Five Mountains Hawaii Inc
Rating: 4.2 stars 10 10 reviews
65-1158 Mamalahoa Hwy Room/suite 2d Kamuela HI 96743 USA
Five mountains hawaii provides a full range of bio-psycho-social services to the residents of north hawai'i, with a special emphasis on addressing the physical and mental health disparities of the kanaka maoli (native hawaiian) population. This mission is our kuleana (profound responsibility).
Kipuka o ke ola: designed to provide a full range of bio-psycho-social services to the residents of north hawai'i, with special focus on native hawaiians. It provides culturally-informed direct services, actively collaborates with other like-spirited individuals and organizations and is led by the community in which it serves.
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I have seen the positive impacts of Five Mountains Hawaii throughout my community. Some of our worst local health issues are confronted by Five Mountains programs that offering proactive, preventative solutions. What inspires me the most is that way that so many Five Mountains programs directly empower other organizations and grass roots groups to reach and engage individuals.
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I attended a Social Meeting training for non profits coordinated by Five Mountains Hawaii. I made invaluable connections at that workshop. I even connected with the speaker on LinkedIn in order to ask her about studies she'd referenced in her talk, which were relevant to a grant writing project I was working on. Sue Stine was amazing enough to send me over links to specific articles the very next day. I appreciate Five Mountains bringing her to our island state to help up become better connected.
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Add additional workshops.
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