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Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Regions

Temporary Restraining Orders

General information from the Hawai'i State Judiciary regarding how to file for temporary restraining orders through Family Court or District Court.

YWCA of Kaua‘i

Primary domestic violence victim assistance organization for Kaua'i County with services such as managing the domestic violence shelter, advocacy/case management, sex abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention, and LGBTQ+ support. If you are looking for batterer intervention services and anger management, contact the YWCA of Kauai's Alternatives to Violence program at (808) 245-5959.

Parents and Children Together (Oahu)

PACT affiliate on Oahu that manages a domestic violence shelter and provides other services such as Head Start, human trafficking victim counseling, behavioral health support, and family strengthening.  To contact the emergency shelter, call the 24/7 PACT crisis hotline or the Safeline. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact PACT's Family Violence Center's Kuleana Offender's Unit at (808) 832-0855.

Child and Family Services (Oahu)

CFS affiliate on Oahu providing emergency shelter, counseling, sex abuse treatment, batterer intervention, and other related services.  To contact a domestic violence shelter, call the CFS 24/7 crisis hotline or the Safeline. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 531-5100.

Women Helping Women (Maui)

Primary domestic violence service provider for Maui County.  Services include emergency shelter, advocacy/case management, TRO assistance, and activities for children and families affected by domestic violence.
  • 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (808) 579-9581
  • Administration: (808) 242-6600
  • TRO Assistance: (808) 446-7379

Women Helping Women (Lana‘i)

Lana'i affiliate of Women Helping Women which provides emergency shelter, case management, and TRO assistance.
  • 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (808) 563-0216, (808) 579-9581
  • Administration: (808) 565-6700

Moloka‘i Community Service Council

Primary social service resource for youth and families.  Programs include emergency shelter, TRO assistance, case management/advocacy, and domestic violence intervention.
  • 24/7 Shelter Hotline: (808) 567-6888
  • Administration: (808) 553-3244
If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact MCSC's Alternatives to Violence program at (808) 553-3244.

Child and Family Services (East Hawai’i)

CFS affiliate in East Hawai'i providing emergency shelter, advocacy, counseling, family/children support, and other domestic violence related services. Please note that the shelter is in a confidential location and different from the CFS East Hawai’i Office.  To contact the shelter, call the 24/7 crisis hotline listed above. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 935-2188.

Child and Family Services (West Hawai’i)

CFS affiliate in West Hawai'i providing emergency shelter, advocacy, counseling, domestic violence intervention and other related services. Please note that the shelter is in a confidential location and different from the CFS West Hawai'i Office.  To contact the shelter, call the 24/7 crisis hotline listed above. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 322-3266.

Domestic Violence Action Center

DVAC assists domestic violence survivors on Oahu through case management, legal services (TROs, divorces, paternity), courtroom accompaniment, and counseling.  Although DVAC can only provide direct advocacy and legal services to survivors living in the City and County of Honolulu, the Teen Alert Program (TAP) can provide education to middle- and high-school students on healthy relationships statewide.

Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i

Non-profit legal assistance in the following areas of law: family, housing, immigration, consumer, and public benefits.  Legal Aid does NOT assist in criminal and personal injury matters.
  • Intake Hotline (Oahu): (808) 536-4302
  • Intake Hotline (Neighbor Islands): (800) 499-4302

Catholic Charities Hawai’i

Social service organization with programs for senior citizens, homeless populations, foster families, and other vulnerable individuals requesting support.

Child and Family Services (Maui County)

CFS affiliate in Maui County providing case management, counseling support, sex abuse treatment, and other related services.

Island of Hawai’i YMCA Family Visitation Center

Visitation center in Hilo for families involved in domestic violence disputes where staff can supervise exchanges, court-ordered visits, and telephone calls.  For daily updates and operations changes, check out their Facebook.
  • Administration: (808) 464-4020

Parents and Children Together (Kaua’i County)

PACT affiliate for Kaua'i County with trafficking victim assistance, behavioral health support, and managing the family visitation center for supervised visitations.

Parents and Children Together (Maui County)

PACT affiliate for Maui County with services for domestic violence prevention, batterer intervention, trafficking victim assistance, child abuse treatment, and behavioral health support.

