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UCCW is a non-profit organization providing twenty years of quality Immigration, Behavioral Health and Social services to immigrants in Washington State.

To promote community empowerment, leadership essay editor development, self-reliance and health promotion for the greater refugee/immigrant community in the State of Washington.
  • Services
    Elderly Services
    Family Services
    Housing Assistance
    Immigrant & Refugee Services
    Social & Health Services

In 1992, three volunteers residing in Washington State who became fluent in English and learned how to navigate the health and human service systems began providing interpretation services for individuals in the Ukrainian community and assisting families with applications for public benefit programs (e.g. AFDC/TANF, housing, Medicaid and SSI). During that year, the volunteers assisted about 40 individuals.

Although the volunteers explored establishing a community center in 1995, the Ukrainian community did not support the concept. However, in 1997, the volunteers doktor arbeit schreiben lassen found that they were spending more time working with youth through after-school and counseling/emotional support programs, and the community agreed that it was important and timely to establish a community center. Therefore, in June 1998, the Ukrainian community established UCCW.

Since 1998 the Ukrainian Community Center of Washington (UCCW), located in Seattle, Washington, has been helping Eastern European refugees and immigrants predominantly from the former Soviet Union overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. We have greatly expanded and provide many programs and services such as: early learning program, youth after school programs, family support, senior services, immigration services, behavioral health services, and many other programs.