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Programs & Services

Whether you are a recent immigrant, refugee, or San Francisco native, we understand your unique struggles and are ready to offer personalize support and services.

Youth Development Services

We equip our Southeast Asian youth with the critical tools and resources they need to successfully transition into adulthood.

Health and Wellness

We provide Southeast Asian communities with culturally appropriate support for their physical and mental well-being.

Economic Success

We break down the systemic barriers preventing equal access to employment opportunities for Southeast Asians, providing resources and jobs.

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Youth Development Programs

SEADC offers free after-school support for students from kindergarten to 12th grade to graduate from high school, apply for college, and prep for the workforce.

This program, funded by SF Dept of Children, Youth, & Families, is a youth services program for K-8 students; staff provide academic support and enrichment, social and leadership skills, health & wellness instruction, and opportunities to explore cultural identity.

  • Register for K-8 Afterschool Program here.

This program, funded by SF Dept of Children, Youth, & Families, is a youth services program for high school students; staff provide academic support and enrichment, social and leadership skills, health & wellness instruction, and opportunities to explore cultural identity. 

This program, funded indirectly by SF Dept of Children, Youth, & Families and directly by Japanese Community Youth Council, is a youth services program for high school students; staff provide academic support and enrichment, social and leadership skills, opportunities to explore cultural identity, paid vocational experiences, and assistance for youths seeking employment and/or admission to post-secondary education.

Health and Wellness Services

SEADC offers Southeast Asian youth, adults and families access to culturally appropriate support for their physical and mental well-being. SEADC health and wellness services give community members the resources that they need to grow and thrive.

This program, funded by cannabis tax revenues that flow through Japanese Community Youth Council, is a youth services program for high school students; staff provide Environmental Prevention training along with an optional Mentorship component that is designed to help clients gain the knowledge and perspective needed to make safe and healthy lifestyle decisions.

This program, funded by SF Dept of Public Health monies that flow through Japanese Community Youth Council, is a youth services program for 5th graders and for high school students; staff provide Environmental Prevention training and Life Skills training designed to help clients gain the knowledge and perspective needed to make safe and healthy lifestyle decisions training. The Life Skills training is predicated on the evidence based Botvin curriculum. 

This program, funded by SF Dept of Public Health using Sugary Drinks Distribution Tax revenue, is a youth services program for high school students and college students; staff educate the cohort of youth Health Ambassadors around topics pertaining to healthy eating and facilitate the youths’ self-selected initiatives, efforts pertaining to engaging, and educating community members about healthy eating, and for systems change advocacy pertaining to the community’s food/nutrition needs.

Asian & Pacific Islander Youth & Family Community Support Services, funded by Community Youth Center of SF, outreaches to youths and young adults with mental health challenges and provides them with screenings/assessments, mental health counseling, and referrals to appropriate external resources.

Southeast Asian Mental Health Initiative, funded by Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc., is a program staffed by four partnering agencies: SEADC, Lao Seri Association, Cambodian Community Development, Inc., and Vietnamese Family Services Center, with SEADC serving as the lead contractor.  SEAMHI staff outreaches to Southeast Asian adults with mental health challenges and other unmet health/wellness needs and provides them with health/wellness-promoting events and activities, screenings/assessments, mental health counseling, and referrals to appropriate external resources.

Economic Success Services

SEADC serves San Francisco community members, including those with limited or no English proficiency, by supporting individuals seeking to enter or re-enter the workforce, secure safe and affordable housing, and helping those seeking to access governmental and community-based resources.

This program is jointly funded by SF Office of Employment & Workforce Development and Hospitality House, a Tenderloin-based nonprofit, and is a pre-employment/employment services program. SEADC staff works directly with clients, especially clients with zero to little English proficiency, apply for jobs, help them every step of the way to secure employment, and help clients enroll into a posts-secondary education and vocational training programs

This program, funded by the SF Mayor’s Office on Housing & Community Development, is a general social services program under which staff help clients to pursue self-selected goals, access shelter services while waiting for stable housing, and navigate available community-based and governmental resources as needed. 

This program, funded by the San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, is a housing services program under which staff help clients secure safe and affordable and/or subsidized housing, and resolve conflicts and/or misunderstandings with landlords.

This program, funded by Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach, is a naturalization services program under which staff help permanent legal residents (i.e., green card holders) with limited English proficiency learn English, civics, and history needed to not only understand and follow United States Citizenship & Immigration Services’ processes, but to also pass the multiple-choice test to gain citizenship.

Community Safety Services

SEADC serves members of the Southeast Asian immigrant communities who are seeking services and resources to help them maximize their safety, minimize the impacts of anti-Asian violence and harassment, and build cross-racial, inter-generational solidarity among community partners in the Tenderloin. The Southeast Asian Community Safety Initative (SEACSI) aspires for citywide impact both as a programmatic model and as a source of information regarding resources, stakeholders, and potential partners, public and private, of interest to anyone wishing to champion safe streets throughout San Francisco. To serve the community to the fullest, SEADC will be offering the following resources in five (5) other languages: Thai, Lao, Khmer, Vietnamese, and Arabic.

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Contact

166 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: 415-771-2600
Fax: 415-771-3917

info@seadcenter.org

Hours

10:00am to 6:00pm
Monday to Friday

Southeast Asian Development Center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Tax EIN: 94-2532304. 

© 2020 Southeast Asian Development Center. All Rights Reserved. Designed by KITS Creativ.

Stay Connected

Contact

166 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94102


Phone: 415-771-2600
Fax: 415-771-3917


info@seadcenter.org

Hours

10:00am to 6:00pm


Monday to Friday

Southeast Asian Development Center is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Tax EIN: 94-2532304. 

© 2020 Southeast Asian Development Center. All Rights Reserved. Designed by KITS Creativ.

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