The Pacific Health Analytics Collaborative (PHAC) works to improve lives in Hawaiʻi and the Pacific through applied analytics and trusted partnership that drives better policy and practices. PHAC builds local workforce capacity to conduct rigorous interdisciplinary analysis informed by data, context, and evidence, grounded in sensitivity, and aligned to the public interest.
Hawaiʻi CARES is a free, 24/7 coordination center for support with substance use, mental health and crisis intervention. Any resident may call Hawaiʻi CARES. Hawaiʻi CARES is a partnership between the Hawaiʻi State Department of Health Behavioral Health Administration, the University of Hawai’i and healthcare organizations across every island.
The Hawaiʻi’s Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative’s (HADI) overarching objective is to develop long-term care supports and services for persons with dementia and their caregivers statewide. The goal is to create a coordinated, person-centered system of care for persons with dementia and families. These efforts have led to a strong understanding of the gaps and opportunities within Hawaiʻi’s systems of dementia care and the need to develop a more coordinated, person-centered system of care for persons with dementia and their caregivers.
Active Aging Consortium Asia Pacific (ACAP) is a voluntary, information-sharing body, open to people of all ages, abilities, and disciplines. Members are gerontologists, geriatricians, and educators from more than 40 countries, primarily in the Asia Pacific region, dedicated to empowering older adults to maintain their physical, social, psychological, civic, economic, and environmental fitness so that they can continue to contribute to their families, their communities, and society at large.