Thank you for taking our survey. Your responses will help inform HCAP programming, and most importantly, our efforts to educate the broader Hunter community on Asian and Asian American student experiences.
If you would like to share this survey or fill out another survey, please use this link: https://cunyhunter.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1L0TmUhdE53hTXT
If you’re interested in getting involved in projects to share your story as an Asian/Asian American college student, we’d love to hear from you. If you have any questions, want to change your permission provided, or connect with HCAP – please email HCAP Program Director, Caitlin Ho: email@example.com
We know this is a scary and uncertain time for all. Asian and Asian American communities have also experienced heightened fear and discrimination related to COVID-19. Please know that the HCAP team is here to support students and connect you to resources.
To report anti-Asian harrassment or discrimination in NYC, call 311 or the New York Attorney General’s Hate Crimes Hotline at 1-800-771-7755 or visit the Asian American Federation’s Reporting Website. National online report forms include: Stop AAPI Hate and Stand Against Hatred.
If you are experiencing distress, here are some community- and Hunter-specific resources
- NYC Well – NYC Well is available 24/7 to provide a range of mental health support for all New Yorkers and can be reached by calling 1-888-NYC-Well (692-9355), texting “Well” to 65173, or on the web at nyc.gov/nycwell.
- Crisis Text Line – Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor or visit: https://www.crisistextline.org
The following clinics are partnered with HCAP and offer specialized mental health services for AAPI Clients. They are all taking new clients for remote (i.e. video/phone) sessions at this time. Use the listed contact info to set up an appointment:
- Child Center of New York: Elmhurst Clinic (Queens Residents Only) 718-899-9810
- Child Center of New York: Flushing Clinic 718-358-8288
- Nasiha Counseling: Downtown Manhattan, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hamilton Madison House: Manhattan Chinatown 212-349-3724
- South Beach Ft. Hamilton Clinic: Brooklyn (Brooklyn Residents Only) 718-680-0006
- University Settlement: Manhattan Chinatown: 212-453-4522
Many families are experiencing an increase in fighting, physically and verbally, during the COVID Crisis. The following are resources that also provide support for any individuals experiencing violence in their relationships or in their homes:
- Korean American Family Service Center: 718-460-3800
- Sakhi for South Asian Women: 212-868-6741
- Sanctuary for Families: 212-349-6009
- Safe Horizon: 1-800-621-4673
- Womankind: 1-888-888-7702
Hunter College Resources: Emergency Fund, Center for Counseling and Wellness, Hunter College AANAPISI Project
To learn more about community mental health resources, students can schedule a 1:1 resource consultation with HCAP’s Mental Health Coordinator, Dr. Marcia Liu. If you are interested, please email her at: email@example.com.