There are many great resources for all people and specifically for Pacific Islanders in Utah. These services are sometimes free or provided at an extremely low cost. Listed below are a sample of various informational and health resources.
Community health clinics offer pricing on a sliding scale based on income or reduced rates for uninsured.
Clinics run by the Utah Health Department can be found here: http://health.utah.gov/clinics/health/locations.php
Maliheh Free Health Clinic in Salt Lake: https://malihehfreeclinic.org/
Tobacco Related Resources
National Resources: The Truth http://www.thetruth.com/
State Resources: Utah State Health Department Tobacco Program http://www.tobaccofreeutah.org/
Utah Tobacco Quit Line toll-free at 1.800.QUIT.NOW open Monday-Sunday 6a.m.-11p.m. waytoquit.org
Huntsman study on tobacco cessation-Free patches and given money for time huntsmancancer.org/circle-of-hope/2017/help-quitting-smoking.php
Diabetes Related Resources
American Diabetes Association: www.diabetes.org
State Resources: Utah Diabetes Prevention & Control Program health.utah.gov/facesofdiabetes/
Clinics are in Salt Lake City, Odgen and St. George. Go to the website for more details http://health.utah.gov/clinics/dental/index.php
Free Legal Clinics
Legal clinics provide general information and brief legal advice to handle most civil law matters. These clinics help you to decide if you are able to handle matters on your own or if you should hire an attorney.
To look up when and where the next clinic is, visit:
Southern Utah Pacific Islander Health Coalition: