The mission of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, the uniformed, all-volunteer component of the U.S Coast Guard, is to promote and improve recreational boating safety, provide trained crews and facilities to augment the Coast Guard, and enhance the safety and security of our ports, waterways and coastal regions.
The mission of the Hawaiʻi Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is to drive the economic sustainability of Hawaiʻi by helping businesses to form, grow and thrive.
National Police Week, hereafter referred to as National Law Enforcement Officers’ Week, recognizes and honors the service and sacrifice of those law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty while protecting our communities and safeguarding our democracy.
Tardive Dyskinesia is a movement disorder that is characterized by random, involuntary, and uncontrolled movements of different muscles in the face, trunk and extremities.
The mental health of a child or adolescent is just as important as their physical health, and acceptance of an individual’s mental health struggle can reduce fear, worry, blame, and shame experienced by their families and loved ones.
National Correctional Officers and Employees Week acknowledges all correctional staff, we wanted to emphasize our correctional facility educators during this National Teacher Appreciation Week, observed annually during the first full week in May.
Nurses are leaders in improving healthcare for all individuals by recognizing and addressing social determinants of health, reducing barriers to healthcare access, and establishing a culture of safety and health for all.
As the only island state in the nation, Hawai‘i knows that climate change is real as it battles sea level rise and the effects of global warming. The good news is that our community and the Ige administration are turning urgency into action. More than ever – especially in the wake of the pandemic – ...
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The state’s Department of Health is transitioning to a new plan that recognizes COVID-19 is still with us but focuses on effectively managing, treating and detecting the disease, especially new variants. “COVID-19 isn’t going away,” said Governor Ige during an April 27 news conference. “As part of the transition, COVID will be handled more like ...
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