A Word from our President & CEO

The novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, is creating an evolving situation with varied impact to our programs. As an organization, we expect to face new unique challenges in serving our community in the weeks ahead.  We will update our website to inform you of how we will meet these challenges while keeping our employees and the community we serve safe and healthy. We have begun to share information and resources on our website from credible sources such as DHS and DOH. While we remain open, many of our staff are working from home and are using video conferencing as a way to stay in touch.  As we all practice social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus, we need to be cognizant of its effects on our mental health. The social aspects of our lives, from going to the movies or attending a sporting event, have been upended. So, it’s important to practice self-care during this time. Please take care and stay healthy,

Keith Kuboyama
President & CEO

Be a Changemaker

Meet the man who houses Hawaii’s children in foster care, Mike Wood from M.W. Foundation, an everyday hero.

Impact Your Community

Be a part of the change in your community, so that siblings can be together.

Innovative Programs

Family Programs Hawaii adapts their services to meet the needs of the children and families of Hawaii.

PROGRAM CHANGES:

Hoomalu o na Kamali’i – Our Receiving Home remains open to CWS youth and children.  We have added protocols to allow us to isolate a youth if needed while still caring for them.
Resource Families Support Services RFSS – Will continue to provide support to our Resource Caregivers and Kinship providers through video conference and webinars through the end of April. The Warmline will continue to operate from 8:30 am to 10 pm daily.
Family Strengthening CenterDue to the COVID-19, evaluations and mental health assessments are being conducted via tele-assessments until further notice.  Our Psychologists will remain available to CWS staff  for consultations during this time.
Project Visitation has currently suspended visits until the end of April.
Wendy’s Wonderful  Kids and Ka Pili ‘Ohana programs – continue to support our children and families with phone and video conferencing support through the end of April.

We Help Kids

Children are Hawaii’s most valuable resource. They are our future. Family Programs Hawaii is a unique non-profit agency remaining true to its origins of providing quality care to the families and children of Hawaii. Our goal is that every child in Hawaii has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. Our heart represents the many complexities of foster care. The colors symbolize our three areas of service: prevention, transition, and support.

Helping Children Find Permanent Families

Placing Children in Safe and Loving Homes with Permanent Families Our very own Mindy Chung, Program Coordinator for FPH's program Wendy's...

School Supply Drive for Children in Foster Care

Donate School Supplies in Honolulu from July 1-17, 2020 for Families in Foster Care We will be collecting general school supplies at our...

Honolulu YMCA Feeds Kids

More YMCA Feeds Kids Sites Added and Extended to May 8 Thanks to the generous support of the Hawai’i Community Foundation’s Hawai’i...

Resource Caregiver Webinar Trainings

Stay up to date with your resource caregiver (RCG) trainings with online webinars with other RCGs. Upcoming Statewide Trainings for...

Kama’aina Kids to Provide Emergency Childcare on Oahu, Maui, Hawaii Island

Kama‘aina Kids to Provide Emergency Child Care Kama‘aina Kids is opening up seven preschool sites on O‘ahu, Maui, and Hawai‘i Island to...

Ohana / Caregiver Info on Dealing with Stress from Coronavirus COVID-19

As we work from home and have children in our care who are not in school, it is easy to become overwhelmed with the stress of dealing with...

Foster Care

What is foster care and kinship care?  Information about how to foster a child involved in the foster care system.

Adoption

Deciding to adopt a child from the foster care system is a big step for most families. Learn more about how you can become a child’s forever family.

Everyday Hero

Be part of the solution to strengthening children and families who are at risk or in foster care. Be a person who creates change in their community.

Volunteer

Make a difference in the lives of children, youth and families who are at risk or affected by foster care. We need volunteers for events, programs, and the office to support our efforts.

CONTACT US

801 S King St
Honolulu, HI 96813
Tel (808) 521-9531                       Fax (808) 548-4000
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WARM LINE

for Youth & Families involved in foster care

Oahu: (808) 545-1130
Neighbor Islands:
(866) 545-0882
Daily 8:00 am – 10:00 pm


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