Senior Services

Supporting limited-English-Speaking elderly by assisting them obtain and sustain a sense of dignity and improved quality of life.

Supported by Illinois Department on Aging(IDOA)'s Community Care Program, Hanul’s in-home service was implemented in 1989 in order to provide needed assistance to homebound Korean elderly. It helps older adults with household tasks which allow them to obtain physical and psychological well-being and keep them out of a nursing home, if not necessary. The ultimate purpose for this service is to improve qualities of life by cherishing dignity and maintaining independency.

Service Provided by Homecare Aides: Meal planning & preparation, Bathing, Assist transferring,  Laundry, Cleaning, Dusting, Shopping and running errands, Health management and special diet preparation, Other household tasks. For more questions about our Home Care Program, contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 773-478-8566. Download Home Care Program Brochure in English or Korean


On April 4, 2017, Hanul Family Alliance received its Private Home Care Service License issued by the Illinois Department of Public Health. In the past 30 years, Hanul’s home care service has been primarily provided to Medicaid recipients under the contract with Illinois Department on Aging’s Community Care Program. Our newly obtained licensure will allow Hanul to expand its home care service to non-Medicaid clients that are on Medicare or Supplemental insurance or have no insurance.  

We are currently hiring new workers that will support our new Private Home Care Service. For more information about receiving Hanul’s Private Home Care Service or employment opportunity with Hanul, please contact us at (773) 478-8851 or email Kimberly Mua, Outreach Program Coordinator at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  



In order to promote quality of life, sense of autonomy, and self-sufficiency of our low-income and limited English proficient Korean and other immigrant seniors and disabled, culturally and linguistically appropriate services are provided by bi-lingual staff by assisting clients with every step from resource gathering to application process. The program is funded by TCLIP through AgeOptions under Older American Acts III-B, IFRP through ICIRR under IDHS Immigration Service Line Items, and SHIP. 

Provided Application Assistance Services: Benefit Access Program 
Senior Property Tax Exemption, Medicare and Medicaid, Prescription Part D, SSI and SSA Benefits, Government Subsidized Housing, Seniors Ride Free Transit Benefit, Persons with Disabilities Free Transit Ride, Secretary of State License Plate Discount, SNAP (Food Stamp), Translation and Interpretation, LIHEAP (Energy Saving), Savvy Caregiver Program, Power of Attorney, Elder Law, Referral Services and others


On August 1, 2000, HFA launched its first congregate meal service in an effort to relieve hunger, provide  nutritional needs, and offer socio-cultural support for Chicago’s Korean seniors. Through the lunch program, HFA helps seniors overcome alienation by providing opportunities to find social support, camaraderie, and a deeper sense of community. Today both the Chicago and Mt. Prospect Offices provide daily nutritious hot Korean meals Monday thru Friday for over 200 seniors residing both in the city and the northern suburbs. Anyone whose age is 60 and over, disabled and their caregivers can enjoy the program with a nominal suggested donation. The program is funded by City of Chicago and IDOA through AgeOptions under Older American Acts III-C. If you're interested in receiving the weekly menu, please email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Senior Apartment Neighborhood Connection Program: aims to organize Korean senior residents residing in government subsidized apartments in uptown Chicago area, and empower them to identify their needs and possible solutions for the wellbeing of their neighborhood and community through participating in volunteer teams. Annually, over 50 volunteers representing 30 different senior buildings participate in bi-monthly meetings, trainings, and volunteer activities.

Senior Community Service Employment Program: As one of the participating organizations of Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) funded under Title V of the Older Americans Act, Hanul recruits and trains older adults to foster and promote part-time opportunities in community service activities for unemployed low-income persons who are age 55.

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volunteerHomeVolunteers are precious assets to Hanul as they can help our staff to accelerate the office work and/or direct services to our clients. 

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