Bridging communities and generations through arts, culture, education and business.
P.O. Box 15404
Seattle, WA 98115
To advance understanding, appreciation and support for Asian arts and cultures, the Friends of Asian Art Association provides and supports programs, activities and materials that reflect the arts and cultures of countries that make up the broad and diverse spectrum of Asia.
JCCCW is committed to preserving, promoting, and sharing Japanese and Japanese American culture and heritage.
Programs: Japanese Language School | Cultural Events | Library | Resale Store | Internship & Volunteer Opportunities | Historical Exhibitions | Rental Space
RAJANA Society is an Arts & Civics project focusing on civic engagement and bridging cultural divides with the Cambodian Diaspora.
Asian Pacific American Advocates
Greater Seattle Chapter
P.O. Box 14141
Seattle, WA 98114
OCA—Greater Seattle Chapter was formed in 1995 and since that time it has been serving the Greater Seattle Chinese and Asian Pacific American community as well as other communities in the Pacific Northwest. It is recognized in the local community for its advocacy of civil and voting rights as well as its sponsorship of community activities and events.
Offering home visiting services for children birth to 3 and full & part-day multicultural preschool education for ages 3 to 5 in the International District, Beacon Hill and Rainier Beach.
Working to prevent and end youth homelessness with services including meals, shelter, housing, job training, education, and more.
5117 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118
HomeSight creates homeownership opportunities through real estate development, home buyer education and counseling, and lending.
310 Maynard Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Services: 601 S King St.
Multilingual community building: affordable housing, housing counseling, homelessness prevention, advocacy, teen leadership, and the Danny Woo Community Garden.
221 18th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
We provide affordable, safe, culturally sensitive housing and support services to people aged 62 and older.
Housing, property management and community development.
1225 S. Weller St., Suite 430
Seattle, WA 98144
Are you a lawful permanent resident? The Washington New Americans program can help you complete your application for U.S. citizenship. Low-cost and free services available–please call our hotline or visit www.wanewamericans.org.
Merchants Parking / Transia
Merchants Parking provides convenient and affordable community parking.
Transia provides community transportation: para-transit services, shuttle services, and field trips in and out of Chinatown/International District, and King County.
310 – 120th Ave NE. Suite A102 Bellevue, WA
Jumpstart your career! Accepting applicants now!
EDI offers culturally relevant leadership development programs.
We make leaders!
Fostering future leaders through education, networking and community services for Asian American professionals and entrepreneurs.
Health Care Center & Community Care Network
The Kin On Team is ready to serve YOU!
Healthy Living Program
Fitness classes, continuing education, health seminars
Assistance with daily living tasks and household chores
Family Caregiver Support
Free assistance for unpaid caregivers
(Services include needs assessment, care planning, counseling, long-term care consultation and service referrals)
24/7 skilled-nursing care
Short-Term Rehab Care
In-patient rehabilitation and therapy
Description of organization/services offered: Assisted Living, Adult Day Services, meal programs for low-income seniors.
Daytime activities center providing activities social services, trips, and community for seniors and South Seattle neighbors. We have weaving, Tai Chi, indoor beach-ball, yoga, dance, senior-oriented computer classes, trips to the casino, and serve scratch cooked lunch. Open Monday through Friday, 8:30-4. Our thrift store next door is open Mon-Fri 10-2, Sat 10-4. This sweet center has services and fun for the health and well-being of boomers and beyond. Check us out on Facebook or our website.
ACRS offers multilingual, behavioral health and social services to Asian Pacific Americans and other low-income people in King County.
For healthy communities
601 S King St. Seattle, WA 98104
disparities in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner.
Cathay Post #186 of The American Legion
Supporting veterans for over 70 years. Accepting new members – contact us today to learn more!
P.O. Box 3281, Seattle, WA 98144-3281
Bridging cultures, communities, and generations
Creating opportunities for Asian immigrants and their families to succeed by helping them make the transition to a new life while keeping later generations in touch with their rich heritage.
Statewide liaison between government and APA communities. Monitors and informs the public about legislative issues.
Bellevue Medical & Dental Clinic
1050 140th Avenue NE, Bellevue, WA 98005
Shoreline Medical & Dental Clinic
16549 Aurora Avenue N, Shoreline, WA 98133
Holly Park Medical & Dental Clinic
3815 S Othello St, Seattle, WA 98118
The largest Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community health center in Washington state, ICHS provides medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy care with multilingual doctors, nurses and staff experienced in meeting the needs of King County’s diverse and multicultural communities. All are welcome and sliding fee scales are available for uninsured patients.
IDIC is a nonprofit human services organization that offers wellness and social service programs to Filipinos and API communities.