Deliver effective, efficient, and accountable services to the community.
Help Asian Americans expand their resource network to achieve self-sufficiency.
Assist new immigrants through active involvement in community activities and civic engagement.
Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington is a non-profit organization, serving the metropolitan DC area, with a mission to assist and empower Asian Americans and new immigrants to become well-adjusted and fully contributing members of the United States through social services, education, advocacy, and development of resources.
The Sharing Love Campaign is presented by Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington (KCSC) in partnership with The Korea Times and the Korean Church Association of Washington DC. All proceeds from this love-sharing campaign are used exclusively for emergency financial support for victims of crime or for community members who have suffered a financial setback as a result of illness or job loss. Please donate as generously as you are able so that we can continue to provide this crucial safety net to those in great need!
KCSC offers a wide variety of services to promote the well-being and quality of life of Asian-American community members.
KCSC provides comprehensive social services to low-to-moderate income individuals and families to promote self-sufficiency and be contributing community members.
KCSC promotes the health and wellbeing of Asian immigrants through community health clinics and provides health education to improve the community health care systems.
KCSC’s counseling services are available for adults, teens, and children.
KCSC offers a Family Enrichment Program to help strengthen marital and family relationships.
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.
Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington was founded in 1974 by a pastor and his congregation who made a commitment to provide basic transportation and interpretation/translation assistance to newly arrived visitors and immigrants from Korea. They also helped these newcomers rent apartments, set up phone and utilities services, and enroll their kids in school. Over the past 40 years, KCSC has grown and evolved into the largest bilingual and bicultural Korean social service agency in the DC metropolitan area. KCSC has expanded and outgrown our original name, now providing services to other Asian immigrant communities living in the metro DC area. KCSC has served more than 150,000 Asian American immigrant families since it was founded and currently provides services to about 1,200 Asian Americans a month at four different office locations. KCSC’s headquarters are located in Annandale, VA and we have branch offices in Gaithersburg, Riverdale, and Silver Spring, MD.