education services, please contact our Community Education and Outreach Manager, Sandra Abarca at sabarca@pppsgv.org or call 626.794.5737 ext 144.

Advocacy & Volunteering with PPPSGV

Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley engages in strategic advocacy to ensure access to healthcare for all. For more information or to get involved, contact Rachael Rose-Stern at x111. PPPSGV also offers numerous internships and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. For further inquiry, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, Cammie Bo, at volunteer@pppsgv.org

To receive other news and information about Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley, email info@pppsgv.org.

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All For Health (AFH)

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All For Health, Health For All (AFH) is a non-profit community clinic located in Glendale, California. More than 31% of AFH’s primary service area is located within a federally designated Medically Underserved Area (MUA) , while nearly 60% of AFH’s patients live in an MUA. Access is assured for all patients regardless of ability to pay. In 2003, AFH served 5,869 unduplicated users through 18,780 encounters.

The United Way 2003 State of the County Report indicates that almost 32.6% of Los Angeles Service Planning Area (SPA) 2, in which AFH is located, shows residents living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL), with those communities from which patients hail, having even higher rates at 36% for Glendale and 48.7% for North Hollywood. The portion of adjacent SPA 4, which also encompasses a portion of AFH’s service area, has 54.8% of its residents living at or below this standard. Public assistance recipients number more than 250,000 in each of the SPAs. Their poverty status has been compounded in recent years by escalating rents, which have increased by an estimated 32% in the past two years.

In addition to the area’s high rate of poverty, it is also ethnically diverse. According to the 2000 Census, the largest minority group in AFH’s service area is Latinos, at 20.7%, followed by Asian and Pacific Islanders, at 14.6%, other (two or more) races at 7.6%, and African Americans at 1.5%. What is not easily reflected in this census data is the high numbers of Armenian and Russian immigrants, most of who do not speak English, and who lack health insurance and access to culturally competent care. A telling statistic is that eight percent of the people in AFH’s service area, who do not speak English well, speak an Indo-European language other than Spanish (Census 2000). This is much higher than the percentage of Indo-European speakers throughout Los Angeles County, which is less than one percent. An estimated 500,000 Armenians live today in Los Angeles and surrounding counties. Among issues that confront health care providers are the Armenian immigrant’s understanding of American values and their trust of helping resources. Having lived under the Soviet regime, patients often are suspect of everyone other than fellow Armenians. “If the name doesn’t end with ‘ian’,” states Dr. Joseph Dadourian, a clinical psychologist and mental health consultant to a local Glendale High School, “there is immediate distrust.” Consequently, their utilization of community-based health services outside of the Armenian community is low.

According to the Census 2000, in the AFH service area, 112,015 individuals, or 33.9% of the population, is below 200%of the FPL. Nearly one-half of residents—49,637—or 15% of the population, are below 100%. Educational attainment in many portions of the area is low; more than 20%of the area’s residents do not have a high school diploma, including nearly 10% with less than a ninth grade education.

An estimated 95% of AFH’s patients are living at or below 200% of the FPL. Only five percent of the patient population is able to pay for the services they receive. An estimated 20%qualifies for Medi-Cal, 15% qualifies for the Medicare Program, and 60% are uninsured. The majority (at least 60%) of the clinic population is comprised of first-generation Armenians and Russians; Latinos comprise approximately 20%African-Americans represent about five percent and Asian Pacific Islanders and whites represent approximately 15%. The vast majority of patients are unemployed (approximately 90%), and 95% depend on some form of public assistance. The median household income of clinic patients is $700 each month, and the median age is 57 years, with 40% more than 65 years of age.

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Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

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With 70 years of experience, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services transforms lives by providing quality mental health care and substance abuse services in communities where stigma or poverty limit access. From 11 locations and 90 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Didi Hirsch helps more than 74,000 children and adults each year, offering services that range from community education to outpatient care to residential treatment. Its Suicide Prevention Center was the first in the nation.

