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Military & Family Life Consultant Program


The MFLC Program at a Glance

  • Provides non-medical short-term, situational problem-solving counseling to Service Members and their families
  • Provides psycho-education to help Service Members and their families understand the impact of stress, deployments, family reunions following deployments and the stresses of military life
  • MFLC services augment existing military support services
  • Flexible service delivery (outreach/rotational and on-demand)
  • Services can be provided on or off military installations
  • Services are provided to individuals, couples, families and groups
  • Children's Support Program addresses impact of military life on children
  • Mandated reports of child abuse, domestic abuse and other duty-to-warn situations
  • Services are otherwise confidential and private, except for duty-to-warn situations

Non-medical Counseling Services:
Life Skills:
  • Anger management
  • Communication
  • Relationship issues
  • Productivity at work
  • Conflict resolution
  • Parenting
  • Decision-making skills

    Military Lifestyle:
    • Deployment stress
    • Coping skills
    • Relocation adjustment
    • Sadness, grief and loss
    • Homesickness
    • Separation
    • Building resiliency
    • Reintegration: warrior to citizen

      (808) 222-7088 - Statewide - Type: Main

National Domestic Violence Hotline


Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services.



PO Box 161810
Austin, TX, HI 78716

P.A.C.T. Family Peace Center


The goal of the Family Peace Center-Maui is to bring peace to Hawaii’s families by offering safety, support, empowerment and accountability to victims/survivors, offenders and children exposed to domestic violence. Family Peace Center has been conducting domestic violence counseling for over 25 year.
The Maui Family Peace Center (FPC) provides many community services to help stop domestic violence including:

Puuhonua Unit: Support and safety planning for victims/survivors of domestic violence including assistance to those individuals who need Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs). A skilled counselor is there if you need to just call in and talk about your concerns. If a TRO is requested, the counselor will assist you in preparing the TRO, going to court with you and helping you advocate for your rights and providing a weekly support group if requested after the hearing.
Kuleana Unit: Groups for offenders of intimate partner violence (IPV) as well as groups for offenders of household or non-partner abuse led by skilled group facilitators in separate groups for males and females. This unit operates on a sliding fee schedule.

• Groups for male offenders with co-occurring substance abuse.

• Groups conducted in Ilocano language.

Na Opio: Groups for adolescents who are in need of more effective problem solving skills around the use of anger and/or those exhibiting violent behavior, anger control issues and/ or those. There is no charge for these groups as the Judiciary financially supports this service.

• FPC staff are available to speak to community groups on issues related to intimate partner violence as well as issues regarding teens and anger.

If you or anyone you know are experiencing any of these situations please call us for more information or to talk to a skilled counselor. Mahalo.

Who is the Family Peace Center-Maui for?
Victims/survivors, offenders and children exposed to domestic violence.

Is there a fee?
Fees may be charged for services provided to non-Judiciary referrals.



81 North Market Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

(808) 832-0855 - Oahu - Type: Main

(808) 244-2330 - Wailuku - Type: Main

Parents and Children Together (PACT)


808-585-7944 - Honolulu

808-526-2400 - Honolulu

Pregnant and Parenting Women and Dependent Children Therapeutic Living Program


The specialized TLP program for Pregnant, Parenting, Women and Children (PPWC) program that provides a variety of case management and treatment services focused on women with children in order to ensure the well-being of the mother and to establish a safe, solid and nurturing foundation for the children to grow. The Clean and Sober Program serves as an interim placement between treatment and transition. Both men and women’s programs are supported by a house manager. Clients are expected to attend meetings, seek jobs, and take the appropriate steps to transitioning back into society.

Culinary Program
Having a purpose and feeling productive can make all the difference. The Culinary Program allows Therapeutic Living Program clients gain valuable professional job training skills and experience in a supportive environment by participating in planning, preparing and serving unique island cuisine through BISAC’s INSPIRE Catering service.

Parent Child Education (STEPS)
Being a parent can be challenging and stressful. The STEPS program is provided exclusively for the Pregnant and Parenting Women and Dependent Children Therapeutic Living Program (PPWDC TLP), its main objective, to provide compassionate and helpful information that will assist clients in being the best parents they can be. Clients in STEPS are encouraged to understand their children better through education on child developmental steps as well as helpful discipline techniques and communication tools.

