programs

The Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Association offers holistic programs that are geared towards helping individuals/families to become self-sufficient.  

Whether it is a phone call to your social worker or participation in one of the programs we have, we are happy to assist you in any way that we can.  

Please contact us if you have any questions about of our programs.

Assisting Hmong victims of crime to understand and participate in the Criminal Justice System and provide a culturally competent response to the emotional needs of Hmong crime victims in the greater Chippewa Valley area.

Culturally and linguistically specific prevention and advocacy services for victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children in the greater Chippewa Valley.  

A sexual assault advocacy program that works with victims and survivors of sexual assault in providing supportive counseling, advocacy and/or other services in the greater Chippewa Valley.

A weekly trauma-informed program that focuses on physical and mental health educational programming for Hmong elders 50+ years old in Eau Claire. 

Building Bridges is a mentoring program for middle and high school youths aimed at promoting healthy alternatives, healthy relationships and achieving academic success.

Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Assocition owns and operates income-based rentals for low and very-low income families. The Housing Liaison assists qualifying low-income families access and obtain safe and affordable housing in Eau Claire.

Emergency rent payment assistance to low-income families at risk of losing their permanent housing or families seeking permanent housing.  Low-income families are assisted when funds are available. 

 

Rice in bags of 25 pounds is available to families with income below 200% of the federal poverty level from 12-4pm on Wednesdays in Eau Claire and 8am-12pm on Thursdays at the Bridge to Hope in Menomonie. 

Civic Engagement Initiative

The Civic Engagement Initiative is to increase the number of Hmong folks in local leaderships, voting and citizenship. 

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Email: officemanager@ecahmaa.org

Phone: (715) 832-8420

Fax:  (715) 832-0612

 

Address:

1320 West Clairemont Avenue

Eau Claire, WI 54701

 

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

24Hr Crisis/After Hours Interpretation: 

(715) 864-6331

 

WI Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline

1(877) 740-4292

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