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In the News

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World Journal

World Journal: 05/18/11


 

Tackling Asian American Health Disparities

NPR: 05/24/10

In recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Tell Me More takes a look at health care in Asian American communities.


Rates of Disease Differ Among Groups of Asians

San Francisco Chronicle: 03/19/10


 

Plug Coverage Gap

ModernHealthcare.com: 03/11/10



 

A Wait We Can't Afford

Roll Call: 09/10/09




 

Three Steps for Improving American Health Care

San Jose Mercury News: 04/14/09


 

COBRA Story (Chinese Language)

World Journal: 03/02/09



Press Releases

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Fiscal Cliff Compromise Averts Tax Hikes and Delays Major Federal Spending Cuts

Health and safety net programs remain on the chopping block.

January 3, 2013



 

New Report Finds Major Barriers to Accessing Health Insurance for Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Small Businesses; Health Reform Offers Opportunities to Close Coverage Gaps

Language barriers, immigration restrictions and high costs keep many small business owners and their employees uninsured

October 11, 2012

 

APIAHF Awarded Prestigious CDC Grant

Grant will Fund Health Equity Strategies in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Communities

October 1, 2012


 

Health, Equity and Civil Rights Groups Stand in Solidarity with Sikh Americans

Leading Civil Rights Organizations Join in Response to Tragedy in Oak Creek, Wisconsin

August 14, 2012



Public Health Alerts

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Get Ready Pandemic Flu: How to Prepare Yourself for the Pandemic Flu

APIAHF coordinated the translation of (Japanese, Korean, Marshallese, Samoan, Thai, Tongan, Traditional Chinese, and Vietnamese) the Get Ready pandemic flu fact sheet from the American Public Health Association to help our communities prepare themselves, for the pandemic flu. Share them with those you care about or pass them out in your community!

Are You Ready: How to Keep Yourself Safe from H1N1

APIAHF coordinated the translation of (Chinese, Chamorro, Chuukese, Japanese, Korean, Marshallese, Samoan, Thai, Tongan, and Vietnamese) the Are You Ready fact sheet from the American Public Health Association to help our communities prepare themselves, for H1N1 pandemic flu. Share them with those you care about or pass them out in your community!



Trainings & Webinars

C4H provides in-person and online trainings for nonprofits and health departments throughout the U.S. and U.S. jurisdictions. For questions about our scheduled trainings please email Maya Kageyama.


GOT BOARD SENSE? - Webinar on Nonprofit Boards

June 25,…