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TONIGHT! Calling All Hawaii LGBTQ+ and Ally High School Students! Our Friends at is Sponsoring the 2022 Rainbow Prom Mas”q***r”ade Ball This Friday, 10/21 5:30pm to 9:30pm at ! Register Today and Join and Evening of Safe Space, Food, Soft Drinks, Entertainment and DJ’s!
Pronouns matter. Always. Period. International Pronouns Day seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace.
Attention Hawaii LGBTQ+ & Ally High Schoolers, Parents and Friends with Students! Enter to Win 2 Free Tickets to Friday’s Rainbow Prom Mas”QUEER”ade Ball at Kaimana Beach Hotel Hotel 5:30pm to 9:30pm with Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center! Just Share This Post (Be Sure Your Profile is Public) And Tag Three Friends (or their parents) Who Attend High School in Hawaii! We Will Select a Winner Thursday! Featuring DJ’s, Drag Performers, Food and Soft Drinks!
Overdoses are on the rise -- know how to properly use Narcan to save lives Opioid overdoses are on the rise in Hawaii which is why it's so important for community members to be aware of the importance of Narcan.
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RSVP still open today! Details on flyer. Come enjoy free food and entertainment and meet new people. Please share this post with anyone you think would be interested :)
This event is sponsored by and will come at no cost for all attendees. Meet and mingle with new people, enjoy a specialized menu from “The Bearded Chef” at and receive cool 2022 merch! We will have a presentation by the amazing Natalie Marks RN who has joined the Gilead team as their Hawaii community liaison. During this time we will learn all about PrEP, hear from people who are currently on PrEP and have any of your questions answered.
And how will we end this night? With drag of course! Featuring Hawaii’s finest performers: Shalani Dante , Maddalynn Ashton , Catherine Lee D’Cantor .cantor , Kalista Fox ,Cocoa Chandelier and Kelli Price . Bring your dollars and get ready to be ENTERTAINED!
RSVP BY October 17th Monday. Space is limited so don’t wait.
I’m looking forward to the next gentle yoga/sound bath fundraiser for the Kua’ana project at the Still & Moving Center on October 28th! The Kua’ana Project is a wonderful organization providing support for Hawaii’s transgender community. I hope to see you there! 100% of the proceeds will go to the organization. The link to register is in my bio.
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And the world could not look away... This month in 1996 the entire AIDS Memorial Quilt was on display on the Washington Mall. And the world could not look away...
Calling All Hawaii LGBTQ+ High School Students! Our Friends at Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center is Sponsoring the 2022 Rainbow Prom Mas”q***r”ade Ball This Friday, 10/21 5:30pm to 9:30pm at Kaimana Beach Hotel ! Register Today and Join and Evening of Safe Space, Food, Soft Drinks, Entertainment and DJ’s!
Please consider supporting our LGBTQIA+ inclusive services
PRIDE is much more than just a party!Take PRIDE is taking control of your sexual health! We have a fun, FREE, mixer coming up this Wednesday! Space [email protected]. Email [email protected] or shoot us a DM.
Our Kaka’ako offices are closed today for an admin day. We will be back to serve you tomorrow during our regular business hours of 9am -430pm.
Happy PRIDE from everyone at HHHRC
HHHRC x PRIDE 🌈 New HHHRC merch coming in 🔥 Don’t have someone to walk with in the parade tomorrow? Walk with ♥️🌈 All are welcome here. Meet us at Magic Island at 9:00am and celebrate PRIDE with HHHRC
Attention Hawaii HS Students! is throwing a prom and you’re invited! Food, entertainment, and glam! Visit www.rainbowpromhawaii.org to save your spot!
was happy to support at both UH Manoa & Windward Community College. Celebrating our q***r communities ability to live their authentic selves is simply amazing.
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The Hawai’i Contingency at the opening of the United States Conference in HIV/AIDS
Want to celebrate but don’t have a group to walk with in the parade? Walk with us! SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 9:00am Magic Island parking lot.
An important seminar not to be missed.
Event: End-of-Life Planning - It’s Too Soon Until It’s Too Late (In-Person Presentation)
Speaker: End-of-Life Doula Paris Priore-Kim
Dates: October 14, 2022
Time: Between 10:30am-11:30am
We commonly conduct financial and estate planning well ahead of time, but we often leave gaps in planning around the most important things that give us peace at life's close. Many of us worry about our family being left to make tough decisions for us, but we haven’t done the necessary preparation to keep that from occurring. Medical care teams often navigate uncertainty between what they can do medically and what they should do based on what’s most important to us. Learn how tools for thoughtful communication around the things that matter most build confidence in those that will be stewarding our wishes and also shift the uncertainty and fear that are associated with end-of-life towards the satisfaction of a life fully lived and a sense of peace.
