Family. Structure. Responsibility.
John L. Dudoit, Jr. founded Makana O Ke Akua, Inc. in March 2003 with a vision to create a structured transitional home to help recovering substance abuse offenders maintain a Clean and Sober lifestyle. John wanted to give back the same life-changing support that he was given when he was in recovery.
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Purpose: To teach and develop independence, accountability and responsibility. We strive to become mentors and role models and bring hope to others and their families, ultimately becoming a light at the end of the tunnel.
We provide a structured living environment where individuals are given the opportunity to make a positive change with their lives. All our homes have house rules and curfew times to ensure a structured living environment.
Each house is managed by a house manager. The house manager is there to ensure a safe environment and to provide mutual support for the men in our homes. They are available for moral, spiritual, and emotional support. We are a tight-knit family. We teach respect, honor, responsibility, accountability, forgiveness, and family in our homes.
Makana O Ke Akua, Inc. (MOKA) is a private, faith-based non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. We are dedicated to creating a clean and sober living environment for men who want to make a positive change with their lives.
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"We believe that each individual has the potential to succeed in life. We are blessed to be a part of that transition."
- John Lyon Dudoit, Jr.
"Thank you for supporting me and helping me fulfill my dream!" -Mahina Leeward Community College Graduate
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By: Dave Reardon | November 22, 2018