The Holistic Health Programs aims to improve physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being of our community members of all ages. To achieve this goal, the Holistic Health Programs staff work in the overlapping three areas: community outreach, individual and family interventions, and bridging community members and their service providers.


In collaboration with our partner organizations, our staff provide programs and activities that will:

  • Increase the community’s awareness of health related issues and available services: Equity;
  • Facilitate individuals & families’ confidence in managing their health: Empowerment; and 
  • Increase community members’ Access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
     

Services and Activities

  • Community outreach
  • Person-/family-centered interventions
  • Workshops
  • Case management
  • Interpretation/translation services
     

Current Programs

Our current programs are:

Immigrant Family Resource Program (IFRP)

The public benefits assistance for those who have limited English skills.

Peer & Social
Support Group

A volunteer based peer support group of Cambodian adults who survived the Cambodian genocide.

Our Partners

  • National Cambodian Heritage Museum & Killing Fields Memorial, Culture and Healing Arts Program
  • Asian Health Coalition
  • Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC), Center for Community Health, Northwestern University Institute for Public Health and Medicine

Staff

  • Saroeun Soeun
  • Kaoru Watanabe

Any questions? Please contact us.