Phone Helplines

  • (800) 753-6879

    I (or someone I know) is experiencing a mental health crisis. Who can I call? The AMHD Access Program provides a team of trained and experienced professionals to provide help to you or a family member in times of mental health crisis. We are there to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. On Oahu, call us at 832-3100. On the neighbor islands, call us toll-free at 1-800-753-6879.

  • (808) 832-3100

    Provides a team of trained and experienced professionals to provide help in times of mental health crisis; available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 832-3100 (Oahu); 1-800-753-6879 (Neighbor Islands)

  • (808) 245-4919

    The Kauai Red Cross provides disaster response to those affected by disasters in Kauai County and shares critical preparedness information to the community so that people can prepare before a disaster strikes. All disaster response and disaster training are provided at no charge. Training classes such as first aid, CPR and lifeguarding are available for a fee. To register for classes or to get more information, contact 1-800-733-2767. To request a presentation to your organization, school or group, please call 245-4919.

  • (800) 448-3000

    The Boys Town National Hotline is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and staffed by specially trained Boys Town counselors. It is accredited by the American Association of Suicidiology (AAS). Parents, teens and families can find help with the following: Suicide prevention; Sexual abuse; Parenting troubles; Anger; Physical abuse; School issues; Chemical dependency; Relationship problems; Depression; Emotional abuse; Runaways; And much more. Spanish-speaking counselors and translation services, representing more than 140 languages, are available, along with a TDD line (1-800-448-1833) that allows counselors to communicate with speech-impaired and deaf callers.

  • (808) 521-4357

    Committed to providing social services and advocating for the dignity of each person with compassion. Provides Help Line and programs on O'ahu, Hawai'i, Maui and Kauai under I Need Help: Counseling Services, Child Abuse & Neglect, Domestic Violence, Homeless Solutions, Immigrant & Refugee Services, Senior Services, Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Youth & Family Support Services.

  • (808) 733-9333

    State of Hawaii, Department of Health Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division for information about obtaining Behavioral Healthcare for your Child, Family Guidance Centers and Resources Library.

  • (800) 426-5678

    Child Find of America Inc. is a national not-for-profit organization that locates missing children through active investigation and publicity, prevents child abduction through education, and prevents/resolves incidents of parental abduction through conflict management and mediation.

  • (800) 394-3366

    Connects child welfare and related professionals to comprehensive information and resources to help protect children and strengthen families. We feature the latest on topics from prevention to permanency, including child abuse and neglect, foster care, and adoption.

  • (800) 422-4453

    If this is an emergency, call 911. This hotline offers crisis intervention, information, literature, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. All calls are anonymous and confidential.

  • (808) 521-4357

    Assistance for families and individuals having difficulties adjusting to life’s challenges. Services include counseling, mentoring, case management, emergency financial and material assistance, and referrals to other programs.

  • (800) 845-1946

    Provides education, information, counseling, and consultation to prevent drug abuse through awareness, education, and action. Services include the Hawaii Prevention Resource Center, TeenLink Hawaii youth resource, Strengthening Hawaii Families programs, youth development and leadership programs, community building initiatives, family intervention and counseling services, and Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence training services.

  • (800) 753-6879

    Provides support, consultation and referrals to all youth whose immediate health and safety may be in jeopardy due to a mental health issue, as identified by school personnel or caregiver by calling the Access Line at 800-753-6879. Crisis Mobile Outreach services are available to conduct a face to face assessment of the crisis situation and arrange appropriate course of action. Crisis Stabilization services provide a safe, short term place for youth to stay during a period of stress.

  • (800) 753-6879

    Provides support, consultation and referrals to all youth whose immediate health and safety may be in jeopardy due to a mental health issue, as identified by school personnel or caregiver by calling the Access Line at 800-753-6879. Services are available to conduct a face to face assessment of the crisis situation and arrange appropriate course of action. Crisis Stabilization services provide a safe, short term place for youth to stay during a period of acute stress.

