Moloka’i Community

Resource Directory & Moloka’i Schools

AIDS/STD Hotline
800-321-1555

AIDS Foundation
Penny Martin
553-9086

Alternative to Violence
Support services for families through Family Court.553-3244
Wanette Lee
553-3244

Aloha Independent Living Hawaii
Aloha Independent Living Hawaii (AILH) is a grass roots 501 (c)(3) non profit organization whose mission is to provide independent living programs and services for persons with disabilities in Hawaii.

Alu Like , Inc.
Hawaiian youths ages 14-21,
Hawaiian adults ages 18 and up.
Gala Haliniak: youth services-credit recovery, summer employment
Jana Sasada: Hoala Hou Hale o Mahana - youth at risk.
Cammy Napoleon: GED, post secondary tutoring, tuition, books, classroom and work experience, on the job training.
553-5393

ARC of Maui on Molokai
Personal assistance services for developmentally delayed children and their families.Susie
Holtsman
660-2619

American Red Cross
Emergency assistance,disaster Relief, prepare for and respond to
808-244-0051
808-3573387(hotline)

Child and Family Services
Domestic violence services and welfare First to Work exemptions. Health education for sexual assaults. Sexual assault center Family education, counseling, transportation for CWS cases and low risk CWS cases.
Kazan Dela Cruz
553-5529
1-866-443-5702 (Maui # -Molokai # provided soon)

Department of Education District Office
District Educational Specialist
School Renewal Specialist
School Psychologist

Servicing the students and schools on Molokai.
553-1723
Jessica Demello (sec)
Will Carlson (x-233)
Alison Place (x-225)
Stacy Gonzales (x221)
Lisa Kim(x-226)
Hedi Jenkins (x 227)

Department of Health Adult Mental Health
Adult Protective Services
Department of Health Adult Mental Health Adult Protective Services For ages 18 and up. For ages 18 and up.

Department of Health
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division
Family Guidance Center
Support for Emotional and Behavioral Development-coordinated services for youth 3-20 years of age with Med Quest insurance coverage. Intensive In-Home Intervention- family and youth centered interventions in the home or community based for youth 3-20 years of age.
Arlene Derouin (Care Coordinator)
553-7878 

Department of Health CAMHD
Parent & Children Together (PACT)
Multi-systemic Therapy - time-limited intensive family support and intervention and community-based treatment for juvenile offenders ages 11-18 years of age
Cora Schnackenburg
552-2680
808-646-0051
**Domestic Violence HOTLINE 567-6888

Department of Health Developmentally Delayed
Psychiatric Evaluations, support and referral for DD students, medication monitoring, and counseling for adults diagnosed before age 21
Benny Venenciano
553-7898

Department of Health Family Health Services Division (WIC Services, Maternal and Child Health Branch, Children with Special Health Care Needs Branch)
Program for the maternal and child health population including children and youths with special health care needs.
Jeny Bissell
808-984-2136

Department of Health Hawaii State Council on Developmental Disabilities 
Council develops state plan that guides the delivery of services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
Vacant,
Program Specialist
808-984-8218

Department of Health Public Health Nursing
Courtney Dimaggio -emergency action plans for Kaunakakai School, case manager for the elderly.
Lulu Linker-emergency action plans, vaccinations for Kualapuu and Maunaloa Schools, immunizations, TB testing.
John Cheetham emergency action plans, vaccinations for MMS and MHS, immunizations, TB testing
553-7880

Department of Human Services
Adult and Community Care A
dult protection services
1-808-243-5151

Department of Human Services Child Welfare Services DHS
Statewide centralized intake for reports of crimes against children.
1-800-949-3991 24 hrs.

Department of Human Services Income Maintenance
Food Stamps and Aid to Families with Dependent Children.
Krisha Puaa 553-1715

Department of Human Services Med-QUEST
Medical health insurance based on income and situation.
Norma Dudoit 553-1758

Department of Human Services Vocational Rehabilitation
Intake and eligibility criteria; Employment/job training for youths with disabilities from age 14 and adults with disabilities 18 & up.
Edmund Pedro
Julianne Phillips, Sec.
553-3621
Domestic violence hotline 5676888

Department of Labor & Industrial Relations
Workforce Development
Services job seekers and employers, career resource
Alberta Patchen
553-1755

Department of Labor & Industrial Relations
Accepts and processes unemployment claims.
Chocho Kaupu
553-1750

4H Youth Development Program Hawaii Center for Independent Living
Serving the Special needs community for independent living.
No age limit
No income criteria necessary
Learning leadership skills by doing
ViolaMundrick-Wichman (office hours-9-3daily)
Youth 5-19
560-6215

