We believe that we are stronger together, and that everyone should have access to culturally tailored care. If you or anyone you know needs support, our trained staff members are multilingual in languages such as Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Urdu, Dari, and Farsi. For other languages, we bring in trained community interpreters or utilize phone interpretation so that you can receive the best care in the language you are most comfortable.
Make an appointment today to meet with one of our case managers to get connected to resources and services. We offer individual and family counseling, legal consultation and representation, general navigation services, yoga and body work for survivors, and warm referrals to trusted agencies to qualified individuals. All of our services offered in-house are provided free of charge. Although our services are open to everyone, our offerings are tailored to those who identify as Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian (APINH).Read More
Our programs help to further our mission and are led by those most impacted by the work. We invest in leadership programs for youth, parents and child caregivers, and victims and survivors of violence; engage in year-round civic engagement work that increases representation of APINH immigrant, refugee, and American citizen voices; provide financial education workshops; and provide a monthly gathering for young women, gender non-conforming, and non-binary folks identifying as APINH through Tea Talks.Read More