  • (808) 532-5100

    DOV offers a full spectrum of domestic violence intervention and prevention services. Adult programs include: domestic violence interventions services for individuals who use physical, emotional, psychological and/ or sexual abuse in intimate relationships. Adolescent Program: Assists adolescents in understanding their behavior. Children’s Group: To help children who have witnessed domestic violence understand it and deal with their feelings about it. 

  • (808) 959-8864

     

    Locations of shelters are confidential. If you need help, call our Hotlines: (808) 959-8864. Shelters provide a safe haven for abused partners and children, offering lodging and food, counseling, workshops, support groups, referral & advocacy, children’s program, tutors for children, assistance with Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO) and with housing and financial aid. 

  • (808) 322-7233

    Shelters' locations are confidential. If you are in need of domestic abuse help, please call our Domestic Abuse Hotlines: (808) 322-7233. Domestic Abuse Shelters provide a safe haven for abused partners and children, and offer lodging, food, counseling, workshops, support groups, referral & advocacy, programs and tutors for kids, assistance with Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO), and housing and financial aid. 

  • (808) 841-0822

    The Domestic Abuse Shelters are temporary shelters offering women and children up to 90 days of a safe haven when fleeing from domestic violence.  The shelter offers basic needs (food, clothing etc.), counseling support and services for children. During this temporary stay, they learn dynamics of domestic violence and how to develop a safety plan. 

    The locations of shelters are confidential. If you are in need of domestic abuse help, please call the number above. If you would like general information on the shelters, please call the organization.

  • (808) 959-8864

    Locations of the apartments are confidential. If you are in need of domestic abuse help, please call our Domestic Abuse Hotlines. The Domestic Abuse Shelters are temporary shelters offering women and children up to 90 days of a safe haven when fleeing from domestic violence. The shelter offers basic needs (food, clothing, etc.) counseling support, and services for children. During this temporary stay, they learn dynamics of domestic violence and how to develop a safety plan.

  • (808) 322-7233

    Apartments' locations are confidential. If you need help, call the Hotline: (808) 322-7233. Services provide public assistance; legal assistance; skills training in household management, employment and vocational services, interpersonal communication;  guidance in using community resources; social, cultural, recreational, and religious activities, conflict resolution, domestic violence support.

  • (808) 531-3771

    If this is an emergency, please call 911. Dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse by providing direct legal services to clients, legal information, case management, support services, community education, advocacy for system reform and other specialized services such as our Teen Alert program. Accepts volunteers to assist clients in areas such as individual outreach, safety issues, legal issues, advocacy, manning of legal help line, clerical and public education.

  • (808) 935-2188

    Services help individuals involved in domestic abuse situations to become self sufficient, providing assessment, safety plan, Individual Service Plan, Case Management, Domestic Violence Information, Counseling, Community Referrals, Transitioning to First-to-Work, Financial Planning, Time Management and Referrals for Legal Assistance. For more information, visit program website.

  • (808) 877-9888

    Families who are enrolled in Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) or Temporary Assistance to Other Needy Families (more commonly known as “welfare”), are required to  be engaged in activities that will ultimately lead them to self-sufficiency.  Program recipients for whom issues of safety and domestic violence are interfering with their progress can call upon Domestic Violence Advocacy to help them find support to change their situations.  Services include: assessment, service planning, counseling services, case management and linkage and referral.

  • (808) 585-2712

    Families who are enrolled in Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) or Temporary Assistance to Other Needy Families (more commonly known as “welfare”), are required to  be engaged in activities that will ultimately lead them to self-sufficiency.  Program recipients for whom issues of safety and domestic violence are interfering with their progress can call upon Domestic Violence Advocacy to help them find support to change their situations.  Services include: assessment, service planning, counseling services, case management and linkage and referral.

  • (808) 323-2664

    Services help individuals involved in domestic abuse situations to become self sufficient, providing assessment, safety plan, Individual Service Plan, Case Management, Domestic Violence Information, Counseling, Community Referrals, Transitioning to First-to-Work, Financial Planning, Time Management and Referrals for Legal Assistance. For more information, visit program website.

