Intern Insights: Sajja


I grew up in the small developing country of Nepal where opportunities for individuals with a disability are very limited. Living in a patriarchal country, being blind and female forced me to encounter twice as many barriers from a young age. When I attended school in Nepal, I did not have a disability office to […]

Intern Insights: Michelle


To some individuals, “therapy,” “counseling” and “mental health” are very intimidating words that are associated with negative biases. This is a common misconception, especially because Hollywood and the media may be the only exposure people have to them. But, therapy and counseling can be used by all people who want to learn more about themselves […]

Volunteer Voice: Araz


When I moved to Oahu in 2015, the homeless and low-income population were very evident. I felt compassion for this community, but I wasn’t sure how to help or what I could even do on my own. Thankfully, through a mutual friend, I met one of the employees at Helping Hands Hawaii (HHH) who gave […]