To Perpetuate Life As It Was Meant to Be

The singers are drug addicts, most of them sent by the courts or
social service agencies to live, study and heal at Ho'omau Ke Ola.
Ho'omau Ke Ola is a non-profit, residential and outpatient substance
abuse treatment program based in Waianae, on the west (or leeward)
coast of Oahu. Waianae is one of the most depressed communities in
Hawaii. The center was founded by community members in 1987 to help
confront an enormous drug problem in the area, particularly among
native Hawaiians. From the outset, it used traditional Hawaiian
teachings as part of its therapeutic program. This spring Ho'omau Ke
Ola went a step further, converting the cultural component into the
program's central feature


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