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A Hui Dedicated to Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect in Maui County

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You Are Not Alone,

We’ll Be Your Navigator

We are Navigators. We will partner with you and your ʻohana to support you through hard times. We will connect you and your ʻohana to community resources and services. There is no limit for how long we can help you and your ʻohana. We will let you lead.

No Shame, When You Need Kōkua, Reach Out

85% of families in Maui county felt they were able to access the resources they needed to keep their families stable.
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Whether you are a provider or community member seeking help, there are many resources lists. Here are some we suggest.


Aloha United Way 2-1-1

Aloha United Way 2-1-1 helps you find food, shelter, financial assistance, childcare, parenting support, elderly care, disability services, job training and so much more. Free, confidential, statewide. Connect by phone, text, chat or email, 7am-10pm, everyday, or search the website database 24/7


The Parent Line

The Parent Line provides help with child & adolescent behavior, child development, parenting, caregiver support, and community resources. The website offers information on infant and toddler development along with a parent education and family support resource directory.


The Maui Farm

The Maui Farm compiled a comprehensive listing of community resources that may be helpful for individuals, families and keiki in areas of housing, financial, employment, health and wellness, and more.

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Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui

Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui creates an Annual Prevention Supplement with a directory of Maui County information and family assistance.


The County of Maui

The County of Maui Resources Directory includes a variety of businesses and is searchable by category or by organization name.


Ho’oikaika Partnership

Ho’oikaika Partnership’s monthly newsletter and past newsletter archive are useful resources

Pride is a Protective Factor

Check out these local resources to support LGBTQIA+ individuals and help prevent family and intimate partner violence. These organizations offer various services, including social support, health care, advocacy, and community events to support LGBTQIA+ individuals and promote safer, more inclusive communities.