Kauai Resources

Island of Kauai

Trauma Center | Hospital Rehabilitation Residences Day Programs
Hospice Case Management In-Home Assistance | Psychology
Psychiatry | Neurology | Medical Equipment & Supplies 
Assistive Technology | Support Organizations | Agencies on Aging
Employment | Legal Assistance & Advocacy| |Schools

Trauma Center

Oahu

  • Queen’s Medical Center
    1301 Punchbowl Street………………………………….538-9011
    Emergency: 547-4311 TDD: 547-4737
  • Tripler Army Medical Center ………………….….(808) 433-2778
    (military & dependents)
    Emergency: (808) 433-3707/3708
    Ambulance: 911
    Public Affairs: (808) 433-5785

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Regional Hospitals, Clinics – acute medical care, emergency room

Kauai

  • Hale Le’a Family Medicine Kilauea Clinic……..………828-2885
    2460 Oka Street Suite 101A
  • Kaiser Permanente
    Lihue Clinic…………………..………………………….246-5600
    4366 Kukui Grove St #101
    After Hours Advice…………..……………………800-467-3011
  • Kalaheo Clinic – West Kauai Clinics…………………..332-8523
  • Kuhio Medical Center………..…………………………….245-8874
    3-3295 Kuhio Hwy
  • Natural health & Pain Relief Clinic
    3093 Akahi Street………..………………………………245-2277
    3093 Akahi Street………..………………………………245-9454
  • Samuel Mahelona Memorial Hospital…………..……..822-4961
    24 Hour Emergency Service  …………..………………823-4914
    4800 Kawaihau Rd.
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • West Kauai Medical Center…………………..………..338-9431
    24-hour Emergency Room…………………..…………338-9444
    4643 Waimea Canyon Dr
    Waimea, HI 96796
  • West Kauai Clinic
    4643 Waimea Canyon Road………………..…………338-8311
  • Wilcox Memorial Hospital……………………..………..245-1100
    Emergency Room ……………………..……………….245-1010
    Emergency Room Text Telephone……………………245-1215
    3-3420 Kuhio Hwy.
    Lihue, HI 96766

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Rehabilitative Service Facilities

Kauai

  • Wilcox Memorial Hospital……………………………….245-1494
    (Rehab at Hospital)
    3-3420 Kuhio Hwy.
    Lihue, HI 96766

Oahu

  • Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific
    226 North Kuakini Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
    Ph: (808) 531-3511
    Website: http://www.rehabhospital.org

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Residential Homes (Care Homes, Nursing Homes, etc.)

Nursing Homes, Care Homes

Kauai

  • Hale Kupuna Heritage Home ……………………………742-7591
    4297 Omao Rd.
    Koloa, HI 96756
  • Kauai Care Center ………………………………………..338-1681
    9611 Waena Rd.
    Waimea, HI 96796
  • Samuel Mahelona Medical Center… ……………………822-4961
    4800 Kawaihau Rd.
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • West Kauai Medical Center…………………………………338-9431
    Waimea

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Day Programs; Hospice

Children Day Care Programs
– inquire for assistance –

Kauai

  • Easter Seals Hawaii (Kauai Service Center)…………..245-7141
    3115 Akahi St.
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Family Health Services……………………………..241-3565
    Program Manager
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Children with Special Health Needs……………..241-3376
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Early Intervention …………………………………….245-7141
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Maternal & Child Health……………………………..241-3427
    Lihue, HI 96766

Oahu

  • DOH – Hawaii Keiki Information Service…………1-800-235-5477

Adult Day Programs or Centers

Kauai

  • Easter Seals Hawaii
    Adult Day Health Program……………………….…………..821-6944
    3201 Akahi St
  • Ohana Pacific Management…………………………………246-6919
    Adult Day Care – Lihue
    2943 Kress St.