  • (808) 841-0822

    The Domestic Abuse Shelters are temporary shelters offering women and children up to 90 days of a safe haven when fleeing from domestic violence. The shelter offers basic needs (food, clothing, etc.), counseling support, and services for children. During this temporary stay, they learn dynamics of domestic violence and how to develop a safety plan. The locations of our shelters are confidential. If you are in need of domestic abuse help, please call our Domestic Abuse Hotlines. If you would like general information on the shelters, please call the main Child & Family Service line: 808.681.3500

  • (808) 245-5914

    Specialized Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Pregnant & Parenting Women and Children This program helps pregnant and parenting women to reduce the severity and disabling effects of alcohol and drug abuse on children and babies. At-risk mothers participate in substance abuse treatment services. Successful participants decrease their use of substances during pregnancy, enroll in early and consistent prenatal care, and continue positive behaviors once they have completed treatment services.

  • (808) 543-8447

    Gainful employment is the key to refugees successfully establishing themselves in the U.S. This program offers job preparation, counseling and job placement services with the goal of gainful employment and self-sufficiency.

  • (800) 566-5688

    Whether you are a victim-searching family or a forensic investigator, there is a place to turn to for help. Our services are always provided FREE-OF-CHARGE regardless of the expense or duration of the case. We hall locate children and teens missing prior to their 21st birthday.

  • (808) 548-7478

    The mission of Family Promise of Hawaii is to mobilize existing community resources to aid families with children experiencing homelessness and them transition to sustainable independence.

  • (888) 843-4564

    The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) National Hotline provides telephone, online private one-to-one chat and email peer-support, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States.
    All of our services are free and confidential.

    We speak with callers of all ages about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, bullying, workplace issues, HIV/AIDS anxiety and safer-sex information, and lots more!
    Our database contains information on social and support groups, as well as gay-friendly religious organizations, sports leagues, student groups and more.

  • (808) 540-2552

    The HAR program focuses on adoption readiness and adoption preparedness, providing affordable home studies and support to families wishing to adopt children from Hawaii or the mainland. Additionally HAR also offers fee-for-service post placement and post adoption services to families to assist in ensuring successful placement. Service include: pre-placement education for families; post-placement support for families who complete a HAR home study; ancillary adoption services (fee-for-service basis); contract home study services for out-of-state, public child welfare agencies seeking to place children with relatives or kin in the State of Hawaii.

  • (808) 561-9639

    This toolkit is designed to serve as a resource for parents, guardians, teachers, and students for intervention, policies and practices for youth safety. Bullying Prevention Task Force members guided the compilation of this toolkit with the goal to identify, increase and develop a network of primary prevention programs, groups and community agencies to model prevention BEFORE intervention is necessary. We want local programs and youth-serving groups to recognize their role in primary prevention so that protective factors, interpersonal relationships and social ecological relationships can be identified, used and shared across the state. 

  • (808) 594-0066

    Provides a confidential, free statewide information and referral service for families of children with special needs, birth to age three. Links families with children, ages birth to 3 years, with developmental delays, biological risk, and environmental risk to early intervention services. Assigns a care coordinator to arrange screening- evaluation and develop a plan for services. Families not eligible will be referred to community resources.

  • (808) 832-9316

    The Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence engages communities and organizations to end domestic violence through education, advocacy, and action for social justice. The Coalition is comprised of at least 20 domestic violence agencies and programs throughout the state of Hawaii, which accounts for the majority of domestic violence agencies and programs in the state. You will find a list of the agencies and programs at http://hscadv.org/resources/ , with contact information and program descriptions. Feel free to contact the agencies and/or programs directly should you require their services.

  • (808) 935-4673

    Hawai‘i Island Community Office – Provides outreach, community assistance, and referral services on Hawai‘i Island.

  • (808) 000-0000

    The Help Your Keiki webpage is a website for parents, by parents in collaboration with the State of Hawaii’s Evidence Based Services (EBS) Committee. Since 1999, the Evidence‐Based Services (EBS) Committee has been promoting best practices to serve children and adolescents with mental health needs. With that goal in mind, the EBS committee developed this website. Parents and caregivers can use this website at every stage of addressing their child’s difficulties. A child’s mental health problem may be harder to identify, but you can learn to recognize the symptoms. Pay attention to excessive anger, fear, sadness or anxiety. Sudden changes in your child’s behavior can tip you off to a problem. So can behaviors like exercising too much, or hurting or destroying things.

