- Unhoused Korean American Seniors (27 in a makeshift main shelter, 8 in two other shelters, about a dozen who alternate between sleeping in saunas, churches, and hidden in the streets). Increase outreach efforts at churches, saunas, and on the streets.
- Housing rights and support services for at risk Korean American seniors (We’re starting to work with one building near USC. We currently help a mother and son [both are elderly] with meal assistance).
- Outreach to unhoused LGBQT young Korean Americans in Koreatown.
- Outreach to women and mothers. The main shelter run by reverend Kim is for men only. He gets calls from women he cannot help.
- Obtain permanent housing.
We hope to duplicate our initiatives with grassroots, community driven Asian American group specific organizations to help them provide culturally competent and in-language support.