We bridge the gap and barriers between AAPI communities and service providers through culturally and linguistically responsive services such as training providers about cultural competency, providing language service, raising awareness for victims to break the silence despite cultural barriers, and providing services & resources to victims/survivors.
Training law enforcement and victim service providers about cultural competency.
Addressing safety concerns for victims/survivors.
Promoting accountability for perpetrators. Fostering a community response to gender-based violence through outreach and training for law enforcement, legal professionals, healthcare providers, educators, social service providers, advocates, and community partners.
Helping economically disadvantaged victims attain self-sufficiency through assistance of basic needs, job training and job placement.
Increasing self-esteem for victims and survivors to regain their power through mental health support and support group: International Survivors Network (S.A.V.E.)