Håfa Adai from WestCare Pacific Islands (WPI), where America's Day Begins. WPI focuses all its collective efforts toward “uplifting the human spirit” in everything we do. WPI is committed to providing culturally competent and person-centered services to the most vulnerable populations in our community. WPI offers a broad array of programs that address gaps in services aligned with our mission. Reaching out to those most in need, WPI has targeted services that support the recovery and resiliency of individuals struggling with homelessness, substance use, mental illness, and adverse experiences. In addition to meeting the most critical needs in our community, WPI is committed to promoting prevention programs and strategies that aim to address a variety of life challenges, such as substance use, teen pregnancy, and STI/HIV infections, from the start, engendering an environment where positive outcomes can be realized. WPI moves with the spirit of “inafa’ maolek” (CHamoru word meaning, to make good) guiding the work we do, bringing new resources to the islands through funding, training, and community awareness.
WestCare devotes our best collective and individual efforts toward "uplifting the human spirit" by consistently improving, expanding and strengthening the quality, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of everything we do in building for the future.
WestCare empowers everyone with whom we come into contact to engage in a process of healing, growth and change benefiting themselves, their families, coworkers and communities.
Uplifting the Human Spirit