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Indian-American Community Services (IACS) formerly known as India Association of Western Washington (IAWW), is the longest-serving Indian community based organization in the Pacific Northwest. Secular and volunteer-driven, the IACS works to connect and empower the Asian-Indian community through programs, services, and advocacy for people of all ages and all life stages. As a result, the IACS is able to involve its full community in ways that incorporate and respect cultural traditions and values.

We are committed to supporting the local Indian community with critical programs and services, especially for those most at-risk members of our community. We seek to work together to increase the well-being of the community by addressing individual needs ranging from healthcare, financial assistance, family assistance, mental health and counseling.

For over three decades, we have continuously improved opportunities to supply our knowledge and resources in order to strengthen the community.

IACS serves the Indian American community through programs, services for all life stages, while fostering an environment of inclusion and diversity.
We hope to achieve these goals through a constant fostering of inclusion and diversity, a sharing of knowledge and resources, and active civic engagement, in order to more directly address the existing and non-existing policies affecting the needs of the community today.
  • Education
    Professional Development
    Youth Programs
  • Health & Wellness
    Mental Health Services
    Social & Health Services
  • Essential Services
    Legal Services

IACS is the longest serving Indian organization in the Pacific Northwest. Pan-Indian, secular and volunteer-driven, we serve youth, adults, seniors and families throughout the year.