Bulding A Better Tomorrow
Cham Refugees Community first opened its doors to serve the ethnic Cham population from Vietnam and Cambodia more than 30 years ago. Today, it is a non-profit agency serving the local Muslim refugee and immigrant communities in Seattle and the surrounding areas by providing family and community-focused services. The organization continues to serve ethnic Cham populations, and newly arrived refugees from East Africa, Iraq and Burma (Rohingya). Through its case management services, Cham Refugees Community assists low-income, limited English speaking clients to meet all social services needs, including: System navigation; referral services; family support services including youth programs and senior services; and cultural services such as language classes and community events. Annually, the organization sees more than 1600 individuals and families in Seattle and South King County, who utilizes our facility and services.