Native Hawaiian Values + Addiction Recovery

Hula, gardening, harvesting, studying the Hawaiian language, and learning the history of their ancestors - it’s all part of the addiction recovery process for the women at The Salvation Army in Honolulu, HI. By fusing addiction recovery with Native Hawaiian cultural values and traditions, the women in the Ola Kino Maika`i program have been able to find a deeper, more personal connection to their individual process of recovery. Enjoy a snapshot of this fascinating program in Honolulu!

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