Maui Wildfire Resources

Posted on Aug 15, 2023 in Maui Wildfire News, News

We will update resources regularly. Please check back often.

If you have been affected by the Maui Wildfires

For the latest Information:

Regularly updated resource links:

Main/Broad Resources:

Resources by Topics

Housing and Shelter

  1. Individuals and Households Program (IHP) | Financial and direct services (to meet basic needs and supplement recovery efforts) to eligible individuals and households, who have uninsured or under-insured necessary expenses and serious needs.
  2. Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) | provides temporary sheltering option in the transition from emergency shelters to temporary or permanent housing solutions.
  3. Shelters and Fire Updates from Maui County.


  1. The on-demand shuttle will be available for same-day rides to most shopping destinations and medical facilities in Central Maui. The shuttle will be available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (last pickup). Riders will be required to call Roberts Hawaii for reservations at 808-871-4838. Mobility devices, such as wheelchairs, can be accommodated.
  2. Maui Economic Opportunity Buses will offer transports – at no cost to riders – for medical appointments for those impacted by the fires and sheltering at the South Maui Community Park Gymnasium and Mayor Hannibal Tavares Community Center in Pukalani. The service by reservation-only begins Wednesday and will operate daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reservations can be made from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at (808) 877-7651.
  3. Robert’s Hawaii is offering shuttles from Central Maui shelters at War Memorial Gym, King’s Cathedral and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. To make a reservation with Robert’s, call (808) 871-4838.
  4. For all other transportation needs, riders can use The Maui Bus.

Health Care

  1. Maui Health – Maui Wildfire Emergency Resources
  2. West Maui Health Services: Local Clinic Services

Mental Health

  1. Emergency Services for Wildfire Victims (Maui Community Mental Health Center) – Contact Maui CMHC at (808) 984-2150 or via email at [email protected].
  2. Hawaiʻi Cares – Hawaiʻi CARES 988 is a 24/7, free support service for help with crisis, mental health, and substance use.
  3. Hawaiʻi Cares Crisis Line (Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi) – Hawaii’s leading mental health education and advocacy organization. (808) 832-3100 or (800) 753-6879
  4. Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH): Toll-free, multilingual, crisis support service available 24/7 to all residents in the U.S. and its territories who are experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
  5. Maui Strong Support Group (NAMI Hawaiʻi) – new support group for families impacted by the Maui wildfires.
  6. Hawaiʻi UTelehealth – Confidential counseling for wildfire survivors and families.


  1. Maui Food Bank – Donation collection site, shelter, meal distribution. Days and Hours: Open Daily 8am – 8pm Address: 777 Maui Veterans Hwy, Kahului


  1. Unemployment Benefits (State of Hawaiʻi): Apply for unemployment insurance benefits if your employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted due to the Maui Wildfires.
  2. Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA): Those who do not qualify for unemployment benefits through the State, may be eligible for unemployment benefits from the federal government.
  3. HireMaui – Find and post jobs for the people of Maui.

Contact DDD

Direct any questions specific to DDD, email [email protected] (Community Resources Branch) and they will direct your question to the right person.