The Korean Women’s Association (KWA) Social Services is operated by Federal, State, and County funding to offer a comprehensive range of resources, activities, and services tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals, fostering social connections, promoting health and wellness, and offering a diverse programs to help navigate challenges related to housing, transportation, and finances, ultimately enhancing the overall quality of life.
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    Our Programs

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    Social Service Programs

    Senior Wellness Programs

    KWA aims to promote the well-being and health of senior and help them maintain their physical, mental, and emotional health.

    Programs in King County

    Social Service Programs

    Immigration (Naturalization/Citizenship) Services

    KWA provides critical support for immigrants individuals and families navigating the naturalization process in a wide variety of languages. Citizenship classes available in Korean, Russian, Ukrainian, Cambodian, but services in Spanish and French additionally.

    Immigration class at KWA
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    Social Service Programs

    Benefit Enrollment

    KWA facilitates the enrollment process and assesses your eligibility to receive assistance with healthcare, food, housing and other basic needs, such as SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/Food stamps) , LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program), HBE (Health Benefit Enrollments/ Apple Health & QHP), Medicare/Medicaid, SSA/SSI.

    Social Service Programs

    Crime Victim Service Center

    KWA provides service for crime victim such as assault, harassment, burglary,  Fraud, Identity theft, property crimes, robbery, and others.

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