Asian American Resource Foundation, Inc

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Fulling Self-Sufficiency for Underprivileged
Company Name
Asian American Resource Foundation, Inc
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Phone Number
3635 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
Suite 450
Duluth, Georgia, 30096
United States
Year Established
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday : 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

About Asian American Resource Foundation, Inc

The Asian American Resource Foundation (AARC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1997 by the late Reverend Henry Jee to serve the special needs of Asian American in the metropolitan Atlanta area, specifically focusing efforts in Gwinnett County. AARC focuses on strengthening the Asian American community, increasing cultural awareness, and encouraging communication and cooperation within the diverse Atlanta community.

AARC was formed as a result of the Welfare Reform Act of 1996, which effectively limited government support services and benefits to immigrants. Since its inception, AARC continuously seeks to meet the demand for human services in the Asian American community. AARC provides human services, education, and job placement to the poor and disadvantaged members of the Asian community in metro Atlanta. It assists the elderly, jobless, single mothers, and unskilled people to break through language, cultural, and social barriers in effort to obtain self-sufficiency and stability.