The Asian Ethnic Culture Specific Wellness Center is designed to help create access and linkage to treatment that improves timely engagement with behavioral health services for clients and/or families from unserved and underserved Asian Ethnic Culture Specific Communities using strategies that are non-stigmatizing and non-discriminatory. The goals for the Wellness Center are to increase access to ethnic and culturally sensitive reflective, strengths-based prevention and early intervention behavioral health services, outreach, education, wellness groups and workshops, and to reduce disparities utilizing a networking model among the various stakeholders, and to build trust between the community and service providers.


– Plan, organize, recruit, and run wellness center groups and workshops for behavioral health clients, their family members, and residents of the various Asian ethnic communities in Santa Clara County area.
– Ability to provide wellness center services both in-person and via telehealth options.
– Provide community health education, wellness and recovery groups, prevention strategies, culturally specific wellness activities, and referrals to community mental health treatment facilities.
– Delivery of outreach and wellness education to hard-to-reach segments of the unserved and underserved Asian communities.
– Actively and continuously promote services through various multilingual resource guides, newsletters, and social media platforms, etc., within the Asian ethnic communities and County behavioral health organizations.
– Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their challenges.
– Act as client advocates to coordinate required services that promote clients’ individual self-sufficiency and independence.
– Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients’ treatment and services.


– Possess a current driver’s license, safe driving record, and have auto insurance.
– Willingness to work some evenings and weekends as needed.
– Ability to prepare and keep documentation of clinical records up to date.
– Assess clients’ needs and demonstrate the ability to effectively problem-solve.
– Ability to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Asian ethnic-specific communities.
– Bilingual proficiency in both English and one of the Asian languages of the targeted ethnic communities.


– Minimum 2 years of experience in providing mental health services.
– Minimum 2 years of college in human services.
– Bachelor or Master degrees preferred.

If interested, please send resume & cover letter to: