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.
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.

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Champion Health Access


We champion access so that all Arizonans have meaningful access to culturally competent and linguistically appropriate healthcare they can afford. This improves their health and well being and reduces overall costs on the system.

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Defend Health Care Rights

We ensure 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.

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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.

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Improve Health Access and Outcomes

We provide culturally competent in-language care empowerment and enabling services to low-income limited English proficient Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander and emerging communities throughout Arizona.


Serving Arizona’s Fastest Growing Community
AAPI 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.

Asian Pacific Community in Action
326 E Coronado Road, Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 265-4598 | f (480) 498-6060
www.apcaaz.org | @apcaaz