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The Hazel Jansen Foundation is a dignity-centered organization dedicated to helping new mothers in Kauai feel empowered and prepared to care for their new baby.
The Hazel Jansen Foundation is a dignity-centered organization dedicated to helping new mothers in Kauai feel empowered and prepared to care for their new baby.

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  • Hale Opio Kauai Inc

    Hale Opio Kauai Inc Hale opio kauai inc is dedicated to improving quality of life, enhancing a sense of belonging, increasing self-awareness, and strengthening ohana by providing residential & community programs for education, prevention, diversion, and treatment. Hale opio kauai provides culturally sensitive, youth-driven, family-centered, strengths-based collaborative behavior health & juvenile justice services. To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 245-2873 Developmentally Disabled Centers, Disabilities, Human Services Back to Resource List

  • West Hawai'i Community Health Center

    West Hawai'i Community Health Center The West Hawaii Community Health Center offers quality, comprehensive, and integrated health services accessible to all who pass through our doors, regardless of their ability to pay. We promote improved health and well-being through Ho’ola Kino (healing of individuals, families, and communities). To contact, visit the website or call. website 808-326-5629 Affordable health care, doctor, primary care, no insurance Back to Resource List

  • H.E.L.P. For Child Care Program

    H.E.L.P. For Child Care Program Tuition assistance program for kids ages birth to 12. Your child’s development from birth to 12 is critical to continued success and socio-emotional well-being. Childcare and enrichment programming is a direct asset in building that self-efficacy but can be very costly. Connect with programs to help off-set this cost. To contact, visit the website or call. website 855-643-1643 financial assistance, tuition Back to Resource List

  • National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii

    National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii The mission of the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii is to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by the disease. This is critical for pregnant and new mums, who often experience kidney and urinary challenges during and after pregnancy. To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 593-1515 Medication, Diabetes, Kidney, high blood pressure, safety, support, Back to Resource List

  • Wilcox Memorial Hospital

    Wilcox Memorial Hospital Wilcox memorial hospital is a nonprofit hospital whose mission is to serve the Kaua'i community with accessible, quality healthcare that surpasses expectations. To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 245-1100 Community Health Systems, Health Back to Resource List

  • Homeless Programs Branch (HPB) - HI STATE PROGRAM - Honolulu

    Homeless Programs Branch (HPB) - HI STATE PROGRAM - Honolulu Homeless Programs Branch (HPB) - HI STATE PROGRAM offers program that called the Rapid Homelessness Prevention Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Program (ESG). To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 8325930 emergency Shelter, Homelessness Back to Resource List

  • Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH)

    Hawaii State Department of Health (DOH) The Hawaii State Department of Health protects and improves the health and environment for all people in Hawaii. Includes the Office of Health Equity and the Divisions of Adult Mental Health, Emergency Medical Services and Injury Prevention, Developmental Disabilities, and Environmental Health Services. To contact, visit the website or call. website 808-586-4400 Emergency Medical Services and Injury Prevention Back to Resource List

  • Low Income Housing

    Low Income Housing Find low-income apartments in Hawaii along with non-profit organizations that help with low-income housing along with HUD apartments, public housing apartments, public housing authorities, and housing assistance agencies. To contact, visit the website or call. website ​ low income apartments, public housing apartments Back to Resource List

  • Salvation Army - Family Treatment Services

    Salvation Army - Family Treatment Services The Salvation Army Family Treatment Services include: Sober Living Homes for Homeless People; Sober Living Homes for Recovering Alcoholics; Sober Living Homes for Recovering Drug Abusers; and Transitional Residential Substance Abuse Services. To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 382-2220 Basic need, Stable rehousing, Homeless women Back to Resource List

  • Volunteer Legal Services of Hawai'i (VLSH)

    Volunteer Legal Services of Hawai'i (VLSH) VLSH provides civil legal assistance to low to moderate income individuals in family law, simple estate planning, chapter 7 bankruptcy, private landlord-tenant, debt collections, and veterans assistance cases. To contact, visit the website or call. website (808) 698-8210 legal, legal help, free legal help Back to Resource List

  • Public Housing

    Public Housing Subsidized affordable and low-income apartment properties are identified, as well as programs to help aid in securing eligibility for rental assistance. To contact, visit the website or call. website ​ Apartment, housing, subsidized housing, low income housing Back to Resource List

  • Women in Need (WIN)

    Women in Need (WIN) WIN is a non-profit organization that empowers women who have been through domestic violence, Homelessness, Substance abuse, incarceration, and reentry. To contact, visit the website or call. website 808-245-1996 Employment, housing, Parenting, Case management, Life skills Back to Resource List

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