Search Organizations (English): Asian Canadians

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Chinese Caregiver Support Service
Increases knowledge of care management, community resources and health issues/diseases relevant to caregiving. Enhances the coping skills of cargivers. Provides opportunities for ongoing social and emotional support. (See Details)
Asian Community AIDS Services

Provides HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and support services to the East and South East Asian communities. Web site includes health information in Chinese, Vietnamese and Tagalog.

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Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention
Works toward preventing the spread of HIV and AIDS in South Asian communities, principally in the greater Toronto area. Offers programs in preventive education, advocacy, resource development, volunteer development, and support for people living with HIV and AIDS. Offers resources and services in Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, Punjabi, Bengali and Gujarati. (See Details)
Asian Society for the Intervention of AIDS
Provides culturally appropriate and language specific support, outreach, advocacy and education/research on HIV/AIDS. (See Details)
Family Caregivers Network
Culturally integrates (English and Chinese) large group activities designed for members of the Network for sharing, learning and mutual support. Professionally facilitated.
Asian Pacific American Network
Forms a broad-based coalition of community-based organizations that acts as a catalyst to develop and promote the application of computer information technologies relevant to the needs and perspectives of Asian and Pacific Islanders Americans. Seeks to enhance the service-delivery capacity of community-based non-profit organizations using technology. Provides opportunities for education and training, and by offering technology assistance, affordable computer and Internet services, and community resources to help implement various technology solutions. (See Details)
Federation of Chinese American and Chinese Canadian Medical Societies
Forms an online organization dedicated to promoting the health status of the Chinese communities in North America, to the advancement of medical knowledge and education with emphasis on aspects related to the Chinese, to enhancing communication and relationship among members of the Federation, and to promoting the scientific association of medical societies of health professionals of Chinese descent in North America. (See Details)