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Helping Hands

Participating Organizations

Working together to support a resilient community

Meet participating organizations who are coming together to provide or support the cares and services of our MPK Hope Resiliency Center. 

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Chinatown Service Center

We started off as a small group of community volunteers who recognized the need to address the problems of Chinese immigrants. In 1971, we became an established nonprofit organization. Our mission is to provide outstanding services and advocacy that promote better quality of life and equal opportunity for immigrants and other communities.

Tzu Chi USA

The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation is a global non-profit humanitarian organization founded in 1966 by a Buddhist nun named Dharma Master Cheng Yen in Taiwan. Its missions of medicine, charity, education, and humanistic culture have brought relief to 128 countries and counting. In 1989, Tzu Chi USA was established and now has 63 offices across the US. The heart of Tzu Chi is embedded in its name: in Chinese, “tzu” means compassion, and “chi,” relief.

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Herald Christian
Health Center

Herald Christian Health Center (HCHC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving the community through no/low-cost medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, acupuncture, spiritual support, enrollment, and social services. The mission of HCHC is to “provide high quality and affordable holistic health care to the low-income and underserved”. In 2007, HCHC was founded with a vision to establish a community clinic for new Asian immigrants with limited English proficiency and offer them a resource that they might not have been able to access, due to linguistic, cultural, or financial barriers. After more than 16 years of providing affordable and culturally competent healthcare services to underserved communities, HCHC now operates six clinic sites in City of Industry, El Monte, Garvey School-Based, Rosemead, San Diego, and San Gabriel.

Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Centers

Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Centers (APCTC) is a nationally recognized mental health provider offering culturally sensitive services to the underserved communities in Los Angeles and Riverside counties. We provide services to children, youth, adults, and older adults. All services are provided with cultural sensitivity and bilingual capacity. Services are available in Cambodian, Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin, and Taiwanese), Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Filipino (Cebuano, Ilocano and Tagalog), Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese. Some locations offer specialty mental health services. Please contact any of our 9 locations to inquire more details.

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Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California

Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California (AJSOCAL) is the nation’s largest legal and civil rights organization for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). Founded in 1983 as the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California serves more than 15,000 individuals and organizations every year. Through direct services, impact litigation, policy advocacy, leadership development, and capacity building, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California focuses on the most vulnerable members of AAPI communities while also building a strong voice for civil rights and social justice. Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California is based in downtown Los Angeles, with satellite offices in Orange County and Sacramento.


Sustaining Independent Lives with Vital Empowering Resources (SILVER) has a long history and proven track record of providing services to the hard-to-reach racial and ethnic communities through linguistically and culturally appropriate care management services, as well as to mainstream, English speaking communities.  

Address: 515 Columbia Ave. Ste. 100, LA, CA, 90017 

Phone: 213-553-1884 

Fax: 213-236-9662 

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Los Angeles County District Attorney

The Bureau of Victim Services provides essential services to crime victims and witnesses. Victim Services Representatives are available to assist with a range of services to help victims become survivors. They work in courthouses and police stations and are available to provide assistance in several languages. Program services are provided free of charge and there is no legal residency or citizenship requirement. 

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