Multicultural family centers are city, gun, and gu centers that use government and local funding pursuant to Article 12 of the Multicultural Family Support Act to provide the following types of services to multicultural families.
○ Korean education (classroom & in-home): systematic Korean education by level that familiarizes learners with language and culture needed for daily life
- Target (classroom): marriage immigrants, migrant children (ages 18 and under)
- Target (in-home): marriage immigrants (who have been in Korea for 5 years or less), migrant children
○ Integrated education for multicultural families (classroom): educational programs to enrich the relationships between multicultural family members and to discuss family culture and roles within the family
- Educational programs for the enrichment of family relationship categorized by target, etc. Family education, spouses/couples education, parent and child education, multicultural understanding
* Family education, spouse/couple education, parent and child education, multicultural understanding education
○ Parent educational services (in-home): information services, family counseling, and enrichment education related to childrearing, developmental stages (pregnancy, newborns, infants, children) for marriage immigrants and children under 12, including those from economically challenged regions.
○ Child life services (in-home): support services (reading of school notifications, homework logs, etc.) for multicultural youths (ages 3-12)
○ Individual and family counseling, case management (onsite at the center, in-home, and over the phone): stress relief and improvement of self-esteem within multi-cultural families