Programs

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The Korean Resource Center works in the following issue areas:

  • Health Access Project seeks to improve the health status of Korean Americans, foster a belief that health care should be incorporated into our daily lives and ensure Korean American representation in the health policy, funding, and education.
  • Through Social Services, KRC provides low income families, seniors and children with pro bono consultation on accessing to federal or state government sponsored health care programs which include Healthy Families, Healthy Kids, Medi-Cal for children and AIM etc. and assists them to fill out application forms for those programs.
  • Through Education, KRC holds on-going community forums to address the social and political issues that impact Korean Americans. Moreover, KRC partners with the National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC) to publish educational materials on critical issues such as hate crimes, census 2000, and immigrant-related legislation & policies.
  • Immigrant Rights
  • Voter Empowerment
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