In this study, satisfaction with participation and experience of healthy family/multicultural family support center, satisfaction with face-to-face and non-face-to-face projects in the era of With Corona, and satisfaction with each program were investigated for Songpa residents. The results of this study are as follows. First, the satisfaction of the residents who participated in the center project was high, and the frequency of use was found to be once or twice or less than a year. Second, the satisfaction with the non-face-to-face program was high, and it was found that they perceived less discomfort. Third, the necessity and satisfaction of the programs conducted by the center were found to be high. In particular, it was found that the demand and satisfaction for programs related to child rearing and children s education were high. Based on these results, I would like to suggest the following. First, despite the high satisfaction of the residents who participated in the center project, there were cases where the number of use of the center project was once or twice or the period of use was less than one year. publicity is required. Second, despite adding a non-face-to-face program or converting an existing program to a non-face-to-face program due to COVID-19, local residents perceived the inconvenience as low and satisfaction was high. In the future, it will be necessary to diversify and diversify programs suitable for the era of with Corona so that the number of customers who use the center continuously increases. Third, among the projects operated by the Center for Healthy Families and Multicultural Families, there is a high demand and satisfaction for child rearing, child education, and family-oriented programs, so it is necessary to expand and subdivide them.