Highlights

  • Census & Me Live Stream Replay
  • Hurricane & Emergency Preparedness Workshop and Raffle
  • Vocational Training Program Begins October
  • Health & Wellness Virtual Classes
  • Asian American Health Survey
  • Antibody Testing Survey

Census & Me: View Live Stream Replay

“人口普查與我的關係”說明會

普通話 LIVE 錄影重播
為什麼參加人口普查這麼重要?什麼人需要參加?過去的人口普查對社區產生了什麼樣的變化?我們將邀請社會各界人士共同分享體會與心得,並誠邀您一同觀看直播。

A panel of Houston’s local leaders, educators, and business owners gathered earlier this month to share with you about the personal and community impact of 2020 Census. By educating ourselves about how the 2020 Census will affect us, let us move into action and make sure that your community is accurately represented for the next 10 years.

Watch Census & Me Live Stream Replay | Mandarin Chinese
 

Upcoming Events

Hurricane & Emergency Preparedness Workshop

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020 | 12 p.m.- 1 p.m. CDT
Register and attend full workshop to participate in a raffle!

 
Join us to learn how to prepare yourself for the upcoming hurricane season. We will cover best practices in preparing for an emergency, creating a household emergency plan, what to include in a go-bag/kit, and who to contact for help during emergencies.

CCC will also raffle off a limited number of emergency supply kits valued at $120. See registration form for details.

Find out what’s in our Emergency Kit Raffle Prize:

Emergency Kit Sneak Peak Part 1
Emergency Kit Sneak Peak Part 2

Register for Webinar Today
 

Free Vocational Training Program Begins in October

Now offering free virtual Certified Nurse Assistant and Child Development Associate classes this October. Save $170 of registration fee by enrolling in our program today.

All interested participants must attend an orientation, which are offered every Wednesday online. Upcoming session is on 9/16/2020 at 2:30 p.m. CDT. Visit ccchouston.org/foc for more information.

Register for Orientation
 

HEALTH & WELLNESS | Virtual Classes

Museum of Fine Arts Speakers Bureau:
The Beck Collection
Friday, September 18, 2020 | 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Engagement and exposure to creative art helps build resilience and gives us tools to process complex feelings. 

Join Wendy Adler as she discusses Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works from the Museum of Fine Arts Houston’s Beck Collection. She’ll be discussing artists such as Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, and the way that the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist periods laid the path for more progressive and modern art movements.

Save the following Zoom link information and join us this Friday.

Zoom link: bit.ly/2ZAT0iy
Meeting ID: 864 774 8041
Passcode: 12345

 
Matter of Balance:
Fall Prevention Tips and Exercises
Date: Every Wednesday
Last class: 9/23/20
Time: 1:30 p.m.

RSVP: pearl@ccchouston.org 

Tai-chi for ArthritisDate: Every Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
Language: English and ChineseEligibility: Participant must be aged 60+ and must be a Harris County resident.

RSVP: jenny@ccchouston.org

Find out more
 

5-Minutes Health Awareness Survey

Do you identify as Chinese or Chinese American?
 
Participate in a 5-minutes anonymous survey and provide information that will help improve the mental health conditions of the Chinese and/or Chinese American community.

This survey is in collaboration with Hope Clinic and is made possible by the Hogg Foundation.

English: Asian American Attaining Awareness Survey
 
亞裔心理健康問卷調查
 
亞裔的身心健康需要被重視,請幫助我們填寫這份匿名的心理健康問卷,
讓我們了解亞裔社區的需要,以更好的服務社區。

 您的五分鐘可以改變亞裔人的生活品質請點擊下面的連結

中文調查鏈接
 

Houston Health Department
COVID-19 Antibody Testing Survey

The Houston Health Department (HHD), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine are collaborating to conduct an antibody testing survey to better understand how many people have already been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. The results of this effort will help inform future strategies to stop the spread of COVID-19.

While participation is completely voluntary, if your home is selected, we encourage you to participate and help slow the spread.

Follow the Houston Health Department on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for more information. #BetterTogether

Learn More
 

Special Thanks

CCC would like to thank the following donors and community partners for generously supporting our COVID-19 relief efforts:
  • Greater Houston COVID-19 Recovery Fund Grant jointly led by the United Way of Greater Houston and the Greater Houston Community Foundation
  • Harris County and the Harris County COVID-19 Relief Fund
  • Gulf Coast Community Services Association, Inc.
  • Asian American Youth Giving Circle (AAYGC)
  • BBVA
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Capital One
  • Cathay Bank Foundation
  • Chinese Civic Center
  • East West Bank
  • H-E-B
  • Mark and Alice Lee
  • MedX Pharmacy
  • NBA and State Farm
  • The Powell Foundation
  • The Rockwell Fund
  • Southwest Management District
  • Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce of North America
 
 
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Your donation helps us serve 20,000 Greater Houstonians annually.
 
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