? Hui No Ke Ola Pono, private, not for profit community-based health program of the Native Hawaiian Health Care System
The metaphor of the lei (that is, garland woven of individual blossoms) was chosen to affirm the coming together of individuals and organizations (including survivors and leaders from Hawaiian churches, social workers and other providers from the island-based Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems
, and social welfare and public health researchers from the state university) in piloting this intervention.
This includes Papa Ola Lokahi, Native Hawaiian health care systems
administrator, and each of the five island-based health care centers established by Congress; the community health centers (Kalihi Palama, Waikiki, Waianae Comprehensive, Hana, Molokai, etc.); and Queen's Health Systems, both a partner in building capacity and a major funder, providing $1 million annually for five years.