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In our efforts to serve our diverse community, we're looking for translation support with text-based documents in the following languages:

  • Vietnamese

  • Lao

  • Hmong

  • Urdu

  • Spanish

  • Punjabi

Stipends available!


If interested please email us at: info@emacstockton.org


Rooted in the belief that health and wellness is also a communal process, Culturally Rooted Healing is a safe space for individuals to share unique stories, have sincere conversations, and heal out loud.


Join us the next two Wednesdays in February as we discuss the topic: "Community Healing: Bridging the Gap Between Black & Brown Communities," Wednesday 2/15 & Wednesday 2/22 at 6:30 PM PST via Zoom.

Weekly sessions are facilitated by Daisha Alexander in partnership with Healing PUSO, Little Manila Rising, and 209 API Coalition. Circles are free and open to all.



















A big thank you and hug to all those who joined us as we began to process the tragedies in Monterey Park & Half Moon Bay as a community through Culturally Rooted Healing: A Community Response For Radical Healing & Grief on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, from 6:30-7:30 PM PST


Daisha Alexander facilitated the virtual event with Healing PUSO, Little Manila Rising, and the 209 API Coalition.


The space was free and open to people of Asian American & Pacific Islander American descent of all ages in the 209 Central Valley and nationwide.


The safe space was offered to our community to share what was on our hearts and minds and to provide the support our community needed and deserved without judgment.


As grief and healing is a process, join Daisha and Healing PUSO every Wednesday at 6:30 PM PST for free and virtual Culturally Rooted Healing Zoom Sessions. Register at: www.tinyurl.com/crhpuso


See the previous post on national and local 209 resources that you may need.



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