To inform, educate, and promote health and wellness in out Asian America, Pacific Islander and other ethnic communities.
The mission of the Asian Community Resource Center is to provide necessary services, tool, and information; to improve the experience of health, happiness, and prosperity in the great Asian American, Pacific Islander and other ethnic communities in Southern Nevada.
The Asian Community Resource Center (ACRC) was launched in October 2012 by Frida Tju and Emily Higby, who felt the need to assist the Asian Pacific Islander communities in educating and advocating for successful integration, education, and economic development into Southern Nevada.
ACRC provides a range of assistance to Asian Pacific Islanders to work in partnership with the state, community, and other agencies in human, economic development services, and health and wellness activities.
One of ACRC’s goal is to increase the capacity of these individuals and families to become self-sufficient, help revitalize their community, and build stability so that they become able to create their own opportunities.
Through our services, we would encourage respectful connections with others, personal responsibility, and commitment. Our programs include thoughtful exploration of the issues that shape our communities, in hopes that each community member learn from interacting with each other.
Languages: Spanish, English
Languages: English, Tagalog