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Child & Adult Wellness Program

KFAM's Child & Adult Wellness Program provides individuals with the tools, support and resources to meet their diverse needs and enhance their quality of life. We also connect our community members to a broad range of government, health, legal and social services to more comprehensively meet gaps in essential health and human services. All programs are conducted in Korean and English.

Learn how you and your child can join KFAM's Child & Adult Wellness Programs! 

Child Care Food Program (CCFP)


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. We train, advise, and monitor licensed child day care providers in Los Angeles and Orange Counties to ensure that over 3,000 children enjoy nutritious meals and snacks every day.

Who can join? Home Child Day Care Providers and Licensed Day Care Centers

Who are the Participants of CCFP?

1) The Home Departmentserves home child day care providers who are State Licensed family or group day care homes for 8 to 14 children.

2) The Center Department serves licensed day care centers who are State licensed preschools, after schools, and other institutions for children in a group setting.

Where? Call us for more information.

Fees? Call us for more information.

Kid Eating Snack

To register/for more info:

CCFP Home: Call Christine Chu at

(213) 235-4841 or email

CCFP Center: Call Na Young Ko at

(213) 235-4846 or email

2023 CCFP Home Annual Workshop

2023 CCFP Home Workshop (English)
2023 CCFP Home Workshop (Korean)
2023 CCFP Home Workshop (Spanish)




Anti-Discrimination Statement

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.


To file a Program Discrimination Complaint: You may file a complaint with KFAM’s Civil Rights Officer by contacting Katherine Yeom, Executive Director, at 213-389-6755 x107 or


Or, to file a complaint with the USDA you may obtain a complaint form by sending an email to SM.OASCR.Info. You or your authorized representative must sign the complaint form. You are not required to use the complaint form. You may write a letter instead. If you write a letter, it must contain all of the information requested in the form and be signed by you or your authorized representative. Incomplete information will delay the processing of your complaint. Employment civil rights complaints will not be accepted through this email address. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.), should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD).


Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail, fax, or email:
Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Director, Office of Adjudication 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20250-9410
Fax: (202) 690-7442  E-mail:
For help filling out the form, please call: (202 260-1026 (Local) OR (866) 632-9992 (Toll-free Customer Service)

Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC)​


The Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) prevention program aims to reduce the use of alcohol and marijuana among the youth in the Koreatown Community. With the increasing rate of substance use within Los Angeles County, our program educates and builds more awareness around the important aspects for the development of youth and young adults.


Our SAPC team works closely with local K-12 schools to provide culturally competent and responsive prevention courses/workshops to increase awareness about alcohol and marijuana usage. Courses/workshops cover fundamental topics such as harmful risk behaviors, healthy communication, and social support in family and social circles. Our program is funded by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, Substance Abuse Prevention and Control.

  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at 213-529-9245 or email us


Services are available during regular business hours of Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5:30 pm and on some weekdays/weekends. Please make an appointment.


KFAM (3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020)

Fees? No cost.

For more information, contact us: Erica Park, SAPC Manager | Direct: (213)-600-7312   Email:

Eliana Kim, SAPC Prevention Coordinator | Direct: (213)-235-4868. Email:


Senior Yoga Classes​

KFAM offers Senior Yoga classes every Monday and Friday from 10:30 to 11:30 in Room 305.
Who can join? All seniors | Fees? 
$10 every month
Where? KFAM

Address: 3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020

To register/for more info:

Call us at (213) 389-6755 or email:

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