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Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence - What We Do
How do we break borders? For some, it's through our voices and our lived experiences. For others, it's by listening to the stories of those who have been previously silenced. By raising awareness about domestic violence and the unique struggles that immigrants API victims specifically experience, we aim to uplift marginalized, yet universal narratives of struggle, healing, separation and belonging. More information, as well as the registration link can be found here. We hope to see you there! Despite losing some vital federal funding, we are still determined to deliver the same level of services to our clients, who inspire us with their desire to overcome domestic violence.
Asian Shelter and Advocacy Program
The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence is currently seeking candidates to join our diverse staff in the following positions:. The Lowell Office Coordinator position is based out of our Lowell site and serves the community in Greater Lowell and the Northeastern Region of MA; though services extend throughout Massachusetts and occasionally bordering states to provide needed services to Pan-Asian victims, survivors, and their children. The ideal candidate will be a passionate advocate for victims, survivors and their children and will work as a team member of ATASK to provide comprehensive services to the Asian community. We are an equal opportunity employer.
A United Way-affiliated agency, our mission is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. With over forty distinct Asian languages and cultures represented in the Greater Boston and Lowell areas, linguistically and culturally accessible resources are vital to our ability to provide outreach, education, prevention, and direct services to the many families in need in Asian communities. Our advocates — all of whom are bilingual Asians — deliver culturally and linguistically appropriate care that best addresses the needs of our clients. Asian immigrant communities face many challenges in adjusting to life in a new country.