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Puʻu Lei o Liliʻu

Puʻu Lei o Liliʻu

Puʻu Lei o Liliʻu (PLOL) addresses the needs of Native Hawaiian youth aged 14 to 18, specifically those transitioning out of the juvenile justice system, involved with the child welfare system, or facing academic challenges. PLOL acts as a hoʻokahua (foundation) for healing, wellness, and connection. This program offers a comprehensive range of services and resources in collaboration with organizations, community partners, and Liliʻuokalani Trust (LT). This collective approach creates a holistic and convenient "one-stop services" destination for the youth, ensuring they receive the necessary support. 

PLOLʻs year-round programming invites kamaliʻi to experience the Queenʻs Culture, Hekili, Alaula, Naupaka, and Workforce Development, strengthening cultural identity, enhancing skills, job readiness and community connections.

WHO: Native Hawaiian and systems-involved kamaliʻi ages 14-18

WHEN: Open year-round (contact for details)

WHERE: In-Person at Kīpuka Leihano and Kīpuka Waiʻanae

REGISTRATION: Sharon Ehia, Program Manager - Puʻu Lei o Liliʻu, 808-466-8284 or sehia@onipaa.org


To download the program flyer, click here.