We provide a guide to information on welfare services.
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Household Child Raising Allowance Support
This policy reduces the parental burden on child raising at home and guarantees the rights to choose child care services.
Interpretation and Translation Services for Marriage Immigrants
Free interpretation and translation services are provided to marriage immigrants and multicultural families to help prevent any inconveniences in communication caused by language barriers in their daily lives.
Education Welfare Priority Support Program
Schools with a large number of students from vulnerable social groups are selected and intensive support is provided to them to increase education/culture/welfare level and close the educational gap.
Providing Funds for Upgrading Farm Houses
In responding to the demand for upgrading old and/or poor houses and building new houses in agricultural or fishing villages, we work to realize residential welfare and revitalizing agricultural or fishing villages through improving residential environment in agricultural or fishing villages.
Mentoring Supports to Students of Multi-culture Families and North Korean Defectors
This policy provides instruction of university students to students of multi-culture families and elementary, middle and high school students of North Korean Defector families to adapt to school life and improve basic knowledge.
Education Service for Multicultural Families from Visiting Staff
Staff visits multicultural families that find it hard to participate in collective education to provide Korean language teaching, parental education, and a general guide to children’s life and help the settlement of multicultural families and the upbringing of their children.
Language Development Assistance Service for Children of Multi-culture Families
This policy assists systematic languagedevelopment of children from multi-culture families so that they can grow into healthy social members and global talents.
Multicultural Family Support Program
Assistance is provided for multicultural families and marriage immigrants to help them adjust to life in the Korean society.
Multi-culture Family Day Care Subsidy
This policy provides day care subsidies to children of multi-culture families using day care centers to reduce child raising burden of parents and to assist parents’economic activity.
Infant (Ages 0 – 5) Day Care Center Support Project
This policy supports day care center tuition fees of infants using day care centers to reduce burden of child care and help household economy.
Nuri Course (Ages 3 – 5) Supports
Kindergarten tuition fees or day care subsidies are given to all children aged 3 – 5 who attend kindergartens or day care centers.
Green Personal Computer of Love
“Green personal computers of love” are provided free-of-charge to the disabled, multicultural families, North Korean defectors and others with poor access to ICT as a way to strengthen their ICT utilization skills and minimize the digital divide.
Indoor Environment Diagnosis and Improvement Project for Social Minority Groups
Under this policy, the pollutants in living environment of residential space of social minority groups and eco-friendly residential area is provided by consulting.
Mother and Newborn Baby Health Management Support Project
Professionally trained mother and newborn baby’s health manager visits child-born families to help restore health of mother and look after newborn baby to reduce economic burden of child-born families.
Informatization Education for New Minority Groups
Under this policy, the education projects are supported and comprehensive social programs are operated so that marriage immigrants obtain socioeconomic self-sufficiency and competitiveness through informatization education.
Child Care Services
If you have dual income or unexpectedly cannot look after your child, our public nanny visits your home to look after your child.
Medical Care Assistance (Pregnancy and Birth Medical Cost Assistance)
This policy provides medical cost assistance for pregnancy and birth to beneficiaries of medical care assistance who are confirmed of pregnancy.
Support for Migrant Youth
Counseling and career development programs are provided to help the adolescents from multicultural families and migrant backgrounds to easily adapt to the Korean society.
Operation of Mental Health Centers (incl. the Mental Health Promotion Program for Children and Youth)
Support is provided for the prevention and early discovery of mental health issues (incl. mental disorders, etc.) among adults as well as children and youth and for their treatment through counseling and rehabilitation.
Supports to Local Child Centers
Comprehensive welfare services such as protection of children under 18 who need afterschool care, school meals and link to local community resources are provided.
Manpower Support for Vulnerable Farming Households (Farmworkers and Housekeepers)
We provide farming helpers for farming households suffering with accidents or diseases so that they may increase their incomes with stable farm work. And we provide aged so vulnerable families in the rural community with Happiness Sharers so that they can maintain their basic home life.