When we take care of our health,  we leave a lasting legacy where we are able to care for and be with the ones that matter the most. It's 2023, let us help you with your health! Here is a list of free programs and services we provide to our community. 

Current Programs 

Living Well with Diabetes 

A free six-week self-management program for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders who have pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, or is a caregiver to a Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander living with type 2 diabetes. Our trained facilitators will help you manage your condition so you can enjoy life!

Program Information

This program is provided free of charge for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders residing in Utah and who are ages 18 and older. 

Workshops are held Monday evenings with Dinner and Child Care provided. 

What You'll Learn 

Current Offerings

Dates: Thursdays- 6/22, 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27


Glendale Library

1375 Concord St

Salt Lake City, UT 84104

Facilitators:  Tima Clawson (tima@upihc.org) & Jan (JB) Ili

Time: 5:30pm-8:00pm

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Dates: Wednesdays- 6/28, 7/05, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/02


Hunter Library 

4740 W 4100 S, 

West Valley City, UT 84120

Facilitators: Diana Debrum (diana@upihc.org) & Vanessa Arizo

Time: 6pm -  8:30pm

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Ongoing Services

Community Health Worker Team

Call or text 385-274-7121 or email us at admin@upihc.org

Our team of dedicated community health workers can help community members with the following health services: 

Covid-19 Support: 

Community Connect Workshops

We offer workshops in the following four areas. We will help plan and provide experts in these areas to hold the workshops, included are free resources, swag items, & health screenings based on your group needs.

If there is an area not listed on here, but is needed-- please reach out to us with your workshop needs. 

Contact Sia Satini to schedule a workshop Lisia@upihc.org or Call or Text 385-274-7121

Mental Health Network

Our mental health is just as important as our physical health. Which is why we know that finding the right mental health provider and service to meet our unique needs is important. Please contact our coordinator Soa Mulitalo at soa@upihc.org if you or a loved one is need of help finding a provider or service. 

Free and Low Cost Dental Services

You can locate a community dentist provider that give free and/or low cost services online here: https://health.utah.gov/oralhealth/dentist.php or click on the link above for a pdf version of providers by county.