Welcome to HCCA of La Crosse, WI!!


Click link to see video of Hmong Education of COVID-19: https://www.facebook.com/nyobzoomke/videos/1614001835414415


Our new Temporary Business Hours will be in effective on May 16th, 2021 till December 31st, 2021. We will be only open on Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00am to 2:00pm, Wednesday: 12:00pm to 4:00pm, and Monday & Friday are close. 

For any questions, please call our office at 608-781-5744 for any further questions or our staff: Shoua Thao, email: shouathao@hmoobagency.org. 

Come Join us on our Hmong members in the community to share their mental health journeys:

To learn more about COVID-19 Vaccine information in Hmong with English subtitle available:

See Link below about La Crosse County Police Department with HCCA:

Hate crimes and violence… – City of La Crosse Police Department | Facebook

2021 Events:

Hello Everyone, 

We made the difficult decision to temporarily cancel all of our big events until end of December 2020 due to the corona virus. This is a tough call, but the health and safety of our clients/visitors/participants. We need to work together as a community to prevent the virus from spreading that is our top priority concerns to our community members. 

If there are any questions nor concerns, don’t hesitate to give us a call 608-781-5744. 

Thank You,

HCCA Executive Team


The Hmoob Cultural and Community Agency, Inc., commonly referred to as HCCA, is a
non profit corporation formed under Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 181, non-stock corporation. The HCCA was founded on the 9th day of December 1982 by all the Hmong refugees then, living in La Crosse County.

The Mission of HCCA is to build on the strength of cultural diversity through tradition, training, and education.  To build appreciation of one another and to recognize that our similiarities outweight our differences, and by working together we create a healthy and strong community.

The Vision of the HCCA is to be a progressive and vibrant community for cultures and diversity.

Our Values & Guiding Principles

We believe in many values for both business success and the personal fulfillment and well-being of our community and our employees.  Below are a couples of our most important values and principles:

1. Commitment to the public good.
2. Respect for the worth and dignity of the individual.
3. Inclusiveness and social justice.
4. Transparency, integrity, and honesty.
5. Ongoing improvement and commitment to excellence

The HCCA invites you to learn more about our agency. Please visit our office at:

1815 Ward Avenue
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone (608) 781-5744
Fax (608) 781-5011

We look forward to meeting yo