Community Health


Dae Hyun & Minjung 

"Raising a toddler withouth health insurance is impossible even to think of. Although we expereience fewer difficulties in communicating in English than before, we still find services and programs provided by Hanul are essential to all ages of non-native English-speaking immigrants."

Sustaining physically and mentally healthy community by providing linkage to affordable and accessible healthcare resources and services


HFA serves pregnant women, children and their parents by linking them to Illinois’ health care programs; Moms & Babies, All Kids, and Family Care, which provide comprehensive and affordable health care coverage for the under- or uninsured children and their parents. Application and primary care doctor selection assistance are provided at both Chicago and Suburbs Office. In addition, Hanul is an authorized agency to provided Affordable Care Act (ACA) counseling and application assistance. 

ACA-Korean Flyer Page 1ACA-Korean Flyer Page 2

Download ACA Flyer in Korean 


Coalition of Limited English Speaking Elderly (CLESE) and Hanul held its first caregiver support program for Korean American caregivers who are taking care of family members that have symtoms of dementia.

View flyer in Korean for upcoming seminar. Visit Alzheimer's Association's website for more resources. 


HFA provides health seminars and screenings in order to promote wellness of the medically disadvantaged in Chicago. Working in partnership with state and local health organizations and professionals, HFA educates youth, adults and seniors on public health issues such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, hypertension, substance abuse and mental issues in a culturally and linguistically appropriate way.


Every year Hanul provides free flu and pneumonia vaccines for Koreans and its neighboring residents. HFA has also collaborated with Asian Health Coalition to provide free Hepatitis immunization.


HFA offers resources and referral services regarding health care services and programs available in the community. Those who do not know what to do and where to go for affordable health care services and assistance will receive information and be referred to appropriate service providers.


Hanul is dedicated to perform evidence-based practices by constantly generating valid and reliable data through rigorous research studies. Current studies include Healthier Minds for Koreans and Lessons to be learned to move forward.

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