Mission Statement

Didi Hirsch transforms lives by providing quality mental health and substance abuse services in communities where stigma or poverty limit access.

Vision Statement

We offer services at our centers and in neighborhood settings that are welcoming, culturally respectful and responsive to

underserved communities.

We provide a continuum of prevention, early intervention and treatment services for individuals, families and the community.

We partner with clients, families and community groups to set goals, identify priorities and evaluate results.

We train staff and future professionals to use state-of-the-art principles in a culture of learning and team excellence.

We produce measurable clinical and fiscal outcomes, seek opportunities for growth, and evolve as needs change to ensure our long-term viability and value.

We are dedicated to erasing the stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and addiction and advocating for access to care.

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Comprehensive Community Health Centers

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CCHC is headquartered at 801 South Chevy Chase Dr, Suite 20, Glendale CA 91205. CCHC operates four clinics in Glendale at 801 South Chevy Chase Drive in Suite 250, Highland Park at 5059 York Blvd, Eagle Rock at 1704 Colorado Blvd, and North Hollywood at 12157 Victory Blvd. CCHC provides medical, dental, mental health, preventive and educational services for all lifecycles in its communities’ languages. Providing over 100,000 visits to over 35,000 patients, CCHC is among the top ten Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Los Angeles County.

CCHC offers a full range of services and programs that form a comprehensive primary health care system. Each clinic addresses the corporate-wide goals and objectives for care of infants through seniors. CCHC’s methodology for primary care intervention is three-pronged: 1) preventing the start of illness with services such as immunization and health education, 2) controlling acute episodic illnesses with timely access to care, and 3) managing chronic diseases. In addition, CCHC’s model of care focuses on removing barriers to care by decreasing wait-time, expanding hours of operation, ensuring culturally and linguistically competent health care providers, and providing care regardless of ability to pay.

Mission Statement

The mission of CCHC is to ensure the health and wellness of each individual so they may reach their fullest human potential within a caring environment.

Vision Statement

It achieves this mission through its vision of:

  • Providing a medical home of sensitivity, respect and trust.
  • Providing everyone with accessible, high-quality health and wellness services.
  • Serving the vulnerable, the fragile, and those with special problems.
  • Evolving to meet the health and wellness needs of the community.
  • Using the best medical practice standards providing a continuum of care for all.
  • Collaborating with others to advance the well-being of everyone.
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Verdugo Hills Medical Associates

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Verdugo Hills Medical Associates, founded by Dr. Richard A. Foullon, has been serving the Glendale and surrounding tri-city area since February, 1984. Originally opened to evaluate and treat only urgent, episodic illness and injury, we have grown into a diversified medical practice providing not only urgent care, but occupational care, physical therapy, and primary care as well. Our practice is well known throughout both the lay and medical communities as providing not only the highest in quality medical care, but treating each and every patient as if “they were family”.

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USC Verdugo Hills Hospital

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USC Verdugo Hills Hospital began as Behrens Memorial Hospital, which was established in 1947. Instead of attempting to expand the Behrens facility, a new hospital was built on the hilltop land donated by the Greene family. In 1972, our hospital was created as Verdugo Hills Hospital and was an independent, 158-bed acute care hospital serving patients in the cities of Glendale and La Cañada Flintridge, as well as the surrounding Foothill communities of Southern California for more than 40 years.

In 2013, Verdugo Hills Hospital partnered with the University of Southern California (USC), creating USC Verdugo Hills Hospital. USC Verdugo Hills became part of Keck Medicine of USC, which includes the Keck Medical Center of USC and Keck School of Medicine of USC. All are part of USC, one of the world’s leading private research universities.

Mission Statement

To provide personalized, high-quality healthcare relevant to our patient community.

Vision Statement

To differentiate our Hospital by excellent clinical outcomes and superb customer service.