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Hospice

Kauai

  • Kauai Hospice ……………………………………..…….245-7277
    4457 Paahee St.
    Lihue, HI 96766
    hospice@aloha.net

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Specialized Support

Case Management
(‘medical management consultants’, ‘nursing consultants’,
‘nursing home consultants’ and home health services’ for other private companies)

Kauai

  • Case Management Works – Hawaii Inc………………..338-0559
    Kauai Office
    4473 Pahe’e St., Suite L
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Child & Adolescent Mental Health……………….274-3883
    Kauai Family Guidance Center
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Community Services…………………………..…..241-3406
    For those with developmental disabilities
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Kauai Community Mental Health Ctr…………….274-3190
    Lihue, HI 96766

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In-Home Assistance
(nursing, personal attendant/assistant, chore/homemaker, respite care)

Kauai

  • DHS Nursing Home Without Walls Program………………241-3337
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DHS Adult & Community Care Services Sec………….…241-3337
    (inquire about chore services)
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • DOH Community Health Nursing Services
    Lihue, HI 96766………………………………………………241-3387
    Hanapepe, HI 96716…………………………………….…..335-8408
    Kapaa , HI 96746……………………………………….……241-3387
  • DOH Family Health Services…………………………..…..241-3565
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Bayada……………………………………………………….245-5841
    3083 Akahi St
    Lihue, HI 96766

Oahu

  • Altres Medical………………………………………….1-808-591-4930
    (hosptial and clinical staff)
    967 Kapiolani Blvd., Oahu
  • Kahu Malama Nurses Inc. ……………………………..808-951-0111
    1357 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 850 Oahu

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Psychologists, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Clinical Social Workers

Notice from ‘Yellow Pages’, for the general information of the public, the following listings in this guide are not necessarily a complete representation of all professionals practicing in the fields or specialties shown. Also, appearance in this guide does not mean that the professional has had any special training in the field or specialty.

Kauai

  • Bailey, Fahy Ph.D…………………………..……..…….822-2447
    4-1435 Kuhio Hwy., Suite 206
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • Bodymind & Breath Center……………………………..822-5488
    Levy, Joan
    Kapaa 96746
  • Bivens, Alex Ph.D………………………………………..332-7190
    Kalaheo, HI 9 96741
  • Briones, Maria Ph.D………………………………..……742-6446
    3176 Poipu Rd., Suite 5
    Poipu, HI 96756
  • Brown, Robert Ph.D……………………………………..822-5881
    4-1579 Poipu Rd. Suite 5
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • Catalyst Health Solutions…………………………………212-9089
    4-976 Kuhio Hwy
  • Gerard, Dianne Ph.D…………………..……..………..…246-4501
    4371 Pua’ole St.
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Graham, Jere APRN-BC RX……………………………….651-6779
    4520 Akia Rd Ste A
  • Hill, Mary Ann Ph.D……………………………………….245-7225
    3016 Umi St Suite 207
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Horne, Robert Ph.D…………………………….………….245-6116
    3501 Rice St. Suite 214
    Lihue
  • Manka, Carolynne Dr ……………………………………..821-9454
    4-1579 Kuhio Hwy Suite 203
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • Marsh, Carol Ph.D……………………….………………..742-9733
    Koloa, HI 96756
  • McGivern, Patrick Ph.D …………………………………..245-5659
    4371 Pua’ole St.
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Navarro, Mary MA, LMFT…………………………………346-6784
  • Pacific Clinic…………………………………………………..822-5881
    4566 Ohia St.
  • Ponce, Sherylee T MA MFT…………………………………245-5252
    4272 Rice St Suite C
  • Salmers, Sandy MSW, LCSW………………………………635-7329
    2970 Kele St., Suite 112 A, Lihue, HI
  • Stevens, Jennifer MA, MFT…………………………………482-0994
    4442 Hardy St.
  • Stoll, Karin MSW DCSW…………………………………..632-2010
    3146 Akahi St.
  • Terry-Bivens, Marie Psy.D………..………………………332-7190
    Kalaheo , HI 96741
  • Tyler, Jeff LSW QCSW……………………………………742-9158
  • Tyson-Marchino, Fran MFT CSAC RPT………………..652-2862
    Linue, HI
  • White, Judith C PsyD
    Fax…………………..………………………………………822-5454

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Psychiatrists

Notice from ‘Yellow Pages’, for the general information of the public, the following listings in this guide are not necessarily a complete representation of all professionals practicing in the fields or specialties shown. Also, appearance in this guide does not mean that the professional has had any special training in the field or specialty.