  • (808) 983-6000

    Early identification, treatment and prevention of child maltreatment. KCPC is one of the leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of trauma related to child abuse and neglect,  with the most sophisticated medical equipment and qualified child health care specialists in the Pacific Rim and Basin Area.The multidisciplinary approach to child maltreatment includes assessments and consultations, medical and mental health treatment,training, research, and advocacy. 

  • (808) 241-4673

    Kaua‘i Community Office – Provides outreach, community assistance, and referral services on the island of Kaua‘i.

  • (808) 239-5777

    The Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project was initiated in 1968 through a combined effort of youth, community residents, churches, and social agencies. KEY Project's Programs and services: Teen Center Youth Leadership, Kipuka, Project Holomua, The “Safety Net”, Information, Resource and Referral, Community Stewardship, Community Self Reliance, Information Technology Lab, Financial Education, Hoʻohuli, Employability Skills Training, Tūtū and ME and Parent Resources and Workshops. 

    For more information visit the KEY Project website. 

  • (800) 499-4302

    The Legal Aid Society of Hawai`i provides help to individuals and families who cannot afford to hire a private attorney with their civil legal needs. Legal Aid responds to approximately 19,000 inquiries each year, and 8,000 of those individuals receive legal services ranging from advice and counsel to full representation. Legal Aid primarily assists in the areas of FAMILY LAW, FAIR HOUSING LAW, HOUSING LAW, CONSUMER LAW, and PUBLIC BENEFITS LAW. Legal Aid also offers help with SENIOR CITIZEN legal issues, HOUSING DISCRIMINATION, IRS TAX ISSUES, and issues affecting the HOMELESS. Legal Aid does NOT help with CRIMINAL or PERSONAL INJURY matters. HOW TO APPLY FOR LEGAL SERVICES (ALL OFFICES): 1. Call or walk-in to our HONOLULU office during normal Intake hours. 2. Be prepared to provide information about your legal problem, income, assets, and number of people in your household. If you are not a US citizen, you must be able to provide proof of your legal residency when meeting with staff.

  • (808) 877-7117

    Malama Na Makua A Keiki Makawao Services: Therapeutic Living Services for Women and Women with Children; Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient treatment

  • (808) 873-4673

    Maui County Community Office – Provides outreach, community assistance, and referral services in Maui County.

  • (808) 877-6888

    Adult and Child survivors of sexual abuse and their families are offered crisis intervention, trauma care, and clinical counseling through crisis hotline or in person.  Prevention and intervention educational presentations are provided to groups and schools throughout the county.

  • (808) 522-4521

    Mental and Behavioral Health at Straub Straub psychiatrists and psychologists offer a full range of clinical services for adolescents, children and families who are experiencing emotional, personal or social difficulties. They provide individual, couple and family therapy to treat mood disorders, psychosomatic complaints, depression, stress-related problems, phobias, anxiety and panic disorders and serious psychiatric illness. Medicine is prescribed when required. Straub's staff offers psychological testing, group therapy, behavior modification, cognitive therapy, relaxation training and hypnosis. Straub Psychiatry & Psychology Department: 1-808-522-4521

  • (808) 521-1846

    We advocate for improvements in services and treatment for people with mental health problems. Our Pono Youth Program is made up of the following: Youth Suicide and Bullying Prevention Project, Grow A Rainbow Project - Support and Resources for LGBTQ Youth and Families, Finding Help Line and Service Directory, College Mental Health Project. 

