About Us

About APDC

The Asian Pacific Development Center is a community-based, nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) organization founded in 1980 to serve the needs of a growing population of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) residents throughout Colorado.
To advance the well-being of Asian American Pacific Islander communities of Colorado by providing culturally appropriate and integrated behavioral, medical and related services.
For our communities to be healthy and empowered.

APDC Core Values

  • We Strive to be a leader of integrated care services to benefit our communities.
  • We strive to be community-driven by seeing the needs of the clients as the driving force behind the decisions we make.
  • We treat each client and each other with dignity and respect.
  • We strive to be culturally competent.
  • We are a resource to others.
  • We educate and enhance our clients’ livelihoods by promoting their health and well-being.
  • We are accountable to ourselves and to our communities.
  • We strive to provide services that are accessible and affordable.
  • We strive to include the diversity of people represented in our community on our staff and board.

Our History:

After the fall of Saigon, Colorado experienced an influx of Southeast Asian immigrants and refugees. Those who sought refuge in Colorado faced challenges in overcoming mental health conditions with major language barrier. In 1980, a group of community leaders recognized these unmet needs and mobilized Colorado’s Asian American community to create the Asian Pacific Development Center.


APDC successfully tackled the mental health issues facing the Asian refugee population, becoming the only organization in the entire state of Colorado to provide culturally specific and congruent services for and staffed by Asians who are bi-lingual and bi-cultural. Today, we continue to be the sole leader in advancing the well-being of Asian communities by providing a fully integrated system of care which includes medical and behavioral health services, adult education, youth programming, victim assistance, an interpreter’s banks and legal clinic.

Our Communities:

Approximately 74% of the AAPI population in Colorado is immigrant-status so the language and culture are significant factors that need to be addressed for access to services and effective implementation of community outreach and education. APDC strives to remain culturally sensitive and cognizant of the changing needs of the communities served.

Our Partners:

Aurora Mental Health Center Logo

At Aurora Mental Health Center – a private, nonprofit community mental health organization serving people with a wide range of mental health needs, our goal is to promote mental health to enable people to truly live their life to the fullest. Since 1975, we have provided an array of proven mental health services to children, adults, and families needing professional guidance.

To promote a healthy mental well-being, we offer wellness and life coaching classes like happiness class, stress management, and parenting and family relationship management. And by providing appropriate treatment and counseling services, we continue to help many cope with the daily stresses of life, manage their mental illness, and live full and rewarding lifestyles.

Administrative Offices

Viewpoint Plaza Center
11059 E. Bethany Dr., Suite 200
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Phone (303) 617-2300 / Fax: (303) 617-2397 / info@aumhc.org
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Metro Community Provider Network logo

Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Denver metro area since 1989. Our health centers offer services that include well child visits, immunizations, physicals, and chronic disease management. Our prenatal care is provided at the Jeffco, Englewood and North Aurora Family Health Services Centers. Each of our health centers provide limited pharmacy and lab support as well as the ability to arrange services through referrals. Our mission – Partner with the Community to Provide Excellent, Culturally Sensitive Health Services to Meet the Needs of Each Individual…Every Touch, Every Time. MCPN is committed to expanding and creating an infrastructure that provides excellent healthcare and wraparound services to our communities.

Metro Community Provider Network
3701 S. Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113-3611
Phone: (303) 761-1977
Fax: (303) 761-2787
To Make an Appointment: (303) 360-6276 Option # 3
Financial Intake: (303) 360-6276 Option # 3
Questions About Your Bill or To Make a Payment: (303) 360-6276 Option # 7
Teen Clinic Information Line: (303) 762-6540