1. There has been adequate outreach in my community to inform Native Hawaiians of the availability of Health Education Services. (Scale of 1-5)

HMONO is working to improve the health of Hawaiʻi County through Community Health Education services. Our first question guages the efficacy of outreach in the community to inform Native Hawaiians of the availability of Health Education Services. By tracking historical changes to outreach adequacy, HMONO will be able to judge its efficiency in delivering quality health education.


2. There is adequate information / education opportunities available to learn about Diabetes

11,683 people in Hawaiʻi County were diagnosed with diabetes in 2013.
Diabetes remains the 7th leading cause of death for the State of Hawaiʻi [Center for Disease Control]

HMONO has been working to spread awareness and understanding about Diabetes - a group of diseases that impairs your body's ability to produce insulin, resulting in heightened blood sugar levels. 


3. There is adequate information / education opportunities available to learn about High Blood Pressure

Over 30% of the State of Hawaiʻi has been diagnosed with Hypertension - abnormally High Blood Pressure above 140/90 mm Hg.

HMONO has been working to spread awareness and understanding about Hypertension - a silent killer that can go without symptoms while causing stroke and heart disease.