Resource Directory

(click on individual listing below for further contact information):

Community Resource Contact List 2016

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Child Welfare Service 1-800-494-3991
Adult Protective Services 241-3337
PACT-Parents and Children Together 821-0574
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS PROVIDERS
Hale Opio Kaua'i, Inc. 245-2873
 Friends of the Children's Justice Center  246-6214
DRUG ENFORCEMENT
482-2362
Hale Opio Teen Court (ages 10 – 17)
To track cases: www.courts.state.hi.us
245-2873
241-1887
Kaua'i Police Department, Investigative Bureau
241-1711
Kaua'i Police Department, Vice/Narcotics 241-1690
245-4077 x237
Intake
245-4728
 
245-7580
241-7128
241-1888
EMERGENCY HOSPITALS
Emergency Room
245-1100
245-1010
Emergency Room
338-9431
338-9444
Emergency Room
822-4961
823-4194
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION, JOB TRAINING
245-8545
Work Incentive Act: Workwise
274-3056
Horticulture
Employment
245-4077
245-4077x.243
245-4077x.236
241-3673
274-3333
Goodwill Industries
482-3200
Kaua’i Community College
245-8311
McKinley Community School for
Adults (GED)

274-3390
State Unemployment Office
274-3043
Paxen Youth Services
274-3056 or 631-7650
 Hawaii Literacy- Kauai Adult
 Literacy Program
 332-5544
Kamehameha Schools Early Childhood
Education- Hiilani Program
 245-3897
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
245-8545
246-2400
Income Maintenance Unit
East Kaua'i
West Kaua'i
Central Kaua'i
South Unit (First to Work/ Child Care Licensing)
241-3667
 
274-3371
335-8432
274-3371
241-3679
241-3390
245-4077
245-1873
Social Security 1-800-772-1213
Veterans Benefits
1-800-827-1000
FOOD BANKS, PANTRIES AND KITCHENS
Last Friday of the month 3- 4 PM
241-7177
Church of the Pacific (Kīlauea to Hanalei)
Wednesday 3 PM
826-6481
Christ Memorial Church Kilauea 828-1825
Hale Hoʻomalu (Kapaʻa)
Tuesday 1- 4 PM
Wednesday 12- 3 PM

Hale Hoomʻalu's food pantry specifically services families with children. Each family is able to receive services once a month.

Please call ahead of time if wishing to receive services.

821-2520
Saint Catherine's Parish
822-7900
U-TURN for Christ
651-3998
3rd Wednesday of the month 4 PM
246-3997
Saint Michael's Church (Puhi to Līhu'e)
Wednesday 9:15- 10:15 AM
245-3796
Kauaʻi Bible Church – Lawai 742-5714
Koloa Union 742-6622
Holy Cross Catholic Church 332-8011
or 651-9725
ʻEleʻele Baptist Church 332-5906
Last Wednesday of the month 9 AM
338-9962
West Side Christian Center AOG 634-7040
Salvation Army: Kōkua Soup Kitchen
    Hanapēpē Corps
    Monday 5 PM
    Wednesday 12 PM
 
335-5441
 
 
    Līhu'e Corps
    Tuesday 5 PM
    Thursday & Saturday 11:30 AM
245-2571
Kaua‘i Economic Opportunity (KEO)
Monday- Friday 7:45 AM- 4 PM
245-4077
Saint William's Church
Friday 7:45- 8:45 AM
826-6988
Saturday 5- 6 PM
2nd & 4th Saturday of the month 5- 6 PM
822-5594 or
652-5117
Sunday until 4 PM (Call first)
639-1517
Last Wednesday of the month 1- 2 PM
332-9916
2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month 4:30 PM
335-6845
Monday 2- 4 PM
Wednesday 9- 11 AM
Wednesday & Thursday 1- 4 PM
338-0252
Kauaʻi Independent Food Bank 246-3809
Hawaiʻi Food Bank – Kauaʻi Branch 482-2224
GENERAL CLINICS
Kauaʻi Urgent Care
245-1532
Kuhio Medical Center 245-8874
North Shore Medical Center 828-1418
Kaua'i Medical Clinics
Lihu'e
'Ele'ele
Kapa'a
Koloa

245-1500
335-0499
822-3431
742-1621
West Kaua'i Clinics
Waimea
'Ele'ele
Kalaheo

338-8311
335-0579
332-8523
HEALTH OR MEDICAL SERVICES
Administration
West
Waimea Dental 
East
Kapa'a Dental
Pharmacy
Behavioral Health
Ho'ola Fitness Center
 
240-0100
240-0140
240-0150
240-0170
240-0180
240-0200
240-0194
245-8933
246-9577
241-3614
HIV/STD/Hepatitis Testing (Kaua’i District Health Office)
821-2741
MED QUEST
245-3575
Community Health Services
241-3387
HOMELESS
For clients in transitional living
245-4077 x235
Crossroad at Aloha Church
241-7177
HOTLINES
245-6362
245-4144
1-800-784-2433
The Parent Line: info/counseling for parents
1-800-816-1222
Mental Health Hawaii Crisis Line 1-800-753-6879
Crisis Hotline 1-800-273-8255
HIV Health InfoLine 1-800-822-7422
National Aids Hotline 1-800-232-4636
HOUSING
241-4440
241-4444
245-4077
Līhu'e Court Townhomes/Mutual Housing
245-5045
274-3141 x24692
Kalepa Village Apartments
246-4481
742-8655
742-9440
808-957-0324
335-0296
Hale 'Opio Kaua'i, Inc. 635-0210
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
245-8545
338-0252
826-1011
245-2043
245-5914
Administration
West
East
Pharmacy
 
