Core & Supporting Partners

Our 10 core and supporting partners provide leadership, vision, strategic direction, in-kind and financial support that is essential to sustaining a thriving coalition.

Maui Family Support Services

Founded in 1980, MFSS promotes healthy family functioning by providing supportive services which build on family strengths. Their prime directive is to utilize our collective resources toward the prevention of child abuse and neglect. MFSS serves as the fiscal agent for the Ho’oikaika Partnership.

Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui

The Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui (FCJC) is a private, non-profit corporation, founded in 1989 by a non-partisan group of community and business leaders concerned with the social welfare of children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and severe neglect.

Imua Family Services

Imua Family Services’ mission is to, “Empower children and their families to reach their full potential.” Our programs and staff assist children and their families overcome developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years using play-based instruction designed to help them move forward.

Child & Family Service

Child & Family ServiceChampions for Hawaii’s families for 122 years, Child & Family Service (CFS) is a “Hawai‘i-born” impact-driven, community-based organization.  Since 1899, we have worked tirelessly to strengthen families and foster the healthy development of children.  Our statewide support, counseling, and therapeutic programs help individuals and families heal from trauma, prevent abuse and neglect, and can break the cycle of generational poverty.

Maui Family Peace Center - Parents & Children Together

The Goal of the Maui Family Peace Center (Maui FPC) is to bring peace to Hawaii’s families by offering safety, support, and empowerment to victims/survivors and their children exposed to domestic violence, and accountability to offenders. Maui FPC has been conducting domestic violence services on Maui since 1994.

Maui Family Guidance Center - CAMHD

The Child & Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD) is an important part of the State of Hawaii Department of Health, providing timely and effective mental health prevention, assessment and treatment services to children and youth with emotional and behavioral challenges, and their families. Eligibility processed through Department of Education (IDEA Eligible) or through Med-Quest Insurance.

Hawaii Dept of Health - Family Health Services

The mission of the Department of Health is to protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawai‘i. The Family Health Services Division’s mission is to assure the availability of and access to preventive and protective health services for individuals and families by providing leadership in collaboration with communities and public-private partners. Programs include Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition, Early Intervention, Children with Special Health Needs and Maternal and Child Health Programs.


Child Welfare Services

Child Welfare Services (CWS) are services provided by the Department of Human Services (DHS), Social Services Division (SSD), Child Welfare Services Branch to children and their families when the children are reported to have been abused and/or neglected or are reported to be at risk for abuse and/or neglect.

Kamehameha Schools

Established in 1996, Kamehameha Schools Maui (KSM) is one of three K-12 campuses in the Kamehameha Schools Educational System. KSM enrolls about 1,100 K-12 students on an 80-acre campus located in Pukalani. Kamehameha Schools’ mission is to fulfill Princess Pauahi’s desire to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry. We champion every Hawaiian learner to explore their potential to lead our lāhui and inspire the world. Hānai i ke keiki, ola ka lāhui. Nurture the child and the lāhui thrives.

Casey Family Programs

Founded in 1966, Casey Family Programs works in all 50 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and with tribal nations across North America to influence long-lasting improvements to the well-being of children, families and the communities where they live.