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Experience Mālama Project

A Culturally Grounded Collegiate Recovery ʻOhana (family)

Located in The Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services room 313c at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Mālama Project, seeks to provide a space where all students in recovery can feel safe, accepted, understood, and empowered. Cultural sensitivity and Hawaiian values, are the foundation of Mālama Projects practice. Mālama Project embraces all forms of recovery and students at any point in their journey. 


Please explore our site to learn more about what we do here at Mālama Project and experience our approach to healing through Hawaiian values.

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*In response to current events surrounding COVID-19, our office in QLC is temporarily closed until further notice. We are taking appointments via our online system and our weekly support groups have transitioned to online platforms.

 
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Our Story

Moʻolelo

​Mālama Project, Hawaiʻi's first collegiate recovery program, was founded in 2016, with a grant through Transforming Youth Recovery.


Mālama Project seeks to provide a space where all students in recovery can feel safe, accepted, understood, and empowered. Cultural sensitivity and congruent practices, grounded in traditional Hawaiian values, are embedded in Mālama Projects practice. Mālama Project embraces all forms of recovery and students at any point in their journey. 


Our program embodies inclusivity, accountability, forgiveness, support, healing, and is founded on the traditional Hawaiian values of Lōkahi, Pilina, and Aloha.

To learn more about our values and initiatives, please visit our "About" page.

To learn more about our humble beginnings please visit the News Stories below.