Recovery Resources

List of recovery resources for those who are affected by Maui wildfires


Maui Community Resources

In the face of adversity, the spirit of aloha shines brighter than ever. Welcome to our comprehensive Maui Disaster Resources, a hub of support, information, and empowerment designed to help our community navigate through challenging times with resilience and unity.


Donating to Maui Disaster Relief

While disasters may be local, the ripple effect of your donation reaches far and wide, inspiring others to join in and make a positive impact.


Mental Health Support for Maui

Your mental well-being matters, and we’re here to walk alongside you on your journey to recovery.

Ho'oikaika Annual Conference 2023

Kūola Kaiāulu - ʻOhana & Community Resilience

Kūola Kaiāulu “the community alive, safe and resilient” reflects our theme with the recent tragic events on Maui in mind and heart.
CEUs – The conference is approved by the state of Hawaii Department of Health’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) and the National Association of Social Work (NASW) for up to six (6) continuing education contact hours.

Learn MoreMahalo for Attending

Journey to Healing

Learn about one of our local Maui families, who was brave enough to trust in the system, engage wholeheartedly in services to better their lives, and to truly maintain their family no matter what it took.

Our Vision

Our ʻohana are healthy, safe, and supported.

Our Mission

Strengthen and expand the system of supports in Maui County by building a strong prevention and provider network that supports collaboration, shares knowledge and resources, and shapes policy to prevent child maltreatment.

Our Goals

  • Create a seamless safety net of services to support children and their caregivers.
  • Strengthen the prevention and provider workforce.
  • Successfully educate and advocate for policy, program, and systems changes to prevent child abuse and neglect.
  • Engage the community in prevention of child abuse and neglect.
  • Strengthen the Foundation of the Ho‘oikaika Partnership.

Link to Our Strategic Plan

In 2021, the Hoʻoikaika Partnership engaged in a strategic planning process to identify goals for the next three years.

Hoʻoikaikaʻs Newsletter

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Research to Understand Child and Family Service Needs in Maui County

In recognition of 2022 Child Abuse Prevention month, the Ho’oikaika Partnership released a report that helps us better understand child and family service needs and pandemic impacts. Conducting this research is part of our Strategic Plan.

The Stellar Group examined existing data from the last five years, focusing on the most common risk and protective factors for Maui County children and families, supports available to prevent child maltreatment, and the service gaps that exist.

Key Findings

    • Reflecting our housing crisis, inadequate housing is cited as a precipitating factor in child removal more than twice as often in Maui County as statewide.
    • Heavy continuous childcare and inability to cope with parental responsibility are also cited much more often in Maui County than statewide.
    • In FFY21, there were 212 children from Maui County in foster care and Native Hawaiian children are disproportionately represented.
    • Workforce challenges are common and affect the quality and continuity of services, especially due to issues with recruitment, retention, and cultural competence.
    • It’s difficult to know what’s working and what’s not – program outcome data is limited and families’ own voices and experiences are lacking from research and data.
    • There is some good news – child maltreatment rates in Hawai’i are lower than the rest of the United States.

Click here for a high-level overview of the most significant findings presented by the Stellar Group at Ho’oikaika Partnership’s Special Convening on April 13, 2022.
    (Adobe Acrobat – 12 pages – 558 kB)


Click here to read the full report: Preliminary Assessment of Family Services, Supports and Needs on Maui County A Synthesis of Existing Data
    (Adobe Acrobat – 34 pages – 2.6 MB)

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