CAPI connects immigrants, refugees, and our communities with the nutrition, health, and human service resources they need to thrive. We offer a nutritious, culturally-specific food shelf while serving as a gateway to resources that move people toward greater economic stability
CAPI offers employment and financial services to create pathways to economic independence for immigrants, refugees, and American-born clients. To create these pathways, CAPI staff provide culturally competent, linguistically appropriate, individualized services and tailored employment and/or financial plans for each client.
CAPI USA has put together a list of helpful resources should you find yourself in need during this time. We will update it as more resources become available. Resources include: info on the coronavirus, employment, food, utilities, housing, health insurance
There are a lot of resources out there about COVID-19, and we are pulling together those most relevant to our community. Check out our new webpage: www.revivingsisterhood.org/covid-19 Resources include: ● Resource kits in 13 South Asian languages ● Tools for
SEAD acknowledges that this current pandemic feels all too familiar to many in our Southeast Asian communities. We’re living in trying times that are uncertain, complicated, and heavy. Yet it’s not without forgetting the lessons of resiliency and perseverance that
EmergenSEA Corps is a small rapid response pod of young (healthy!) community members who are ready to help! We understand things can change at any time and want to assess and meet the needs and requests that come in. We
Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment is working with community partners and leaders at Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL) to help the state track the rise in anti-Asian discrimination during this time. If you or anyone you know has experienced