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Our Island, Our Community, Our Health

Community First convenes stakeholders, providers and policy makers to drive initiatives to improve the health of our community. We envision a Hawaiʻi Island where we embrace our kuleana for our own health and the well-being of others.

Learn more about the inspiration behind Community First

National Healthcare
Decisions Day – April 16

Register for a FREE WORKSHOP to learn more about
Advance Health Care Directives on April 2.

Our Island, Our Community, Our Health

Community First convenes stakeholders, providers and policy makers to drive initiatives to improve the health of our community. We envision a Hawaiʻi Island where we embrace our kuleana for our own health and the well-being of others.  We help individuals Own Your Health, and work together to Transform Healthcare.

Learn more about the inspiration behind Community First

Featured Programs

Teshimas

Stopping COVID is Our Kuleana

Stopping the spread of COVID is our shared responsibility, and our community is stepping up.

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Advance Health Care Directives

Talking about your end-of-life care now makes the transition smoother when the time comes.

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Community Action Network (CAN)

CAN pilot project aims to better coordinate services for the patients in East Hawaiʻi who access healthcare services most frequently.

Access to Care is a project by Community First with a simple goal: to better understand what our island communities statewide need to improve our health.

Take the Survey

Through the month of April, we are asking Hawaiʻi residents to share their experience with the healthcare and social service systems via a simple, fast, and 100% anonymous survey.

As a mahalo for participating, we’ll be giving out $100 gas gift cards every week in a randomized drawing.*

Take Survey Learn More

Final Hawaiʻi Island Report

Access to Care Hawaiʻi Island Report Summary

Access to Care Hawaiʻi Island Report

Committed to Health in Hawaiʻi

Community First has partnered with health, social service, and government organizations across Hawaiʻi on Access to Care. Together, we are committed to improving health and health care in Hawaiʻi by first understanding the current state of our state’s health.

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