Parents and Children Together (Hawai’i County)

PACT affiliate for Hawai'i County with trafficking victim assistance and managing the Head Start programs for the Big Island.

Neighborhood Place Of Kona

Family support organization in West Hawai'i with services such as parenting education, responding to families in crisis, connections to public benefits, and more.
  • Administration: (808) 331-8777

Lokahi Treatment Centers

Non-profit counseling organization for Big Island residents with services including anger management, domestic violence intervention classes, psychiatric evaluations, individual counseling and more.
  • Waikoloa: (808) 883-0922
  • Hilo: (808) 969-9292
  • Kailua-Kona: (808) 331-1175
  • Honoka'a: (808) 775-7707
  • Pahoa: (808) 965-5535

Crime Victim Compensation Of Hawai’i

Operated by the Hawai'i Department of Public Safety

If you are a victim of a crime, you may be eligible for restitution to provide compensation for medical expenses, property damage, or lost earnings.

Hawai’i Savin

Online portal to the national victim notification network

Sign up to receive updates on an offender’s custody status change or criminal case information

Kaua‘i Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Kaua'i County residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Dispatch: (808) 241-1711

County of Kaua’i Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office on Kaua'i County for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Administration: (808) 241-1888

Honolulu Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Oahu residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Dispatch: (808) 529-3111

City & County of Honolulu Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office in Honolulu for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Main Line: (808) 768-7400
  • TTY: (808) 768-7404

Maui Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Maui County residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Non-Emergencies & Information: (808) 244-6400

County of Maui Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office on Maui County for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Main Line: (808) 270-7695

Hawai’i Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Big Island residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Non-Emergencies & Information: (808) 935-3311

County of Hawai’i Office Of The Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor's office on the Big Island for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • East Hawai'i: (808) 934-3306
  • West Hawai'i: (808) 322 2552

Court Forms (Hawai’i State Judiciary)

Download Hawai'i court forms to complete at home before filing in-person.

Ecourt Kokua

Public online database for traffic and criminal court cases in Hawai'i

Ho’ohiki

Public online database for all civil and family court cases in Hawai'i

How To Contact the Hawai’i State Judiciary

Court addresses and phone numbers for each county/island

Hawai’i State Judiciary

Ask A Librarian: Obtain Free Legal Advice Online Court Hours And Info By County:

WomensLaw.Org

National resource providing legal information for all 50 states and territories on issues relating to domestic violence.

Sex Abuse Treatment Center

Provides Comprehensive Medical Care For Sexual Assault Survivors Statewide
  • 24/7 Hotline: (808) 524-7273

YWCA of Hawai’i Island

Hawai'i island affiliate of the YWCA primarily serving survivors of sexual abuse and educating teens on dating violence.  In addition to those primary services, the YWCA of Hawai'i Island also manages a developmental preschool and healthy family development program.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Contact the 24/7 national hotline (available in 200 languages or chat with an advocate online) to discuss your domestic violence situation and learn your options for reaching safety.
  • Hotline: (800) 799-7233
  • TTY: (800) 787-3224

National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline

Deaf advocates are available to respond to videophone and emails 24/7

National Network To End Domestic Violence

National coalition of domestic violence agencies in the US.  Check out resources for domestic violence survivors, advocates and programs.

Other National Domestic Violence Organizations

Hawai’i LGBTQ+ Legacy Foundation

Largest one-stop resource for LGBTQ+ resource in Hawai'i

  • Administration: (808) 369-2000

Lavender Clinic

Medical services such as counseling and support groups for LGBTQ+ individuals

  • Honolulu: (808) 744-2543
  • Waianae: (808) 744-2543

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network Hawaii

Grassroots organization aimed at making sure schools are safe for all students

  • Administration: (808) 358-9473

Trans Lifeline

Crisis hotline for trans people where all operators are transgender
  • 24/7 Hotline: (877) 330-6366

Ho’ola Na Pua

Free counseling and support for trafficking survivors in Hawai'i

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Free 24/7 support and resources for trafficking survivors

  • Hotline: (888) 373-7888
  • TTY: 711
  • Text: 233733

Legal Aid Society Of Hawaii (COVID-19)

COVID-19 legal resources available in Chuukese, Filipino, Kosraean, and Marshallese. Legal Aid housing & COVID-19 resources:

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Unemployment Insurance

Create an account and file for unemployment benefits with the State of Hawaii's Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Those financially affected by COVID19 can file for additional benefits with PUA.

