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Addiction Center


Are you or a loved one struggling with prescription painkillers, alcohol or street drugs like heroin? Call our drug abuse hotline to be connected with one of our rehabs or detox centers and start your new life today.

Addiction support HOTLINE - Addiction specialists are ready to help you begin your journey down the road to recovery. All it takes is a phone call to get started.




424 E. Central Boulevard #636
Orlando, FL, HI 32801

888-915-0759 - Statewide - Type: Toll-free

Alcoholics Anonymous


Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.


(808) 244-9673 - Wailuku - Type: Classes

(808) 329-1212 - Kailua-Kona - Type: Classes

(808) 946-1438 - Honolulu - Type: Classes

(808) 961-6133 - Hilo - Type: Classes

(808) 245-6677 - Lihue - Type: Classes

Aloha Church


4534 Uahi Rd
Lihue, HI 96766

(808) 241-7177 - Lihue - Type: Classes

American Red Cross


-Lifesaving training to almost 20,000 people per year (Infant CPR, first aid, aquatics, babysitting, pet first aid, and nurse aide training)
-Free Annual Summer Swim program for over 45 years at Ala Moana Beach for hundreds of keiki and adults, and a volunteer teen Summer Buddies leadership program.
-Workplace Safety teaches workers how to prevent injuries and respond to life threatening emergencies
-Caregiving teaches families to care for loved ones at home, or in a career to care for sick, elderly and disabled in a care setting.
-Disaster preparedness information was shared with over 27,000 people on how to prepare for emergencies
-Pre-deployment briefings provided to 17,000 servicemen and families
Oahu: 808.737.2101 Maui: 808.244.0051 Big Island: 808.935.8305




4155 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96816

(808) 245-4919 - Kauai County Office - Type: Main

(808) 935-8305 - Hawaii County Office - Type: Main

(808) 935-8305 - Hawaii Disaster Relief - Type: Program

(808) 244-0051 - Maui Disaster Relief - Type: Program

(808) 245-4919 - Kauai Disaster Relief - Type: Program

(808) 734-2101 - Oahu - Type: Main

(808) 739-8113 - Oahu Disaster Relief - Type: Program

Breastfeeding Kauai


Sammee Albano RN, IBCLC
Providing private in-home breastfeeding / lactation services
Lactation Consultations & Childbirth Classes




2855 Hoolako St.
Lihue, HI 96766

808-652-7320 - Kauai

(808) 652-7320 - Kauai - Type: Main

Cathy Conradi, RN - IBCLC


Breastfeeding warm line available for free during the daytime.

808-822-3918 - Kapa'a - Type: Classes

Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawai’i at Manoa


The International Pacific Rim Conference (Pac Rim) on Disability & Diversity has been widely recognized over the past 30 years as one of the most “diverse gatherings” in the world. The event encourages and respects voices from “diverse” perspective across numerous areas, including: voices from persons representing all disability areas; experiences of family members and supporters across all disability areas; responsiveness to diverse cultural and language differences; evidence of researchers and academics studying disability; stories of persons providing powerful lessons; examples of program providers, natural supports and allies of persons with disabilities and; action plans to meet human and social needs in a globalized world.

Each year the conference hews to its traditional areas which have bred much of the interdisciplinary research and educational advances of the last three decades. But each year new topics are introduced to foment discussion and change. The intent is to harness the tremendous synergy as generated by the intermingling of these diverse perspectives, thus, creating a powerful program which impacts each individual participant in his or her own unique way.



1410 Lower Campus Road #203
Honolulu, HI 96822

(808) 956-7539 - Honolulu - Type: Program

Child & Family Service


We are partners with Hawaii’s families to help them address serious life issues, with life-changing results. We believe that positive change can happen. We help families move from the impossible, to the possible, to new possibilities.

We instill hope that gives people the courage to change.




91-1841 Ft. Weaver Rd.
Ewa Beach, HI 96706

(808) 567-6100 - Kaunakakai - Type: Main

(808) 681-3500 - Ewa Beach - Type: Main

(808) 543-8413 - Honolulu - Type: Main

(808) 935-2188 - East Hawaii - Type: Main

(808) 877-6888 - Wailuku - Type: Main

(808) 323-2664 - West Hawaii - Type: Main

(808) 245-5914 - Lihue - Type: Main

Child and Family Service Domestic Violence Hotline (Kaua’i)


Domestic Abuse Shelters
The locations of our shelters are confidential. If you are in need of domestic abuse help, please call our Domestic Abuse Hotlines.

A Place of Refuge:
Domestic Abuse Shelters provide a safe haven for abused partners and their children. It is a time-out period for abused partners to learn about the dynamics of domestic violence, the cycle of abuse and how to develop a “safety plan”. It is also a time for learning about and making choices; discovering that they are not at fault for the abuse; building self-esteem and learning self-empowerment.

The shelters offer:
  • Domestic violence crisis hotline
  • Lodging and food
  • Crisis counseling
  • Individual counseling
  • Educational workshops
  • Support groups
  • Information, referral & advocacy
  • Children’s program
  • Tutors for children who are unable to attend school
  • Assistance with obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO)
  • Assistance with obtaining housing and financial aid

Child & Family Serve accepts all victims of domestic violence and their children.

Yes, there are fees, however, no one is turned away due to lack of ability to pay.

The Shelter for Domestic Abuse Programs are funded by the Department of Human Services, through funds distributed by the Hawaii State Legislature and through private grants, donations and support from the general public.

Your Rights:
  • As a participant in a Child & Family Service program you have the following rights:
  • The right to a humane service environment
  • The right to services free from unlawful discrimination
  • The right to be involved in your own service planning
  • The right to confidentiality except when otherwise mandated by law
  • The right to services which are least restrictive and most convenient
  • The right to file a complaint if these rights are infringed
The shelters provide a safe haven for victims and their children to learn about domestic violence and ways to keep themselves safe in the future.

Hours: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


2970 Kele Street Suite #203
, HI

(808) 245-6362 - Kauai - Type: Main

Child Care Connection Hawaii


Child Care Connection Hawaii (CCCH), is a federal subsidy program helping families pay for child care services.

CCCH uses a sliding fee scale for families meeting the income eligibility requirements. The subsidy amount varies based on the family’s gross monthly income, family size, type and cost of care, and, for CCCH only, the hours of the caretaker’s work activity.  The subsidy may not cover the full cost of care, thus families may be required to pay for some of the child care costs.

For families with children under the age of 13 years, the CCCH program provides subsidies to help pay for a variety of legal child care settings including:  care provided in the child’s home, care by relatives or friends in their home, before and after school programs, and preschools.  All child care providers, even if they are not licensed by DHS, need to have child abuse/neglect, adult perpetrator, and criminal history background checks completed in order to receive a DHS child care subsidy payment.  This is to help ensure that the child is in a safe setting. Parents will receive detailed information about these requirements during the application process.

CCCH program also provides families with: guidance in selecting a child care provider; information about quality child care programs; and referrals to community resources for help with other concerns.

The child care subsidy may be paid directly to families via an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card or via direct deposit to the family’s bank account, or a direct payment may be made directly to a licensed child care provider.  Families will receive more information about these options during the intake interview.



(808) 566-2600 - Hawaii Kai to Halawa - Type: Main

(808) 356-5577 - Aiea - Wahiawa to Waialua; Waipahu - Makaha - Type: Main

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