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  • Asian Foster Family Initiative Backpack Drive: Gifts from the Heart

    KFAM's Asian Foster Family Initiative has launched our Gifts from the Heart Backpack Drive for the month of July. Please help us to purchase 300 new backpacks and school supplies to help our foster children get the right start to the school year!

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  • Clinical Counseling

    KFAM provides individual, couple, family and group counseling to Korean American adults and children, adolescents, and families in Los Angeles County.

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  • Family Violence

    KFAM provides quality intervention, prevention and outreach services for Korean immigrant families affected by domestic violence and child abuse.

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  • Child Wellness

    KFAM provides Readiness for School Programs and The Child Care Food Program (CCFP) is a federal and state funded program that plays a vital role in helping many low-income children to receive healthy and nutritious meals.

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  • Community Programs

    KFAM’s community service programs provide families with the tools, support and resources to meet their diverse needs and enhance their quality of life.

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  • Korean Foster Family Initiative

    KFAM started the Korean Foster Family Initiative (KFFI) campaign to bring awareness of this deficit and ultimately recruit Korean families to become licensed foster care providers through Los Angeles County DCFS (Department of Children and Family Services).

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KFAM Highlights

Through the success of the Korean Foster Family Initiative 20 Korean foster families have been licensed or certified and 4 children have been or are in the process of being adopted. KFAM just launched the Asian Foster Family Initiative (AFFI) in December 2015 to recruit, train and license Asian foster parents from the Chinese, Cambodian and Filipino communities.

What's New

Latest news and announcements from KFAM: