The Sepulveda Ambulatory Care Center (SACC), located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, is part of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS). SACC is the major outpatient facility charged with caring for the 1.4 million veterans living in Northern Los Angeles and is a comprehensive ambulatory care, education and research facility. There is also a 120-bed academic nursing home care unit on the campus. The ACC offers a comprehensive array of services that supports the primary care program. These services include a wide spectrum of on-site ambulatory care activities for internal medicine, neurology, and specialty ambulatory surgery services, comprehensive psychiatry and psychology services, including alcohol and substance abuse treatment, dentistry, social services, rehabilitation medicine, audiology, speech pathology, prosthetics services, and an outpatient Spinal Cord Injury Program.
S-VAGLAHS also has a Substance Abuse Treatment and Detoxification Program, Day Treatment and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs, an outpatient Geropsychiatry service, and an inpatient ward at the West Los Angeles Campus of the VAGLAHS.
As a major training center in the San Fernando Valley, the Sepulveda Campus of the VAGLAHS receives trainees from throughout the Los Angeles County area. There are medical students from UCLA Medical School; psychology interns rotating from the University of Southern California, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, and California State University, Northridge; occupational therapist trainees, nursing students, art therapy trainees, social work trainees, and mental health associate trainees from various educational institutions. The Psychiatry Service encourages an interdisciplinary approach among all mental health professionals.