Asian Pacific Community in Action
Advancing Health Equity in Arizona
Since 2002
Strong Women Healthy Families
APCA partners with community members to advance health equity for all Arizonans, to champion access to care, and defend community rights.
Workforce Development
APCA is a licensed site for the award winning Breaking Boundaries in Healthcare(R) professional medical interpreter training program.
Asian Diabetes Initiative
APCA provides culturally competent in-language workshops to manage or prevent chronic conditions and improve quality of life.
Arizona HepB Free
APCA screens and provides linkages to care for the 1 in 12 Asian Americans living with chronic Hepatitis B in Arizona.
Our vision is to inspire diverse communities to seek healthier futures.
Our mission is to provide services, advocacy and education for diverse communities resulting in a healthier and more empowered population seeking good health.
APCA was formed in 2002 to meet the health related needs of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) individuals and families residing in Arizona.

4520 N Central Avenue, 380
Phoenix, AZ 85012-7815

o (602) 265-4598
f (602) 456-0430

www.apcaaz.org
@apcaaz


Serving Arizona’s Fastest Growing Community
AA and NHPI communities are the fastest growing segment in Arizona. APCA is the premier non-profit serving this very diverse community. APCA partners with community members to advance health equity for all Arizonans, to champion access to care, and defend community rights.
Our Impact
  • Community members are healthier with improved quality of life and overall health costs are reduced.
  • Systems are accountable to the communities they serve.
  • Development of a culturally competent multi-lingual workforce.