Month: March 2014

One Strong ‘Ohana Toolkit available to help educate community

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The Hawai’i Children’s Trust Fund, in partnership with Joyful Heart Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the One Strong `Ohana Partner Toolkit.  This toolkit was created to allow organizations to utilize the OSO message to educate the community about child abuse and neglect prevention.  The OSO Partner toolkit is an online toolkit that includes information related to branding, downloadable materials, digit and social media resources and so much more.  To access the toolkit, please click on the link below.

http://hawaiichildrenstrustfund.org/one-strong-ohana-toolkit/

Please help us to continue to spread awareness about child abuse and neglect prevention by opting in and utilizing the toolkit.

Marty Oliphant
2014 Advisory Committee Chair

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Mailing address is:

Hawaii Children’s Trust Fund Coalition
c/o Children’s Alliance of Hawaii
200 N Vineyard Blvd
Suite 410
Honolulu, HI 96817
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KRHCAI Grass Roots Update: Immediate Press Release: Dr. Jan Murray to speak on Teen Dating, Violence Prevention & Healthy Relationships

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 


 

DR. JILL MURRAY TO SPEAK ON TEEN DATING, VIOLENCE PREVENTION & HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS PRESENTATION TO KA’U HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

 


 

The Commission on the Status of Women are pleased to announce that through the generosity of Councilmember Brenda Ford, one of the nation’s leading experts on teen dating abuse, Dr. Jill Murray, will speak to Ka’u High School students on April 22, 2014.  A representative from the Commission  on the Status of Women states, because of Councilmember Ford’s awareness of the challenges facing teens in our community, she ‘s made a commitment to bring one of the nation’s finest speakers to her district in hopes to educate, strengthen, empower and provide insight and solutions regarding intimate partner violence.”


Dr. Jill Murray has appeared on more than 350 television shows, including twice on Oprah, 20/20, Montel, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America and several CNN Shows – speaking as the guest expert in the field of teen dating abuse.   She has also appeared on more than 300 radio talk shows and has been interviewed by more than 250 newspapers and national magazines.   She is the author of best selling books, But I Love Him – Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive, Dating Relationships and Destructive Relationships – A Guide to Changing the Unhealthy Relationships in Your Life.  Her newest book, But the Never Hit Me – The Devastating Cost of Non-Physical Abuse to Girls and Women is on Amazon’s best-seller lists and won the prestigious Publisher’s Choice award.

 


The Commission on Status of Women report that Dr. Jill Murray is expected to be on other school  campuses through her week’s visit to the Big Island.


For more information regarding this presentation, contact Ka’u High School Counselor, Laura Walker at (808) 928-2088.

 

 

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Visit us at krhcai.comor on Facebook at Ka’u Rural Health Community Association, Inc.

 

Donations welcome at PO Box 878, Pahala, Hawaii 96777

HMSA’s Online Care

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You’re familiar with HMSA’s Online Care. Now we’ve created an entirely new experience with more doctors available to you. Using our new mobile app or on the web, you can have a video visit with a Hawaii-licensed, U.S. board-certified doctor on your time, anytime you need. Get immediate access to doctors 24/7, 365 days a year.

HMSA’s Online Care doctors can help with:

• Colds and the flu
• Allergies
• Ear and sinus infections
• Prescription refills
• And more

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Download the FREE mobile app today or visit hmsa.com and click Member Login.

   

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DR. NICOLE BOXER

What’s the reason I love providing care to patients online?

“Some of the benefits of seeing a patient at home using online care include the comfort of being in their own home when they’re not feeling well, and there’s an intimacy between the physician and the patient online that you don’t get when you have to go through several layers like the parking lot attendant, and the receptionist for example. It’s just a physician-to-patient encounter that’s very, very productive.

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