Community Health

Community health programs are designed to educate and support Hāna district residents in the adoption and maintenance of healthy lifestyles. General health screenings through Health Fairs, Well Women’s Clinics, Immunization Clinics, weight management programs, smoking cessation programs, healthy cooking demonstrations, individual and group fitness/exercise classes, seminars on a variety of health related topics, and assistance with health insurance coverage and other entitlement services are all designed to support a healthy community.
The Hāna Fresh Farm Stand is located on the grounds of the health center, provides community access to fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, as well as healthy prepared foods and snacks.

Childbirth and Newborn Education
Everything you need to know to prepare you for the birth of your child and beyond. Individual and small group classes with plenty of time to answer all of your questions. Topics include:

  • Labor and Delivery
  • Breastfeeding
  • Newborn care
  • Safe sleeping
  • Classes are provided at no charge
  • Classes are provided at no charge

Classes are provided at no cost. Call Hana Health at 248-8294 to learn more about these classes.

Walk It to Win It Challenge –
Fight Against Childhood Obesity

Hāna Health and Hāna Fresh have joined with Hāna Elementary in the Walk It to Win It Challenge; a program designed to prevent the onset of childhood obesity and related health consequences.

Aimed at third, fourth and fifth grade students, the goal is to for children to maintain and/ or achieve a healthy weight prior to entering middle school through in increased exercise and improved nutrition.

Children walk three days a week before the start of the school day, and are provided with fresh fruit, mostly grown on the Hana Fresh Farm, as well as healthy snack foods and bottled water.  Participants have the opportunity to win Hana Fresh Farm Stand gift certificates and fitness equipment based on the number of steps walked during each 3 month session.