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Alcohol Rehab Guide


Alcohol Rehab Guide is an online resource created to help people struggling with an alcohol addiction find treatment when they need it most. The team at ARG is made up of recovering addicts and industry professionals who are dedicated to helping everyone find hope in recovery.

ARG provides life-saving information and guidance to help people suffering from alcoholism find and stay in recovery.




2014 Edgewater Dr. #165
Orlando, Florida, HI 32804

University of Hawaii Maui College


PhD prepared Nursing Faculty at UH Maui College teaching Obstetrics and Pediatrics.  Clinical Nurse Specialist in Acute Pediatrics and an Advanced Practice RN.



310 Kahumanu Avenue
Department of Allied Health
Kahului, HI 96732

A Place For Women in Waipio


A Place for Women in Waipio is a safe place for women to rest their hearts in a nonjudgemental environment.

We understand what you are going through when you find yourself with an unexpected pregnancy, wounded by abortion or other life difficulties.

You can trust A Place for Women in Waipio for the accurate information you need right now, presented by caring Life Advocates.

Our free pregnancy clinic in the Honolulu area provides confidential support services for women in crisis such as: free pregnancy tests, pregnancy/Biblical counseling, limited ultrasounds, adoption referrals, abstinence education, post abortion recovery classes, and more!

A Place for Women is run by trained volunteers who have a passion to serve and support.

Call us today. Our Life Advocates are waiting to help you.

Tuesday - Friday 11:00am - 4:30pm


94-1044 Waipio Uka Street, Second Floor
Waipahu, HI 96797

(808) 678-3991 - Waipio - Type: Main

808-973-0674 - Honolulu - Type: Main

Access Adult Mental Health Division - 24-hour Suicide and Crisis Line


We provide a comprehensive, integrated mental health system supporting the recovery of adults with severe mental illness. Eligibility for services:

  • Adults who have persistent and serious mental illness.
  • Adults who are in a state of crisis and need help for a short time.
  • Adults who are victims of natural disasters and terrorism.
  • Adults who are ordered by the courts for treatment.
  • Individuals who are at least 18 years old. If not, you may be referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD).
  • Adult individuals who live in the State of Hawaii.


1250 Punchbowl Street, Room #256
Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 832-3100 - Oahu - Type: Main

1-800-753-6879 - State - Type: Toll-free

ACS Boot Camp for New Dads


Geared toward preparing the "New Dad" for the arrival of a new born child

"A class for Dads, facilitated by Dads; no Moms and no question is off limits."

  • Care for Mom
  • Parenting teamwork
  • Dad's "Bag of Tricks"
  • Postpartum adjustments
  • Crying babies
  • Safety
  • Dad's role as protector

Schofield Barracks
Army Community Service
Bldg. 2091 (Across from Richardson Pool)
The 4th Saturday of every month

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

ACS Classes


This class will give you the tools to:

  • Understand and identify stress
  • Manage stress before it manages you
  • Practice relaxation techniques
  • Know where to go for help

    Schofield Barracks ACS every 4th Monday 12:00-1:00
    Fort Shafter ACS every 4th Thursday 2:00-3:00

    Do you count the hours each night?
    Do you dream of sleeping through the night?
    Join us and leave with tips and techniques for getting a better night's sleep.

    Schofield Barracks ACS every 2nd Wednesday 3:30-4:30
    Fort Shafter ACS on request

    Explore how voiced and unvoiced emotions impact the way we talk--or don't talk! Learn new ways to increase dialogue and understanding

    Schofield Barracks ACS every 2nd Monday 4:00-5:00
    Fort Shafter ACS on request

    Anger & Conflict
    Too many discussions turning into arguments? Give us an hour and we will review and practice proven ways for understanding conflict and overcoming anger.

    Schofield Barracks ACS every 3rd Thursday 3:00-4:00
    Fort Shafter ACS every 2nd Thursday 2:00-3:00

    Unable to attend any in-class sessions? Check to see if a webinar version will be available (classes run from 11:45am-12:45pm on designated dates)!

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

ACS-FAP Couple Classes


Scream Free Marriage
Every couple goes through conflict - Not every couple grows through it. Be one of the successful. Join us for a 3-week series.
Classes scheduled at Schofied and Fort Shafter

Partner Talk (Couples Only)
Learn techniques to improve the way in which you communicate with your partner.
Classes scheduled at Schofield (at Fort Shafter on request)

Communication Solutions (couples or singles) Explore how voiced and unvoiced emotions impact the way we talk, or don't talk.
Classes scheduled at Schofield

Happy Couples
This 3-week series helps couples work on communication, conflict resolution & connecting.
Classes scheduled at Schofield and Fort Shafter Register Today!

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

Aloha United Way


At Aloha United Way, we fundraise, engage and educate to achieve change in our community. Our community support resources help individuals and organizations in their efforts to influence positive change. We do what no single organization can do alone.




200 N. Vineyard Boulevard, Suite 700
Honolulu, HI 96817

(808) 536-1951 - Type: Main

211 - Statewide - Type: Hotline

Alu Like


Provides services to Native Hawaiians across the lifespan.


1977 Kaohu Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

(808) 242-9774 - Maui - Wailuku - Type: Main

Alu Like, Inc. - Pulama I Na Keiki (Cherish the Children)


Program Purpose
To help families of Hawaiian children prepare them for educational success.

Program Services
The program offers prenatal and infant/toddler services including home visits, workshops and parent/toddler groups. Our parent educators provide:
(1) Culturally relevant information on prenatal health, childbirth, child development and child rearing.
(2) Activities that help families encourage their children's interest in learning.
(3) Links to community resources.

Program Philosophy
Parents and the extended family are a child's first teachers and the home is a child's first classroom. Early experiences carry over into a child's educational experiences.

Parents want their children to succeed. By building on family and cultural strengths, they can increase their knowledge and understanding of factors that contribute to their children's educational success.

Program Participation
Our goal is to work with families of Hawaiian and part-Hawaiian children as early as possible. Preference is given to families with or expecting a first of second child.

Prenatal services: Hapai women, preferably in first trimester.

Infant/Toddler Services: Children up to six months of age.


567 South King Street, #132
Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 535-6766 - Honolulu - Administrative Office - Type: Main

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