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Chinese Newcomers Service Center
Address 777 Stockton, Rm. 104; 94108
Phone 415-421-2111
Email cnsc@chinesenewcomers.org
Website http://www.chinesenewcomers.org/
Contact(s)
Hours Monday -Friday: 9 am- - 4 pm, and by appointment
Language(s) Cantonese / Mandarin/Toisanese
Summary

777 Stockton, Rm. 104; 94108


415-421-2111


415-421-2323 (FAX)


M-F: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm


Chinese Newcomers Service Center provides multilingual services for immigrants including information and referral, housing, health, employment, translation and interpretation, emergency contact, cultural education, job readiness workshops, placement and training, forms assistance, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, citizenship classes, small business seminars, volunteer income tax assistance, Low Income Tax Clinic, consumer education and educational seminars, independent living and Victim and Witness Assistance. Cantonese / Mandarin / Toisanese. Wheelchair accessible.


 


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Chinese Newcomers Service Center


777 Stockton, Suite. 104,

San Francisco, CA 94108


415-421-2111


415-421-2323 (FAX)


M-F: 9am-12pm, 1pm-5pm


http://www.chinesenewcomers.org/





Facilitates the adjustment process of Chinese immigrants and refugees by providing multiple services including bilingual information and referral, adjustment counseling, translation and interpretation, emergency contact, cultural education, job orientation, placement and training, immigration / (adjustment of status, family visas and community information) and forms assistance, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, citizenship classes, small business seminars, volunteer income tax assistance, Low Income Tax Clinic, consumer education and educational seminars, independent living consultation and Victim and Witness Assistance. Cantonese / Mandarin. Wheelchair accessible.

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Chinese Newcomers Service Center - G 777 Stockton St., #104, 94108 415-421-2111 415-421-2323 (Fax) cnsc@chinesenewcomers.org M–Th: 9 a.m.–12 p.m., 1 p.m.-5 p.m.


Chinese Newcomers Service Center facilitates the adjustment process of Chinese immigrants and refugees by providing multiple services, including bilingual information and referral, adjustment counseling, translation and interpretation, emergency contact, cultural education, job orientation, placement and training, immigration (adjustment of status, family visas and community information) and forms assistance, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, citizenship classes, small business seminars, volunteer income tax assistance, Low Income Tax Clinic, consumer education and educational seminars, independent living consultation and Victim and Witness Assistance. Services include Cantonese and Mandarin languages, and the Center is wheelchair accessible.


Chinese Newcomers Service Center also provides a credit establishment and repair program called Lending Circles.


Chinese Newcomers Service Center - O 777 Stockton St, # 104, 94108 415-421-2111 415-421-2323 (Fax) cnsc@chinesenewcomers.org www.chinesenewcomers.org M–Th: 9 a.m.–12 p.m., 1 p.m.–5 p.m., Facilitates the adjustment process of Chinese immigrants and refugees by providing multiple services, including bilingual information and referral, adjustment counseling, translation and interpretation, emergency contact, cultural education, job orientation, placement and training, immigration/(adjustment of status, family visas, and community information) and forms assistance, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, citizenship classes, small business seminars, volunteer income tax assistance, Low Income Tax Clinic, consumer education and educational seminars, independent living consultation, and Victim and Witness Assistance. Languages: Cantonese/Mandarin. Wheelchair accessible.

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