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Project SUC KHOE MOI ("New Health")

1370 Tully Rd Ste 501
San Jose CA 95122-3056
Phone 408-271-3900
Fax 408-271-3909
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Language assistance available in: English, Vietnamese, Khmere, Tagalog, Korean, Hindi, Japanese, Cantonese

Project Suc Khoe Moi is a comprehensive outpatient treatment program, targeting adult CalWORKs participants who are predominately Asian/Pacific Islander females with children. Services included are individual, group and family counseling, dual diagnosis services, case management, crisis counseling, and an extensive assessment and intake process.

Project Suc Khoe Moi is based on the Cognitive Behavioral Therapies model which has been shown to be effective in treating A/PI American clients. The program incorporates lifestyle activities (such as meditation, Acupuncture, martial arts, and massage), spiritual practices, recreational activities (such as walking, weights, and Tai Chi), in an informal environment that emphasizes and sense of collective well being and harm reduction as a tool of engagement, with the goal of abstinence. Using the mind, body, spirit model is culturally competent for our communities as many of the activities are generally accepted and familiar to the A/PI community.

Unique features that will contribute to its success are: Emphasis on healing and well-being; and family oriented activities and on-site child care services; personalized treatment plan for each client rather than a standard curriculum for everyone; focus on interpersonal relationships; and groups are activity based rather than a standard curriculum for everyone; focus on interpersonal relationships; and groups are activity based rather than focused on talking.

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