In the News: Aloha House Purchases Home for Women in Recovery

Aloha House purchased a large home in Kahului last week to offer women in recovery and their children a safe and comfortable space before they rejoin the community. With the help of county funds and donations, the home includes multiple bunk beds, new bedding, kitchen supplies, toys and more. Read the full story. Caprice Nicole […]

MYFS Partners with the Upswing Fund

Maui Youth & Family Services Partners with The Upswing Fund We are thrilled to announce our partnership with The Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health. With all of the changes in our schools over the past year, it’s been harder than ever to help young people in need, in particular LGTBQ+ youth and youth of […]

With Appreciation — Spring News from Maui Behavioral Health Resources

Aloha! Many Thanks to Our Donors 2020 was a tumultuous year that brought us many challenges. With the economic instability on Maui, we were fearful that our annual giving campaign would fall through. But our donors rose to the occasion! Many donors increased their gifts, and new donors came on board as well. This increased […]

In the News: Mauimama Magazine

The Spring issue of Mauimama Magazine features one of our most dedicated staff members in an article about Malama Family Recovery Center. Read more about Lisa Swoveland and how Malama helped her in her recovery journey and beyond, to create the life she has now.

MYFS Wins 2020 Annual Mayor’s Small Business Award – Outstanding Small Business

The Maui Chamber of Commerce awarded Maui Youth & Family Services the Mayor’s Small Business Award for Outstanding Non-Profit at a virtual ceremony held December 8, 2020.  “This is a real honor,” said CEO Jud Cunningham. “I’m pleased to accept this award on behalf of our very dedicated staff and the clients we serve.”  The […]

A Fresh Look – News from Maui Behavioral Health Resources

Aloha! We hope this newsletter finds you and yours healthy and happy. As we enter the fall season, we look back and reflect on the challenges of the spring and summer months. The pandemic created a sudden and urgent need for us to learn COVID-19 best practices and prevention tactics. Finding the necessary tools and […]

September 12, 2019 – Honoring Aloha House Graduates

Aloha House Alumni Maui Fernandez shares encouraging words with graduates. September 12, 2019 – Honoring Aloha House Graduates Recent graduates from Aloha House residential substance abuse treatment program participated in a graduation ceremony held September 12th at Paia Community Center. Graduates’ friends and family members joined the festivities to honor their loved ones’ accomplishments as […]

September 6, 2019 – Celebrating Recovery Month

Pictured: Aloha House CEO Jud Cunningham, Mayor Michael P. Victorino, Aloha House Residential Program Director Michele Navarro Ishiki, and the Honorable Judge Joseph E. Cardoza. September 6, 2019 – Celebrating Recovery Month Maui County Mayor Michael P. Victorino declared September Recovery Month in Maui County as he offered a proclamation stating “mental health and substance abuse disorders […]

March 18, 2019 — Ukulele Master Jake Shimabukuro Performs at Aloha House

Jake Shimabukuro March 18, 2019 — Ukulele Master Jake Shimabukuro Performs at Aloha House On March 16, 2019, world-renowned ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro visited Aloha House to share his music with clients in the nonprofit’s Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Makawao. Aloha House promotes recovery and healthy lifestyles to individuals and families by providing […]

March 15, 2019 — HMSA Foundation Supports Pilot Nutritional Therapy Program at Malama

Alive & Well General Manager Michael Ray with Jenifer Daruty, the Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner leading the Pilot Program. Alive & Well is supporting the project by offering Malama clients a discount on dietary supplements March 15, 2019 — HMSA Foundation Supports Pilot Nutritional Therapy Program at Malama Thanks to a $10,590 grant from […]