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In Peace

Description:

Keiki Steps
Keiki Steps is a FREE program focused on parent-child interactive learning experiences from birth through five years. Adult participation is required, and enrollment preference is given to Native Hawaiian Families. Priority is given to high-need communities.

Hōʻala
Hōʻala by INPEACE is designed to bring Native Hawaiian families with children ages 0–5 information and guidance about early childhood education programs. Hōʻala strengthens family engagement by linking parents to community resources and providing access to learning and care.


Parents as Teachers
The Parents as Techers (PAT) program is an initiative by Hōʻala that empowers and supports Native Hawaiian parents in the Wai’anae Community to become their children’s first teacher. Parents meet with a certified PAT educator for free monthly in-home visits to gain knowledge in early childhood and brain development.

Website:

Email:

Address:

1001 Kamokila Blvd. Suite #226
Kapolei, HI 96707

(808) 696-9300 - Hōʻala/Parents as Teachers (PAT) - Oahu - Type: Main

(808) 933-2933 - Keiki Steps - Big Island & Molokai - Type: Main

(808) 620-9043 - Keiki Steps - Oahu - Type: Main



INPEACE

Description:

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Native Hawaiians through community partnerships that provide educational opportunities and promote self-sufficiency. Central to our commitment is the preservation and promotion of our culture and heritage through education.

Email:

Address:

1001 Kamokila Blvd., Suite #226
Kapolei, HI 96707

(808) 693-7222 - Oahu - Type: Main



Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Centers, Inc.

Description:

Services include:

-Case Management
-Medical Clinic
-Childcare
-Head Start Program
-Chemical Dependency Component
-Educational/Literacy Program
-Emergency Services
-Transitional Housing
-Life Skills Classes
-Job Programs


Central Center
670 Waiale Road
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

Westside Center
15 Ipu’Aumakua Lane
Lahaina, Hawaii 96761

Website:

(808) 242-7600 - Wailuku - Type: Main

(808) 662-0076 - Lahaina - Type: Main



Kahi Kamali’i - Infant and Toddler Center

Description:

Philosophy
Kahi Kamali'i Infant/Toddler Center is designed to be a place where children can grow and develop in a supportive, safe, nurturing environment. Young children are valued and respected as individuals, highly capable of exploring while learning new skills each and everyday. Parents are regarded as the child's first teacher, making the family unit unique and significant to our program. We believe that young children learn best in an environment that promotes safety along with encouragement security and responsive caregivers.

Enrollment Procedures
Applications for Kahi Kamali'i are available at the MEO facility (Head Start office). Parents are asked to submit the following documents:
(1) Child's State Birth Certificate (at the time of application)
(2) Income Verification for the previous year (W-2s, Tax documents, and or pay stubs).

Hours of Operation
Kahi Kamali'i offers year-round services. Monday - Friday from 7:30am - 4:30pm. Times for children will vary, depending on group selected. The program is closed on all State and Federal Holidays, and quarterly for staff training day.

Group 1 (ten children)
7:30am - 4:00pm
Group 2 (ten children)
8:00am - 4:30pm

Selection of Children:
Preference is given to children and families at a disadvantage (i.e. low income, high risk, or have special needs)

Parent Visitation:
Parent/legal guardians are welcome to visit the center anytime throughout the day, or volunteer as a caregiver. (Negative TB clearance required).

Tuition:
There is a monthly fee for services due the first Friday of each month. Families that qualify for Childcare Connections are encouraged to apply for funding to assist with payments (applications are available through the Kahi Kamali'i or MEO Head Start office).

Admission Requirements:
Children 6 months to 4 years are eligible for services at Kahi Kamali'i. Upon acceptance families will be asked to provide the following information for their child.
(1) Child's State Birth Certificate
(2) A Physical clearance obtained within two months of start date.
(3) A negative TB clearance.
(4) Up-to-date immunizations based on the child's age.
(5) Parent orientation.
(6) Plan of action for children w/ special needs.

