WHO WE ARE
KITHS mission is to support Asian Americans, immigrants, and refugees with improving their lives one resource at a time. KITHS provides education and training about available resources and the effective use of resources. KITHS develops opportunities for skill building by delivering services that are integrated and targeted to each individual. KITHS operate from a strengths-based, wellness, and resiliency approach so that everyone has an opportunity for independence, growth, healing, and development.
KITHS vision is to support individuals with sustaining self-sufficiency by creating opportunities that fosters independence, growth, healing and development.
WHAT WE DO
KITHS provides face to face encounters (as needed), telephonic support, in-office assistance, interpretation/language access needs, and many more.
The focus is on an indivifuals' health and wellness so the services provided will target those needs.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Community Health & Wellness Program
(Services focuses on providing resource education and health & wellness information)
The "Genocide to Tableside" project aligns with this program
The "Kith's Kitchen" project aligns with this program
Community Outreach and Volunteer Program
(Services will focus on supporting older adults with engagement and increased socialization)
The "Coffee and Conversation" project aligns with this program
Community Mental Health Program
Outpatient Psychiatric Services - KITHS will provide a safe therapeutic space that is culturally and linguistically appropriate, trauma informed, and inclusive of the individual’s entire needs. KITHS Outpatient Psychiatric Services has a mission to ensure that vulnerable communities such as Asian Americans, immigrants and refugees have access to mental health care that is targeted to their unique needs. More specifically, the goal is to provide care that is inclusive of the individuals’ entire needs, which includes family, faith, and spiritual beliefs. Focusing on multiple domains of an individual’s life could decrease stigma associated with seeking mental health support. Thereby, increasing mental health use; this then promotes health, hope and resiliency among Asian Americans, immigrants, and refugees.