Livingstone CDC
was formed, by members of the Korean American community, from the realization that everyone should share the burden of helping others who are less fortunate in our communities.

Livingstone CDC has set up a community medical clinic, providing basic medical and dental care for the underprivileged, homeless, and uninsured along with Adapted Physical Education Center for the physically disabled. The Clinic is operated by many volunteers from the medical profession and other fields and is financially supported by individuals, organizations, and many local Korean Churches.

Livingstone CDC is a IRS 501(C)3 registered non-profit corporation and a free Clinic licensed by the State of California

Livingstone CDC will always be guided by the motto “we are all equals” regardless of our race, gender, creed, economic status, physical status, legal status, and age. Our mission will be fulfilled throughout communities in Orange County by:

  • Medical volunteers operating a medical clinic for the uninsured and underprivileged and providing Adapted Physical Education for the physically disabled.
  • Providing services for all members of our community, regardless of their race, ethnicity, or religion.
  • Facilitating network of community resources on behalf of our patients and clients.
  • Providing answers and prevention of potential medical problems by promoting the wellness life style and regular medical checkups for our patients and clients.
  • Promoting volunteerism in our community and emphasizing the importance of unity.
  • Becoming a role model to other communities and for next generations.