Hale Hookupaa
Drug assessments and counseling.
553-3231
Claire Iveson…adults 18 & up.
(Mel and Brent-Counselors)
 Josh Adochi– MHS - youth under 18 years of age. 567-7153

Hale Hoomalu
Shelter for abused women and children.
Women helping women.
567-6888 Sharon Samonte
**24 hour crisis hotline

Hawaii Families as Allies
Family mental health services; family advocacy; variety of family
Nani Maikui 1-866-361-8825

Hawaii Job Corps
Outreach, admissions and career transition services.
1-800-727-7413

Hilopaa Family to Family Health Information Center
Information phone line for parents of children with special health needs.
Mondays-Fridays 9:00am-4:00pm
660-0063 

Hoomana Hou School
Private non profit for students grades 9 - 12
Karen Holt 553-3244

Hospice Hawaii
Provides care and family support for persons with terminal illnesses. Bereavement counseling.
553-4310

Imu Family Services
0-3 with development delay 0-6 with speech delay
Chelsea Kapuni 553-3276

Kamahahea
Aid with admissions to KSBE school, Molokai Preschool, summer enrichment programs, 0-8 Initiative outreach educational program
553-3276

Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
Legal services for low income applicants.
Nicole Forrelli, Managing Attorney
553-3251

Maui Aids Foundation
Educational presentations on aids and cultural/environmental presentations for the Moanalua Gardens Foundation.
Penny Martin 553-9086

Maui Area Health Education Center
Promotes healthy lifestyle – provides counseling to youth and kupuna

Maui Economic Opportunity
Yolanda Reyes
Edwina Greenleaf-Case Manager
Lydia Joao-Head start preschool for low income ages 2 1/2/-4 years
Amy Makaiwi - transportation Americore, Homelessness; Kupuna services; food surplus.
Kuulei Arce Business development 553-3270

Molokai Community Health Center
Family, children, youth counseling and therapy; anger management; positive parenting
Dr. Cynthia Greywolf-Clinical Psychologist 553-5038
Stephanie Davis 808-660-2615

Molokai Maui Family Support Services
Early intervention services for children ages 0 to 3. *in home teaching for school prepreation
**CWS family support services
**Any male caregiver group services
**Early Head Start –Roblen Talon
**Enhance- Suliana Aki
**Fatherhood Involvement-George Aiwohi
Daisy Briones: 553-8114

Molokai Occupational Center
Car wash, yard cleaning, laundry, nursery, thrift shop. Medi-cade waiver personal assistants.
Tania Joao: 553-3266

Molokai Youth Center
Study hall, computers, recreation for youth 5-18 years of age.
Andrea Dudoit: 553-3675

Domestic Violence HOTLINE
567-6888

Molokai Community Service Council
Youth Center Womens Shelter Food Bank Ho’omana Ho Nakamali’I Hoaloha Pre School
Karen Holt: 553-3244

Molokai Alternatives to Violence
Wanette Lee: 553-3244

Na Puu Wai
Behavior health for families and children
560-3653

Office of Hawaiian /Affairs
Loans, grants, official picture identification for registered Hawaiians

Ohana Care
Chore services for SSI/Medicaid adults. Health assessments for adults and youths up to age 20.
(808) 872-3985

Parent Help Line Parents as Teachers (PAT)
Phone line support for parents 24 hours a day.
Parent Educator Harriet “Ui” Makiao
808- 463-1484 1-800-816-1222

Prevention Resource Center, The
Regional alcohol & drug awareness resources network center managed by the Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii. Books, research, fact sheets, videos, brochures and services free for the public.
1-800-845-2686
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Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center
Services for Hawaiian children and youth – counseling, family support services.
Mahea Davis 553-5369

Salvation Army Hawaii, The
Emergency food, counseling, mental health services for families.
Gina Kuahuia 567-9474

Sexual Assault Support Services
Sexual assault counseling; youth leadership program; youth health services.
553-5907 
336-1979 24hr.hotline

Teen Line Hawaii
Know Yourself
Information and referral service for Hawaii’s teens focusing on preventing drug abuse by encouraging youth, strengthening families and promoting healthy lifestyles managed by the Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii
1-(877) 521-TEEN
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Tutu and Me Traveling Preschool (Partners in Development)
Traveling preschool for ages 0-5 accompanied by caregiver, 2 hrs/day, 2 days/week.
Mol Community Health Center (M&W 8:30-10:30)
and Kualapuu Rec Center (T& Th. 8:30-10:30
Mele Hooper
Jeri-Lu
560-5642

24-Hour Crisis Hotline
1-800-75-ENTRY (36879)

Women’s Health Center
Provides confidential family planning and women’s health issues services, STD and pregnancy testing. Teens are welcomed.
553-3145

Molokai General Hospital
553-3141

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