Supporting Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay
We know that regardless of what the police investigation determines regarding these horrific shootings, communities are experiencing these tragedies in the context of an increase in hate incidents and crimes and we are committed to respond to the needs of the communities we serve.
Please see these important resource guides:
Resources for Communities after Tragedies in Half Moon Bay and Monterey Park.
CA vs. Hate Resource Line and Network
A non-emergency hate incident and hate crime reporting hotline and online portal established to support individuals and communities targeted for hate. You can connect with a trained care coordinator who can help you navigate social and legal services and support. Regardless of whether someone is a victim of a crime, if someone is targeted for hate or discrimination or need support regarding hate they can reach out to by phone at 833-8NO-HATE (833-866-4283) or https://stophate.calcivilrights.ca.gov
CA vs. Hate Resource Handout
On-line, people can access a reporting form seeking assistance in 15 languages, including Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, and Tagalog.
If you call the hotline, you will be served via a translation service with support in over 200 languages.
— Monterey Bay Mental Health Resources in Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish and other Languages
- Victim and Survivor Resource Center
Operated by LA County, City of Monterey Park, American Red Cross, and others to provide on-the-ground mental health services, crisis response teams, and victim services. Mandarin and Cantonese interpretation available. Open daily 8am-7pm at the Langley Senior Citizen Center, 400 W Emerson Ave, Monterey Park, CA. (626) 307-1388
- Chinatown Service Center
The nonprofit, which provides services for immigrants and other communities in LA County, offers trauma counseling to community members. (213) 808-1700; https://www.cscla.org/
- Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Centers
Mental health center in LA County meeting the needs of Asian Pacific immigrants and refugees. Services available in Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Thai, and Spanish. Behavioral health and outpatient clinical services provided at Alhambra location: 1635 West Main St., Suite 100, Alhambra, CA 91801.
(626) 248-1800, M-F 8:30am-5:00pm; https://www.apctc.org/
- General Information about CA vs. Hate: https://calcivilrights.ca.gov/ca-vs-hate-page/
- CA vs. Hate Resource Line and Network: https://stophate.calcivilrights.ca.gov
- Fact Sheet: Hate Violence (in Chinese, Spanish and 12 other languages): Ralph-Fact-Sheet_CH.pdf (ca.gov)
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Please submit your suggestions, feedback, and questions at StopHate@calcivilrights.ca.gov. We welcome your opinions and want to hear from you about ways to improve CA vs. Hate.