Healthy, Educated and Employed
Since its beginnings in 1978, Asian Human Services (AHS) has delivered on a singular purpose: to ensure that every immigrant and refugee across Chicagoland has access to personalized support and services necessary to become prosperous members of society.
As our impact has grown, so has the evidence that our holistic approach to human services improves lives now and for generations ahead. Today, AHS serves everyone who seeks our help, regardless of race or ethnicity. While we continue to deepen our mission with immigrant and refugee communities, all are welcome here.
AHS focuses on culturally comprehensive human services that help people become:
- Healthy – with vital medical and dental services, offered through four Family Health Center clinics, along with Community Health programs and Behavioral Health counseling.
- Educated – through skilled learning programs and a charter school for grades pre-K to 8 that specializes in preparing children to lead in a global world.
- Employed – using comprehensive job-related services that place hundreds of job-seekers into full-time and part-time employment every year.
Our goal is to build and deliver an integrated Network of Services that makes a real difference in the lives of our clients. We rely on grants and other donations to fund this critical work. Thanks to these funders and other supporters, AHS’s impact continues to grow, improving lives and strengthening communities, one person at a time.