Hmong American Center

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Our Services

We provide a variety of services for our community!

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Our Board of Directors

Our board of director’s goal is to continue working on the community center project. Seeking additional funding sources to support current programs and services also offers the challenge to balance the need to develop long term funding for new programs and services.

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Our Partners and Sponsors

Our partners and sponsors play an integral role in our organization’s growth and ability to assist the Hmong community.

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The Hmong are integrating into American society. They are making great strides during the past 30 years. A significant number of Hmong are graduating from high schools and colleges.  95% of all able body Hmong-Americans are participating in the local workforce. Nearly 70% of all Hmong families have become homeowners. In addition, a growing number of Hmong families are starting family-run businesses. These businesses include grocery stores, restaurants, specialty clothing stores, video shops, and small manufacturing.

For the most part, Hmong children are doing well in schools.  An increasing number of Hmong high school graduates have gone on to colleges or universities. Many have graduated from college and are returning to the community to work and serve as bridges between the Hmong and the larger communities. There are Hmong doctors, teachers, school counselors, nurses, social workers, bankers, businessmen, insurance agent, elected officials, and many others.

The majority of Hmong have become U.S. citizens.  The Hmong-Americans are getting more involved in the community, and generally doing the varied things that one would expect in any community.  In essence, they have become productive and contributing members of the community.