AMPLIFY is an alternative activities program that uses arts & media to promote positive youth development and leadership. We are a free afterschool and summer program for all youth ages 9-18 in the Santa Clara County where youth get to learn about different forms of creative art and how to use it in a positive way for their community.
AACI’s Domestic Violence Program was created to address the unmet needs of Asian American women and children, the primary victims of domestic violence.
By providing direct services that prioritize linguistic and cultural needs, and by cooperating with other service providers, AACI seeks to bridge service gaps and create a support network for abused Asian Americans.
Since 1990 the goal of the AACI Driving Under the Influence Program has been to assist persons participating in the program, recognize their chemical dependency and to assist them in recovery.
Our objective is to help those convicted of a DUI offense, minimize the likelihood that they will ever again drive a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
A diabetes registry allows physicians to more closely monitor trends and patterns in patients’ health status and make appropriate care and treatment recommendations.
The AACI HIV Outreach, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) Program aims to reduce the incidence of HIV infection in the Asian and Pacific Islander community by engaging the community in Santa Clara County through outreach activities, community events, educational workshops, and by providing free HIV Rapid Testing and Counseling.
In 1976, AACI began serving Asian American seniors by providing mental health programs. In 1985, its services expanded to include English as a Second Language classes, citizenship classes, outreach and translation services. After over twenty years of serving the senior community, the program has evolved to promote API seniors’ independence in Santa Clara County.