Asian Human Services Workforce Development
AHS began modestly in 1978 to serve the influx of refugees from Southeast Asia in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood. Asian Human Services has grown into one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive immigrant-centered organization, serving approximately 28,000 people from 55 countries in FY 2013. AHS serves thousands of at-risk clients from many different countries each year through multiple programs in over 25 languages.
AHS provides a vast and varied amount of programs including workforce development for youth and adults, tutoring, ACT prep, workshops on finance, we have a Charter School, healthcare, etc.