Mahalo Paradise Ride Kauai supporters, riders, and volunteers. Your efforts over the past 11 years allowed Malama Pono Health Services to continue to provide our list of important services to the Kauai Community. After much deliberation and with heavy hearts we made the difficult decision to discontinue Paradise Ride Kauai. Declining participation and fundraising have taken its toll on the event leading to this decision. Your continued support is still appreciated though! Donations may […]
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NEWS RELEASE – Malama Pono Named June Beneficiary at Table 53
Our goal is to provide a safe and private environment where those infected with HIV can express their experiences, struggles, and successes.
Each individual is in different stages of the disease and with each others support, hopefully we can alleviate some of the anxiety and hardships that infected individuals face.
Topics to be covered:
Basic HIV info
Starting in December
Meets the first Tuesday of the month
6:00 PM—8:00 PM
Free of Charge
Held at Malama Pono Health Services office
For more information […]
By the end of 2010, there were over 4,000 cases of HIV/AIDS in Hawaii, and of those cases, many have passed away, their spot replaced by another infection. HIV/AIDS no loner gets consistent or dramatic news headlines but is still a very serious issue worldwide and here in Hawaii. Through better medication and treatment of this disease, HIV and AIDS have taken on a different face than the images we once associated with it. […]
Another year has come and gone, in what seems to be a blur for many, I’m sure. It’s always interesting for me to listen to people commit to their “New Year Resolutions” and wonder if they will actually stick to them for a week, much less a full year. Commitment is something that I take very seriously, not only in my professional life, but my personal life, as well. Personally, I don’t make resolutions […]
Fear related to HIV and AIDS is almost as old as the disease itself. Unfortunately, this stigma isn’t just limited to the general public, but also spills over into the healthcare setting, as well. As an AIDS Service Organization (ASO), Mālama Pono Health Services (MPHS) is always working to help correct the misinformation and fight the stigma that exists in our community.
One of the most common myths of HIV/AIDS is that it can be […]