  • (808) 242-6461

    Mental Health America in Hawai`i's Maui County Branch was established in 1972. Its ongoing goals are to develop a good system of care for children and adults in Maui County and to combat stigma and shame associated with mental illness, so that people will find help when help is needed. All of the Branch's programs reflect collaboration with consumers, families, and service providers working together toward these goals. Our education on Maui often initiates community action to improve mental health care and staffing of local mental health services. Children and Youth: MHAH-Maui organizes forums on bullying, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, provides children and youth mental health training for Maui County police recruits and dispatch workers, and sponsors the Annual Wellness Poster Contest in Maui County Schools for grades K-5, with 500 - 1,000 school children participating. Advocacy: MHAH-Maui organizes advocacy press conferences and letters to public officials, and hosts Town Meetings for the State Mental Health Transformation team. Regular trainings are provided for all Maui County Police recruits on how to interact and refer adults with mental illnesses. Education: MHAH-Maui offers Brown Bag programs on child, adult and family issues with accompanying Maui News columns. Family support groups and classes are provided through partnerships with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and Autism Bridges Maui.

  • (866) 615-6464

    Provides resource material such as pamphlets, articles, and reports on psychology, child-adolescent mental disorder, depression, schizophrenia, mental health, psycho-pharmacology, etc. Pamphlets and articles contain research done by National Institute of Mental Health. Live Online Chat available. Available in English and Spanish. Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET.

  • (800) 342-9647

    Military OneSource offers comprehensive information on every aspect of military life including deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, and much more. Military OneSource also offers call center and online support for consultations, personal non-medical counseling services, short-term counseling, and much more. 

  • (800) 843-5678

    Serves as a clearinghouse of information on missing and exploited children. Provides technical assistance to citizens and law enforcement agencies. Offers training programs to law enforcement and social service professionals. Distributes photos and descriptions of missing children nationwide. Coordinates child protection efforts with the private sector. Networks with non-profit service providers and state clearinghouses on missing persons. Provides information on effective state legislation to ensure the protection of children. Provides publications on child safety issues: also provides an online location for reporting internet child pornography.

  • (808) 567-6100

    Permanently removing a child from an abusive situation is the last resort in preventing child abuse and neglect, with damaging consequences for the child and the community. For families willing to change their behaviors keeping the family intact or reuniting the family with their child is the preferable alternative. This program provides the tools for families to achieve this goal through parenting classes, therapy, crisis intervention and other services.

  • (808) 951-6661

    Who do you call when you have pregnancy-related questions, but don’t know who to ask for help? Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies’ confidential, free MothersCare Line. Staffed by caring professionals, the MothersCare Line answers questions from women seeking and planning for pregnancy, currently pregnant, and following pregnancy to support healthy birth outcomes and women’s health with related resources, referrals and information. The MothersCare Line can assist with questions related to: Access to prenatal care Medicaid/QUEST providers Family planning services Substance use/abuse intervention services Domestic violence shelters Mental health counseling and services Breastfeeding support services Dental care during pregnancy Pregnancy health support, and more!

  • (808) 338-0252

    Family Centers: Nana's House is a family support center provided by Child & Family Service, serving West Kaua‘i (Koloa to Kekaha). Services offered by Nana's House: Professional Counseling, Parent Information Resource Center, Community Outreach, Service Coordination, Support Groups, Parenting Classes, Enrichment Classes, Food Pantry, Job Information Services, Arts & Crafts, Volunteer Training and More. Expectations: Nana's House is a drug, smoke, and alcohol-free community center.

  • (808) 769-6016

    Provides support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Some meetings are limited to substance abusers only.

  • (808) 212-0114

    Provides support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Some meetings are limited to substance abusers only.

  • (808) 214-1239

    Provides support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Some meetings are limited to substance abusers only.

  • (808) 734-4357

    Provides support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Some meetings are limited to substance abusers only.

  • (808) 769-6016

    Provides support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Some meetings are limited to substance abusers only.

  • (202) 429-6695

    Provides information and referral to victims and the general public on child, spouse, elder abuse and neglect. Acts as resource center on family violence prevention resources.

  • (800) 786-2929

    Operates a hotline for runaway-homeless youth and their families providing crisis intervention, information and referral, message delivery and conferencing services. Administers Greyhound's Home Free transportation program for runaway youth between the ages of 12 and 20 to return to their families. Conference calls before reunification. As do follow-up calls to ensure the youth's arrival home. Community-based referrals to support the reunification are encouraged. Accepts volunteers who are at least 16 years of age. 24 hotline volunteers must reside near the Chicago area. Other duties may include data entry, web research and other administrative tasks, or serve on NRS Board of Directors' committees. Volunteers residing outside the Chicago area are welcome to distribute our promotional materials nationwide as a part of our outreach efforts.

