Webinar #1

Access to Treatment

Webinar #1

Access to Treatment

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will engage in an immersive learning experience that will equip them with cultural knowledge to develop strategies for the inclusion of Native Hawaiian cultural intervention treatment programs, wellness plans, and holistic living systems of care.
  2. Participants will identify barriers to treatment access for complex clients from a Native Hawaiian cultural perspective.
  3. Participants will understand how to utilize the Kanilehua Framework to improve treatment access.

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Kākuhihewa

(c. 1540-1634)

Kākuhihewa is the 15th aliʻi ‘aimoku (ruling chief) of O‘ahu famously named in the mele “Kaulana Nā Pua.” Kākuhihewa was a kind and friendly chief who was born in Kūkaniloko and raised in the ‘Ewa moku. His primary endeavor was farming, and it is said that his abundant harvests on O‘ahu could be smelled from Kaua‘i.

Today, there is a state office building named after him in Kapolei.