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. 


It Takes A Village Program: Giving Our Babies the Best Chance

In Utah, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander babies are dying before their first birthday at almost twice the rate of other groups. But we can work together to change that. Our "It Takes a Village" program is a 4-week course that meets once a week, providing knowledge and resources on infant and maternal health to all caregivers - whether you're a current or future parent, aunt, uncle, or grandparent. After all, as the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. 

Join us in supporting our little ones by signing up today!

Workshop Options

The workshops are currently only offered in English. If you have any questions regarding the workshops, please contact Tima Clawson at or via phone 385-419-0031.


Baby Your Baby 

A public resource to answer pregnancy related questions and locate services.

Phone 1(800) 826-9662


A service to answer questions about pregnancy and breastfeeding safety.

Phone 1(800) 822-2229

Text 1(855) 999-3525


Social media for MotherToBaby include:

Maternal Mental Health Referral Network

Locate Mental Health Care Providers specializing in perinatal mental health.

It Takes A Village

It Takes a Village raises awareness and educates Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families and community members about maternal and infant health in the context of Pacific Islander cultural beliefs and practices in a series of workshops now available to access online. 


Embrace Program Manager 

Timaima Clawson


Hours of Operation

MWF 9:00am-2:00pm

T-Th. 9:00am-12:00am