Hoʻomau Ke Ola
Ho’omau Ke Ola, a Native Hawaiian culturally based, substance and drug abuse treatment program, has led the way for over 30 years with aloha and malama pono healing practices. We have existed in the Waiʻanae community as a cultural healing program reconnecting our haumana to a path through Ho’oponopono and western behavioral practices. Ho’omau Ke Ola can help return our clients back to the community and their ohana using cultural and behavioral compassionate practices led by our caring counselors, staff, management, and community advocacy lahui.
Ho’omau Ke Ola instills pono care through malama Aina at Punanaula, seated at the foothills of Mt. Ka’ala, a place of healing for our community.
Ho’omau Ke Ola’s focus is to perpetuate life as it was meant to be. Our counselors and staff malama our clients that deal with the troubling issues surrounding their physical and mental health and redirect their focus on social connection, and indigenous perpetuation. Now more than ever, there is a need for connection, a need for healing, and a need to preserve and sustain those who struggle with substance abuse and drug addiction.
Unfortunately, as the world begins to open back up, Ho’omau Ke Ola has struggled with the pandemic and the cost of insurmountable costs for care. We are humbly asking for your support. With your kākoʻo, Ho’omau Ke Ola will continue as a puʻuhonua for healing and connection through our ʻohana, and community programs.
We humbly ask for your donation to help us continue to heal our community that suffers and struggles to overcome the damages of drug addiction and give hope and enlightenment to return to their beloved ohana and community, renewed.
Me ka mana’o nui,
Ho’omau Ke Ola
Hoʻomau Ke Ola is a 501c(3) Non-Profit organization led by its Board of Directors and staff.
Board of Directors
Juanita Kawamoto, President
Georgie Navarro, Vice-President
Keith Fernandez, Treasurer
Ken Farm, Secretary
Eric Enos, Director
Shauna Graner, Executive Director (MPA, CNP)
Please continue to browse our website to learn more about what we do and who we help, and how you can help us! MAHALO!