The Korean American Senior Center strives to be a leading force in supporting the elderly, with a primary focus on Korean Americans in metropolitan Chicago, by assisting them to obtain and sustain a sense of dignity and improved quality of life. This is achieved through:
- Assistance in understanding and obtaining government benefits
- In-home services and individual counseling
- Public Policy advocacy
- Citizenship, language and other training services
- Cultural Arts activities; and
- Outreach Program
To assist Korean immigrant elderly and disabled persons in the Metropolitan Chicago area who are in need of support in adjusting to a new language and culture.
To educate and help non/limited English speaking Korean elderly to understand, protect, and advocate for their privileges and rights as residents and citizens of the United States.
To promote mental wellness, physical well being, and self-sufficiency of Korean elderly in order to help them maintain their dignity and self-worth.
To advocate for and protect the rights of Korean elderly.
To educate the community about issues pertaining to Korean elderly.
To provide a full array of social services to Korean elderly to help them maintain a full, happy life.
Saturday, Jul 31, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time
Sunday, Aug 1, 2021
Tuesday, Aug 3, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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