Adopting a New Culture - Honoring the Old
The Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (the Center) was founded in 1978 to aid newly arrived Chinese immigrants in dealing with the myriad challenges of immigration and cultural adaptation. Today, we strive to honor and perpetuate each person's culture of origin. In the last few years we've expanded our programs to help non-Chinese immigrants, refugees and other disadvantaged groups including the Hmong, Mien, Vietnamese, Ukrainian and Russian populations in the greater Sacramento area. The Center serves more than 4,000 clients each year, including a significant number of at-risk youth and the elderly.
Values We Live By:
We are committed to providing high quality and unique services to our clients, and will work to continuously improve the quality of those services.
Caring & Respect:
We strive to treat everyone with courtesy, dignity, and consideration, while respecting their history and culture.
We understand our community and provide programs to meet those changing needs. The citizens, leaders and organizations who make up our community are the core of what we do.
We work together as a team and value our staff’s commitment to achieving our goals. Our most important resource is our staff, and we invest in them.