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Early Childhood

Early Childhood

Healthy relationships and nurturing environments help kamaliʻi thrive. Our Early Childhood programs empower caregivers of Native Hawaiian youth ages 0-5 with the skills, tools, and supports for a strong start in life. One of our key offerings is Mom Power, a 10-week, attachment-based parenting program designed to provide education to parents, connect them with resources, and support their relationship with their child. Participants learn new ways to engage with their keiki and connect with other mamas—all while learning and practicing self-care strategies along the way.

This program is eligible for women during pregnancy or with at least one child aged 0-5 years old and can attend most of the 10 sessions. Preference given to ʻohana with Native Hawaiian ancestry.

For more information, please email us at info@onipaa.org.


Kamalama (O‘ahu & Kaua‘i)

April 5 - June 7

Every Tuesday, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

For parents and caregivers looking to strengthen their parenting styles.

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