Public Awareness/Education

Public Awareness/Education ( Korean Community, Labor Issues )

Provider: KOREATOWN IMMIGRANT WORKERS ALLIANCE

The agency provides legal services for low-income Korean and Latino workers in Southern California. Services include case management, legal advocacy and unfair labor practices assistance and tenant rights advocacy. There are no geographic restrictions.

Case management supports clients in holding their employers accountable for abusive practices like unpaid wages/overtime pay, unpaid workers' compensation, wrongful termination, and discrimination.

The agency also provides seminars that focus on labor and immigration laws, government assistance programs, and tenant rights. The seminars are open to the public. The workshops assist both Korean and Latino communities. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call for information. Appointments are preferred for on-site services, though some walk-ins are accepted. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees vary for services.
Languages
Korean
Service Condition Fee

Address

1053 S. New Hampshire Ave.

Los Angeles , CA 90006 (Physical)

Get directions

941 S Vermont Ave., Ste. 101, #301

Los Angeles , CA 90006 (Mailing)

Website

www.kiwa.org
Service hours
Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm.

Service/Intake

(213) 738-9050

FAX

(213) 738-1833

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