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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.    Asian Center-South East Michigan (AC-SE MI) had its grand opening day on May 15, 2010 to officially introduce its services to Asian Americans in Michigan.  Awarded a grant from the Michigan Department of Community Health in 2010, AC-SE MI aligned its service with five Asian ethnic organizations, which are now its long-term partners for projects in the Asian American communities.  These five partner organizations represent the five Asian American groups with the highest populations in Michigan: Asian Indians, Chinese, Filipinos, Koreans and Vietnamese.     <Learn More>


Mission – What We Do

To overcome social barriers, improve health and reduce health disparity for Asian American in Michigan

Vision – Where We Are Headed

To become a service place for all Asian Americans to turn to for help and support of their health concerns, needs and social determinants to improve their health in the future.

Guiding Principles – Who We Are

Non-profit, non-partisan, non-religious and non-discriminatory community organization that works on health research and services among Asian Americans and demonstrate humanity to help communities for their health needs.

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