Uplift Counseling Services is a program of WestCare Pacific Islands (WPI), a non-profit organization established to provide a wide spectrum of quality health and human services For individuals, families and communities in need throughout Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, and Federated States of Micronesia.

Other Programs of WestCare Pacific Islands include:

GUAHAN Project is the region’s first AIDS Service Organization (ASO) and provides free and confidential HIV and STI testing, counseling, and referral for individuals seeking to know their status. Our certified Risk Reduction Counselors are available to provide the test during a single session visit at our office or at another site upon request. This program also facilitates community outreach and education to reduce the shame and stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. GUAHAN Project maintains partnership and is supported by the Guam Department of Public Health & Social Services – HIV/STI Program.
Project Isa-Ta, or “our rainbow” in Chamoru, offers prevention-based training to Guam’s youth, increasing their capacities in making positive choices, becoming leaders in our community, and engaging in pro-social activities. Isa-Ta offers evidence-based approach that are gender-responsive and age appropriate programming with its focus on students in grades 6th thru 8th. This project is funded through the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Grant administered by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) with the US Department of Health & Human Services (US-HHS).
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program (SSVF) helps veteran families obtain stable housing, whether they are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless.Those who are homeless, first receive assistance to find suitable housing. Then, Case Managers work with the family to provide needed temporary financial assistance, linkage with community resources and US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits, and a plan to improve housing stability.
Spark provides fun and educational workshops that foster healthy relationships and increase the bond between couples. Our training builds upon each couple’s strengths and teaches critical life and relationship skills. By enhancing positive communication, learning how to get through hard times, and adding fun into their relationship couples in the program create a more stable future together. This program is funded and part of the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood (HMRF) initiative led by the US Department of Health & Human Services (US-HHS) Administration for Children and Families (ACF).
Technical Assistance through building capacity and encouraging the empowerment of our pacific people is a major thrust of the work that is being done through individual and group work, training, consultation, community awareness and program development. WPI continues to seek out and be open to partnerships in Guam and the pacific for those interested in volunteering, making contributions of services, goods or funding or to collaborate in developing new programs that will assist in meeting the needs of the varied populations in our island communities.  
The Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) was established by the United States Congress in 1983, in response to the 1982 Recession, which brought to light that public and charitable institutions at the state and local levels could not adequately respond to the nation’s homeless and food insecurity crises without Federal support. The program funds can be used for a broad range of services, including mass shelter; mass feeding; food distribution through food pantries and food banks; one-month assistance with rent or mortgage payments, and/or utility payments, to prevent evictions; and transition assistance from shelters to stable living conditions. EFSP is administered by a National Board chaired by FEMA.  
Ma’lak na Ha’åni or Bright Futures is a program of WestCare Pacific Islands Inc. and is intended to serve Guam’s youth ages 11-17, following the aftermath of 2018’s Typhoon Mangkhut. In collaboration with the Guam Department of Education, Ma’lak na Ha’åni aims to provide critical mental health support and treatment services, such as therapy or counseling, for this vulnerable population through school site based programming at three northern schools, F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School, Benavente Middle School, and Okkodo High School. Funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Ma’lak na Ha’åni’s services include evidence based programs such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Support for Students Exposed to Trauma (SSET).  
Maolek Na Lina’la or Life is Good is a program of WestCare Pacific Islands Inc. whose aim is to prevent and reduce alcohol and marijuana use in youth ages 11-17 in northern and central villages of Guam. Funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Maolek Na Lina’la is committed to building prevention and intervention strategies on Guam through various programs and outreach events in the community using evidence-based curricula such as Positive Action for the youth and for parents, Talk. They Hear You. Maolek Na Lina’la will also highlight Champions in the community who exemplify a substance-free lifestyle. Maolek Na Lina’la hopes to shine a light on these individuals and organizations so that youth, and on a larger scale, the island community, can look up to and identify role models not only in people, but in organizations and their values.  
Thrive Coalition is committed to empowering Dededo through a dedicated partnership of diverse youth, parents, government agencies, private sector, and nonprofit organizations. We support and mobilize the village community to prevent our youth from being exposed to, or using alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana. There are many ways to view the world. Thrive Coalition ensures that our strategies values, respects, and accepts the differences of all people in our community.  
I Lina’la-Hu, which translates to “My Life”, is a Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Program dedicated to educating middle-school aged youth ages 11-14 on how to voluntarily refrain from non-marital sexual activity and prevent other youth risk behaviors. As one of WPI’s newer grants, I Lina’la-Hu will focus education on preventing teen pregnancies, preventing and reducing sexually transmitted infections (STIs,) preventing intimate partner and dating violence and coercion, and will incorporate education and skill building in sexual risk avoidance, responsible decision making, and the identification of local resources.