The Hoʻoikaika Partnership is a coalition of community-based organizations, individuals, county and state agencies committed to preventing child abuse and neglect in Maui County. Our hui welcomes a wide range of community members, many who are providers of health and human services such as early childhood and parent educators, social workers, public health nurses, substance abuse counselors, law enforcement, faith-based leaders, teachers, and others concerned with ensuring our keiki grow up healthy, safe and supported.
Becoming a Partner
Here are the steps to becoming a Partner with Hoʻoikaika Partnership.
Schedule an orientation/ talk story with the Coordinator
Attend Hoʻoikaika Partnership monthly meetings
Complete the online partner application form
Join one of our standing committees
Join a Committee
Hoʻoikaika Partnership committees are established to implement our strategic plan. Partners agree to uphold and abide by the Hoʻoikaika Partnership Charter, join a committee, and assist in carrying out the strategic plan.
- Community Engagement Committee
- Education and Advocacy Committee
- Training & Professional Development Committee
- Seamless Safety Net Committee
The Hoʻoikaika Partnership organizes our work around the five goals of our strategic plan.
- 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 Hoʻoikaika Partnership