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Lao Community Service Center (LCSC) is a non-profit community organization that assists refugees and immigrants with social, cultural, and educational services. LCSC’s mission is to unite and strengthen the Lao Community in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Community
    Community Centers
    Cultural Communities
  • Education
    Education Organizations
    Professional Development
  • Expression
  • Health & Wellness
    Social & Health Services
  • Language
    Language Classes
  • Essential Services
    Family Services

A little over a year ago our organization was formed by a group of Lao community members who saw a need in our community. The Lao community has been in the United States for over 40 years and although we have come a long way, we have yet to have a physical home where we can gather. It has been a dream for all of us to build a community center for the Lao people. A place where we can offer our community with social, cultural, and educational services. A place where our elders can come to to share their stories and the richness of our culture. A place where the younger generation can come and learn about their past and build for their future.