  • (800) 273-8255

    If you are in immediate medical crisis, please call 911. This hotline offers a 24 hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis. If you need help, please dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255), you will be routed to the closest possible crisis center in your area. With over 125 crisis centers across the country, our mission is to provide immediate assistance to anyone seeking mental health services. Call for yourself, or someone you care about. All calls are free and confidential. If you are in immediate medical crisis, please call 911.

  • (808) 586-4993

    The OYS provides and coordinates  services and programs for youth-at-risk to prevent delinquency and reduce the incidence of recidivism. Services include: 

    - Juvenile Justice in Hawaii, support and "front end" prevention, diversion and intervention services;

    - Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility, care and custody of at-risk youth providing facility-based counseling, treatment and educational services

    - Hawaii Juvenile Justice State Advisory Council, advising government and local communities

  • (808) 733-4977

    Operation Search is a multi-media campaign by the Hawaii State Department of Education to find children who may need special education services but who are not receiving them at this time. Any child who resides in Hawaii who is between the ages of 3 and 20 and has met the eligibility criteria may receive special education services.

  • (808) 526-2200

    PACT Domestic Violence Support & Shelter Access Line: 808-526-2200 provides phone support and is available to survivors 24/7. The Domestic Violence Support & Shelter Access Line is service provided by the Oahu Family Peace Center (FPC) as a part of the Puuhonua ("Safe Haven") Survivor Unit that provides a variety of services for survivors of domestic violence. These services are available for women and men and include: Domestic violence crisis counseling and support by phone and in person, Case management, Legal system advocacy, Community referrals, Advocacy, Safety planning and assistance, Individual counseling and Group counseling.

  • (808) 832-0855

    Family Peace Centers provide individual and group intervention for victims, perpetrators and child witnesses of domestic violence. The goal of these centers is to bring peace to families by offering safety, support, empowerment and accountability to victims/survivors, offenders and children exposed to domestic violence. FPCs provide a comprehensive community-based program that includes prevention and intervention. Phone support is available to survivors 24/7 by calling the PACT Domestic Violence Support & Shelter Access Line: 808-526-2200

  • (808) 565-9191

    Lanai Integrated Support Services is a comprehensive child abuse and neglect services to assist biological, extended, foster and adopted families to provide a safe and nurturing home for thier children and promote and support healthy families on the island of Lanai. Referrals are accepted from the community, other agencies as well as Child Welfare Services. The program offers the ability to accept referrals and crisi calls 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

  • (808) 245-5914

    This program provides perinatal support services to high-risk pregnant women on Kauai who are in their first trimester and supports their entry into early prenatal health care. The program is designed to increase the number of women receiving prenatal care in their first trimester, improve women’s health by identifying health, economic, psycho-social and environmental risk factors, connecting the women with the necessary and appropriate resources that meets their needs, improve birth outcomes, and to enhance early and adequate 

  • (808) 521-1846

    Pono Youth Program aims to reduce risk and cultivate resiliency in the young people of Hawaii. It targets youth (ages 12-25) from high risk populations including: native Hawaiian youth, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) youth, youth with special needs, foster and former-foster youth, young mental health consumers, adjudicated youth, and rural youth.

  • (800) 656-4673

    The nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization. Also provides flu and pneumonia vaccines.

  • (808) 521-9531

    Provides support services to resource, adoptive, guardianship, and kinship families to connect them to needed resources and peer support. The program wants to provide opportunities to gain parenting knowledge and skills, supporting caregivers in their role, increasing their confidence, and helping them provide a higher quality of care and commitment to the children in their home. Services include a Warm Line, an email address (see below), resource manuals, a "Care to Share" project, monthly support groups (statewide)

  • (808) 524-7273

    Provides confidential crisis intervention, legal system advocacy- support, counseling, and medical services for sexual assault victims. Victims choose whether to report to police. Staff will be present at police interview if desired. Prevention education to schools and community also available. Also provides counseling services to anyone who has been sexually assaulted at anytime.