240-0100
240-0140
240-0170
240-0200
PATCH: Childcare Resource & Referral Agency
246-0622
LEGAL ASSISTANCE
Adult Client Probation Services 482-2400
Court Information 482-2300
Child Support Enforcement 241-7112
MENTAL HEALTH
Administration
West
Waimea Dental 
East
Kapa'a Dental
Pharmacy
Behavioral Health
Ho'ola Fitness Center
 
240-0100 
240-0140
240-0150
240-0170
240-0180
240-0200
240-0194
245-8933
For clients with mental health as well as substance abuse issues
274-3190
 
246-0663
 Friendship Clubhouse  821-4480
OUTREACH AND SUPPORT FOR ADULTS
Kaua'i Intergroup
24 hour hotline
245-6677
246-1116
241-7177
245-8545
245-5914
246-6102
808-533-3936
 Community Based Case
Management (CBCM) Program
 808-791-6716
651-7213
1-866-535-7922
821-2520
246-0663
245-9223
338-0252
828-1674
246-1135
246-0497
Waimea Baptist Church
338-1227
Contact: Kimberly Cummings
3136 A Elua St, Suite 213
Līhu'e, HI 96766
Ph: 245-1996
Fax:246-6464
 
 
 
PREVENTION PROGRAMS
245-8545
245-5914
Ongoing family counseling
821-2520
Hale Kipa- Hawaii Advocate Program   246-4898
338-0252
D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)
for 3rd and 5th graders
241-1697
 
 
1-808-672-1520
G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training)
for 6th and 7th graders
241-1697
 
Life Skills Training (KEO)
For middle school students after school at Chiefess Kamakahelei
245-4077 x238
PCNC (Parent Community Networking Center)
821-6972 x116
Kapa‘a
Līhu'e
Waimea Outreach
 
821-4406
245-2210
338-6837
Youth Groups @ Aloha Church
Fun, support and life skills for middle and high school students
241-7177
 
QUEST
1-800-440-0640
1-800-434-1002
TRANSPORTATION
Kauaʻi Bus
246-8110
Disability Parking Permit 241-4242
TREATMENT FOR ADULTS: AGENCIES AND CLINICS
Administration
West
Waimea Dental 
East
Kapa'a Dental
Pharmacy
Behavioral Health
Ho'ola Fitness Center
 
240-0100
240-0140
240-0150
240-0170
240-0180
240-0200
240-0194
245-8933
Low and high intensity outpatient
246-0663
Keiki ʻOhana
Family Therapy
823-0276
651-8591
Samuel Mahelona Hospital: Alcohol Detoxification 823-4140
Ahu Waiwai
Assessment, education and counseling.
651-2247
 
 C.A.R.E. Hawaii IOP Services   808-791-6194
TREATMENT FOR ADULTS: RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES (INTENSIVE INPATIENT)
Love the Journey
Counseling, group counseling, transitional living and cognitive training.
652-3879
 
 
Hina Mauka(Oʻahu)
808-236-2600
Salvation Army (O‘ahu)
1-808-988-2136
Therapeutic living program for women
1-808-877-7117
 
Aloha House (Maui)
1-808-579-9584
TREATMENT/ASSESSMENT FOR ADULTS: PRIVATE
Bivens, Alexander
332-7190
Foley, Michael, LCSW, Ph. D
651-8269
Tyson, Mary Frances, CSAC

-works with adults and children

652-2862
TREATMENT FOR YOUTH: AGENCIES AND CLINICS
Department of Health
School based, low intensity outpatient for students
274-3883
School based, low intensity outpatient for students
Kapa‘a High School
Kapa‘a Middle School
Kaua'i High School
Waimea High School
Waimea Canyon Middle School
Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School
 
 
821-4401 x183
821-4470 x196
274-3173 x241
338-6810 x136
338-6830 x181
241-3200 x311
School based, low intensity outpatient for students
Administration
East
West
Pharmacy
 
 
240-0100
240-0170
240-0140
240-0200
Low and high intensity out-patient
246-0663
Keiki ʻOhana
823-0376
Teen Challenge of the Hawaiian Islands
Teen Challenge Men's Center- Men's Induction
Center 18+

Men's Training Center After Induction 

Big Island Women's Home of Hope- Females 18+



 

 

808-966-7980

808-589-0013

808-965-8403

 

VETERANS
241-3346
Mental Health Hawaii Crisis Line 1-800-753-6879
VA Homeless Hotline – Hawai’i 1-808-433-0335
Crisis Hotline 1-800-273-8255
Veterans Benefits
VA Outreach / Readjustment Counseling 1-808-433-0560
OTHER
County Camping Permits  241-4463
County Agency on Elderly Affairs
241-4470
American Cancer Society
245-2942
American Red Cross
245-4919
WIC Office
241-3080
YWCA
245-5959
Keiki O Ka Aina Family Learning Center
1-808-845-3446

Additional Resources

  • The Cool Spot: Young teens' place for information on alcohol and resisting peer pressure
  • Above the Influence: Help teems to be more aware of the influences around them, and to carefully consider their risks when faced with tough decisions 
  • Too Smart to Start: Get the facts about the downside to drinking alcohol with advice from teens, a puzzle, and links to other websites with information about alcohol
  • NIDA for Teens: The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) created the NIDA for Teens Web site to educate adolescents ages 11-15 (as well as their parents and teachers) on the science of addiction
  • DrugFree NH: A place for individuals, families, and communities to get informed, get involved, and get help!