Asian Pacific Islander Coalition Advocating Together

APICAT began organizing as a community coalition in 1997 to address tobacco control issues in the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Starting with a core group of community leaders, the coalition has grown to over 25 partners in the past several years. APICAT addresses tobacco control issues within the AAPI community by supporting culturally appropriate prevention, education, and cessation efforts with adults, youth and families. APICAT is also committed to eliminating health disparities impacting diverse communities.

By |2015-11-19T11:00:46-08:00November 16th, 2015|

Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation

The Asian Pacific Islander Community Leadership Foundation (ACLF) is a community-based, nonprofit organization that trains and supports the leadership of Asian Pacific Islanders (API) with a commitment to social justice, community empowerment and public service. ACLF’s purpose is to provide an environment which fosters the development of individual leadership, community strength, and inter-community unity to promote issues critical to API’s. The key components of our organization include leadership training, political empowerment, community organizing, and mentorship. ACLF is non-partisan and involves any API community interested in participating.

By |2015-11-16T11:51:16-08:00November 21st, 2014|

Asian Counseling Services

Asian Counseling Services Tacoma Mall Office Building 4301 S Pine St., Suite 456 Tacoma, WA 98409 Asian Counseling Services is an ethnic minority mental health clinic primarily for the Asian/Pacific Island refugee and immigrant communities. Asian Counseling Services has provided bilingual services for people from Cambodia, Korea, Vietnam and the Pacific Islands since 1985. Specialized, culturally competent and sensitive services are available for people of all ages: elder, adult, youth and children.

By |2015-11-16T11:07:29-08:00July 11th, 2014|

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)

Founded in 1981, the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is a non-profit professional and educational organization with more than 1,600 members. Since 1985, Seattle’s AAJA chapter has provided scholarships for students, professional development for journalists and service to the community in the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle chapter promotes the association’s three-part mission: To encourage young Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to enter the ranks of journalism. To promote fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. To increase the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists and news managers in the industry. AAJA Seattle’s 100-plus members work throughout Washington state in print, television, radio and online media. [...]

By |2014-10-12T20:32:28-07:00July 11th, 2014|

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County. ACRS is the largest multiservice organization serving all the different Asian Pacific American communities - immigrants, refugees and American born - in the Pacific Northwest.

By |2018-02-28T13:00:05-08:00July 11th, 2014|
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