Vietnamese Program Coordinator
Anh–Dao Huynh has over 12 years of experience working in the Vietnamese community–advocating for persons with developmental disabilities and mental health. Being a life-long advocate for Vietnamese families and her son, Anh–Dao is fluent in Vietnamese and has experience as a peer mentor and warmline coordinator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)–helping families navigate through varying aspects of mental health-related issues. Her passion is to help families struggling to achieve stability while caring for persons with developmental disabilities and mental health. Anh Dao also runs weekend education and mentoring support groups for parents with children with developmental disabilities and mental health through VAMHA.