CPACS mission is to promote self-sufficiency and equity for immigrants, refugees, and the underprivileged through comprehensive health and social services, capacity building, and advocacy. CPACS, founded in 1980 on the belief that people need people, is the first, largest, and longest standing organization in the Southeast focused on issues concerning Asian Americans. Since its inception CPACS goal has been to deliver a broad continuum of comprehensive, family centered health and social services. During the past 33 years CPACS has evolved from a volunteer-run organization formed to help local Korean Americans, into a multi-service organization with a diverse staff of more than 25 full and 60 part-time employees with the ability to speak 15 different languages (Asian and non-Asian).
Health Technologists and Technicians
The mission of the Fulton County Office of Workforce Development (OWD) is to assist Fulton County residents and metropolitan Atlanta area employers in developing and sustaining a world-class workforce that realizes viable incomes and benefits, thus strengthening their families and neighborhoods. OWD provides services to Fulton County residents, dislocated workers, adults, youth and area employers through its comprehensive career centers (One Stops) which are funded by Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funds.