Victor Loo (he/him) is the President and CEO of Seattle Counseling Service (SCS). Founded in 1969, SCS is proud to be the oldest LGBTQIA+ focused mental health agency. SCS is a valued partner in our community for their dedicated commitment to the King County LBGTQIA+ community and is a long-standing provider of behavioral health care in King County. He has expertise in the provision, supervision, and management of behavioral health services/social services.
He is 1 of the 25 national leaders in the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS)'s Addressing Health Disparities Leadership Program, and 1 of the 15 national leaders in the National Council for Behavioral Health's Healthy Youth Leadership Institute.
He is a member of the King County Integrated Care Network Finance Committee. He is a board member representing the Behavioral Health sector in HealthierHere King County Governing Board, its Co-Chair and on its Executive Committee. He also represents culturally specific mental health sector with King County Mental Illness Drug Dependency Oversight Advisory Committee through King County Executive Office and on its steering Committee. In addition, he is the only representative for behavioral health care's equity for Health and Human
Services representing Region 10 - Idaho, Oregon, and Washington through involvement with National Network to end Disparities.
Besides the passion to serve Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, immigrants, and refugees, he is also an active community advocate/leader for the LGBTQ community and is Co-Chair with the City of Seattle LGBTQ Commission.