Asian Pacific Development Center
Asian Pacific Development Center of Colorado (APDC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supporting the Asian American Pacific Islander community. For 35 years we have been committed to providing culturally appropriate behavioral health, primary medical care, and related services through an integrated system of care. Our holistic approach addresses the total well-being of individuals and families living in our community. Asian refugees and immigrants face barriers of language, culture, and generational issues, underlying social determinants that impact well-being. To address poverty, literacy, education, employment, and access to a plethora of specialized support systems, we contribute to the empowerment and overall whole health of our clients. Our vision is for our communities to be healthy and empowered.
Integrated Care ServicesAPDC offers a complete and comprehensive Integrated System of Care that meets the needs of the AAPI, and other communities that we are currently serving in Aurora and throughout the Denver Metro Area. These blended services ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to Behavioral Health, Primary Medical Care, Adult Education, Youth Mentoring and Leadership, Victim Assistance, Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance, Legal Aid, and Translation and Interpretation through Colorado Language Connection. We are committed to offering accessible and affordable health care blending Eastern, Western, and Pacific Islander traditions.
Our Other Locations:
Westminster High School: Youth Leadership Academy
6933 Raleigh St. Room A322F, Westminster, CO 80030
Hinkley High School: Youth Leadership Academy
1250 Chambers Road Room 2403, Aurora, CO 80011