WE ARE
ASIAN COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL


The ACDC office at Shanghai Plaza is open for APPOINTMENTS ONLY. Per safety guidelines, we will not be accepting walk-ins unless you have a confirmed client services appointment. Please call 702-489-8866 or email info@acdcnv.org. Face coverings are required for staff and guests. You can also find info on services in the Resources & Partnerships tab. 


Thank you to the following supporters who support ACDC’s mission.

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ABOUT US

Educate, Connect, Empower

The mission of the Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) is to improve the general well-being and education of the Asian, Pacific Islander and other ethnic communities in Nevada. The ACDC will promote, foster, champion and advocate for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the greater Nevada community.

SERVICES

Listed below are the main objectives of the Asian Community Development Council.

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Senior Programs

  • Senior Referrals
  • Educational Programs
  • Tax Preparation Assistance Program

Youth Programs

  • Workforce Development
  • Leadership Training
  • College Preparation
  • Mentorship

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Community Programs

  • Voter Education
  • Health Education
  • Pathway to Citizenship
  • Translation Services

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There is a pressing need to establish a coalition that takes the initiative to address issues that are affecting Southern Nevada’s growing AAPI community. The Asian Community Development Council will align the needs of the AAPI community with the philanthropic and community engagement goals of corporations.

Building a better Nevada community for AAPI.

We’ve been mentioned on:

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  • "Asian-Americans will play greater roles in shaping American society and perhaps, more significantly in an election year, they will have an impact at the polls."

    Karthick Ramakrishnan, Political Scientist at the University of California at Riverside

Events

November 2020

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  • EducAsian Series: Emergency Services + Open Enrollment Period [Vietnamese]
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HERE ARE SOME QUICK FACTS ABOUT

  • NEVADA ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITY
  • NEVADA ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITY
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of Nevada's Clark County population is Asian American and Pacific Islander. (US Census Estimate 2013)

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students of Clark County School District (CCSD) are Asian American and Pacific Islander (CCSD Statistics 2012)

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Asian and Pacific Islander students currently attending UNLV (UNLV Office of Decision Support Fall 2014)

Asian Americans in Nevada do not have health insurance

  • In 2012, about 90,000 Asian Americans were registered to vote in Nevada

    Asian American Advancing Justice 2015 Report, "A Community of Contrasts"

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CONTACT


General Mailing: ACDC Headquarters
1027 South Rainbow Blvd #253
Las Vegas, NV 89145

Family Services/Immigration
(In-Person Appointments Only) 
4276 Spring Mountain Road, #207
Las Vegas, NV 89102


EMAIL
info@acdcnv.org


PHONE

702-489-8866

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