Household Hardship Relief Fund Program

This is only available for Oahu residents. Applicants must demonstrate economic hardship due to COVID-19 or related business closures and should have no more than $10,000 in liquid assets.

Partners In Care

Non-profit alliance aimed at eliminating homelessness on Oahu.

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Includes various financial resources and programs for Maui County residents.

Resources For Immigrants

View a list of federal relief programs available to immigrants without work authorization. (Updated 6/12/2020)

Department Of Human Services

Includes updates on MedQuest, food stamps, child care, and other benefits

Hawai’i Food Bank

Emergency food banks and distribution centers

Da Bux

Discount program for SNAP-EBT cardholders that partners food retailers with local farms to make local produce more affordable.

Aloha United Way

Public call center open seven days a week from 7:00am-10:00pm​​.

Hawaii Public Schools.Org

Get up to date guidance on school closures, meals, and other resources for K-12 students inc. (Grab-n-Go meals for students; updated 6/9/2020)

Hawaii Children’s Action Network

Non-profit alliance in Hawai'i dedicated to addressing the root causes of childhood inequality and poverty.
  • HCAN Website - general information on how to join HCAN and become an advocate for children
  • HCAN COVID-19 Website - interactive resource list with the latest information on food, childcare, screening sites, and more.

Executive Office On Early Learning

Hawai'i-based resources for families with young children regarding childcare and subsidies.

Civil Defense & Emergency Management

Primary disaster and emergency preparedness agency in Hawai'i.  Find your nearest CDEM by county:

Hawaii Department Of Health

hawaiicovid19.com​: State of Hawaii Department of Health's one-stop resource center with the latest updates Disease Outbreak Control Division By County:

State Of Hawaii Emergency Management Agency

Statewide agency with updates on public health and natural disaster responses/emergency guidelines

Hawaii Tourism Authority

Includes updates regarding mandatory quarantines for travelers and travel restrictions

Centers For Disease Control

Information on symptoms, testing, travel restrictions, and more on daily life during COVID-19.

World Health Organization

Basic protective measures against COVID-19

Environmental Protection Agency

Federal agency promoting environmentally-friendly policies.  Check out their list of recommended disinfectants during COVID-19.

Safe Housing Partnerships

Resource center for victims of crime with up-to-date housing and eviction information.

National Alliance On Safe Housing

Organization that ensures survivors of domestic and sexual violence have a full range of safe housing options.

National Housing Law Project

Non-profit whose goal is to provide housing to low-income individuals and educate tenants of their rights

Freedom Network Training Institute

This tipsheet for Partnerships with Landlords  will teach providers how to maintain relationships with landlords to house survivors & the Housing Assessment Tool for advocates help assess the housing needs of survivors.

Department Of Housing And Urban Development

Federal agency focused on addressing housing needs and enforcing fair housing laws in the U.S.

Talking To Kids About Covid-19

Learn how to talk to your children about the pandemic with

Other Children’s Resources

Check out other national resources relating to children and parenting:

University Of Hawai’i

Free confidential advocates & PAU Violence contacts for all UH campuses

Hawai’i Pacific University

Confidential resources for HPU students and staff:

Chaminade University Of Honolulu

Campus resources for CUH students, faculty, and staff

Brigham Young University – Hawai’i

Support and resources for BYUH students and staff:
  • Counseling & Disability Services:
  • Title IX Office:
    • Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Rebekah Strain, JD
    • Phone: (808) 675-3799
    • Email: titleix@byuh.edu

National Alliance On Mental Illness Hawai’i

Free support, information, and resources for those seeking mental health and counseling services in Hawai'i

Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands

The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Program provides advocacy and support for survivors affiliated with the Kaua'i Navy installation.
  • SAPR: (808) 551-1452

Marine Corps Base Hawai’i

Family Advocacy Program for Marines and their families

FAP 24/7 Abuse Hotline: (808) 216-7175

Administration: (808) 257-7780, (808) 257-8803

Schofield Barracks

Family Advocacy & Victim Advocacy Programs for Army-affiliated domestic violence survivors

  • FAP-VAP 24/7 Hotline: (808) 624-7233
  • FAP-VAP Administration: (808) 787-4227

Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam

Information on JBPHH's Family Advocacy Program, Victim Advocacy Program, and Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Team

  • Clinical Counseling & Crisis Response: (808) 474-1999
  • FAP-VAP: (808) 590-9910
  • Sexual Assault Emergency: (808) 722-6192
  • Safeline: (877) 955-5247

Issues

Temporary Restraining Orders

General information from the Hawai'i State Judiciary regarding how to file for temporary restraining orders through Family Court or District Court.

