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National Recovery Month

In September 2018, communities across the nation join together to increase awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders. Please visit recoverymonth.gov to learn more about this annual event and to access resources in planning events and distributing information on recovery.

Healthcare Association of Hawai’i’s 2018 Inaugural Conference, O’ahu

The Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) & the Hawaii Hospital Education and Research Foundation (HHERF) presents the 2018 Inaugural Healthcare Conference – Building a Stronger, Healthier Hawaii: Integrate, Innovate & Inspire on September 20 & 21, 2018 at the Hawaii Convention Center. Learn more about the conference by visiting their conference website.

The four keynote speakers are Drs. Ruben Juarez, Drew Ramsey, Kevin Kunz and Emiliana Simon-Thomas. Learn more about this exciting conference by Read more… Healthcare Association of Hawai’i’s 2018 Inaugural Conference, O’ahu

FREE Training: Opioid Use, Abuse, and Solutions

The Western Region Public Health Training Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Offie of Public Health, and Hawaii Public Health Training Hui is hosting a free training on opioid use, abuse and solutions. This training is available in-person at the Queen’s Medical Center’s conference room and online via Zoom.

Heather Lusk, Executive Director of the Life Foundation and CHOW Project is the guest speaker. Community health workers, certified substance abuse…
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National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: America Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Walk, Hawai’i Island

Out of the Darkness Walk is the largest event held during National Suicide Prevention Month in Hawai‘i. It is organized by volunteers to build awareness of suicide prevention resources, and support at-risk individuals, loved ones of suicide survivors, and the public.

Out of the Darkness Big Island Walk at Waimea Elementary School Field. Check-in at 8 a.m. Contact Saydee Gabriel-Souza at bigislandootdw@gmail.com or (808) 339-179

Children and Youth Day on O’ahu

Fun, food, entertainment and educational activities for the entire family! Come and celebrate Hawaii’s keiki and their talents. Supporting and encouraging youth can help them grow up to be happy, healthy adults.

Hawaii State Capitol, Surrounding Capitol District 415 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

NAMI Walks Hawaii

About NAMI and NAMI Hawaii

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

NAMI Hawaii provides support, information, and resources for family members and loved ones of those with mental illness. In addition, NAMI Hawaii advocates for a system, for youth in particular, which does not criminalize mental illness but…
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