Health Insurance Navigator Program
Our In-Person Counselors (IPCs) and Navigators provide free in-person assistance all eligible candidates for enrolling Medicaid and All Kids Care, etc.
MAHA Community Health Center
Our Community Health Center provides comprehensive health
education, screening, and immunization to the Asian American clients who have no health insurance. Click for more information.
Community Mental Health Clinic
MAHA community mental health clinic promotes public awareness about the mental health problems in the Asian American populations and provides community support, counseling services, and therapy.
Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Prevention Program
MAHA operates a free Hepatitis B Clinic in Chicago Chinatown and provides hepatitis B education, screening, and immunization to high risk Asian Americans.
Substance Abuse Prevention Program
The purpose of this program is to build a McKinley Park Underage Drinking and Other Substance Prevention Coalition (McK-UDOS) to reduce underage drinking and marijuana use.
Seafood Consumption and Mercury Study Program
MAHA collaborates with the researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health to measure levels of mercury and estimate levels of PCBs.
The Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA) is a non-profit, 501 ©3 organization established in 2003 with a mission to reduce health disparities for the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in the Midwest through developing and providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services, including community outreach education, screening, immunization, linkage to care, capacity building, data collection, research, and policy advocacy. MAHA accomplishes it mission through collaborating with Asian community-based organizations (CBOs), public health institutions, health care providers, academic institutions, public health departments, local and national advocacy organizations, and volunteers.