The Pacific ADA Center, in partnership with the Pacific Regional Network will, in the course of this five-year project, expand and maintain a regional ADA information dissemination, training, and technical assistance system that builds on the infrastructure currently in place. The four goals for the Pacific ADA Center are: 1) Provide training, TA, and information dissemination aimed at ADA stakeholders; 2) Conduct research on barriers in ADA Coordinator work and in health care staff ADA implementation; 3) Record service provision in the Outcomes Measurement System (OMS) database; and 4) Develop new ADA training and TA materials and coordinate with ADA National Network to centralize documents in an online system. The objectives are 1) to assure effective, quality, accessible trainings, dissemination materials and TA; 2) to use quality training methods; 3) to assure training content and disseminated materials cover all relevant subject matter; and 4) to conduct research on ADA Coordinators and health care staff. Anticipated outcomes include: 1) improved understanding and implementation of the ADA by TA and training recipients; 2) identification of barriers to ADA compliance in Title II and healthcare entities along with innovative solutions for overcoming those barriers; 3) identification of emerging issues from analysis of OMS data; and 4) increased efficiency and effectiveness of ADA Network Services through developing, providing, and distributing new ADA training and TA materials in partnership with ADA National Network. The expected products are phone and email TA, trainings, materials, webinars, and teleconferences aimed at ADA stakeholders, especially those that have been underrepresented in previous efforts regionally and nationally.