The Asian American and Pacific Islander community in the Phoenix metropolitan area is diverse and largely foreign-born, representing many nationalities, cultures, and languages. It is widely dispersed across the 9,213 square miles of Maricopa County.
The Asian American Health Coalition of Greater Houston–HOPE Clinic is the lead organization for the Houston Health Through Action (HTA) project. The project has at its core a coalition of six Asian American community- based organizations, as well as affiliations with 24 additional agencies. Together, these organizations serve a significant portion of the area’s diverse…
Georgia has the second fastest-growing Asian American and Pacific Islander population in the United States. The Atlanta area is home to large and vibrant communities with a diverse population of refugees and immigrants from many countries, including Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Korea, Laos, and Vietnam.
The Ohio Asian American Health Coalition is an alliance of communities and individuals focused on the health and well- being of the state’s Asian American population.
A few miles from downtown Honolulu, the Kalihi Valley is Hawai`i’s gateway for new immigrants from Asia and the Pacific. Some 93% of Kalihi Valley’s population is of Asian American and Pacific Island ancestry; 38% is foreign- born. The Valley has the state’s highest percentage of non-English or limited-English speakers. Kalihi Valley’s Asian American, Native…
The Community LEAD program engages diverse partner organizations committed to improving health care access for Alameda County’s Asian American communities.
Project CHARGE (Coalition for Health Access to Reach Greater Equity) is the first pan-Asian coalition for health care in New York City. Its 15 partner organizations work together to increase access to quality health care in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
This assessment tool is designed 1) to provide insights on the stages of development of an organization; 2) to provide benchmarks to gauge an organization; and 3) as a tool for staff and board to develop their organization.
The collective experience and wisdom of all participants resulted in highly informative presentations and insightful discussions. Many actionable recommendations were made during speaker panel discussions and small group breakout sessions. The participants also pointed out that these recommendations are important at both local and national levels. Without change happening at the local level via grassroots…
APIAHF Health Brain Trust on Data & Research: Utilize Data from Local Evaluation, Gayle Tang, MSN, RN Director, National Linguistic & Cultural Programs