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ChapCare has delivered high-quality primary healthcare services to the underserved communities of the San Gabriel Valley for more than 24 years. ChapCare provides medical and dental care, behavioral health counseling, and access to specialty care services from 8 health center locations in the San Gabriel Valley.

ChapCare is the only Federally Qualified Health Center in the northwest corridor of the San Gabriel Valley. ChapCare provides 90,000 primary health care visits annually to over 16,000 patients.

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Pasadena, CA

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Year after year, Pasadena ranks amongst the Top 100 Livable Cities in America.

Pasadena is a vibrant city located at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains and central to the Los Angeles metropolitan area. With a nationally recognized quality of life, it's no wonder that Pasadena is home to some of the most successful companies in the world, as well as best-in-class education institutions like the ArtCenter College of Design and Caltech, to name a few.

An authentic and walkable city, the amenities in Pasadena speak for themselves.

SHOPPING

Pasadena is a regional shopping destination with offerings to satisfy everything from your day-to-day needs to the unexpected and unique.  Described as the "shining jewel of Southern California" by the New York Times, Pasadena also has luxury, if that's your cup of tea. Pasadena's retail mix is well served by consumers of all types as demonstrated by its demographics and psychographic profiles.

DINING

Serving cuisines from all corners of the world, Pasadena offers more restaurants per capita than New York City, according to the LA Times. Diners can choose from a broad range of cuisines served in a variety of environments ranging from outdoor cafes and burger joints to elegant trattorias and fine dining rooms. Recent years have seen an influx of up & coming eateries make their way to Pasadena rivaling the downtown LA food scene. For the after-work crowd, Pasadena's downtown comes alive with no shortage of happy hour, music and nightlife options.

MUSEUMS AND CULTURE

With five major museums, Pasadena has more museums per capita than nearly any U.S. city, according to Sunset Magazine. Some of the most distinguished art collections are housed in the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena Museum of California Art, and USC Pacific Asia Museum, not to mention the nearby Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens.

Pasadena boasts several performing arts venues and organizations.  The Pasadena Playhouse, the Official State Theatre of California, features Tony & Pulitzer award-winning plays and music lovers have not one, but two, orchestras to choose from, to name a few.

TRANSPORTATION

Pasadena is centrally located within the LA Metropolitan area and just ten miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. Connected to all of Southern California, not only via the 210, 134, and 110 freeways, but also the Metro Gold Line which provides linkages to Santa Monica, the South Bay, and Hollywood.  Serviced by several area airports, traveling to and from Pasadena has several options.

Within downtown Pasadena, you'll find a walker and biker's paradise, with walk & bike scores in the top 5% of the nation. Getting around should always be this easy.

THE OUTDOORS

With over 300 days of sunshine, Pasadena boasts the perfect weather for enjoying the outdoors, even in the winter months. In Pasadena, outdoor enthusiasts have miles upon miles of hiking trails to choose from, a 3.1-mile recreation loop made for fitness, equestrian trails, an archery range and casting pond, and over 24 city parks, with more on the way.

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