Family Education
Family is important to Health. Family Education is a program provided to our Therapeutic Living Program participants and their families, helping families understand the struggles of an individual seeking substance abuse treatment and supporting the families in providing a nurturing environment upon their loved ones return into the family once treatment is complete.

(808) 969-9994 - Hilo - Type: Main

S.A.F.E.R. - Family Advocacy Women’s Support Group


S.A.F.E.R. - Self Advocacy for Encouragement and Resources

  • Self-esteem & self care
  • Understanding Abuse
  • Information & Resources
  • Safety Planning
  • Emotion Regulation
  • Managing Anger & Stress
  • Power & Control
  • Cycle of Violence
  • Communication Skills
  • Understanding your emotions

    Classes are located at Schofield Barracks. Please call for more information and to register!


    (808) 655-4227 - Oahu - Type: Main

The Army Family Advocacy Program - Victim Advocacy Program


What is a Victim Advocate?
A Victim Advocate (VA) is a trained professional who provides non-clinical advocacy services and support to soldiers and Family Members experiencing domestic abuse. A victim advocate is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, emotional support, and information and referral services for military and civilian resources. A victim advocate can assist in obtaining shelter and protective orders (military and/or Civilian).

What is Domestic Abuse?
Domestic abuse is an offense under the United States Code, the Uniform code of Military Justice, or state law involving the use, attempted use, or threatened use of force or violence against a person or the violation of a lawful order issued for the protection of a person who is: (1) A current or former Spouse; (2)A person with whom the abuser shares a child in common; or (3) A current or former intimate partner with whom the abuser shares or has shared a common domicile.

What are my options for reporting Domestic Abuse?
Soldiers and Family Members who experience domestic abuse are encouraged to report the incident to a victim advocate to access a full range of services, including:
  • Restricted Reporting: Allows victims the option of receiving medical treatment, advocacy and counseling without triggering an official investigation or Command involvement.

  • Unrestricted Reporting: Victims receive medical treatment, advocacy, counseling, and an official investigation of the allegation. This option provides the widest range of rights and protections to the victim.

  • Am I eligible for Restricted Reporting? The Domestic Abuse Restricted Reporting Option is available to Soldiers, Family Member Spouses, and intimate partners.

  • Exceptions to Restricted Reporting: Safety is of the utmost importance, thus exceptions do exist to prevent or lessen a serious threat to the health/safety of the victim or others. Your victim advocate will explain the exceptions and eligibility requirements for restricted reporting.

How can I protect myself and my children?
  • Make a safety plan. Your safety and the safety of your children comes first!
  • Have an emergency kit with cash, medical cards, checkbook, car keys, birth certificates and other I.D., medications and important phone numbers
  • Plan an escape route out of your home and teach it to your children
  • Ask family, friends, and others for help
  • Get medical help if you have injuries

    Am I experiencing Domestic Abuse?
    Does your partner...
    • Act or look at you in ways that scare you?
    • Intimidate you with his/her temper?
    • Act like the abuse is no big deal, blame you for the abuse, or even deny doing it?
    • Control what you do, who you see or talk to, where you go, or isolate you?
    • Hit, kick, punch, slap, push or shove you?
    • Put you down or threaten you?
    • Take your money or refuse to give you money?
    • Keep you away from your friends and family?
    • Destroy your property or threaten to kill your pets?
    • Force you to have sex?
    • Threaten to commit suicide?
    • Threaten to kill you or your children?

      If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may be experiencing domestic abuse. Call an Army Victim Advocate 24/7 for help.

      (808) 624-7233 - Oahu, 24 Hour SAFE Line - Type: Main

The Childrens Alliance of Hawaii


Assists parents and caregivers of sexually abused children to enhance communication skills, gain insights to the multiple and complex issues of child sex abuse and its impact on family members, and develop needed resources.




200 North Vineyard Boulevard, Suite 410
Honolulu, HI 96817


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