Special Programs

Programs

  • Minority Health Program

    The Asian Center provides health assistance to clients who are low income and have no kind of health insurance to be able to access health care services and have a medical home. If you do not have insurance or a regular doctor, please call Linh at 402-477-3446 for more information.

  • Domestic Violence Cultural Liaisons

    There is no excuse for abuse. If someone you love is experiencing violence, or if you have questions you would like to answers to, help is available at the Asian Community and Cultural Center. We have trained staff who speak Vietnamese, Chinese, Karen, and Arabic.

  • Tai Chi

    To its practitioners world wide, Tai Chi Chuan (also spelled as taijiquan) is enjoyed as a martial art, a form of exercise, and a meditative activity. The movements, while rooted in self-defense actions, are performed very slowly, softly and gracefully. The Asian Center Tai Chi group welcomes all people regardless of prior experience and physical condition. To join our group just call Gary Yuen at (402) 431-2353.

  • Creating Lasting Family Connections

    The ACCC is excited to offer this 18-week program to families in the community to foster better communication between teenagers and parents and to provide strategies to reduce/prevent substance abuse in teens. We offer this program in Vietnamese, Karen, and Arabic. If you are interested in participating, please call 402-477-3446. For more information contact Sheila at sheila@lincolnasiancenter.org.

  • Tax Assistance Program

    The Asian Community and Cultural Center is a participating agency in the VITA program which is overseen by the IRS. This program offers free tax preparation, and e-filing if the client chooses. We have a limited staff for this project, so we are only able to accept clients by appointment. If your taxes are waiting to be filed and you don't know what to do, call us at 402-477-3446 for more information. This program takes place in January, February, and March.

  • Mother/Daughter Circles

    In partnership with YWCA and funded by Lancaster Co Juvenile Justice, we are pleased to offer Mother/Daughter Circles to help them create lasting and loving bonds through the challenges of middle and high school. Please contact Khamisa@lincolnasiancenter.org

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