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Glendale Healthy Kids

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In 1993, the Glendale Memorial Hospital Foundation formed a committee to determine the health needs of underprovided children in the community. A needs assessment revealed that uninsured children of the working poor were particularly limited in their ability to receive preventative care. Local emergency rooms and school nurses were providing primary care to the children who had no other access to physicians, dentists or specialists. As a result, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, Verdugo Hills Hospital, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Glendale Unified School District, and the City of Glendale joined together and formed Glendale Healthy Kids.

Mission Statement

To provide affordable or no cost quality healthcare to children who have no access to insurance or are under-insured. Glendale Healthy Kids ensures that children have access to health care and health education.

Vision Statement

A community in which every child has optimal health.

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American Red Cross

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The American Red Cross Glendale-Crescenta Valley Chapter serves Glendale, La Crescenta, Montrose, and the surrounding communities. The Chapter was chartered on August 7, 1917.

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that…

…all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope;

…our communities are ready and prepared for disasters;

…everyone in our country has access to safe, lifesaving blood and blood products;

…all members of our armed services and their families find support and comfort whenever needed; and

…in an emergency, there are always trained individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.

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Glendale Memorial Hospital and Medical Center

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For more than 85 years, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center has been serving the medical needs of the greater Glendale/Burbank area. Over those years, Glendale Memorial has grown and flourished, adding new technology and services. One overriding principle has always remained consistent – a commitment to the highest standards of care!

For over eighty five years, Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center has grown along with the community and has evolved into one of the region’s premier healthcare providers. On January 13, 1926, Glendale Memorial opened as Physicians and Surgeons Hospital, thanks to six Glendale community members who had a vision to expand healthcare services to the residents of south Glendale. On October 11, 1938, the hospital became incorporated as a non-profit institution. Opening originally with forty-seven beds, the hospital expanded to 110 beds in 1942.

During and after World War II the hospital served a rapidly growing community, including Glendale, the Crescenta-Canada Valley, Burbank, and the eastern end of the San Fernando Valley corridor. In 1957 the hospital expanded to 220 beds, and an intensive care unit was added in 1958.

The Physicians and Surgeons Hospital, which changed its name to Memorial Hospital of Glendale in the 1950s, had grown from its original forty-seven beds to 310 in 1972. The hospital is now an impressive 334-bed facility, expanding over three city blocks. Glendale Memorial Hospital offers primary service lines in heart, cancer, spine and women’s health.

Mission Statement

Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center strives to ensure that our mission is always carried out: With caring and compassion, we will improve the health and quality of life of the people we serve.

Dignity Health and our Sponsoring Congregations are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to:

  • Deliver compassionate, high quality, affordable health services
  • Provide direct services to the poor and advocate on their behalf
  • Create partnerships that improve community health.

Vision Statement

A growing and diversified health care ministry distinguished by excellent quality and committed to expanding access to those in need.

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Glendale Adventist Medical Center

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Helping to keep Glendale healthy has been our focus since we were first opened by the Seventh-day Adventist Church as Glendale Sanitarium in 1905. Today, we are part of Adventist Health—a health system that includes 19 hospitals and a number of other health care organizations in California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii.

Mission Statement

Healing and servanthood are honorable attributes for which to strive. Yet they are lofty ideals unless there is a commitment and program for placing them into action and sustaining them on a day-to-day basis. Glendale Adventist Medical Center works diligently to infuse our daily activities with the hospital’s mission to provide compassionate, professional health care services for the whole person – body, mind and spirit.Our mission, and that of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, has been to improve the health of the communities we serve. We also want to spread the word about the link between health and lifestyle decisions.

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Family Medicine Center

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Family Medicine Center (FMC) is a family centered medical office and a NCQA certified Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). As your medical home, we are committed to: • Organizing your care • Giving you the most up to date treatment • Helping you manage your health and health care needs • Offering a wide range of services so you can receive compassionate and comprehensive care Our doctors have served the healthcare needs of our community for nearly 30 years.

