Minh Nguyen-Wichman

Community Advocate

Vietnamese, English

In-Person-Assistor, screenings for blood pressure, blood glucose, and cholesterol, Hep B, C, BCCHP, diabetes, smoking cessation information, and voter registration

Basically, I am their voice and I am there if they have any concerns or needs. I hope to help new immigrant families settle down by providing information and support.

Chinatown / International District, churches, temples, ACRS, ReWA, Tukkila Martyrs Catholic church, Co Lam temple, Duoc su temple, grocery stores, nail and hair salons

I like to work as a community advocate at ICHS because the things I do daily are close to my heart. I can help the community and new immigrant families with their first steps in a new place. I’ve been there and done that, and I know how difficult it can be as a new immigrant. I want to work with families to help them through the process of growing healthy and happy in their new country.

Sefie Cabiao

Community Advocate

Tagalog, Ilocano, English

Mammogram/pap information and recruitment, digital stories, Affordable Care Act recruiment, voter registration, organize health and resource fairs, networking with other non profits, outreach to underserved communities, home visits

Holly Park clinic, Seattle Goodwill and Training School, churches, schools, senior programs, farmers markets

Since 1998, I have had 17 years of continued service at ICHS. Before that, I had an internship at office of Senator Patty Murray as office assistant. I have also been a part of the International District Housing Alliance since 1992 and assisted in ID Asian Pacific elderly outreach projects to assess elderly in need of assistance to social services. I work here because ICHS is close to home and I love the diversity and friendliness of coworkers. My favorite parts of the job are teaching classes about diabetes awareness and health in general, participating in community events, familiarizing myself with resources and community kitchens.

Angela Wan

Community Advocate

Cantonese, Mandarin, Taiwanese, English

Diabetes class, Self-management class, Hosting two support groups once a month, Line Dance class at Chinatown Community Center for diabetes class participants & seniors, helping Community Kitchen activity at Chinatown Community Center once a month, outreach at Uwajimaya once a month (free blood sugar and blood pressure check), visiting International House and Wisteria View Manor Senior Apartment once a month.

Chinatown / International District

Before starting at ICHS in January 2004, I was a Chinese Interpreter for immigration and customs at Sea-Tac airport. At ICHS, I enjoy meeting peoples and working with seniors.

Jiwon Kim

Lead Community Advocate

Korean, English

In-Person-Assistor, voter registration, exercise class for seniors, BCCHP recruiting, outreach, health fairs, blood pressure screening

Based at ID Clinic, but also working frequently in Shoreline

I started working at ICHS in 2013 and I’ve worked at World Vision for 10 years before ICHS. I like ICHS because it is like a melting pot and everyone here has a warm heart to serve people. The most favorite part of my job is that I can reach out and help so many people who need to access health care and I can hear from them many touching stories about their lives. I am so happy everyday because I can do something for them.

Civic Engagement

Get involved in your community

Our votes and participation in public discourse impact how we live, work, learn and play. However, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Latinos have the lowest voter registration rates when compared to other ethnic groups. Find out how you can make your voice heard to advocate for yourself, your family, and your community.



Unofficial ballot drop-off locations
To view a map of unofficial ballot drop-off locations, click here.

Official ballot drop-off locations
See here for drop-off locations in King County


In-language materials
Voting materials are available in Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, and Spanish. Click here to update your language preferences.


What’s on my ballot?
Find out the candidates and measures on your ballot based on where you live here.

Get Out the Vote with ICHS!
Community Advocate Minh Wichman-Nguyen explains how to vote on your ballot.



The open enrollment period for 2017 started. You are able to enroll or renew your health insurance plan from November 1, 2016 through January 31, 2017. In order to be insured by January of 2017, you must have renewed your plan or selected a new plan by December 23, 2016.

Make an appointment with a Certified Navigators at ICHS today by calling (206) 788-3700 or come to our Saturday walk-ins for health insurance enrollment. (See the details information below)


Quick links

Make an appointment
Affordable Care Act Guidebook 2016 (English)

What to bring to enrollment appointment

  • Permanent Residence Card (green card), passport, or naturalization certificate
  • ID card or driver’s license
  • Social security card
  • Most recent 3 months proof of income (pay stubs, business quarterly reports, other documents)
  • Most recent 1040 tax return form
  • Employer sponsored insurance card and information
  • Credit card, debit card or prepaid card

Health Plan Finder

To enroll online click on the following link: