KCSC’s domestic violence victim assistance program is the first and only accredited Asian domestic violence service provider in the State of Virginia.
KCSC operates a 24/7 domestic violence hotline to assist dv clients in a confidential and time-sensitive manner. KCSC offers a range of linguistically competent and culturally sensitive services to victims of domestic violence to develop and create solutions to stop domestic violence in our community. Services are either provided directly or referrals are made to other collaborating service providers. KCSC also provides many seminars and trainings to the community.
The following services are available:
Domestic Violence happens everywhere. (우리 가까이에 존재하는 가정폭력 )
Impact of domestic violence on children (가정폭력의 또다른 피해자, 아이들 )
Judicial/Law Enforcement Responses to Domestic Violence (가정폭력 관련 법률 시스템 )
KCSC Domestic Violence Project Services (워싱턴한인복지센터 가정폭력 프로그램 안내)
Contact: VA- Jihye Kim, 703-354-6345 (X108); Soo Jin Kim (X105)/ MD- Soo Jin Kim, 240-683-6663
Contact: Jee Young Suk, 703-354-6345 (X106)
The “Home Sweet Home” project is federally funded through the Healthy Marriage and Relationship Initiative of the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Serving the Korean communities of the Washington DC metropolitan area, New York City, NY, and Bergen County, NJ as well as the Chinese and Vietnamese communities of the metro DC area, the Home Sweet Home project consists of five (5) components that help to strengthen marital and family relationships, including:
Contact Kwangsuk Hutchinson, Mihyang Um for Korean Community; 703-354-6345
Mindy Ni, Haley Huang for Chinese Community; 703-354-6345