Communities need places for youth, families, seniors, and organizations to come together to build relationships.

For seniors, maintaining an active lifestyle is a key component of a happy and healthy life.

KWA Senior Hubs Program

KWA Senior Hub in Federal Way is funded by Veteran Senior Human Service Levy (VSHSL)  since 2020.

KWA utilized the capital fund to improve floor, furniture, office, garden, and bathroom in 2020 and currently provide services such as:

  1. Health and Wellness
  2. Education and Personal growth
  3. Recreation and socialization
  4. Cultural and Celebration

Monthly calendar:

9:00 AM-1:00 PM   Naturalization class
2:30 PM-4:00 PMStretching & Line danceTechnology class Gardening class
4:00-5:00 PM   Monthly Birthday Party

Senior Ethnic Meals & Activities

KWA provides meal sites to four ethnic groups — Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, and English-speaking seniors — at three sites in Federal Way, Tacoma HQ, and Holy Church in Jesus in Tacoma. Our chefs provide culturally authentic meals depending on the day of the week.

During COVID-19, we have suspended in-person meal centers and offer to-go meals. This is to ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff. We have made alternative arrangements for to-go and delivery options based on location. Please call 253-536-3020.

Ages 60+ are eligible, but a $3 contribution is highly recommended. For hours and locations click here!

Along with socialization, the seniors can access the benefit enrollment services with the help of KWA’s bilingual staff to access resources. Free health checkups, health education workshops, and limited transportation to and from meal sites is provided.

Community Living Connection (CLC) and Family Caregiver Support Program (FCSP)

This program helps seniors, 60+, live independently, healthy, and happy life through providing information, often connecting them to resources and actual assistance with enrollment to benefits such as Medicare, Medicaid, SSI, and Medicare Savings program. FCSP helps out unpaid caregivers (often time they are family members) providing support to prevent the clients to go into a long-term facility.

This program is available in King County only.