Project HOPE is a mental health program that provides short-term counseling and case management for youth and transitional aged youth between 0 to 25 years old with mild to moderate mental health concerns.
For those who have been impacted by hate and harm including survivors of hate crimes and hate incidents and their families, we can provide trauma-informed care, short-term therapy, and case management services regardless of age.
Project HOPE is also available for educational workshops and presentations to increase awareness of mental health in the community. Contact us as 714-636-6286 for more information about Project HOPE regarding referrals, consultations, and resources.
BYSTANDER INTERVENTION TRAINING
This one-hour, interactive training (can be virtual or in-person) will teach participants the Right To Be’s 5D’s of bystander intervention methodology.
We’ll discuss the types of disrespect and harassment that Asian Americans are facing right now — from microaggressions to violence — and practice intervening to stop anti-Asian violence.
Participants will learn the following:
Interested in a training? Contact Christina Nguyen email@example.com
OCAPICA provides after-school programming for Anaheim High School students every fall and spring.
ROOTED is OCAPICA’s Youth Leadership and Development Fellowship that empowers students to become active leaders in their communities and future careers. For more information on ROOTED, contact Monica Tran at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporting Hate Crimes
Become a Volunteer!
California vs. Hate - Hate Crime Resources from the CA Attorney General
If you have experienced a hate crime or hate incident, here are resources for reporting hate crimes/incidents.
To volunteer, fill out an application here.
The California Department of Justice has tools and resources to aid and assist local, state, and federal law enforcement authorities in the investigation of possible hate crimes, including the identification, arrest, prosecution, and conviction of the perpetrators of those crimes. See more here.