The mission of Maui AIDS Foundation is to promote the sexual health and well-being of the members of our community.
With over 400 diagnosed HIV positive people living on Maui, Maui AIDS Foundation (MAF) is the only comprehensive HIV/AIDS organization in Maui County providing assistance with services including linkage to medical care, access to HIV medications, financial housing assistance, food, and emotional and educational support to those in need. MAF also provides educational programs to inform the community about HIV/AIDS, its transmission, prevention and the impact on the residents of Maui County, as well as free HIV and Hep-C testing and Safe Sex Kits (SSK’s).
On behalf of Maui AIDS Foundation's staff and Empower'd, we would like to
send out a BIG MAHALO NUI LOA, thank you very much to all that participated
with our Pizza Hut Night fundraiser. All funds raised through our Pizza Hut
Nights will be used towards continuing our Empower'd youth group's goal of
providing services for our LGBT+ youth & allies.
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped at the Maui AIDS Foundation booth. We raised funds for the Foundation, had a lot of fun too.
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As we are all aware, there is not much data pertaining to the psychological
impact of Hepatitis C on quality of life. HCMSG in collaboration with a
psychiatrist created the following survey to provide this much needed data.
Please feel free to share!
We encourage any hepatitis C patients to take the online survey below from our partner agency, Hepatitis C Mentor and Support Group, Inc
SUPERHERO VIDEO CONTEST!
Hawaii Children’s Action Network is holding a Superhero Video contest this month. They are asking people to post a 30 second video to their FB page telling them about a superhero in their community, someone like a parent or teacher who makes a difference. Prizes are a GoPro, SMove or $150 Dave and Busters Card. Winners announced on Aug 15th and videos shown at their community event later in August.
Maui AIDS Foundation selected as recipient of "30 acts of Kindness" fundraiser.
Na Hoaloha Ekolu Ohana and its founders, who operate the Old Lahaina Lua, Aloha Mixed Plate, Star Noodle, Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop, Hoaloha Bake Shop, the Charles Kaupau Learning Center and Hoaloha Farms are celebrating 30 years of business with “30 Acts of Aloha.” As part of the 30 Acts of Aloha they have selected 10 distinguished and well deserving Maui County organizations to be recipients of their total fundraising efforts over the course of the year. Maui AIDS Foundation has been chosen as one the 10 organizations. It’s an honor for us to be recognized by our community partners and rewarded for our commitment to community.
Follow 30 Acts of Aloha on Facebook: 30 Acts of Aloha, Instgram:@30actsofaloha, or check out their website www.30actsofaloha.com
A confidential safe space for individuals living with HIV. Come join us for dinner and lunch events to talk story, Share things that work, discuss what's not working, help each other to continue to move forward, plan for future groups like movie night! Discuss spiritual, nutritional, mental health, medical and emotional needs.
Contact Bryan for times and dates. 808-242-4900 or eMail email@example.com
This is a closed group, and is only open to individuals who are HIV positive and confidentiality among group members is required. These are not drop-in sessions, please reserve your spot. For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact Christine Kapi'ioho at 808-242-4900 or christine@MauiAIDS.org or Bryan Chin at 808-242-4900 or Bryan@MauiAIDS.org.
An educating and empowering 8 week program for women.
Call CHASITY at 808-0242-4900
Ask us about the one pill a day HIV prevention pill, PrEP!
Find out if you qualify.
Call 242-4900 or email our PrEP coordinator, Bryan Chin at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about PrEP and to get the facts click https://prepfacts.org/