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Community Resources

Find professional health services, mutual aid organizations, community groups and other helpful information for Michigan Asian American families

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In response to the mass shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay, California Rising Voices held a joint community vigil and remembrance with Asian Pacific Islander American Vote Michigan and other partners in Madison Heights on Saturday, January 28th. In addition to providing a collective space for grieving and remembrance, a resource sheet was provided for Asian American community members who may be in crisis or in need.


Take a look at the information below provided in English and Vietnamese, as well as Traditional and Simplified Chinese. Please feel free to share with your communities.

Resources for Michigan Asian American Communities


The events in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay, California are a profound tragedy for the victims, their families, and the larger community. In the wake of such trauma, paralysis from fear and grief is understandable. But to transcend such unimaginable violence it is essential that we come together to help and support one another. 


We hope this resource document can aid our Michigan Asian American families as we grieve and recover. Donation links are provided to aid the families of victims, and we urge community members to use the information below as a resource for those in need of support from mental healthcare professionals, social workers and mutual aid organizations. 


In times of crisis, we can assure our friends, family and loved ones that they are not alone and that help is within reach. When we come together, our beloved communities can be a source of solace, a place to find safety and a pathway to healing and recovery. 


Support For Monterey Park - Resource Guides In-Language


AAPI Equity Alliance


Places to Donate


Monterey Park Lunar New Year Victims Fund


Half Moon Bay Victims Fund


Mymy Nhan Funeral Fund


Xiujuan Yu Funeral Fund


Yu (Andy) Kao Funder Fund

Mental Health Resources - Michigan

Amplify Colectivo 



Mental Health Clinicians of Color

in Grand Rapids


Radical Well-Being Center

20411 W 12 Mile Rd, Suite 101

Southfield, MI 48076 


Mental Health Resources - National


Asian Mental Health Collective


Open Path Psychotherapy Collective


Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Dial 988 or chat online at

Domestic Violence - Michigan

Haven (Oakland County)

24-hr crisis & support: 248-334-1274

Toll-free crisis line: 877-922-1274

TTY (teletypewriter) line: 248-972-2540


Healing by Choice

Call: 313-242-7597


Michigan Coalition to End Domestic 

and Sexual Violence (MCEDSV)

Domestic Violence hotline chat

  • Call: 866-864-2338

  • Text: 877-861-0222

Sexual Assault hotline chat

  • Call: 855-864-2374

  • Text: 866-238-1454

There is also an online chat on the website. 24/7 Free & confidential


Domestic Violence - National


National Domestic Violence Hotline

Call: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

Text: Text START to 88788

TTY (teletypewriter) line: 1-800-787-3224

There is also an online chat on the website. 24/7 free & confidential


Community Organizations



2651 Saulino Court

Dearborn, MI 48120

Phone: 313-842-7010


ACCESS Hope House

6470 Williamson Ave

Dearborn, MI 48126



Burma Center

765 Upton Ave

Springfield, MI 49037


ACA Chinese Community Center

32585 Concord Dr

Madison Heights, MI 48071


ACA Detroit Service Center

4750 Woodward Avenue #211

Detroit, MI 48201



ACA Canton Service Center

46000 Summitt Pkway Canton, MI 48188

Asian Center of Southeast Michigan

24666 Northwestern Hwy

Southfield, MI 48075



East Side Mutual Aid


Hope House Detroit

840 Marlborough St

Detroit, MI 48215



IONA Masjid

28630 Ryan Rd

Warren, MI 48092



The Mutual Aid Network of Ypsilanti


United Way for Southeastern Michigan 

3011 W Grand Blvd #500

Detroit, MI 48202 


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