Since 1977, KCCEB has had its finger on the pulse of the cultural, social, and political fabric of the Bay Area’s Korean American community. KCCEB was established to serve the social service needs of the first large wave of Korean immigrants to the U.S. who were transitioning into American life.
Today, KCCEB maintains an innovative approach to delivering immigration services, providing access to critical public services, providing intervention services and prevention programs for domestic violence, and supporting healthy family relationships. KCCEB is the only Korean organization north of Los Angeles that provides services to domestic violence survivors, and the only Korean organization in the Bay Area that provides immigration services to Korean immigrants.
The mission of the Korean Community Center of the East Bay (KCCEB) is to empower the Korean American and other communities of the Bay Area through education, advocacy, service and the development of community-based resources.