Chinese community/social organizations that got the most votes in Documented’s survey among Chinese immigrants
This summer, Documented launched a survey among Chinese immigrants in NYC. In the survey, we asked them one question, “If you know of a new Chinese immigrant, where do you suggest he/she seek help or attend activities to get involved in the local community quickly?” Among over 900 responses we received, these are the Chinese support organizations that got the most votes from the community in New York.
If you are a Chinese immigrant in NYC looking for in-language and culturally competent resources or services, the following are your go-to places.
- Chinese-American Planning Council is the nation’s largest Asian American social services organization and it is the trusted partner to 60,000 individuals and families striving to achieve goals in their education, family, community and career. It welcomes Chinese community members at every stage of life to over 50 high-quality programs at 35 sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens in New York.
Address: 150 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012
For more contact info, please check here.
- Brooklyn Chinese-American Association is a community-based not-for-profit human service agency founded in 1988 in response to the growing needs of the Asian-American communities in the Sunset Park, Borough Park, and Bay Ridge sections of Brooklyn. Its programs include Early Childhood Education, EarlyLearn, Head Start and Pre-K programs, After School Programs, Adult Literacy, Senior Services and Social Services.
Address: 4204 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11232