Asian American Center of Frederick
1080 West Patrick Street, Suite 16
Tel: (301) 694-3355
The Asian American Center of Frederick is a Minority-led non-profit in Frederick, MD. They focus on community development, improving access to health care, and increasing language access.
Asian American LEAD
10111 Colesville Road, Suite 103
Silver Spring, MD 20901
Tel: (301) 592-8800
Asian American LEAD (AALEAD) seeks to promote the well-being of Asian American youth and families through education, leadership development, and community-building. AALEAD focuses on the Vietnamese, American, and Chinese immigrant and refugee communities in the Mt. Pleasant, Columbia Heights, and Shaw neighborhoods of Washington, DC and in the Glenmont, Silver Spring and Wheaton areas of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Asian (Women's) Self-Help Association
P.O. Box 2084
Rockwille, MD 20847
Tel: (202) 230-8152
ASHA is a non-profit women's organization in the Washington DC-Baltimore metropolitan area providing support, information and guidance to women from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan. ASHA provides the following services: support network of caring women; confidential peer counseling; information about community resources and services; preliminary legal advice and referrals; medical and educational assistance; short-term shelter and temporary housing referrals; and emergency loans for food, legal and educational needs.
Association of Vietnamese Americans
8121 Georgia Ave, Suite 503
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Tel: (301) 588-6862
Formerly known as MVMA(Maryland Vietnamese Mutual Association, Inc.), AVA's mission is to serve, support, and advance the Vietnamese American community. While MVMA's special commitment is to advocate for the cause of Vietnamese Americans, it serves all immigrant communities. MVMA’s vision is to build a strong, unified, and caring Vietnamese American community, where young people, adults and elders engage and contribute through continuing educational, social and economic advancement, while maintaining cultural heritage.
They endeavor to provide in-depth support primarily to Bhutanese community living in Baltimore and periphery.
Ellicott City, Maryland
Tel: (443) 615-1355
Chai takes a holistic approach to providing proactive, culturally competent information and referrals on mental health and wellness to the South Asian population.
Gujarati Samaj of Baltimore
P.O. Box 687
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Tel: (443) 568-1300
Non-profit organization founded in 1975.
Greater Washington Telugu Cultural Society
17614 Auburn Village Drive
Sandy Spring, MD 20860-1045
Tel: (571) 331-4430
Greater Washington Telugu Cultural Society aims at organizing medical camps, seminars, symposium, discussions, picnics, sports, cultural performances, book reviews, encourage the talent among youth and children. They also coordinate with Telugu associations in USA and sister organizations of south Indian languages.
Islamic Center of Maryland
19411 Woodfield Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20879
The Islamic Center of Maryland (ICM) is a non-profit organization with an operational philosophy based on the Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Muslim families who visit the ICM facilities work towards fulfilling their religious obligations and striving for spiritual, intellectual, social and economic well-being and advancement. The center provides various services to the community.
Kairali of Baltimore
9218 Georgia Belle Dr.
Perry Hall, MD 21128
Tel: (410) 529-0086
Kairali has been a part of the malayalee community around Baltimore since 1984.
Shri Mangal Mandir
17110 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20905
Tel: (301) 421-0985 / (301) 421-0985
Shri Mangal Mandir establishes and operates a Vedic Sanatan Dharma Mandir in the Metropolitan Washington area for religious purpose. They also organize and conduct seminars, symposia, lecturers and meetings to discuss and deliberate Vedic Religion and Vedic faith.
Thai Alliance in America
11006 Veirs Mill Rd Ste L15-289
Wheaton, MD 20902
TAA was established on December 31, 1927. The organization works together with the Royal Thai Embassy and Buddhist organizations in Washington, D.C. to establish a house of priest (Sam-Nak-Song) in the Washington, D.C. area for Thai community to have their own Thai monks in the area.
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