HCI Mission Statement
HCI provides opportunities for offenders to acquire real life work skills and good habits through businesses that produce quality products and services for our customers.
Here We Grow Again
HCI as a company is undergoing some major changes. As we bring more products online, and train on how to manufacture and assemble those products, the links to those products will be come active with pricing, pictures and descriptions.
We accept our responsibilities, and we will be held accountable.
Serve, honor, protect, and care for resources; maintain fiduciary responsibility.
KŪLIA I KA NU‘U— Achievement.
We pursue excellence in all we do. Strive to reach the summit.
KA LĀ HIKI OLA— Optimism.
We think positively.
WORK THAT CHANGES LIVES
It was an honor and privilege to be able to sign SB2630, which will allow HCI to sell inmate-made products and services on the open market to the general public. Not only will this bill help the program to be self-sustaining, it will also give individuals in the program a source of income to help meet their financial obligations while incarcerated.
What We Do
Operating under the State of Hawaii, Department of Public Safety Corrections, HCI's mission is to be self-sustaining while providing all able-bodied offenders a vocational rehabilitation with real-world work opportunities, which develops inter-personal skills ensuring the individual's ability to be a productive and contributing member to society upon release. While incarcerated, a working offender develops skills that are critical for his or her successful reintegration back into the community. We all benefit when an offender is released and he or she has the ability to secure gainful employment, paying taxes, and becoming a productive, contributing member to society.