JASC of Chicago

The Japanese American Service Committe of Chicago was founded to assist in the resettlement of 20,000 newly-arrived Japanese Americans who had been incarcerated during World War II. After the resettlement, theJASC began to provide comprehensive social services for the Nikkei elderly. Now the JASC extends its social services not only to the local Nikkei population, but is open to all of the diverse groups and seniors in the greater Chicagoland area with cultural, heritage, and community programs.

Updaated February 2017