YWCA of Kaua‘i

Primary domestic violence victim assistance organization for Kaua'i County with services such as managing the domestic violence shelter, advocacy/case management, sex abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention, and LGBTQ+ support. If you are looking for batterer intervention services and anger management, contact the YWCA of Kauai's Alternatives to Violence program at (808) 245-5959.

Parents and Children Together (Oahu)

PACT affiliate on Oahu that manages a domestic violence shelter and provides other services such as Head Start, human trafficking victim counseling, behavioral health support, and family strengthening.  To contact the emergency shelter, call the 24/7 PACT crisis hotline or the Safeline. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact PACT's Family Violence Center's Kuleana Offender's Unit at (808) 832-0855.

Child and Family Services (Oahu)

CFS affiliate on Oahu providing emergency shelter, counseling, sex abuse treatment, batterer intervention, and other related services.  To contact a domestic violence shelter, call the CFS 24/7 crisis hotline or the Safeline. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 531-5100.

Women Helping Women (Maui)

Primary domestic violence service provider for Maui County.  Services include emergency shelter, advocacy/case management, TRO assistance, and activities for children and families affected by domestic violence.
  • 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (808) 579-9581
  • Administration: (808) 242-6600
  • TRO Assistance: (808) 446-7379

Women Helping Women (Lana‘i)

Lana'i affiliate of Women Helping Women which provides emergency shelter, case management, and TRO assistance.
  • 24/7 Crisis Hotline: (808) 563-0216, (808) 579-9581
  • Administration: (808) 565-6700

Moloka‘i Community Service Council

Primary social service resource for youth and families.  Programs include emergency shelter, TRO assistance, case management/advocacy, and domestic violence intervention.
  • 24/7 Shelter Hotline: (808) 567-6888
  • Administration: (808) 553-3244
If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact MCSC's Alternatives to Violence program at (808) 553-3244.

Child and Family Services (East Hawai’i)

CFS affiliate in East Hawai'i providing emergency shelter, advocacy, counseling, family/children support, and other domestic violence related services. Please note that the shelter is in a confidential location and different from the CFS East Hawai’i Office.  To contact the shelter, call the 24/7 crisis hotline listed above. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 935-2188.

Child and Family Services (West Hawai’i)

CFS affiliate in West Hawai'i providing emergency shelter, advocacy, counseling, domestic violence intervention and other related services. Please note that the shelter is in a confidential location and different from the CFS West Hawai'i Office.  To contact the shelter, call the 24/7 crisis hotline listed above. If you are looking for batterer intervention and anger management services, contact CFS's Developing Options to Violence/Alternatives to Violence at (808) 322-3266.

Domestic Violence Action Center

DVAC assists domestic violence survivors on Oahu through case management, legal services (TROs, divorces, paternity), courtroom accompaniment, and counseling.  Although DVAC can only provide direct advocacy and legal services to survivors living in the City and County of Honolulu, the Teen Alert Program (TAP) can provide education to middle- and high-school students on healthy relationships statewide.

Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i

Non-profit legal assistance in the following areas of law: family, housing, immigration, consumer, and public benefits.  Legal Aid does NOT assist in criminal and personal injury matters.
  • Intake Hotline (Oahu): (808) 536-4302
  • Intake Hotline (Neighbor Islands): (800) 499-4302

Catholic Charities Hawai’i

Social service organization with programs for senior citizens, homeless populations, foster families, and other vulnerable individuals requesting support.

Child and Family Services (Maui County)

CFS affiliate in Maui County providing case management, counseling support, sex abuse treatment, and other related services.

