The ‘Ohana Community Corner
What’s happening in our Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities? We have compiled the latest news, events, and policy in the world of behavioral health and indigenous knowledge that serve the AANHPI communities.
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Search and find grants available at grants.gov
February 14, 2024
Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowship
February 29, 2024
The Folk and Traditional Arts Project Grant
March 1, 2024, 3pm EST
New E4A Funding Opportunity: Indigenous-Led Solutions to Advance Health Equity and Wellbeing
March 29, 2024
2024 OHA Grant Solicitations ARE NOW OPEN!
Announcing the AANHPI Community Counts Dashboard. The AANHPI Community Counts Dashboard is the first major activation of Power In Numbers, showcasing critical data and numbers of our AANHPI communities.
SAMHSA is in the process of developing a Language Access Plan and would like your input on the following question: What are the most important resources necessary to meet the language needs of your community? Click on this link to contribute: https://tejoin.com/scroll/213614239
Papa Ola Lokahi is seeking interested people for translation support. Please fill out this form if you may be interested: https://forms.office.com/r/vuREx8B1yX
Are you 14 – 18 years old? Are you interested in being in a focus group? The Asian American Foundation (TAAF) AANHPI Youth Mental Health Survey focuses on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander youth mental health. Please complete the screener questions to participate: https://redcap.link/AANHPImentalhealthFG
Pasifika Reef: Career, College & Cultural Workshops and Live Music!
For all high school students in the Inland Empire
Address: 701 S Mt Vernon Ave, San Bernardino CA 92410
Are you Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaska Native, or Indigenous to Turtle Island?
Do you live in King County, Pierce County, or on the Tulalip Reservation?
You may be eligible to receive $1250 a month throughout your pregnancy until your child’s third birthday!
More info and apply at https://www.hummingbird-ifs.org/programs/nest/nest-applicants
- Mental health
- Substance use disorder
- Native Hawaiian
- Asian American
- Pacific Islander
- Behavioral health industry