Center For Pan Asian Community Services Inc

  • The Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Inc
  • is 501c, private, nonprofit human services organization in metropolitan Atlanta, headquartered in northern DeKalb County, Georgia, United States of America
  • The organization was founded in 1980 and provides broad services for American citizens and non-citizens of all race, ethnicity, and national origin
  • The organization's primary services include community health, social services, housing, senior services, translation and interpretation, transportation services, education and enrichment programs for children, youth, and families, community education, legal and immigration assistance, counseling, advocacy, and research
  • CPACS's core objective is to help immigrants and refugees achieve the American Dream
  • The center operates the CPACS Cosmo Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center that serves populations with limited access to health care
  • Since 2005, the organization has held the Tea Walk, a two-mile empowerment walk along the Buford Highway Corridor to celebrate community diversity and promote civic engagement
  • CPACS is a member of the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, which is part of the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans
  • CPACS is one of the first and largest Asian American and Pacific Islander human services agencies in the Southeastern United States.

 

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