Island of Hawai’i YMCA Family Visitation Center

Visitation center in Hilo for families involved in domestic violence disputes where staff can supervise exchanges, court-ordered visits, and telephone calls.  For daily updates and operations changes, check out their Facebook.
  • Administration: (808) 464-4020

Parents and Children Together (Kaua’i County)

PACT affiliate for Kaua'i County with trafficking victim assistance, behavioral health support, and managing the family visitation center for supervised visitations.

Parents and Children Together (Maui County)

PACT affiliate for Maui County with services for domestic violence prevention, batterer intervention, trafficking victim assistance, child abuse treatment, and behavioral health support.

Parents and Children Together (Hawai’i County)

PACT affiliate for Hawai'i County with trafficking victim assistance and managing the Head Start programs for the Big Island.

Neighborhood Place Of Kona

Family support organization in West Hawai'i with services such as parenting education, responding to families in crisis, connections to public benefits, and more.
  • Administration: (808) 331-8777

Lokahi Treatment Centers

Non-profit counseling organization for Big Island residents with services including anger management, domestic violence intervention classes, psychiatric evaluations, individual counseling and more.
  • Waikoloa: (808) 883-0922
  • Hilo: (808) 969-9292
  • Kailua-Kona: (808) 331-1175
  • Honoka'a: (808) 775-7707
  • Pahoa: (808) 965-5535

Crime Victim Compensation Of Hawai’i

Operated by the Hawai'i Department of Public Safety

If you are a victim of a crime, you may be eligible for restitution to provide compensation for medical expenses, property damage, or lost earnings.

Hawai’i Savin

Online portal to the national victim notification network

Sign up to receive updates on an offender’s custody status change or criminal case information

Kaua‘i Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Kaua'i County residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Dispatch: (808) 241-1711

County of Kaua’i Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office on Kaua'i County for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Administration: (808) 241-1888

Honolulu Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Oahu residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Dispatch: (808) 529-3111

City & County of Honolulu Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office in Honolulu for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Main Line: (808) 768-7400
  • TTY: (808) 768-7404

Maui Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Maui County residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Non-Emergencies & Information: (808) 244-6400

County of Maui Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office on Maui County for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • Main Line: (808) 270-7695

Hawai’i Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Big Island residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:
  • Non-Emergencies & Information: (808) 935-3311

County of Hawai’i Office Of The Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor's office on the Big Island for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.
  • East Hawai'i: (808) 934-3306
  • West Hawai'i: (808) 322 2552

Court Forms (Hawai’i State Judiciary)

Download Hawai'i court forms to complete at home before filing in-person.

Ecourt Kokua

Public online database for traffic and criminal court cases in Hawai'i

Ho’ohiki

Public online database for all civil and family court cases in Hawai'i

How To Contact the Hawai’i State Judiciary

Court addresses and phone numbers for each county/island

Hawai’i State Judiciary

Ask A Librarian: Obtain Free Legal Advice Online Court Hours And Info By County:

WomensLaw.Org

National resource providing legal information for all 50 states and territories on issues relating to domestic violence.

Sex Abuse Treatment Center

Provides Comprehensive Medical Care For Sexual Assault Survivors Statewide
  • 24/7 Hotline: (808) 524-7273

YWCA of Hawai’i Island

Hawai'i island affiliate of the YWCA primarily serving survivors of sexual abuse and educating teens on dating violence.  In addition to those primary services, the YWCA of Hawai'i Island also manages a developmental preschool and healthy family development program.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Contact the 24/7 national hotline (available in 200 languages or chat with an advocate online) to discuss your domestic violence situation and learn your options for reaching safety.
  • Hotline: (800) 799-7233
  • TTY: (800) 787-3224

National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline

Deaf advocates are available to respond to videophone and emails 24/7

National Network To End Domestic Violence

National coalition of domestic violence agencies in the US.  Check out resources for domestic violence survivors, advocates and programs.

