SEWA-AIFW

SEWA-AIFW
Asian Indian Family Wellness

1101 Snelling Avenue North
St. Paul, MN 55108

Office: 763-234-8301

Crisis Line: 952-912-9100

www.sewa-aifw.org
info@sewa-aifw.org

An organization founded to serve and promote ‘Total Family Wellness” to the Asian Indian population of Minnesota through a number of services, including a crisis line and a Bhutanese Refugee Program.  The crisis line is open 24 hours/day 7 day/week and is staffed by advocates from the Asian-Indian community.  They provide advocacy, direct services and referrals to resources.

The Bhutanese Refugee Program includes cultural orientation, referrals to ESL classes, vocation training, donations of food and clothes, driving lesson and a monthly health fair.

Language/Translation:
Nepali
Hindi
All other dialects from the sub-continent
Arabic
Urdu

Payment/Cost:
None

Service Restrictions:
Although they will help anyone, their expertise is in working with Asian Indian refugees and immigrants.

Limited office hours:
Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm by appointment only.

Tips/Recommendations:
Callers need to be accessible by phone for a call back from the organization.

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