Programs

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Our Programs

INPEACE offers a multi-generational approach to community growth and development. Families and participants at all stages of life can benefit from INPEACE programs, whether in need of prenatal assistance, kindergarten readiness, or financial guidance and educational aid. Participants can choose a single program or participate in multiple programs based on their needs. All INPEACE programs are designed to strengthen communities by fostering self-reliance through education-based approaches.

Our program cycle begins with door-to-door outreach through our Hoʻāla program – building trust with families in need by making them aware of early childhood education resources and programs in the safety of their homes. Hoʻāla offers confidential and tailored one-on-one meetings to help growing families find the right early childhood education programs for their keiki. From preschool enrollment to tuition subsidy applications, Hoʻāla recruiters help parents every step of the way.

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INPEACEʻs Parents as Teachers (PAT) program focuses on new and soon-to-be parents, providing in-home visits focused on crucial childhood development education. Through PAT, we provide the tools and techniques required to help parents of keiki up to three years old prepare for early education. PAT empowers parents to be their children’s first teachers, helping ready their keiki for pre-school and beyond.

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Families with children between infancy and 5 years old are eligible for INPEACE’s longest-running family-child interactive learning preschool, Keiki Steps. Designed as parent participation preschool, families attend early childhood education programs alongside their keiki for a safe and fun first learning experience that is both culturally enriching and age appropriate. Parents and keiki experience a new learning environment together, interacting with educational materials to help strengthen familial bonds and prepare for school.

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Kupu Ola is a culture-based education program meant to engage and motivate students through a hands-on, outdoor classroom setting. Meaning “to bring forth or sprout life” Kupu Ola works collaboratively to offer outdoor classrooms where students can connect with land to enhance their cultural understanding of Hawaii, build positive academic habits and reduce risky behavior.

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INPEACE focuses on Keiki at the earliest, most important stages of development, but we also understand that it takes people of all ages to build better communities.

INPEACEʻs Kūlia and Ka Lama Education Academy (KKLEA) utilizes a “Grow Our Own” teacher development model to proudly empower Native Hawaiian community members to become teachers in their home communities.

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Our Hoʻoulu Waiwai program helps to grow wealth for families by strengthening their financial capability, helping them achieve their goals through financial literacy workshops, one-on-one coaching, and an incentivized savings plan.

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Finally, our 2Gen Secure Families project aims to provide comprehensive guidance and training to support families with young children in starting their own small businesses.

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