Crisis Hotline

 - Average 35-50 Calls

Services

a) Translation

b) Referrals

   - Housing

   - Legal

    - Public Benefits

   - Court

   - Emotional


Outreach Information & Education

a) Immigration Assistance

b) Support for Human Trafficking Victims

c) Tobacco Prevention Campaigns

d) Smoke Free Homes Campaigns

e) Free Legal Clinics

f) Bhutanese Refugee Program

g) Senior Programs


Health  initiatives


a) Monthly Clinic

 - Blood Pressure

 - BMI

 - Diabetes

 - Flu Shots

 - Prescreening

  - Referrals

b) Annual Health Fair

  - Access to Specialists

  - Education

  - Honoring Choices

Ekta Prakash

Board Member



Omesh Johar, Ph.D.

Board Member

Omesh is an assistant professor at Central State University, in Ohio. He holds a PhD in Psychology from Iowa State University. He worked at the University of St. Thomas from 2014-2016, where he managed a behavioral research center. His research focuses on emotional experiences. He is passionate about social justice and human rights.

Alyssa Putzer

Board Member



Formed in 2004, SEWA-AIFW  is a non-governmental, nonprofit 501c3 organization  committed to bringing total family wellness to the South Asian Indian community. According to the 2010 Census, the South Asian population is the second largest Asian Immigrant group in Minnesota, 38,000+.  SEWA-AIFW serves the vulnerable and undeserved populations from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan,       Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Trinidad, Guyana, and the Caribbean diaspora.

Usha Mishra

Board Member



Senior's Programs

a) Monthly Lunch Events

 - Education

- Socialization

- Lectures

b) House Visits

c) Quarterly Picnics


Women's Programs

a) Community Outreach Quarterly Events:

- Education

- Socialization

- Empowerment

b) Free Webinars

c) Domestic Violence Program

d) Economic

Empowerment


Our Team (under construction)

Confidential & Culturally Specific Service









mission & vision


Serve and promote “Total Family Wellness” for Asian-Indians in Minnesota by


- Addressing immediate needs of families in crisis.

- Providing outreach services to under-served communities.
- Promoting research to determine the services needed and to build bridges between the government, private foundations, and communities.
- Creating a group of trained volunteers sensitive to the ethnic and cultural needs of the Asian-Indian community.

Our Founding Members And Awards

24x7 Crisis Line (952) 912 - 9100

initiatives

Total Family Wellness.

Sewa - Aifw (Asian Indian Family Wellness)

Connect with our team at large in Minnesota and beyond!

Ankita Deka, Associate Professor of Social Work at Augsburg College

Anjuli Mishra

Prabha Singh

Niyati Patel

Sushila Shah