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Welcome to the ‘Ohana Resource Bank!

The AANHPI ‘Ohana Center of Excellence is proud to support Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities through a variety of resources, tools, and downloadable files. Our resources have been carefully curated to meet the needs of the behavioral health industry with culturally centered information that best serves the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.

Resource Directory

Browse our collection of culturally and linguistically appropriate behavioral health resources for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.
Browse the Directory

Downloadable Tools

Tap into our downloadable tools and industry-specific articles, guides, and infographics that we have collected from our workshops, trainings, and community partners.
Download Tools

Find Resources Near You

Map of cultural centers, community centers, nonprofit organizations, legal assistance, food and housing assistance, academic resources, and health care resources that serve Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities.
Use the Map

Community Resilience Guides

The AANHPI ‘Ohana Center of Excellence recognizes that in times of disaster or distress, behavioral health needs are often unmet, especially in underserved populations. In response to current disasters, we have compiled resource and resilience guides that can help communities respond and recover with behavioral health resources on hand.

Please note: as response to disasters evolve quickly, some of the content within the following resource guides may fall out of date. Please let us know by emailing us at [email protected] if you notice anything that needs updating.

Disaster Distress Helpline - Call or Text 1-800 985-5990

Maui Wildfire Recovery and Resilience Guide

Community resources and organizations that can assist individuals with concerns that are often exacerbated by natural disasters. These could include resources for disaster assistance, mental health support, unemployment assistance, domestic violence resources, financial assistance, health care services, and more.

These resources are culturally and regionally specific, and designed to lift up, promote, and support through connectivity. 

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Disaster Distress Helpline - Call or Text 1-800 985-5990

Typhoon Mawar Resource and Resilience Guide

Håfa Adai. Our hearts go out to the people affected by Typhoon Mawar. Included in this guide are community resources and organizations that can assist individuals with concerns that are often exacerbated by natural disasters. These could include resources for disaster assistance, mental health support, unemployment assistance, domestic violence resources, financial assistance, health care services, and more.

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