Kauai

  • Blaich, Gary M.D…………………………….………..821-0088
    4-1435 Kuhio Hwy, Suite 201
    Kapaa, HI 96746
  • Hopkins, Heather M.D…………………………………..245-1523
    Kauai Medical Clinic
    Lihue
  • Goldberg, Harold M.D…………………………………274-3190
    4370 Kukui Grove St Suite 3-211
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Kumar, Krishna M.D……………………………….…..332-8433
    4100 Oni Place; 332-8433
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • McKenna, Gerald M.D…………………………………246-0663
    4374 Kukui Grove St Suite 104
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Nakamura, Jon………………………………………….246-6253
    4374 Kukui Grove St., Suite 102
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Weeks, Elinor M.D……………………..………………245-3219
    4371 Pua’ole St., Suite B
    Lihue, HI 96766

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Neurologists

Notice from ‘Yellow Pages’, for the general information of the public, the following listings in this guide are not necessarily a complete representation of all professionals practicing in the fields or specialties shown. Also, appearance in this guide does not mean that the professional has had any special training in the field or specialty.

Kauai

  • Bjornskov, Elizabeth…………………………………..…246-2002
    Dynasty Court – 4473 Pahee Street, Suite O
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Rao, Surendra M.D…………………………………………246-1687
    Kauai Medical Clinic

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DME, medical supplies, Assistive Technology

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) & Supplies

Kauai

  • Advanced Prosthetics & Orthotics of the Pacific………866-949-8273
    1580 Makaloa St.
  • The Brace Hotline……………………………………….800-655-9621
  • Gammie Home Care……………………………………632-2333
    3206 Akahi St.
    Lihue, HI 96766 Fax: 632-2422
    Website: http://www.gammie.com
  • Hawaii Pacific X-Ray Corporation……………………..591-9303
    3375 Koapaka St.
  • Home Infusion Associates……….…………………….245-3787
    3-3586 Kuhio Highway
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Liberator Medical Supply…………………………………800-833-7907
  • Medwatch USA……………………………………………855-301-6452
  • Senior Bathroom Makeover………………………………888-569-9155

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Assistive Technology

Kauai

  • DOH Disability & Communication Access Board
    (TTY)…………………………………………………………274-3141 ext. 6-8121
    Website: http://health.hawaii.gov/dcab/
  • Telecommunications Relay Service Text Telephone (TRS) Users
    Callers using Text Telephones (TTY/TDD) are able to communicate through a specially trained Communications Assistant (CA) who relays telephone conversations verbatim. The CA translates typed words into speech and spoken words into typed messages.

Speech-To-Speech (STS) enables people with a speech disability to use their own voice, a voice prosthesis or augmentative communication device to make a phone call. A specially trained communications assistant assists them by repeating their words to the other person. TRS provides Voice Carry Over (VCO) for TTY users who speak but are unable to hear. Hearing Carry Over (HCO) for TTY users who can hear but are unable to speak.
Call……………………………………………………………………..711
Additional numbers for the relay in Hawaii are:
TTY…………………………………….……………….1-877-447-5990
Voice……………………………………………………1-877-447-5991
Speech to Speech……………………………………1-877-447-8711
Spanish…………………………………………………1-877-447-7261