Mission Statement

The mission of FMC is to provide high quality, cost effective, family centered medical care and psychological referral services to patients in the Greater Glendale area through a combined resident and faculty practice.

Vision Statement

Family Medicine Center’s vision is to be a recognized leader in providing high quality, cost effective medical care to the Glendale community. We will earn recognition, trust and respect from patients and colleagues through continuous improvement driven by integrity, teamwork, and innovation of staff and physicians.

Oakpark Healthcare Center

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Oak Park Healthcare Center (Formerly Oakview Convalescent Hospital), a 49-bed medical facility located in the rural countryside of Tujunga, augments the beauty of its setting by implementing excellent & friendly service. Mountains and canyons form a promontory on which Oakpark Healthcare Center is situated, our facility takes advantage of the surrounding natural habitat and transforms it into restful living for residents. Oakpark is a 24 hour skilled nursing and a rehabilitation facility and our goal is to provide quality patient care to all our residents. Our flexible family visitation and flexible therapy schedules highlights how much we value our residents. We provide nursing services and additional services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy to help patients recover from their ailments so that they can eventually return home. Oakpark Healthcare Center is the logical choice for patients requiring short nursing home stay after surgery or hospitalization and we accept admissions 24/7. At Oakpark Healthcare Center, we believe that staff and the administration is the key to a quality care in a nursing home stay. Our staff’s long tenures reflect job satisfaction and they build good rapport with our short stay & long-term residents. Whenever and whatever the needs in nursing home care may be, Oak Park Healthcare Center provides for each with professional quality by years of high standards in hospital management, performance and resident care. Our resident’s rooms (Private, two and three bedrooms) look out on beautifully landscaped patios, gardens and arbors, where colorful flowers and foliage thrive. Resident rooms features cable and telephone service and handicap accessible bathrooms. Other facility features also include therapy room, in house beauty salon and barbershop.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the best quality care to our present and future residents by implementing excellent & friendly service.

Vision Statement

Oak Park Healthcare is a medical facility that offers 24 hour skilled nursing care and rehabilitative services. Our mission is to provide the best quality care to our present and future residents by implementing excellent & friendly service and we take pride of the natural habitat that provides tranquil setting to our residents. Consistent to our belief on patient care first, we provide programs with professional quality by years of high standards in hospital management, performance and resident care. Through the contribution of all employees, we will assure total quality performance that will make us the logical choice for 24-hour skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services after surgery or hospitalization.

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Ark Family Center, Inc.

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Ark Family Center, Inc. was incorporated in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Glendale, California. We provide programs that assist youth and adults to develop Emotional Intelligence, which leads them to live their life with intention and choice. By increasing their emotional intelligence, participants are able to create lives based on making healthy choices, and are able to free themselves from unhealthy behaviors and past trauma, which may have been passed down from generation to generation. or the past decade, Ark Family Center has provided the people of Los Angeles County with counseling, coaching, and workshops that help our participants and clients to increase their emotional intelligence and thereby make better choices in their lives. The core workshop we offer is called Create Freedom and Awareness (CFA) (see below for more info) , a six week training designed to increase the emotional intelligence of participants.

Mission Statement

The Ark Family Center’s mission is to provide innovative tools for youth to excel, and assist women who have experienced*trauma. *(Woman Veterans and domestic Violence survivors)

Vision Statement

The vision of Ark Family Center, Inc. is to be the place youth and adults choose to go to in order to receive training and coaching when they want to make positive changes in their lives.

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Verdugo Home Health

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Verdugo Home Health is a multilingual home health agency. Verdugo Home Health provide innovative, quality home care and services, rehabilitation and support services. Verdugo Home Health is a professional organization consisting of highly qualified professionals, Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Medical Social Workers and Home Health Aides.

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Verdugo Hospice Care Center

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Verdugo Hospice Care Center mission is to provide the terminally ill patient and their loved ones with the support and care they require to live their lives comfortably. The Verdugo Hospice Care Center team strives to enable the patient and family to maintain dignity and quality of life.