Hana Arts is a community-based, non-profit organization that provides art and cultural education, opportunity and exposure to all East Maui residents, keiki to kupuna. We believe the Arts have a profound and long lasting impact on people’s lives by helping to engage in critical and creative thinking, material awareness and innovative practice. We collaborate with local agencies, schools, universities, and employ professional artists and employers from the community and around the world.
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Hāna Health is the only health care provider in the Hana district, serving the primary health care and emergent medical needs of residents and visitors alike. Hāna Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center serving as the “safety net” provider for the medically underserved population of the remote Hāna District, located in Maui County. Services are provided to all people regardless of their ability to pay. A sliding fee scale is available for primary health care services according to federal guidelines. Hāna Health is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit corporation, duly registered with the State of Hawaii and governed by a voluntary Board of Directors.
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Ka'ike a ke kulanakauhale a pau he hei na ke keiki. (The knowledge of the whole village is absorbed by the child.)
Welcome to the Hana Public and School Library! Designed by architect Dennis T. Toyamura, our library opened on Jan. 14, 1984. We are located on the campus of Hana High and Elementary School. We serve the resident and student population of this remote East Maui town.Monday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Tuesday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Saturday CLOSED – CLOSED Sunday CLOSED – CLOSED
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Hāna Youth Center The Hana Youth Center was established in 1986 as an after school drop in center for the youth of Hana. We provide a setting that is fun; free from the influence of tobacco, drugs, & violence, where Hawaiian values are promoted. Youth ages 8 - 18, from Ke'anae to Kahikinui, have a drug-free & violence-free center with a variety of activities in a fostering enviroment. Free Membership runs concurrent with the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Hours of operation: Mon - Thurs: 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm Fridays: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm (Intersession: Mon - Fri: 9 am - 6 pm)
Holani Hana Inc. 501c-3 was inspired by its founders Coila Eade, Francis & Esmenia Sinenci. It’s main goals are focused on cultural preservation in the areas of Hawaiian Architecture – Hale building, Aipono- Poi, Pae Pae – Rock wall and stone masonry, Native Plants – reforestation of Native Hawaiian species. By partnering with communities, families, schools and organizations, we help facilitate native Hawaiian practices for the benefit of creating a new generation of cultural practitioners.
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Kipahulu was prized by the Hawaiian ali'i for its fertile 'aina and kai. Thousands of people once lived a sustainable lifestyle in this area farming, fishing, and surviving with the resources of the ‘ahupua’a, from the mountain to the sea. Kipahulu Ohana revives, restores, and shares the practices of traditional Native Hawaiian culture. We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating on the "ways of old" through cultural demonstrations and hands-on activities. Using the wisdom and spiritual guidance of our kupuna, we seek to re-establish a Hawaiian lifestyle in Kipahulu. By initiating sustainable projects, dividing the labor, and sharing the results we preserve our culture. Our Hana 21st Century Community Learning Center programs include Kapahu Living Farm, a traditional wetland taro farm operated in partnership with Haleakala National Park, and shoreline management projects as part of our Malama i ke Kai program including an opihi “rest area” or sanctuary.
Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke, established in 2000, is an award-winning construction skills training program for at-risk youth in Hana, Maui—an isolated community on the island’s east coast with over two-thirds its population of Native Hawaiian ancestry. It is also a non-profit organization that has extended it's values of vocational training, sustainability and empowerment to include a community farm and a traditional ku'i (pounding kalo) program. Our approach is to teach academic subjects through real-life, hands-on application, where students can understand the concepts they’re learning through tangible examples. But these aren’t just examples for learning’s sake. Our projects meet real school and community needs, so our students’ education immediately serves those whose lives it touches. Self-sustenance, sustainability in building—these are some of the principles we aim to pass on to the next generation, as we create caretakers of our community’s future, leaders of our islands. The mission of Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke (“In Working, One Learns”) is to provide at-risk youth with a way to learn that makes sense to them, that builds their self-esteem and shows them they have the power to change their future. On the outside we build structures—on the inside, we’re building lives.
Our Mission: To promote healthy family functioning by providing family supportive services which build on family strengths. In April of 2015, MFSS opened the first licensed Infant and Toddler Center in the Hana Community. Located on the campus of Hana Elementary and High School, the center offers quality childcare to children ages 6 weeks-3 years.
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The Maui Interscholastic League is a member of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA), founded in 1956, dedicated to athletics as part of the high school education program. HHSAA also implements programs such as drug awareness workshops and leadership training seminars for coaches, officials and athletic directors. The association carries a proud history and has maintained a strong relationship with community and its schools.
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Ohana Makamae fulfills its mission by providing a continuum of culturally based substance abuse treatment programs; and by providing family support through parent education, community based activities and highly needed resources. Our mission is "to strengthen East Maui families through Hawaiian culture and spiritual values."The ‘Ohana Makamae School based Program provides an innovative approach to substance abuse education, prevention and treatment in Hana High and Intermediate/Middle School. School based counselors are trained to meet the special needs of the students who are experiencing or at risk of having substance abuse issues. Our School Based services provide counseling program for middle school and high school aged youth; specifically designed for adolescents, including activities and cultural outings. All school-based treatment is confidential, flexible and individualized.Our counselors collaborate with parents, faculty and/or staff in order to provide the appropriate level of care, this includes; outreach, assessments, screening, professional recommendations, intervention, education, and treatment.
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We offer a family program that promotes parents reading aloud to children and helps families spend time together, share good books and build a lifelong love of reading. We take the stress out of reading with sessions that are relaxed and enjoyable. Adults and children all experience the power and pleasure of being read to. RAP focuses on success. At RAP sessions, there are no tests, quizzes, or reports. Reading is fun.
The UHMC Hana Education Center is a satellite campus of University of Hawaii Maui College (UHMC) and offers distance Ed Classes. It is conveniently located in the Hana Community Center, in the heart of town. Classes are produced via the University of Hawaii HITS (two-way closed circuit TV) system, cable television, the internet and “live” onsite.
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YMCA Camp Keanae has not yet uploaded its programs. Please contact them directly for more information on programs, and be sure to check out the Events Calendar too.