  • TRS Call from a Coin Telephone
    You can make a TRS call from a coin phone that has a built-in TTY. Local calls can be made at no charge but for long-distance calls use a calling card, prepaid card or make the call collect or third-number billing.
    Step 1: Lift handset and place it in the holder.
    Step 2: Dial 7-1-1 or the TRS TTY direct telephone number.
    Step 3: LED (red light) line status: slow flashing – line ringing/fast flashing – line busy.
    Step 4: If a TTY machine or the CA answers the call, the TTY drawer will open automatically. You may begin typing.
    Step 5: If the call is answered by a hearing person, press the * symbol three times to start the TTY announcer.
    Step 6: If the drawer begins to close before you complete your call, press any button on the keypad to reopen it.
    Step 7: When finished, hang up the phone and the drawer will automatically close.
  • TRS Call from a Coin Telephone with a built in qwerty keyboard
    You can make a TRS call from a coin phone that has a built-in TTY. Local calls can be made at no charge but for long-distance calls use a calling card, prepaid card or make the call collect or third-number billing.
    Step 1: Lift the phone receiver.
    Step 2: Dial ***.
    Step 3: Dial 7-1-1 or the TRS TTY direct telephone number.
    Step 4: When the screen says “call answered” dial ***.
    Step 5: Wait for the display screen to say “<TYPE MESSAGE HERE>,” then tyupe your message using the keyboard.
    Step 6: When you have completed your call, hang up the phone receiver.
  • To send an SMS (Text) Message:
    Step 1: Lift the phone receiver.
    Step 2: Dial **01.
    Step 3: When prompted, enter the destination number (10 digit number of the device you want to send the message to).
    Step 4: When you have entered the destination number, enter *9 to move to the next screen.
    Step 5: Enter your message, when complete, send your message using *9.
    Step 6: When you have completed your call, hang up the phone receiver.

Oahu

  • Aloha Special Technology Access Center (STAC)….523-5547
    Easter Seals Contact Person – Eric Arveson
    710 Green St.
  • ATRC……………………………………………(V/TTY) 532-7110
    Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii
    200 N. Vineyard Blvd; Fax: 532-7120
    (Information on assistive devices and funding resources)
    http://www.atrc.org
  • Guide Dogs of Hawaii Adaptive Aids and Advocacy for the Blind
    Call…………………………………………………………..941-1088
    747 Amana Street, Apt# 407
    Honolulu, HI 96814
  • Hawaii Fi-Do Service Dogs……………………………638-0200
    59-790 Kamehameha Highway
    Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712
    E-mail: hifido99@hotmail.com
  • Island Skill Gathering…………………….……(V/TTY) 732-4622
    Wally Soares (Zygo Industries Representative)
    3472 Kanaina Avenue, Honolulu 96815
  • Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
    Call ………………………………………………..(V/TTY) 733-8444
    402 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu 96815
    (Certified persons unable to use or read regular print due to visual or physical disabilities) http://www.pdb.hawaii.edu
  • Newsline for the Blind …………………………………..532-7110
    Assistive Technology Resource Centers
    (Visually and physically impaired – seniors, those with stroke and other disabling conditions – can hear four newspapers daily on their own phones; free but must register) To receive an application form, call ATRC or the local chapter of National Federation of the Blind at (808) 722-4243 or call or visit the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped at (808) 733-8444.

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NT Support Agencies

Support Organizations

Kauai

  • Alanon Family Group……………………………………..246-1116
    (support group for alcoholic abuse)
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Alcoholics Anonymous………………………………….245-6677
    3018A Aukele St.
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Partnership for Prescription Assistance………………….no listing
    (a website program that connects qualified, low-income people with discounted prescription drugs, direct from pharmaceutical manufacturer. To access their services, go to the website: https://hi.pparx.org). For neurotrauma survivors without access to the internet, contact the Neurotrauma Helpline for their assistance to help you access the service.)
  • Alu Like Inc…………………………………………………245-8545
    2970 Kele St. Suite 116
  • American Heart Association of Hawaii………………..538-7021
  • American Red Cross……………………………………..245-4919
    4485 Pahee St. Suite 145
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Catholic Charities………………………………………….241-4673
    3016 Umi St. Suite 207
  • Child & Family Services………………………………….245-5914
    2970 Kele Street
    Website: www.cfs-hawaii.org

– Mental Health Crisis Services………………….1-800-753-6879
(Access Team; 24 hours/7 days a week)
– Child and Adolescent Mental Health………………….274-3883
Counseling Centers
– Community Services for DD……………………………241-3406
(for those with developmental disabilities) Lihue, HI 96766
– Kauai Community Mental Health Center………….…274-3190
Lihue, HI 96766
– Family Health Services………………..……………….241-3565
Lihue, HI 96766

