The Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS), a community organization that provides culturally competent social and health services to immigrant, refugee, and racial-ethnic minority populations, identified a treatment gap within the population they serve. Korean clients with limited English proficiency experienced significant difficulty in accessing appropriate mental health services in the Atlanta area. CPACS approached the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine to address this health care access problem. Barriers to providing treatment included a lack of Korean-speaking providers in the Atlanta area, which led to out-of-state collaborations using telepsychiatry services. Financial instability was another major barrier to the success of the program. We secured a grant from the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute (ACTSI) to test the feasibility of this project.