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App Said to Help Officers Cope with 'Daily Trauma' [mauinews.com]

By Melissa Tanji, The Maui News, December 20, 2019 With the daily trauma police officers face and the rising number of police officer suicides across the nation, the Maui Police Department this week launched a free wellness app for the department that can be downloaded to officers’ smartphones to help them deal with the mental stresses of the job. “Officers witness trauma on a daily basis, and they are carrying that burden,” said Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu, who has known officers who have...
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Re: "Who's in Your Canoe?": Ho‘oikaika Partnership Draws on Hawaiian Values to Promote Protective Factors

Daniel Goya ·
Great post! Ho'oikaika is amazing, they hold an annual conference every year, and this year it will be virtual! I will add a link to the registration site- the date of the conference is 10/08-09.
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"Who's in Your Canoe?": Ho‘oikaika Partnership Draws on Hawaiian Values to Promote Protective Factors

Anndee Hochman ·
Title image: Jeny Bissell, Ho‘oikaika Partnership founder and Core Partner, gives a shaka at a Child Abuse Prevention Month mayor's proclamation and concert. A brochure from the Ho‘oikaika Partnership shows four people paddling a slender boat, their bodies silhouetted against an apricot-hued sky. The tagline: “When it comes to parenting, who’s in your canoe?” The image and the metaphor are intentional, says Karen Worthington, coordinator of the 60-member, cross-sector Ho‘oikaika Partnership...
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Hoʻoikaika Partnership

Daniel Goya ·
Aloha, The Maui County community has seen first hand the amazing work of the Hoʻoikaika Partnership - It is time we get to know (and learn) from this amazing network. Visit their website to see the latest and greatest tips on how to build community resilience. They also have their annual conference on October 13/14th (virtual) with some of the states premier speakers and community resilience builders. I will post a registration link when it is available.
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Re: Hoʻoikaika Conference

Karen L Worthington ·
Thank you, Danny!
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Hoʻoikaika Conference

Daniel Goya ·
This is an AMAZING conference. The Hoʻoikaika Partnership provides a safe and connected collaborative space and they have been putting on great conferences on Maui over the years. The Hoʻoikaika Partnership connects cultural practitioners, social workers, non-profits and concerned community members to build wellness and resilience in their communities. This virtual conference extends beyond the County of Maui and open to all. To register for this virtual conference follow this link . Happy...
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