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Pacific Gateway Center

Community center based in Honolulu with social services and economic development resources to immigrants, refugees, low-income residents, and other vulnerable populations.

Catholic Charities Hawaiʻi

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

  • Counseling Center: (808) 527-4470
  • O‘ahu: (808) 521-4357
  • Hawai‘i Island: (808) 961-7050
  • Maui: (808) 873-4673
  • Kaua‘i: (808) 241-4673

Hawai’i CARES

Free 24/7 mental health & substance use call center for adolescents and adults.

  • 24/7 Hotline: (808) 832-3100
  • Toll-Free: (800) 753-6879

Narcotics Anonymous Hawai’i

Voluntary program of men and women who are recovering addicts of drug abuse and meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

  • East Big Island Helpline: (833) 624-7463 (also known as 833-NAIS4ME)
    • Also accepts text messages
  • West Big Island Helpline: (808) 769-6016
  • Maui County Helpline: (808) 214-1239
  • O’ahu Helpline: (808) 734-4357
  • Kaua’i County Helpline: (808) 828-1674

Nar-Anon Family Groups

Support groups for families who have loved ones suffering from addiction.  View the information below or go on the website to learn how to get involved in local groups.

Salvation Army of Hawai’i Family Treatment Services

Alcohol and substance use residential and outpatient treatment, supportive housing, child and family therapy services and outreach for women with or without children who want help with their alcohol and/or substance use.  Located on Oahu, but accepting individuals from all islands into residential and housing programs.

  • Main Office: (808) 732-2802

Alcoholics Anonymous on O’ahu

Voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety.

  • 27/7 Helpline: (808) 946-1438

Crime Victim Compensation of Hawaiʻi

Operated by the Hawaiʻi 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.

Hawaiʻi 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.

Honolulu Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Oʻahu residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:

  • Dispatch: (808) 529-3111
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