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New Mexico Asian Family Center,
128 Quincy St NE,
Here in New Mexico, Asian American and Pacific Islander adolescents ranked at the bottom when it came to getting the recommended minimum of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity most days of the week. In a community-led process, NANO, a network made up of diverse leaders from the Asian community, revitalized walking trails within the International District to promote the convenience of walking where people live, work and play. A map of these walking trails has become a permanent fixture at Talin market, one of the main international grocery stores in Albuquerque. The result makes staying active easier and, coupled with community education, has improved knowledge about the role of physical activity in prevention conditions like diabetes to over 14,000 Asian Americans in Albuquerque, particularly Asian American Adolescents.
Members for NANO includes the following:
Women’s Global Pathways
Website: www.womensglobalpathways.com; www.irrva.com
Physical Address: PB&J Family Services on San Pablo and Central across from SE Heights Clinic
Our mission is to empower the most marginalized populations of New Mexico including refugee, other immigrant, local low-income women, girls and their families, to attain self-sufficiency through education, economic development, and strengthened life skills, thereby addressing the social, economic, emotional and educational needs of their children. We are a NM not for profit organization and an economic arm of the Immigrant Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque, which has a 501(c)3 status.
New Mexico Chinese Association
New Mexico Chinese Association (NMCA) is a non-profit organization with the purpose of serving all the Chinese immigrant communities in New Mexico. It was founded by Dr. David Hsi in 1973. NMCA holds four cultural events annually to share the Chinese traditions and heritage to all the Chinese immigrants and the community members.
Vietnamese American Association of New Mexico
CỘNG ĐỒNG VIỆT NAM TIỂU BANG NEW MEXICO
Physical Address: 7226 Central Ave SE, Suite G, ABQ, NM 87108
Taiwanese Student Association at UNM (TSA at UNM)
Taiwanese Student Association at UNM is a student club which aims to serve Taiwanese students and visiting scholars studying or working at UNM. TSA at UNM holds monthly social events for all Taiwanese in Albuquerque to get to know each other and also form a communication network.
Community Engagement Center
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Physical Address: 400 Cornell Dr. Suite 255F, MSC06 3715, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
Japan America Society of NM, Inc.
Physical Address: 2935C Louisiana Blvd. NE
Japan America Society of NM, Inc. is about “connections” – between the people of New Mexico and the people of Japan. We support, sponsor and provide educational programs and opportunities to promote understanding about people, culture and communities in Japan and New Mexico. We host and sponsor cultural events for traveling artists and performers of Japanese arts, promote tourism and trade through events, including speakers on relevant topics. We welcome all those who wish to learn, to enjoy, and to experience the culture of Japan. JASNM is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Vietnamese Baptist Church of Albuquerque
Physical Address: 515 Ash St SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
If you live in or plan to visit Albuquerque, New Mexico, we welcome you to our Sunday worship service at 10:30 AM. We believe that salvation can only be found through Jesus Christ and Him alone. That we are saved by grace through faith and not by work. We believe that the Bible is the infallible Word of God. The Bible reveals God’s will and purpose, and His plan of salvation through Jesus Christ to mankind. Only through a clear understanding of the Word of God can we discern His will and purpose for our lives, and that we can conduct a life pleasing to Him. Our greatest hope is in the Redemption of the Lord Jesus Christ through His Death and Resurrection according to the Scriptures. His saving Grace not only bring about a new, changing life but also an eternal life in heaven. Our mission is to share the Love of Jesus and the New Life in Christ to the Vietnamese community in the Albuquerque area.
Van Hanh Temple
Youth Group: GDPT (Gia Dinh Phat Tu) Van Hanh
Website: www.vanhanhabq.com; https://www.facebook.com/vanhanhabq
Physical Address: 327 Georgia ST SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Van Hanh Temple: “Uphold the Dharma, purify body and mind, to encourage young people to be aware of the importance of Buddhism, promote the traditional culture of Vietnam, and be community advocates for peace and compassion for humankind.”
Gia Dinh Phat Tu (GDPT) Van Hanh is a non-profit educational organization. Guided by Buddha’s teaching and with advice from the religious leaders, all the activities of the GDPT focus on assisting youth to practice living in compassion, understanding and harmony. At the same time, to continue maintaining and developing the Vietnamese culture, Vietnamese language classes are integrated into weekly activities of the GDPT. Through subjects such as Buddhist studies, Vietnamese Language, Performance and Art, and outdoor activities like camping, picnics, etc., the GDPT helps building our society by providing the young generations a healthy, physically and spiritually, environment to grow.
Physical Address: PO Box 5687, Albuquerque, NM 87185-5687
To promote diversity and increase coordination among all the departments of the Federal work force so that economic, business, social, and cultural interests of all Asian Pacific Americans working in the State of New Mexico, whether as a civilian or military, are optimized.
New Mexico Department of Health
Physical Address: 1190 St. Francis Drive S 4201, Santa Fe, NM 87505
NMDOH’s mission is to: Promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.