Asian Specific Resources
Asian American Civic Association
The Asian American Civic Association provides limited English speaking and economically disadvantaged people with education, occupational training and social services enabling them to realize lasting economic self-sufficiency. AACA has served and advocated for the needs of immigrants and other economically disadvantaged people since 1967.
87 Tyler Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
Asian Women for Health (AWFH)
Asian Women for Health (AWFH) is a peer-led, community-based network dedicated to advancing Asian women’s health and wellness through education, advocacy, and support. We envision a world where Asian women are well-informed, have access to care that is culturally appropriate and high quality, and inspired to live happy, healthy lives.Asian Women for Health (AWFH) is a peer-led, community-based network dedicated to advancing Asian women’s health and wellness through education, advocacy, and support. We envision a world where Asian women are well-informed, have access to care that is culturally appropriate and high quality, and inspired to live happy, healthy lives.
Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
Since 1994, ATASK has operated New England’s only multilingual emergency shelter, as well as advocacy services, education programs, and outreach for Asian domestic violence survivors. With over forty distinct Asian languages and cultures represented in the Greater Boston and Lowell areas, linguistically and culturally accessible resources are vital to our ability to provide outreach, education, prevention, and direct services to the many families in need in Asian communities.
P.O. Box 120108
Boston, MA 02112
Boston Asian Youth Essential Service
Boston Asian Youth Essential Service (Boston Asian YES) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1975 in response to the emerging needs and interests of Asian youth who did not have access to services, resources and opportunities that met their specific needs and interests. YES’s primary service population is low-income immigrant Asian youth, ages 12-21, who face language and cultural barriers, challenges in school, at home, and within the community. YES was founded by youth workers, with support from Boston Public Schools educators and Chinatown community activists.
199 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02111
Boston Chinese Evangelical Church Cancer Support Ministry
Our mission is to enhance Asian community awareness on cancer and provide support for individuals with cancer and their families. We meet on the third Saturday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. All individuals with cancer and their families are welcome!
120 Shawmut Avenue
Boston MA 02118
(617) 426-5744 x 29
JB Line was established on October 26, 2010 to help Japanese immigrants and their families, who currently reside in New England and address problems they encounter in their lives.
99 Massachusetts Ave. #6
Arlington, MA 02474
North Suffolk Southeast Asian Services
Our two Southeast Asian Community Teams provide a range of services: outpatient therapy (group, family and individual), psychiatric and medication services, day treatment, community outreach and rehab services, and participation in the larger cultural community. The Cambodian Team is located at our Revere site, and Vietnamese Team and day treatment programs are at our East Boston site. For information call 617-912-7726 (Cambodian/Khmer) or 617-912-7581 (Vietnamese).
265 Beach Street
Revere, MA 02151
(617) 912 7586
14 Porter Street
East Boston, MA 02128
Quincy Asian Resources, Inc.
QARI's mission is to foster and improve the social, cultural, economic and civic lives of immigrants and their families in order to benefit Quincy and its neighboring communities. Through collaborations and partnerships, we provide culturally competent services, such as workforce development, adult education programs, youth development, and cultural events as well as information and referrals to public or other community organizations.
1509 Hancock St # 209
Quincy, MA 02169
Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts
We support Southeast Asian immigrants, refugees and long-term residents to meet their basic needs, overcome language and cultural barriers, successfully integrate into mainstream society, and become self sustainable contributors in economic, social, and civic life.
484 Main St, Suite 400
Worcester, MA 01608
Tea Time Cancer Support Group
Tea Time is a bi-weekly support group meeting for Chinese women with any kind of cancer. It is held from 3 - 4:40 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month.
AstraZeneca Hope Lodge Center
125 S Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02130