  • Easter Seals Hawaii………………………………………..338-1977
    4590 Ola Rd.
  • Hale Opio Kawai Inc………………………………………..245-2873
    (therapeutic child & family services for education, prevention, diversion and treatment)
    2959 Umi Street
    Website: www.haleopio.org
  • Hawaii Behavioral Health Service Inc. …………………246-9102
    3122 Kuhio Hwy., Suite A15
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Ho’oheno, Inc. ………………………………………………338-2443
    4488 Pokole Rd.
  • Ke Ala Pono Recovery Centers………………………….246-0663
    (drug and alcohol treatment programs)
    4374 Kukui Grove St.
  • Narcotics Anonymous…………………………..……….212-0114
    P.O. Box 152, Kapaa HI 96746
  • State: Office of Veterans Services………………………241-3346
    3215 Kapule Highway, Suite 2 Fax: 241-3818
  • VA Vet Center………………………………………………246-1163
    3367 Kuhio Hwy, Suite 101
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • YWCA of Kauai…………………………………………….245-5959
    3094 Elua St
    Lihue, HI 96766

Oahu

  • Alzheimer’s Disease & Related Disorders Association
    (Support groups meet island wide)…………….……591-2771
    1050 Ala Moana Blvd., Bldg. D-15, Honolulu
  • INFORMATION………………………….ASK 2000 (275-2000)
  • American Heart Association …………….…………..377-6630
    677 Ala Moana Blvd Suite 600
    Mended Hearts and Stroke Clubs
    Website: http://www.americanheart.org
  • American Lung Association of Hawaii……………….537-5966
    810 Richards St. Suite 750
  • Caregiver Respite Program…………………….……..586-0100
    Call DOH Executive Office on Aging to inquire about respite care program
  • Catholic Diocese………………………………………….203-6700
    6301 Pali Highway
    – Office for Social Ministry – Oahu Branch
    Persons with Disabilities
  • Comfort Security Independence Inc. (CSI)……………..538-0353
    (money management for elderly and disabled)
    (Oahu and inquire about neighbor islands)
    1164 Bishop Street, Suite 1505
  • DOH ACESS line……………………………….1-800-753-6879
    Entry for mental health and crisis services for adults
  • DOH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division…………………692-7522
    Community & Consultative Services Branch
    State Incentive Program; 692-7541
  • Department of Health
    Executive Office on Aging………………………….…586-0100
    Long Term Care Ombudsman………………………..586-7268
  • Department of Health
    -Mental Health Crisis Services…………………1-800-753-6879
    (Access Team; 24 hours/7 days a week)
  • Hawaii Rx Card……………………………………. (not listed)
    Call 211 for assistance 24/7 for all islands.
    (a prescription drug assistance program)
    Website (http://hawaiirxcard.com/index.php) for information on how to apply, application form and participating pharmacies.
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
    State Office of Veterans Services …………….…….433-0420
    459 Patterson Rd., E-Wing, Rm. 1-A103, Honolulu
  • Epilepsy Center …………………..….691-5494
    1301 Punchbowl Street
  • Hawaii Centers for Independent Living………………522-5400
    E-mail: patl@pacificil.org; Fax: 522-5427
  • Hawaii Parkinson Association…………………………528-0935
    P.O. Box 1312
    Kailua, HI 96734
  • Muscular Dystrophy Associaiton………..…………..593-4454
    Hawaii Chapter
    1221 Kapiolani Blvd #220
  • Project Dana …………………………………………..945-0007
    (Alzheimer’s Caregivers Group in Hawaii)
    (Volunteers do respite and errands for caregiver)
    E-mail: projdana@hawaiiantel.net
  • Stroke Club of Honolulu
    Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific
    226 North Kuakini Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
    Ph: (808) 566-3791

    Stroke survivors and their caregivers meet monthly to participate in educational and informational lectures, as well community outings. The group, which meets every first Tuesday of every month, at 10:00AM to 11:30AM, offers:
    § A place to socialize and make new friends without a membership fee
    § Community re-integration through outings twice a year
    § Informational lectures presented by hospital staff and community experts

  • University of Hawaii – Services to Students with
    Disabilities…………………………………………………956-7511
    E-mail: kokua@hawaii.edu
    Fax: 956-8093
  • U.S. Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs………………..1-800-827-1000
    Veterans Service Center
    P. O. Box 50188, Honolulu

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Agencies on Aging

Kauai

  • County: Agency on Elderly Affairs………………..……….241-4470
    4444 Rice St., Suite 105
    Lihue, HI 96766

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Employment

Kauai

  • Department of Labor & Industrial Relations:
    Unemployment Information……………………..…..……274-3043
    4370 Kukui Grove St Suite 3-214
    Lihue, HI 96766
  • Department of Labor & Industrial Relations:
    Work Force Development Div……………………………274-3056
    4444 Rice St. Suite 302
    Lihue, HI 96766

Vocational Rehabilitation
Also see ‘Yellow Pages’ for Rehabilitation services.

