Family Support

For further information, please contact:

International Family Resource Center, Family Support Service
Karia Wong
206-957-8538
Email: kariaw@cisc-seattle.org

ESL & Naturalization Classes
Jeff Hsiao
206-957-8515
Email: jeffh@cisc-seattle.org

Family Caregiver Support
Catherine Wong
206-957-8518
Email: catherinew@cisc-seattle.org

International Community Technology Center
Hao Du
206-957-8513
Email: haod@cisc-seattle.org

Parent Education
Peggy Kwok
206-957-8519
Email: peggyk@cisc-seattle.org

International Family Resource Center

A place for families to go for connection, friendships, skill building, and family support services including advocacy, information & assistance, cultural activities, parent education, parent-child activities and play and learn groups, community building and education activities/ workshops, and a weekly legal clinic. (Languages available: English, Chinese and Vietnamese)

ESL & Naturalization Classes

Provides different levels of ESL classes, naturalization classes, vocational ESL classes, job readiness classes and practice time with bilingual (Mandarin/Cantonese) and English-only instructors. Classes are offered Monday through Saturday. Small group tutoring and one on one mock interviews are arranged when needed.

Family Caregiver Support

Support services for non-paid caregivers who are taking care of their family members. Service includes: education, counseling, referral, respite service and long term care planning. Helps caregivers adapt and adjust to fulfilling needs of care recipient and avoid physical and burn-out issues caused by intensive caregiving.

International Community Technology Center

Promotes technological awareness through lifelong learning. Administers adult computer classes, youth career exploration training and adult technical workshops to increase employability and competitiveness.

Parent Education

Parenting classes, support groups and individualized parenting support in order to offer realistic and practical approaches to meeting the challenges of raising bicultural Chinese American children.