What we do

  • Youth Leadership

    The APSARA youth leadership builds the capacity of our youth to heal and transform their community by creating a culture of inspiration and safety. Through peer and adult mentoring, youth organizing, training, emergent learning through youth-led activism, and exposure to possibilities that inspire them, youth will build the emotional intelligence, skills, and inspiration to translate …

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  • Tutorial Program

    This goes beyond parent and teacher intervention. The Tutorial Program is a community outreach effort to get our children the education they need.  Low-test scores and failing grades spell a need for personal attention. Our mission is to work with local schools to identify each student’s reading, writing, and math problems. We meet performance goals …

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  • Teen Program B

    Public social events are the best crime prevention. Provided by City of Stockton, Department of Park & Recreation, youths can put their competitive spirit to a friendly match within the Park Village community as well as sport tournaments with outside organizations. Teens ages 13 – 21 can jumpstart their social skills and physical health by …

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  • Senior Program

    More than 60 Park Village seniors are provided activities and travel opportunities. Our goal is to maintain or enhance personal wellness. Programs include planned recreation and physical activities, meals, transportation to the program, and some personal care. Senior Program welcomes residents 55 years or older to trim bad food and dish out advice on healthy …

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  • Early Literacy and Oral Health Education

    APSARA is implementing the Southeast Asian Home Visitation and Empowerment, Raising Quality Improve and Maximize Program, and San Joaquin Treatment + Education for Everyone on Teeth + Health. The First 5 of San Joaquin (www.sjckids.org) administers the expanded Home Visitation Initiative under the American Rescue Plan Act Funding. We work with other local partners to …

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  • Community Health Worker

    The Community Health Worker’s (CHW) program works one-to-one with Stockton community members by providing health coaching, education, case management, and connection to the community to improve healthy behaviors, disease management, monitoring, access to care, and generally create a relationship-based ecosystem of support necessary to transform health outcomes for marginalized people. The CHW program focuses on …

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  • Capacity Building – UCF

    Formerly known as United Cambodian Communities’ Organization, United Cambodian Families (UCF) had its first full membership meeting on December 14, 2001 in Park Village community center. Members from all over the places in Stockton, including Buddhist monks, clergymen and community leaders gathered together for selecting UCF officers for the first time in Stockton. Sophat Sorn, …

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  • After School Program

    The After School Program is an enrichment program for the youth and children of the Park Village. This program consists of education, reading, art, and other activities that help nurture the growth of the young people of Park Village. Now included in the after-school program is the integration of our health program. We have included …

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