Kauai

  • DHS………………………………………………………….274-3333
    Vocational Rehabilitation & Services for the Blind.
    3060 Eiwa St., Rm. 304
    Lihue, HI 96766

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Legal Assistance & Advocacy

Kauai

  • Office of Ombudsman……………………………………274-3141
    Extension 70770; TTY Extension 70774
  • Department of Health
    Disability and Communication Access Board……..274-3141
    Extension 68121
    (provides a listing of Kauai advocacy and legal services)
    see DCAB statewide listing
  • Department of Human Services
    Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division
    Investigations Office……………………………………..241-7107
    4370 Kukui Grove Suite 103 Fax: 241-7108
  • Legal Aid Society…………………………………………245-7580
    3016 Umi St. Suite 208: Intake – 245-7580
    Website: http://www.legalaidhawaii.org/

Oahu

  • Department of Health
    Executive Office on Aging…………………………….586-0100
    Long-Term Care Ombudsman ……………………….586-7268
    (For nursing and care home residents)
    Website: http://health.hawaii.gov/eoa/
  • Department of Health
    Office of Health Care Assurance………………..….692-7400
    Adult Residential Care Home Section
    601 Kamokila Blvd., Rm. 361, Kapolei
  • Department of Health
    Office of Health Care Assurance………………..…692-7420
    Federal Certification Program
    601 Kamokila Blvd., Rm. 395, Kapolei
    (Licensing and certification information for hospitals and medical facilities)
  • Department of Human Services
    Social Services Division
    Adult Protective Services……………………………..586-5660
    420 Waikamilo Road, Suite 300A; 832-5115
    Child Abuse/Neglect Reporting………………………832-5300
  • Hawaii’s Centers for Independent Living……………522-5400
    414 Kuwili
    Website: http://www.hcil.org/
    Contact: Mark Romoser with SELF (Self-Advocacy Network on Disability)
  • Hawaii Disability Rights Center …………………….949-2922
    Protection and Advocacy Program (CAAP)
    1132 Bishop Street, Suite 2102; Honolulu, HI
    (For persons with disabilities) 1-800-882-1057
    Website: http://www.hawaiidisabilityrights.org/Default.aspx
    Fax: 949-2928
  • Legal Aid Society of Hawaii ……………..…………..536-0011
    924 Bethel Street, Honolulu 96813
    Website: http://www.legalaidhawaii.org/ 
    (Medicare advocacy, affordale lawyer project)
  • Mental Health Association in Hawaii ………..……..521-1846
    1124 Fort Street Mall Suite 205, Hon. 96813 Fax: 533-6995
    (For persons with mental health concerns – advocacy and
    education group)
  • State: Office of the Ombudsman ……………………587-0770
    465 S King St, 4th Floor; TTY- 587-0774; Fax: 587-0773
  • State: Office of the Public Guardian …………….….534-6100
  • University of Hawaii Elder Law Project………………956-6544
    (UHELP)
    William S. Richardson School of Law
    (Offers legal help, education and outreach to homebound)
    Website: http://www.hawaii.edu/uhelp/
    E-mail: jpietsch@hawaii.edu
  • Victim Witness Kokua Services ………………..…….768-7401
    Department of the Prosecuting Attorney
    1060 Richards Street, 9th Floor, Honolulu 96813
    (Assistance to victims of criminal offenses)

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Schools with Special Education Service

Please contact your child’s school for special education assessment and services. School personnel will direct you and your child to the appropriate special education resources. For further assistance, you can call the Complex Area Superintendent at 274-3502; Special Education at 274-3504; Guidane Health Special Services at 274-3504.

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