We need your help to build a health care system that provides quality, affordable care to all those who need it. When you add your voice to those of your friends, family, and neighbors, powerful things can happen. There are a number of ways you can help your community and its health center to grow and prosper.
Attend and participate in neighborhood board meetings to learn about issues facing the local community that may affect your health center.
Volunteer to serve on your health center’s board and help guide the development of its services to the community. (The board selection process varies with each health center, as do the responsibilities and lengths of service; inquire with your health center for more details.)
Participate in grassroots advocacy. Phone your legislator, write a letter to the editor, and talk to your friends and neighbors. Spread the word about the good work being done at health centers and voice your support.
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To learn more about the important issues facing health centers in Hawai‘i, see our Policy and Legislative section. Also, learn more about how health centers are transforming how Hawai‘i cares for its people.