MMHH mobilized two days after the fires with health care providers on the west side of Maui, and have been there ever since. They provide a variety of services as they try to maintain stability in a very uncertain and unstable dynamic after a terrifying disaster.
Their goal is to build trust, create safety, and continue to build communities of care. They are both envisioning AND modeling a different, more indigenous way of providing care in a holistic, integrated, boots on the ground setting. The hui is stationed at the Honokowai Beach hub just north of the burn zone, and service a total of 8 different resource hubs that popped up after the fires, as well as in hotels where evacuees are now staying.