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Stop AAPI Hate

Our Response to Anti-Asian Hate

Founded on the values of providing outstanding services and advocacy that promote better quality of life and equal opportunities for immigrants and other communities, Chinatown Service Center firmly stands against anti-Asian hate and all kinds of racially-motivated injustices. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, LAPD reported a 371% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes from 2019-2022, highlighting a drastic rise in number of cases compared to pre-pandemic levels. In response to this disturbing surge in xenophobia, racism, and violence to AAPI communities, CSC is dedicated to combating anti-Asian hate through community outreach, preventive trainings and workshops, and offering direct services to those impacted by hate incidents.

What CSC is doing to help

Individual Counseling for Adults and Youth

Experiencing a hate incident can be traumatizing, regardless of your age and background. We have in-language individual counseling for those:

  • Suffering from depression, anxiety, self-isolation, emotional distress, or PTSD as a result of a hate experience

  • Bystanders who are traumatized from being indirectly involved in a hate incident


Our behavioral health clinics are located in Chinatown, Alhambra, and Monterey Park in the Los Angeles county. If you would like to receive mental health services at CSC (available in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese), please contact us at (213) 808-1720 to schedule an appointment, or click here for more information.


Educational Workshops and Trainings

Education is a powerful tool to combat hate. CSC is actively engaged in raising awareness surrounding discrimination against AAPI communities and educating community members with preventive skills through workshops and trainings. This includes:

  • Bystander Intervention Training (Available in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese). For more information about our workshops and training, please call (213) 808-1720.

  • Mental Health First Aid (Available in English). For more information about our workshops and training, please call (213) 808-1720.

  • Plus more events and activities!

Wellness Activities

Prevention is often the best medicine. One of our goals is to promote wellness, safety, and raise awareness among AAPI seniors, who're one of the most vulnerable populations affected by anti-Asian hate discrimination. Here are some activities that we're engaged in:

  • Self Defense Training

  • Yoga

  • Meditation

  • Educational workshops

  • Cultural Art

Resources For You

Mental Health

Provides trauma counseling to community members in Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese


  • CSC Behavioral Health Clinic - (213) 808-1720

  • 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline - Call or Text 988

  • Crisis Text Line (Anywhere in the U.S.) - Text HOME to 741741

Legal Aid and Reporting

Meet Our Team:


Monica Cua

Preventions Program Manager (she/her)

Languages: English, Tagalog


Jon Ng

Communications Coordinator (he/him)

Languages: English, Mandarin, Cantonese

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