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Asian American Journalist Association
www.aaja.org
www.facebook.com/AAJAMichigan
An elaborate network of Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists, media partners and friends who continue to have a profound impact in the field of journalism both locally and nationally.


Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce
3155 West Beaver Rd, Suite 106A
Troy, MI 48084
Tel: (248) 430-5855
Fax: (248) 856-1776
van@apacc.net
www.apacc.net
APACC is a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the economic advancement of Asian Pacific businesses and professionals. Our Mission is to provide a structured environment facilitating cooperations, support and mentoring among all Asian Pacific American (APA) businesses, resulting in the advancement of Asian Pacififc Americans in the U.S.


Asian Pacific Americans for Progress
www.apaforprogress.org
The purpose of Asian Pacific Americans for Progress is to establish and support a grassroots network of Asian Pacific Americans and allies that will work for positive, progressive change in the United States of America by increasing awareness of Asian Pacific American issues and Asian Pacific American involvement in local and national politics. 


Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote
P.O Box 44613
Detroit, MI 48244
Tel: (313) 914-1030
contact@apiavotemi.org
www.apiavotemi.org
Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote - Michigan is a nonpartisan nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that serves the Asian Pacific Islander American community through civic participation, advocacy, and education.


Association of Chinese Americans
32585 Concord Drive
Madison Heights, MI 48071
Tel: (248) 585-9343
info@acadetroit.org
www.acadetroit.org
The organization is dedicated to advancing the social, political and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans in Michigan. 


Asia Center of Southeast Michigan
contact form
www.asiancentersemi.org 
Asian Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization. It was founded in 1994 by Dr. Douglas Chung in Grand Rapids to respond to culturally sensitive human services needs among Asian Americans in West Michigan. Grants have been received from local and state agencies for its operation.  In 2009, a second location was launched in Southfield, Michigan to respond to the needs of Asian Americans in Southeast Michigan.


India League of America- Michigan
33228 W 12 Mile Road, # 251
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

info@ilamichigan.org
www.ilamichigan.org
India League of America (ILA) is a non-profit, secular organization formed in 1978. ILA was formed with a mission to champion the interests of Indian American community in Michigan and to celebrate and expose the Indian traditions and culture to foster a better understanding of US and India, and to integrate Asian Indian American community with the general community.


Michigan Asian Indian Family Services
32401 W. Eight Mile Rd
Livonia, MI 48152
Tel: (248) 477-4985
info@maifs.org
www.maifs.org
MAIFS is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to serve the Asian Indian community in the metropolitan Detroit area. The organization will try to arrange suitable help in: family crisis situations due to marital problems, divorce, etc; mental health problems due to sickness or death; alcohol, drug abuse, parental, spousal and child abuse; problems due to cultural differences; temporary shelter for the needy; medical and legal assistance through referral; language translators; and moral support to international students.


Michigan Chinese Women Association
sherrychen@micwa.org
www.micwa.org
MCWA, a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization, is dedicated to unite Chinese women in Michigan through community services, charities, educational seminars and cultural activities.


Philipine Nurses Association of Michigan
Tel: (248) 698-2090
epacris@sbcglobal.net
www.pnamichigan.com
The Philippine Nurses Association of Michigan (PNAM) had its inception on October 14, 1972 when a Nurses Council was formed in response to the plight of working (H-1) visa nurses in Michigan under the auspices of the Pilipino-American Association, Inc. (Pil-Am, Inc.) The organizational meeting was held at the Episcopal Cathedral Church of Saint Paul on Woodward Avenue in Detroit with Adoring Brilliantes Tuanquin as the Council Director.


Vietnamese American Association of Michigan
PO Box 183204
Shelby Twp, MI 48318
Tel: (248) 921-3140
info@vaamichigan.org 
www.vaamichigan.org
The Vietnamese American Association of Michigan works to preserve the Vietnamese culture and heritage, to assist underprivileged Vietnamese Americans with healthcare, social and civic issues, and to accelerate the integration process into American society.


West Michigan Asian American Association, Inc.
PO Box 230432
Grand Rapids, MI 49523-0432
Tel:  (616) 481-6194
info@wm-aaa.org
www.wm-aaa.org
The organization is dedicated to building a collaborative, active, and committed Asian American community in West Michigan with a focus on healthcare, education, and empowerment.


 

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