PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Community Health Worker Team
Our dedicated Community Health Workers are available to help connect our community members with important health resources and referrals. Reach out today!
COVID-19 Task Force
UPIHC Covid 19 Taskforce launched May of 2020 as frontline community health workers state-wide. Educational materials are shared available in Marshallese, Tongan, Samoan, and American Sign Language.
We offer various services mainly wrap-around services for Covid-19 positive or quarantine/isolation cases, community classes offering education on health and resources to businesses/organizations, mass vaccination clinic options, and a mobile clinic on an as needed basis.
Upon request and availability we offer Covid test kits, oximeters, thermometers, masks, and sanitizer to keep our community safe. If you need a ride to receive your vaccine, this service is available. FREE to the public-Service to underserved communities. No copayment or insurance needed.
Pacific Islander Mental Health Network
If you are in need of mental health services, our organization can connect you to local Pasifika mental health providers and mental health services. You can also ask us about available interpretation services provided by our partners.
Pacific Islander Women's Health
UPIHC is committed to supporting the health of our Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander women through education, advocacy, and improving birth outcomes for mothers.
Healthy 2022 Campaign
The 2022 Our Health and Our Safety is Our Legacy campaign was launched at the end of last year to ring in the new year. As we are still facing the Covid-19 pandemic, our Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community in Utah is greatly impacted by it (2.3 times more likely to be hospitalized). Which is why it is important that we have adequate access and information to health resources.