{Keiki to Kūpuna}

Child & Family Service is Hawaii’s most comprehensive, private human service organization with programs on:
O‘ahuKaua‘iMauiLāna‘iMoloka‘i • Big Island (East Hawai‘i - Hilo Office and West Hawai‘i - Kona Office)

Click on the above to see programs and office locations.

Programs that help to build strong families ties that honor children, fathers, mothers, and kūpuna, and develop life-changing tools that help throughout their lives.

Family Centers (Hale Ho‘omalu & Nana's House)
• Immigrant Resource Center
Neighborhood Place of Wailuku

Child abuse & neglect prevention program offering nurturing parenting skills and counseling for families of newborn to 3 year olds.

Enhanced Healthy Start
Head Start
Healthy Start
The Parent Line / HomeReach
Pre-Plus Preschool

Programs that help teens through personal crisis in school and in life, providing tools to become confident, independent, successful and earn a high school diploma.

Crisis Mobile Outreach (Emergency Mental Health Services)
Hale O Ulu - Alternative School for Youth
Independent Living Program
Independent Living Program for Residential Services (Hawai‘i Island)
Ka Pa Ola - Community Based Residential Services
Specialized Substance Abuse Treatment - E Ala Hou
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
• Therapeutic Crisis Home
• Transitional Family Home / Respite Home

Temporary shelter for victims of domestic violence and transitional housing to help them develop skills for independent living.

Comprehensive Counseling & Support Services (CCSS)
Developing Options to Violence Program
Domestic Abuse Shelters
Domestic Abuse Transitional Housing
Domestic Violence Advocacy
• Domestic Violence Survivor Services & Domestic Violence Batterer Services
Employment Services for Refugees
Family Strengthening Services
Maui Sexual Assault Center
Molokai Intergrated Services
Tobacco Cessation Program
Voluntary Case Management (VCM)
WorkLife Hawaii - Employee Assistance Program

Caregiver programs offering respite, resources, and support to families caring for elderly loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other health issues. Wellness and case management programs help keep kūpuna safe and living independently.

‘Ohana Care (for elders and their caregivers)
REACH (Responsiveness, Encouragement and Assistance through Counseling and Help)
Senior Case Management
Senior Groups (Health Maintenance)

For general information regarding all services call (808) 681-3500.


Excerpt from the poem "Intentions" by Kealoha:

“let your courage navigate you to new territories

support your loved ones dreams
this is family

receive help when you need it
this is family

give of yourself when needed
this is family

learn to trust and communicate with your heart
this is family...”

View the whole poem here

© 2012 Kealoha

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