Groundbreaking! This is getting real!

by Holden Leung

  • Posted on March 23, 2017

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NEWS For Immediate Release—March 16, 2017 CONTACT Nancy Ho Dir: 503-872-8822×236 (M-TH, 8:00am -6:00pm) Email:[email protected] GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY You are cordially invited to join the groundbreaking ceremony of the Asian Health and Service Center’s capital project in Lents Town Center. Date: April 22nd 2017, Saturday Time: ceremony starts at 11:00 am. Location: 9035 SE Foster Rd.…



FamilyCare Presented $2 Million Check to AHSC Bridge Campaign

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Press Release: https://www.familycareinc.org/explore/familycare-health-presents-2-million-check-to-asian-health-service-center FamilyCare Health CEO Jeff Heatherington presented $2 million check to AHSC Board Chair Dr.Erik Szeto, which is the gift that supports the development of Asian Cancer Resource and Support Center at our upcoming new facility in Lents Neiborhood.  



The Asian Reporter Article – When East meets Northwest

by Holden Leung

From The Asian Reporter, V26, #9 (May 2, 2016), pages 10 & 15. The Asian Reporter – May 2, 2016 Full Issue AHSC to open new facility by 35th anniversary By Julie Stegeman The Asian Reporter The Asian Health & Service Center (AHSC) is working toward moving to a new permanent home. The organization, founded in…



Portland Development Commission – News & Events More good news for Lents

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  • Posted on April 20, 2016

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More good news for Lents April 15, 2016 A key puzzle piece in the revitalization of Lents Town Center fell into place in early April with the purchase of the New Copper Penny property by Palindrome Communities, one of several developer teams PDC is working with on mixed-use projects in the area. The property at…



U.S Senator Jeff Merkley Visits AHSC – Praises plans for a permanent AHSC facility

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AHSC Press Release – Senator Jeff Merkley 3-16-16 March 16, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE S.E. Portland – U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley visited the Asian Health & Service Center (AHSC) in SE Portland, on Friday, March 11th. AHSC staff briefed the Senator on the organization’s plans to build a new, permanent 30,000 square foot facility. AHSC can no…



FamilyCare Health Invests $2,000,000 in AHSC Capital Campaign

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News Release from FamilyCare Health PORTLAND, Ore. March 7, 2016 — Today, FamilyCare Health announced an investment of $2,000,000 to the Asian Health & Service Center (AHSC) to support the construction of a new $13.2 million primary and behavioral health care facility located in the heart of the Lents neighborhood in SE Portland. The 30,500…



Lents Development Project Open House

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Lents Town Center Open House October 30, 2015 An open house held Tuesday, October 27 at the Lents Activity Center focused on the progress made thus far on four catalytic, mixed-use projects in Lents Town Center. More than 150 participants explored the preliminary designs for the housing, services and retail projects proposed by the development…



Meyer Memorial Trust awarded $500,000 grants to Asian Health and Service Center

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October 2015 Awards Announced Article by KIMBERLY A.C. WILSON Director of Communications Human Services and Social Benefit grants featured heavily in the October 2015 awards. At the October program meeting, Meyer Memorial Trust made 27 grants to more than $3.6 million to a variety of tax exempt organizations, for projects ranging from a child abuse…



OregonLive – Portland poised to sell 3 city-owed properties in Lents, make development loans

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Source: Oregon Live 6-23-2015 By Elliot Njus | The Oregonian/OregonLive on June 23, 2015 at 2:32 PM, updated June 23, 2015 at 2:33 PM The Portland Development Commission is poised to sell three plots of land in Southeast Portland’s Lents neighborhood and extend $16.3 million in loans to kick-start development. The commission’s board on Wednesday will…