Other National Domestic Violence Organizations

Hawai’i LGBTQ+ Legacy Foundation

Largest one-stop resource for LGBTQ+ resource in Hawai'i

  • Administration: (808) 369-2000

Lavender Clinic

Medical services such as counseling and support groups for LGBTQ+ individuals

  • Honolulu: (808) 744-2543
  • Waianae: (808) 744-2543

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network Hawaii

Grassroots organization aimed at making sure schools are safe for all students

  • Administration: (808) 358-9473

Trans Lifeline

Crisis hotline for trans people where all operators are transgender
  • 24/7 Hotline: (877) 330-6366

Ho’ola Na Pua

Free counseling and support for trafficking survivors in Hawai'i

National Human Trafficking Hotline

Free 24/7 support and resources for trafficking survivors

  • Hotline: (888) 373-7888
  • TTY: 711
  • Text: 233733

Legal Aid Society Of Hawaii (COVID-19)

COVID-19 legal resources available in Chuukese, Filipino, Kosraean, and Marshallese. Legal Aid housing & COVID-19 resources:

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Unemployment Insurance

Create an account and file for unemployment benefits with the State of Hawaii's Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Those financially affected by COVID19 can file for additional benefits with PUA.

Household Hardship Relief Fund Program

This is only available for Oahu residents. Applicants must demonstrate economic hardship due to COVID-19 or related business closures and should have no more than $10,000 in liquid assets.

Partners In Care

Non-profit alliance aimed at eliminating homelessness on Oahu.

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Includes various financial resources and programs for Maui County residents.

Resources For Immigrants

View a list of federal relief programs available to immigrants without work authorization. (Updated 6/12/2020)

Department Of Human Services

Includes updates on MedQuest, food stamps, child care, and other benefits

Hawai’i Food Bank

Emergency food banks and distribution centers

Da Bux

Discount program for SNAP-EBT cardholders that partners food retailers with local farms to make local produce more affordable.

Aloha United Way

Public call center open seven days a week from 7:00am-10:00pm​​.

Hawaii Public Schools.Org

Get up to date guidance on school closures, meals, and other resources for K-12 students inc. (Grab-n-Go meals for students; updated 6/9/2020)

Hawaii Children’s Action Network

Non-profit alliance in Hawai'i dedicated to addressing the root causes of childhood inequality and poverty.
  • HCAN Website - general information on how to join HCAN and become an advocate for children
  • HCAN COVID-19 Website - interactive resource list with the latest information on food, childcare, screening sites, and more.

Executive Office On Early Learning

Hawai'i-based resources for families with young children regarding childcare and subsidies.

Civil Defense & Emergency Management

Primary disaster and emergency preparedness agency in Hawai'i.  Find your nearest CDEM by county:

Hawaii Department Of Health

hawaiicovid19.com​: State of Hawaii Department of Health's one-stop resource center with the latest updates Disease Outbreak Control Division By County:

State Of Hawaii Emergency Management Agency

Statewide agency with updates on public health and natural disaster responses/emergency guidelines

Hawaii Tourism Authority

Includes updates regarding mandatory quarantines for travelers and travel restrictions

Centers For Disease Control

Information on symptoms, testing, travel restrictions, and more on daily life during COVID-19.

World Health Organization

Basic protective measures against COVID-19

Environmental Protection Agency

Federal agency promoting environmentally-friendly policies.  Check out their list of recommended disinfectants during COVID-19.

Safe Housing Partnerships

Resource center for victims of crime with up-to-date housing and eviction information.

National Alliance On Safe Housing

Organization that ensures survivors of domestic and sexual violence have a full range of safe housing options.

National Housing Law Project

Non-profit whose goal is to provide housing to low-income individuals and educate tenants of their rights

Freedom Network Training Institute

This tipsheet for Partnerships with Landlords  will teach providers how to maintain relationships with landlords to house survivors & the Housing Assessment Tool for advocates help assess the housing needs of survivors.

Department Of Housing And Urban Development

Federal agency focused on addressing housing needs and enforcing fair housing laws in the U.S.

Talking To Kids About Covid-19

Learn how to talk to your children about the pandemic with

Other Children’s Resources

Check out other national resources relating to children and parenting:

University Of Hawai’i

Free confidential advocates & PAU Violence contacts for all UH campuses

Hawai’i Pacific University

Confidential resources for HPU students and staff:

Chaminade University Of Honolulu

Campus resources for CUH students, faculty, and staff

Brigham Young University – Hawai’i

Support and resources for BYUH students and staff:
  • Counseling & Disability Services:
  • Title IX Office:
    • Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Rebekah Strain, JD
    • Phone: (808) 675-3799
    • Email: titleix@byuh.edu

National Alliance On Mental Illness Hawai’i

Free support, information, and resources for those seeking mental health and counseling services in Hawai'i

Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands

The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Program provides advocacy and support for survivors affiliated with the Kaua'i Navy installation.
  • SAPR: (808) 551-1452

Marine Corps Base Hawai’i

Family Advocacy Program for Marines and their families

FAP 24/7 Abuse Hotline: (808) 216-7175

Administration: (808) 257-7780, (808) 257-8803

Schofield Barracks

Family Advocacy & Victim Advocacy Programs for Army-affiliated domestic violence survivors

  • FAP-VAP 24/7 Hotline: (808) 624-7233
  • FAP-VAP Administration: (808) 787-4227

Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam

Information on JBPHH's Family Advocacy Program, Victim Advocacy Program, and Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Team

  • Clinical Counseling & Crisis Response: (808) 474-1999
  • FAP-VAP: (808) 590-9910
  • Sexual Assault Emergency: (808) 722-6192
  • Safeline: (877) 955-5247

COVID-19

Aloha United Way

Public call center open seven days a week from 7:00am-10:00pm​​.

Centers For Disease Control

Information on symptoms, testing, travel restrictions, and more on daily life during COVID-19.

Civil Defense & Emergency Management

Primary disaster and emergency preparedness agency in Hawai'i.  Find your nearest CDEM by county:

Da Bux

Discount program for SNAP-EBT cardholders that partners food retailers with local farms to make local produce more affordable.

Department Of Housing And Urban Development

Federal agency focused on addressing housing needs and enforcing fair housing laws in the U.S.

Department Of Human Services

Includes updates on MedQuest, food stamps, child care, and other benefits

Environmental Protection Agency

Federal agency promoting environmentally-friendly policies.  Check out their list of recommended disinfectants during COVID-19.

Executive Office On Early Learning

Hawai'i-based resources for families with young children regarding childcare and subsidies.

Freedom Network Training Institute

This tipsheet for Partnerships with Landlords  will teach providers how to maintain relationships with landlords to house survivors & the Housing Assessment Tool for advocates help assess the housing needs of survivors.

Hawai’i Food Bank

Emergency food banks and distribution centers

Hawaii Children’s Action Network

Non-profit alliance in Hawai'i dedicated to addressing the root causes of childhood inequality and poverty.
  • HCAN Website - general information on how to join HCAN and become an advocate for children
  • HCAN COVID-19 Website - interactive resource list with the latest information on food, childcare, screening sites, and more.

Hawaii Department Of Health

hawaiicovid19.com​: State of Hawaii Department of Health's one-stop resource center with the latest updates Disease Outbreak Control Division By County:

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Those financially affected by COVID19 can file for additional benefits with PUA.

Hawaii Department Of Labor: Unemployment Insurance

Create an account and file for unemployment benefits with the State of Hawaii's Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Hawaii Public Schools.Org

Get up to date guidance on school closures, meals, and other resources for K-12 students inc. (Grab-n-Go meals for students; updated 6/9/2020)

Hawaii Tourism Authority

Includes updates regarding mandatory quarantines for travelers and travel restrictions

Household Hardship Relief Fund Program

This is only available for Oahu residents. Applicants must demonstrate economic hardship due to COVID-19 or related business closures and should have no more than $10,000 in liquid assets.

Legal Aid Society Of Hawaii (COVID-19)

COVID-19 legal resources available in Chuukese, Filipino, Kosraean, and Marshallese. Legal Aid housing & COVID-19 resources:

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Includes various financial resources and programs for Maui County residents.

National Alliance On Safe Housing

Organization that ensures survivors of domestic and sexual violence have a full range of safe housing options.

National Housing Law Project

Non-profit whose goal is to provide housing to low-income individuals and educate tenants of their rights

Other Children’s Resources

Check out other national resources relating to children and parenting:

Partners In Care

Non-profit alliance aimed at eliminating homelessness on Oahu.

Resources For Immigrants

View a list of federal relief programs available to immigrants without work authorization. (Updated 6/12/2020)

Safe Housing Partnerships

Resource center for victims of crime with up-to-date housing and eviction information.

State Of Hawaii Emergency Management Agency

Statewide agency with updates on public health and natural disaster responses/emergency guidelines

Talking To Kids About Covid-19

Learn how to talk to your children about the pandemic with

World Health Organization

Basic protective measures against COVID-19
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