Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center

API Wellness Center, San FranciscoAsian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center (API Wellness) is a San Francisco health services, education, research, and policy organization with the mission to educate, support, empower and advocate for Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities—particularly APIs living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. To find out more about A&PI Wellness Center, visit

Legacy Pilot Project, Year 3: Project Hep-Talk

API Wellness developed an evidenced-based pilot awareness campaign using social media and Web 2.0 applications. The program delivered targeted messages to Asian American men who have sex with men (MSM) living in San Francisco to increase knowledge and screening for hepatitis B.


Legacy Pilot Project, Year 4: Communications Resources Project

As part of the Banyan Tree Project, A&PI Wellness Center provides online trainings to community-based organizations across the nation and Pacific Island Jurisdictions. Funded by the CDC and B Free CEED, the training series covers topics ranging from A&PI cultural competency and health issues to community mobilization and social marketing. If you need to know more about Hep B in the A&PI community or want to find out how to integrate social marketing and social networking media into your campaigns on a shoestring budget, sign up for these interactive and engaging webinars! With over 16 years of capacity building experience, A&PI Wellness Center also offers consultations and customized trainings for interested organizations. For more information, visit




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