Address:

97 Mahalani Street
Wailuku, HI 96793

(808) 249-2003 - Wailuku - Type: Main



Keiki Injury Prevention Coalition

Description:

KIPC serves as the Hawaii chapter of SAFE KIDS Worldwide. This affiliation with SAFE KIDS provides increased resources at the community level and enhances the impact of the coalition in preventing unintentional childhood injuries. Injury is one of the leading causes of death and disability in Hawaii for all children, responsible for more deaths of children ages 1-17, than all other causes combined. Automobile safety has been our major focus as traffic related injuries continue to be the leading cause of death for Hawaii’s children and youth. KIPC/SAFE KIDS Hawaii, with the help of our members, community partners and volunteers has made major strides in improving vehicle occupant protection for children in our state. Safety Seat Inspection Stations statewide offer hands-on education free of charge. Link to our Event Calendar or the Child Passenger Safety page and find a station near you.

Website:

Email:

Address:

P.O. Box 61954
Honolulu, HI 96839

(808) 347-5410 - Child Safety Information - Type: Resources/Referrals

(808) 294-0402 - Honolulu - Type: Main



Keiki O Ka Aina

Description:

Our organization develops and implements "new" Native Hawaiian community site-based programs for parents and preschool children aged 0-5. In addition, we provide support services to enhance both existing and new child development programs. These specialized services include Native Hawaiian cultural enrichment services, development of family literacy curriculum, family mental wellness programs, English/Hawaiian curriculum adaptation and child care programs. A newly developed research and evaluation component is an integral part of our overall program.

Website:

Email:

Address:

3097 Kalihi Street
Honolulu, HI 96819

(808) 845-3454 - HELP Childcare - Type: Resources/Referrals

(808) 843-2502 - Oahu - Type: Main



Kona Community Hospital Maternity Services

Description:

Providing and enhancing accessible, comprehensive health-care services to our community that are: quality-driven, customer-focused and cost-effective

Website:

Address:

79-1019 Haukapila Street
Kealakekua, HI 96750

(808) 322-4482 - Lactation Center - Type: Clinic

(808) 322-4416 - Type: Program

(808) 322-9311 - Type: Main



Kupukupu Child Development Program

Description:

Our goal is to help children develop and thrive in a secure child-focused program. Your child will be helped to learn to succeed in everyday tasks and to learn to feel good about himself/herself in a loving, caring, safe place.
-Your child will be safe and well cared for by trained and culturally competent staff.
-Can assist with transportation to program related activities, meetings & health services appointments (Doctor, Dentist or WIC)

Who is eligible?
-Children from 6 weeks old up to 3 years of age.
-Families who have children with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
-Parents must be working at least 20 hours a week, in school full time or in job training. Hours: 7:00am - 3:00pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays)

Website:

Email:

Address:

1844 Wili Pa Loop
Wailuku, HI 96793

(808) 242-0900 - Maui - Wailuku - Type: Main



Learning Disabilities Association of Hawai’i

Description:

Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii (LDAH) is a non-profit organization founded in 1968 by parents of children with disabilities.

We are the Parent Training & Information Center (PTI) for the state of Hawaii. It is our mission to enhance educational, work and life opportunities for children and youth with or at risk of disabilities by empowering them and their families through screening, identification, information, training and mentoring, and by public outreach and advocacy.

LDAH supports parents of children with any disability and the professionals who serve them throughout Hawaii in a variety of ways:
  • Information/Referral
  • Education and Training
  • Mentoring and Advocacy
  • Persons-In-Need Program (PIN) (small grant awards to benefit children with disabilities)
  • School Readiness Project
  • Sharing the Committment (STC)-- Po`okela Project

Website:

(808) 536-9684 - Honolulu - Type: Main

(808) 696-5361 - Waianae - Type: Main

(800) 533-9684 - Neighbor Islands - Type: Toll-free



Learning Disabilities Association of Hawai’i (Honolulu)

Description:

Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii (LDAH) is a non-profit organization founded in 1968 by parents of children with disabilities.

We are the Parent Training & Information Center (PTI) for the state of Hawaii. It is our mission to enhance educational, work and life opportunities for children and youth with or at risk of disabilities by empowering them and their families through screening, identification, information, training and mentoring, and by public outreach and advocacy.

LDAH supports parents of children with any disability and the professionals who serve them throughout Hawaii in a variety of ways:
  • Information/Referral
  • Education and Training
  • Mentoring and Advocacy
  • Persons-In-Need Program (PIN) (small grant awards to benefit children with disabilities)
  • School Readiness Project
  • Sharing the Committment (STC)-- Po`okela Project

Website:

Address:

245 N. Kukui St., Suite 205
Honolulu, HI 96817

(808) 536-9684 - Honolulu - Type: Main


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