Heal From Hate Application
Application available in:
简化字 Simplified Chinese (
한국어 Korean (
The Heal From Hate program by Soar Over Hate provides free therapy to victims of anti-Asian hate incidents needing financial assistance for therapy.
Selected participants will be matched with culturally competent Asian therapists who speak their preferred language. Up to 10 sessions will be covered.
Applications are rolling throughout the fall and winter of 2021. If you are not accepted for this round, you may be contacted for participation in the future. If you are selected, we will follow up via email with next steps. In the meantime, we hope that anyone reading this receives the support and care they need to heal.
*If your life or someone else’s life is in imminent danger, please call 911. If you are in a crisis and need immediate help, please call 1-877-990-8585, Mental Health Association of NYC (Available 24 hours; English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Fujianese are offered.)*
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Do you identify as AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander)?
Are you currently living in New York?
If not, in which state do you currently reside? Please note, Heal From Hate is currently only open to New York State residents.
Have you experienced an anti-Asian hate incident? (violent or non-violent)
What is your household income?
$0 - $25,000
$25,001 - $50,000
$50,001 - $75,000
$75,001 - $100,000
What language would you prefer your therapy sessions to be conducted in?
Chinese - Mandarin
Chinese - Cantonese
Chinese - other dialect
Are you currently, or have you previously seen a therapist?
If yes, and you are selected to participate, would you prefer to continue sessions with your current provider?
If space limitations unfortunately prevent us from accepting you, would you be interested in a free group therapy session (via Zoom or phone) led by a licensed therapist?
Optional: Please feel free to use this space to elaborate on the reasons you are seeking therapy.
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