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Hale Halawai Ohana O Hanalei

Description:

Hale Halawai ‘Ohana O Hanalei translates as “A house for the coming together of the ‘Ohana (extended family) of Hanalei.” Locally referenced as The Hanalei Community Center.  Dedicated to celebrating and increasing the resources and spirit of the people, the Center serves as a venue for a variety of services, classes, programs and events.

Website:

Email:

(808) 826-1011 - Hanalei - Type: Main



Hale Kipa

Description:

Hale Kipa provides residential and shelter services:

  • Independent living program
  • Transitional living program
  • Ewa Emergency Shelter Program
  • Honolulu Emergency Shelter Program
  • Kamala Homes

Website:

Email:

Address:

615 Pi’ikoi Street, Suite 203
Honolulu, HI 96814

(808) 589-1829 - Statewide - Type: Program



Hawaii Families as Allies

Description:

Hours:Mon. - Fri.: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Maintains a statewide network of local support groups made up of parents/caregivers whose children have emotional, mental or behavioral challenges. Offers parent to parent support, telephone support, quarterly newsletter, resource library, parent advocacy training, conference, legislative networking, and information and referral.

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Email:

Address:

99-209 Moanalua Rd., Ste. 305
Aiea, HI 96701

1-866-361-8825 - Statewide - Type: Toll-free

(808) 487-3845 - Warm Line - Type: Program

(808)487-8785 - Type: Program

(808) 487-8785 - Oahu - Type: Main



Hawaii Medical Service Association

Description:

HMSA, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, is a reliable name in Hawaii health care. Established in 1938, we are the largest and most experienced provider of health care coverage in the state. Over half of Hawaii’s population have chosen HMSA for their health care coverage.

We are dedicated to providing quality, affordable health plans; employee benefit services; and worksite wellness programs. HMSA also offers a variety of programs, services and support to help improve the health and well-being of our members and community.

Website:

Address:

818 Keeaumoku St.
Honolulu, HI 96814

(808) 871-6295 - Kahului - Type: Service/Intake

(808) 948-6111 - Honolulu - Type: Service/Intake

(808) 935-5441 - Hilo - Type: Service/Intake

(808) 245-3393 - Lihue - Type: Service/Intake



Hi’ilani Kaua’i

Description:

Hiʻilani is an early childhood family education program that serves children prenatal to 36 months of age and their families. Hiʻilani offers small group regularly scheduled classes and activities during mornings, mid-days and evenings throughout the year. These classes focus on strategies, tools and techniques that promote preschool readiness and well-being through positive parent-child interactions including: Parent and child interaction classes Prenatal classes Family activities Early childhood screening and referral Individual consultation A child’s first 3 years are a critical time during which they begin the development of emotional stability, physical health and development, cognitive skills, problem solving skills and social competence. Hiʻilani’s mission to promote preschool readiness and intergenerational change while focusing on quality interactions between the child, ʻohana and the community is key to the program’s success. Hiʻilani believes in: Providing culturally and individually sensitive early childhood family education services to promote healthy and secure parent-child relationships; Providing a family-friendly environment that honors parents and families as the primary care givers and educators of their children; Creating opportunities for parents and children to learn and develop together; Providing parents and families with opportunities to build parent skills, knowledge and confidence; Working in partnership with community groups and support services to strengthen family support systems within the community. Hiʻilani Classes: Each class consists of 5-10 meetings. Infant Massage (Newborn-8 months) Baby Massage encourages families to interact with their young babies through nurturing touch. This series helps families to focus on their babies’ cues and the best times to stimulate learning. Baby Milestones (6-10 months) Baby Milestones provides families with a general understanding of development including crawling, pulling up and the impact of such development (like safety issues) on the family. The class also includes activities that help babies grow within each developmental area. Floor Time (11-16 months) Floor Time helps families recognize their child’s temperament, how that temperament impacts the family and ways to play at the child’ s level in order to minimize future power struggles.

Website:

Address:

3170-A Jerves Street
Līhuʻe, HI 96766

(808) 245-3897 - Lihue - Type: Classes



Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii

Description:

Ho`ola Lahui Hawai`i Serves Everyone. As a Native Hawaiian Health Care System, HLH has a specific focus on serving the needs of Native Hawaiians and their families.

HLH provides services in primary health care, dental care, behavioral health counseling, substance abuse counseling,
health promotion, health education, chronic disease management, nutritional counseling, fitness classes,
outreach services, pharmacy services
and case management services.

Website:

(808) 240-0150 - Waimea Dental Services - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0194 - Waimea Behavioral Health Services - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0200 - Pharmacy - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0170 - Kapa'a Medical Services - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0180 - Kapa'a Dental Services - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0194 - Kapa'a Behavioral Health Services - Type: Clinic

(808) 240-0100 - Lihue - Type: Main

(808) 240-0140 - Waimea Medical Services - Type: Clinic



Hua Moon Women’s Health

Description:

Hua Moon Women’s Health provides professional and safe health care for Kauai’s women, by nationally-credentialed Midwives, and accepts most all insurances including Quest Medicaid insurances. If you are looking for pregnancy or well woman care outside of the traditional hospital setting, where you will be involved in every aspect of your care, please contact us. The Midwives Model of Care is based upon the principles of Evidence-Based Practice and Informed Choice. Mothers and midwives are partners in promoting a healthy outcome for mother and baby. Together we carefully monitor the progress of pregnancy and labor, and engage in appropriate education regarding your options. This “shared decision-making” allows you to make choices that make the most sense for you and your baby.

Website:

Address:

4-1558 Kuhio Highway
Kapaa, HI 96746



Jim Raelson, M.D. - IBCLC

Description:

Breastfeeding warm line available on the South/Westside (Kaua'i).

(808) 645-1286 - South/Westside Kaua'i - Type: Main



Kandi Bloss, RNC - CLC

Description:

Breastfeeding warm line available (call or text)

(808) 652-8102 - Kauai - Type: Main

(808) 245-1441 - Wilcox Hospital - Type: Program



Kapa’a Missionary Church

Description:

SOUP KITCHEN - A hot meal is served on the second & fourth Saturday of the month from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

FOOD PANTRY - We provide free food bags every Saturday from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. here at the church.  Volunteers shop for the food, pack the food bags and cheerfully pass them out to anyone who needs food or clothing.

FREE CLOTHING - We give away clothing every Saturday from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. here at the church.  All clothes are donated and volunteers sort, fold and organize items for give-away.

Website:

Email:

Address:

4-758 Kuhio Hwy
Kapa'a, HI 96746

(808) 822-5594 - Type: Main


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