Partnership between Pacific Gateway Center, Nā Kūpuna Makamae Center and Path LLC.
Sign up today! Call (808) 773-7047 (press 1) or email [email protected] today to register.
Want to see what other classes and events we have here at the Center? Visit our website nakupunamakamae.org! Want to get the latest news about all our classes and events straight in your e-mail? Sign up for our e-newsletter today through our website!
Happening tonight! Know your HERstory
HHHRC is proud to be a sponsor of the 2022 HANOCON : Wading Through The Muliwai
HANOCON 2022: Wading Through The Muliwai HANOCON is our largest annual gathering of nonprofit professionals–as well as sector allies, supporters, and advocates–to network, learn, share ideas, collaborate, and partner. In 20…
Did you get a chance to see our Community Relations Manager Andrew Ogata on living 808 this week? Rainbow Prom is back and we couldn’t be more excited
Rainbow Prom Returns this October! Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center has been serving Hawaii’s LGBTQIA+ community since 1983. They firmly believe in providing safe spaces for q***r youth to flourish and enjoy l…
On Oct. 2, 1985, actor Rock Hudson died of AIDS-related illness at age 59. In his will, Hudson left $250,000 to help set up the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). Actress Elizabeth Taylor was the organization’s founding National Chairman.
Mahalo to our HANOCON Sponsors 💛
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Getting vaccinated is everyone’s job! Are you in need of a Monkeypox vaccination? Give us a call and schedule an appointment today!
HHHRC's Rainbow Prom is back! After 8 years, we are happy to announce the return of our Rainbow Prom for Hawai'i High School students. Tickets available at
MasQueerade Ball: A Rainbow Prom Join us for a night of fun and fantasy as we come together and celebrate Hawaii's q***r youth.
Harm reduction and wound care are not only about completing the task. It’s about helping people feel like they are being heard, creating a connection and building trust. This photo depicts our lead medical assistant, Kelsey, absorbing the poetic stories of Royce after she received wound care from our street outreach team.
Royce shares the poems she writes with anyone with an open ear and a kind heart. She writes these poems throughout the days and nights of Chinatown spreading joy to all around her.
Celebrating National Recovery Month The purpose of National Recovery Month is to “promote and support new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices, the nation’s strong and proud recovery community, and the dedication of service providers and communities who make recovery in all its forms possible.” HHHRC joins all those w...
Tomorrow! We are back with our monthly H3RC Food Drop! Free fruits, vegetables, bread, snacks. Please help spread the word to those in need.
Knowing your HIV status gives you the power to take control of your health. Whether you test positive or negative, there are resources and medicines to help keep you and your partners healthy. HHHRC is here to support you and your sexual health. Get tested today with us, or come in and let us answer your questions about PrEP. hhhrc.org/prep hhhrc.org/gettested +
HOME Project supporting the 2022 Honolulu AIDS Walk and Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center.
HHHRC was happy to provide LGB&T Cultural Humility, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma Informed Care training to our friends at Ka Hale A Ke Ola on Maui. HHHRC's training institute is available for any business or non-profit group that is looking to build its capacity. Visit www.hhhrc.org/training for more information
Vaccination appointments for eligible individuals are available at ! Call 808-521-2437 to schedule today!
A pack a day habit can cost you more than $4500 a year. Save some money and quit smoking, we can help! If you’ve ever thought that you might like to quit, check us out at www.hawaiislastdrag.org or give us a call at (808) 853-3269. Free ni****ne patches are available.
Check out our Mobile Outreach Team today at Ala Moana Beach Park from 1pm-6pm for FREE BBQ, supplies, food, harm reduction, care/referrals, and housing help. We'll be with Achieve Zero, Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center, Waikiki Health, & Hale Kipa. Call/text 24/7 for help: 808-861-6606
20 minutes is all it takes to know your status! Come visit us and take control of your sexual health. No appointment necessary. Not able to make it into the office? We can come to you! As always, our services are 100% free and 100% confidential.
Throughout the month of September please consider making a donation at checkout to the Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center to support our work in the community.
Mahalo for featuring and our work to support the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
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