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The third Wellness Pillar allows peers, family members, and mental wellness advocates to create meaningful activities together to connect, interact, and make friends where we can spiritually grow, and strengthen our diverse and rich Asian American ethnic identities as well as help protect against illness and build resilience.
The Wellness Pillar can redefine and strengthen your role in the community and give a deep personal meaning of dignity and gratification to help not only your own recovery but other Asian American peer's path to recovery.
We encourage peers and family members to get together and create meaningful wellness activities. Here are some activities ideas: 1000 Cranes for Recovery display workshop, learning and practicing Zen or Tibetan meditation, practicing Tai Chi, learning how to cook healthy Asian dishes, or celebrating together the Chinese lunar year.
1000 Origami Crane
The importance of a community with quality relationships, connections, and interactions on a person's mental well-being cannot be understated.
Come make new friends and join our 1000 Origami Crane for Wellness
The 1000 Cranes is based on an old Japanese tradition where community members unite to fold 1000 beautiful origami cranes to wish for wellness.
The Korean, Chinese, and Japanese communities have joined hands to create this display in time for the month of May's Asian American and Mental Health month. Collaborating community organizations will be organizing free 1000 Origami Cranes for Wellness workshops throughout Los Angeles County for Asian American community members. Email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
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