Ethnic Health Assesment for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in California

Fact Sheet

The ethnic health assessment project is a statewide health assessment of California’s four major ethnic-racial communities. The Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander report of the Ethnic Health Assessment Project is a follow-up to the April 2009 report, “The State of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Health in California” issued by the…


Advocates' Guide To Health Care Reform Implementation In California

Fact Sheet

This guide describes the current public and private health insurance rules and requirements in California and summarizes the actions that California has taken to implement national health care reform. The guide also describes some of the important policy issues and provides questions that Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander community advocates should consider and…



For more information or other ways that you can get involved visit us at www.apiahf.org. We are the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum and we advocate for greater recognition, inclusion and engagement of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. Appearing in the video are Suhaila Khan, M.D., Christie Jiang, and Patricia Finau.…


Smoke-Free Faith-Based Advocacy Campaign in California


This case study provides an overview of the AAPI Partnerships efforts to create a dialogue and a relationship with the MPI faith leaders and faith-based organizations of California, with the goal of creating healthier surroundings for MPI community members. This document is a resource to you with examples of working with MPI faith communities in…