PROGRAMS

ALL OF OUR SERVICES IS CENTRALIZED TO BUILD STRONG FAMILIES, STRONG SCHOOLS AND STRONG COMMUNITY

Mercury Reduction

The goal of the Delta Mercury Exposure Reduction Program (Delta MERP) is to reduce human exposure to mercury by promoting

After School Program

APSARA Tutoring Program has been open 10 plus years, a place where students of different grade levels come and further

Nutrition Education

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (CalFresh) will reduce the prevalence of obesity and the onset of related chronic diseases within

Covered San Joaquin

Since 2013, APSARA has granted to implement three programs under the Covered San Joaquin; Community Outreach and Engagement (COEP), San

Recreational Programs

Public social events are the best crime prevention.  Youths can put their competitive spirit to a friendly match, provided by

Social Support Services

The Social Services Program at APSARA offers a variety of supports, and we strive to provide residents the most recent

CAUSESS WE PROVIDE

WE HAVE A FIXED PLAN TO MAKE STRONG SCHOOL, STRONG COMMUNITY, AND STRONG FAMILY.

About

After many years of hard work and perseverance, the residents at Park Village, home to over 200 Cambodian refugee families, realized their goal of buying the apartment complex. Park Village is a unique model of affordable housing ownership, involving the partnership between APSARA, the resident association at Park Village, and RCHC, a regional non-profit affordable housing developer.

 

OUR STORY

Asian Pacific Self Development and Residential Association (APSARA), established in 1989, is a membership organization of resident households at Park Village apartment complex.

Its mission is to provide leadership for the residents by collaborating with the larger community to provide a safe, positive environment that promotes economic independence. Resident committees established by APSARA provide recommendations to the Park Village Apartment board on decisions regarding the management of the complex. Rural California Housing corporation is a nonprofit affordable housing developer with 30 years of experience working in fourteen Northern California counties. The organization recently celebrated the construction of its 2000th self-help home for low income families. RCHC has thirteen rental housing projects in various stages of development. Its diverse programs which benefit low income households include: single family self-help housing development, multifamily rental housing development and preservation; rehabilitation of single family homes; and community development programs.

OUR MISSION

APSARA is an educational, problem-solving organization that provides leadership for Park Village residents by collaborating with the larger community to provide a safe, positive environment that promotes economic development and small business. Director’s Message Since 1989, APSARA has served more than 1000 Park Village low-income residents by providing affordable housing and decent programs that fit their social and economical needs. And now it is very exciting that APSARA’s Board is willing to expand services into neighborhood communities such as: Manchester, Kentfield & Bianchi, and Carrington Circle apartment complexes. With the strong partnership with the Public Health (Stockton), Lao Family, Community Partnership for Family, People and Congregation Together, schools, Police Department (Stockton), and other agencies, APSARA has served more than one thousand Cambodian and Hmong families living in the aforementioned communities. To see the families get stronger and happier, and children living in a harmonious and safe community is our treasure. Even though we cannot solve all the community problems, at least we are responsible to engage residents getting involved in community events or actions so that they can access to information and know where to get help. I am really proud of the work the APSARA’s Social Service program has done in the thirteen years that I have been Executive Director. This successful community program should credit to APSARA’s staff members and the supportive staffs from our partnership agencies. They have strong commitment in helping to expand services into many communities and signficantly increase visibilities of the programs that allow us to serve many under-served families. We hope that our supporter, currently and in the past, will generously continue their support in our common goals to build strong families and safe community. Sovanna Koeurt APSARA Executive Director

Team

OUR DEDICATED TEAM MEMBERS THAT MAKE OAK PARK VILLAGE APARTMENT PROGRAMS FUNCTION WITHOUT A HITCH.

News

Community Serviceshttps://www.delta.edu/community/services-for-our-community/

Events in Stockton

Stockton Hmong New Year 2017-2018

November 18, 2017 at 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Place: 1658 S Airport Way, Stockton, CA 95206
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CONTACT

WE ARE GRATEFUL AND THANKFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Contact Info

  • 3830 Alvarado Ave # C, Stockton, CA 95204
  • (209) 944-1700 / (209) 944-1701
  • admin@apsaraonline.org