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Each year, the GALA brings community members, sponsors, donors, and supporters to celebrate and raise unrestricted funds for SAHARA’s programs and services. This festive evening includes dinner, entertainment, live and silent auctions, and other opportunities to contribute. For additional GALA information, please click here.

For additional information on donations, sponsorship opportunities, news and event information, please contact the Administrative Manager at (562) 402-4132, or email

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In light of the recent white supremacist terror attack against the Muslim community in New Zealand, we’d like to remind everyone that we are here to offer emotional and mental health support. ... See more

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PREVIEW: SAHARA 3rd Segment - Domestic Violence - Dr. Seema & Dr. Rubina

SAHARA's very own Board Members, Dr. Seema Arora (psychologist) and Dr. Rubina Najeeb (psychiatrist) talk about social and cultural issues and how Domestic Violence affects the emotional well-being ... See more

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SAHARA is hosting a Legal Assistance & Public Benefits Community Clinic at the Buena Park Gurdwara on Sunday, March 17th, from 10am-3pm. SAHARA staff will be present to help community members apply ... See more

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SAHARA was honored to be a part of The California Conference for Equality and Justice’s 28th Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast this past Friday in Long Beach. We learned about how CCEJ responds to ... See more

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Happy International Women’s Day from the SAHARA Family!

We at SAHARA congratulate our community members and allies today on International Women’s Day. In an effort to support survivors of all ... See more

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Photos from South Asian Helpline and Referral Agency's post

SAHARA collaborated with South Asian Network to give a presentation on culturally sensitive mental health practices for the South Asian community at the Department of Rehabilitation’s-Asian Task ... See more

2 months ago

SAHARA’s very own Friyana & Bilal spoke at Cal State Fullerton’s Asian American Resource Center’s panel: “Getting Started in Non-Profit Work”. Are you interested in getting involved or ... See more

2 months ago

SAHARA’s Senior Health & Wellness Program at our community partner organization, Joy of Sharing, was a great success! Participants had the opportunity to discuss how to stay healthy and set new ... See more

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Check out SAHARA’s Mental Health Clinician, Payal Sawhney’s segment on Showbiz India tomorrow on KSCI, Channel 18 on antenna in LA from 10-11am. She will be talking about mental health in the ... See more

With over 25 million viewers for the last 20 years, Showbiz India has taken the lead in today's entertainment world. The show delivers everything from exclus...

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