  • (808) 524-7273

    Sex Abuse Treatment Center We are here to help children, teenagers, women and men recover from sexual abuse. We have emergency services for sexual assault, ongoing therapy, resources just for teens, and interpreters for many languages. We also have programs for educators and toolkits for communities to help prevent sexual violence. Need help now? Call our 24-hour hotline: 1-808-524-7273 For information in 13 different languages, click here. Visit our dedicated Sex Abuse Treatment Center website.

  • (808) 935-0677

    Operates a 24-hour crisis hotline for persons affected by a sexual assault. Offers information, referral and direct support to any person victimized. Support is also provided during police, medical examinations and legal matters surrounding the crime, advocacy, counseling, and therapy. Prevention Education is available to schools, professionals, organizations, businesses and community groups.

  • (800) 621-3141

    Operates a toll-free hotline which provides information about spina bifida, a birth defect which involves damage to the spine and nervous system. Offers scholarships, holds annual National Conference, and publishes Quarterly magazine, Insights. Provides research funding. 

  • (808) 531-3771

    If this is an emergency, please call 911. 

    TAP’s Outreach Educators provide presentations on healthy relationships and teen dating violence across the state of Hawai'i. We offer workshops to both teens and adults, including:

    • Public and private intermediate and high schools
    • Colleges
    • Youth agencies/community groups
    • Community advocates and service providers

    TAP’s Teen Advocate provides: Safety Planning, Domestic Violence Education, Court Accompaniment/Legal Referrals, Community Resources.

  • (808) 528-3058

    The program offers referral services for children and adults affected by seizures through research, education, advocacy and service; Monthly Group Art meetings for youth impacted by epilepsy; and free educational sessions on epilepsy and seizure awarness. 

  • (800) 799-7233

    Our highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.

  • (617) 742-4911

    The Network/La Red’s 24-hour hotline (not toll-free) provides confidential emotional support, information, and safety planning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender (LGBQ/T) folks, as well as folks in SM/kink and polyamorous communities who are being abused or have been abused by a partner. We also offer information and support to friends, family, or co-workers on the issue of domestic violence in LGBQ/T communities. All hotline staff are trained in domestic violence, peer counseling, crisis intervention, and safety planning. You don’t have to leave or want to leave your relationship to get support.

  • (808) 526-1222

    The Parent Line is a free statewide confidential telephone line. We are Hawai‘i’s premier resource on child behavior, child development, parenting, caregiver support, and community resources. Experienced phone line staff will help you problem-solve parenting challenges and child and adolescent behavior. We serve anyone with concerns about parenting: Expectant parents, Parents, Grandparents and other caregivers.

     

  • (808) 326-1766

    Our many services include but are not limited to; pregnancy tests, ultrasound exams, birthing classes, parenting classes, fertility awareness classes, support services, the Earn While You Learn program and much more. We sponsor an annual Youth Conference with the purpose of discussing sexuality and relationships with the young generation. ALL of our services are FREE of charge!

  • (866) 488-7386

    The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24.

    Every day, The Trevor Project saves young lives through its accredited, free and confidential phone, instant message and text messaging crisis intervention services. A leader and innovator in suicide prevention, The Trevor Project offers the largest safe social networking community for LGBTQ youth, best practice suicide prevention educational trainings, resources for youth and adults, and advocacy initiatives.

  • (808) 579-9581

    Provides safety and shelter to women and their children in danger, due to domestic violence. Assists clients in obtaining medical, financial and legal services as needed. Provides transportation to access resources. Offers individual and group advocacy. Refers callers elsewhere who are in need of detoxification, intensive medical or psychological care. Provides transitional housing and support services. TRO preparation.

  • (808) 245-5959

    The YWCA of Kauai has a local vision specific to the needs of Kauai involving: strong commitment to eliminating violence, especially domestic and sexual violence; providing treatment to victims of violence; and providing the skills training and opportunities for change necessary so victims can live productive and caring lives. In all of our services to victims and perpetrators of violence, our primary emphasis is to be victim-centered and to foster empowerment.