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    Mental Health Resources for the Asian/Pacific Islander Community

    ​Anxiety and Depression Association of America- Asian Americans/ Pacific Islanders

    Organizations that provide support and services to the Asian American/ Pacific Islander Community

    Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA): dedicated to advancing the mental health and wellbeing of Asian American communities through research, professional practice, education, and policy

    Asian American Health Initiative: part of the Montgomery County Dept of Health & Human Services, but they have a lot of general Asian American resources. 

    National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association: mission is to promote the mental health and well being of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. 

    Pan Asian Volunteer Health Clinic at the Chinese Cultural and Community Center (PAVHC/CCACC):  aims to provide basic health care and related services for uninsured low-income people in Montgomery County, especially Asian residents with language difficulties. 

    Asian-American InterCommunity Service: a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and well-being of the communities around us with a preferential focus on the under-served and hard-to-reach population segments.

    Living Well Center of Excellence: a variety of wellness programs offered to promote health and prevent disease across Maryland and the District of Columbia.

    Every Mind​: provides community education, advocacy and direct services which empower children, teens, families, older adults and the entire community to reach optimal mental wellness.