APCA provides needed health services to community members through its faith-based and “pop-up” clinics. We provide culturally competent care to all regardless of their ability to pay.

APCA provides a range of services that improve access and health outcomes, including medical interpretation, enrollment assistance and education. Our Bridging Cultures Arizona program trains and deploys professional interpreters and trained cultural brokers in 30 languages.

Free Health Clinics

APCA provides needed health care to community members through its faith-based and “pop-up” clinics. We provide culturally competent health care to all regardless of their ability to pay.

Geneva Baruelo, Clinic Coordinator
(602) 515-2240 mobile | geneva@apcaaz.org

Community Workshops

APCA’s culturally competent in-language workshops provide community members with valuable skills and tools to manage their condition and improve their quality of life.

Gitika Pawar, Lead Project Coordinator
(602) 814-6495 mobile | gitika@apcaaz.org

Medical Interpreters

APCA provides a range of care coordination services that improve overall health outcomes, including medical interpretation. Our Bridging Cultures Arizona program trains and deploys professional interpreters and trained cultural brokers in 30 languages.

Layal Rabat, Empowerment and Advocacy Manager
(602) 492-2302 mobile | layal@apcaaz.org

Workforce Development

APCA is building a culturally competent multi-lingual health workforce. APCA is the Arizona training site for Breaking Boundaries in Healthcare®, an award winning medical interpreter training program.

Zeenat Hasan, Empowerment and Advocacy Director
(602) 885-2545 mobile | zeenat@apcaaz.org

Access to Care

All Arizonans, especially Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander and emerging communities know their rights, including the right to receive a medical interpreter or translated information at no cost to them.

Remove the 5-year ban for recent immigrants and barriers to care for lawfully present COFA migrants.

Advocate

We partner with community to advance health equity for all Arizonans. We collect stories, identify and monitor systemic barriers and advocate with communities for change.

All Arizonans have meaningful access to culturally competent and linguistically appropriate healthcare they can afford.
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