Early Childhood Department
Our purpose is to kokua (assist) Native Hawaiian families to build on their own strengths so that their children will reach their fullest potential.
High Risk Reduction
We continue to provide on-going substance free activities at various schools statewide and partner with other local agencies.
Employment & Training
We provide outreach, intake, assessment, career counseling, work experience, occupational skills training, educational & tuition assistance, tutoring and internships.
Career and Technical Education
The Ka Ipu Kaeo Department consists of programs relating to fostering and furthering education for Native Hawaiians, specifically in the area of vocational, or career and technical education and training, which includes technology, natural resources, health and culinary arts.
Individual & Family Stability
Kūlia Like looks to strengthen individual’s and families’ economic situations. Services provided are to enhance skills to make financial and survival decisions towards self-sufficiency.
Elderly Services Department
The mission of the Kumu Kahi Department is to advocate for and support Native Hawaiian elderly in enriching and enhancing their lives by preserving and restoring their health and well-being, sense of dignity, self-respect and cultural identity.
Native Hawaiian Library
The library offers library resources for adults and children. Our collections include basic references and reading material, a Native Hawaiian research collection, and a unique collection of quilt patterns.