We aim to build a vibrant Sukhi community while removing the stigma associated with asking for support. It’s a big task, helping our members navigate the complexities of being human.At Sukhi, we’re working to be part of something bigger than ourselves. We believe in the power of connectivity which is why we promote community both on and offline.
Digital Talk Circles
We host virtual discussions on a variety of topics that focus on the intersectionality of community and wellness. Discussions are anonymous, discrete, thoughtful, and moderated by one of our trained facilitators. Sign up using the button below!
Connect with like-minded individuals at one of our regional meetups! We partner with cultural centers, community based organizations, and universities to host events, if you’re interested in co-hosting, please contact us.
Sukhi Events Calendar
Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia
Their mission is to address, prevent, and end domestic violence and sexual assault in Asian/Pacific Islander communities while empowering survivors to rebuild their lives after abuse.
Their mission is to encourage healthy, open dialogue of mental health issues in an effort to remove stigma, improve awareness, and promote self care.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project’s mission is to ensure that Marylander’s with limited resources requesting mental health care are provided access to volunteer licensed mental health professionals and other necessary supportive services.
SAMHIN strives to meet a wide variety of mental health needs of the South Asian Community in the United States.
JR is the CEO of CoffeeWithJR and a professional speaker and trainer. He is also the Co-Founder of Friends DO Make a Difference, a mental health training program designed for college students.
NAAPIMHA’s mission is to promote the mental health and well being of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Eric Lee is a photographer currently based in Washington, DC. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Naomi is a Graduate Research Assistant at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She has been working with the Sukhi Project to find resources in the Asian American community for mental health services. She can be reached at email@example.com.