Empowering Young People!
Project Ho‘omohala is a program based in urban Honolulu to serve young people that are faced with challenges in life as they move towards adulthood. Focused on serving youth with emotional or behavioral challenges, Project Ho‘omohala addresses real issues of adulthood such as access to education, employment, housing, plus offer various activities that provide positive experiences that will build a foundation for learning and life skills.
Funded under the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children, Project Ho‘omohala has successfully worked with youth and families in providing wrap around services to empower the youth to thrive independently. Services include, individualized transition services, peer support and mentoring, family or caregiver support and more.
Services provided by Project Ho‘omohala are voluntary and at no cost.
Project Ho‘omohala serves the youth between the ages of 15-21 residing in urban Honolulu area.
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