Who We Are

It takes a village to raise a child is a proverb, which means that it takes an entire community of different people interacting with children in order for children to experience and grow in a safe environment. The villages would look out for the children to ensure their development & wellbeing.

 

At Family Programs Hawaii, it is our mission to be that village for 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 children of Hawaii. Our goal is that every child in Hawaii has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential – especially children who are in or may become involved in foster care.

 

 

Keith Kuboyama, LCSW, MSW

President & CEO

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Total Number of Children and Youth Served in a Year

Percent Reduction in Risk Factors

Children & Families Served at Annual Holiday Party

Our Story

Family Programs Hawaii is a 501(c)(3) social service agency dedicated to strengthening children and families who are at risk or involved in the child welfare system through high quality prevention, support, and transition services. Family Programs Hawaii provides services to prevent children from entering foster care; supports children and families already involved in the foster care system; and assists youth transitioning out of foster care. We currently have approximately 60 employees in our Honolulu office and a receiving home in Maili.

We have provided quality social services in Hawaii since 2004. Since then, we have grown, adding a community mental health clinic, several large state and federal contracts, as well as numerous smaller grant funded programs to the original Enhancements program for foster youth and Long Term Foster Care services. Improving the lives of children and families especially those involved in the Child Welfare System is central to us. Family Programs Hawaii strengthens families and provides services to all children, especially those from the child welfare system including supporting foster parents who care for them.

Keith Kuboyama, LCSW, MSW
President & CEO

April Lum, MSW
Director of Programs

Sean Perez, MBA
Director of Finance

Dr. Cheryl Andaya, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist, Family Strengthening Center

Lisa Chau, MS
Manager, Innovation & Technology

Nadine Dudoit
Program Manager, Hoomalu o na Kamalii

Dr. Steven Choy, PsyD
Director, Family Strengthening Center

Veronica “Ronnie” Hee, LSW, MSW 
Program Manager, Resources Families Support Services 

Selby  Jacobs
Board Chair

Captain USN Retired 

Caryn Okinaga, Esq.
Vice Chair, Administration & Finance

Director, Regulatory Compliance, American Savings Bank

James Harrow
Vice Chair, Governance
President & CEO, Security Alarm Shop

TBA
Vice Chair, Development & Communications

 

Keith Kuboyama, LCSW, MSW
President & CEO
Family Programs Hawaii

 

Peter Phillips
Member, Development & Communications
Manager, Projects & Construction, Aina Nui Corporation

 

Greg Kimo Schlais, Esq.
Member, Governance
Director of Hospital & Health System Strategy & Provider Services, HMSA

 

 Michele S. Loudermilk, Esq.
Member, Governance
Partner, Cades Schutte LLP

 

Warren Aoki, LCSW, ACSW, MA
Member, Administration & Finance
Social Work Consultant, US Army Regional Health Command-Pacific

 

Verna Wong
Member, Administration & Finance
Verna Wong HR Services, LLC

John Keene
Member, Development & Communications
Financial Services Professional, New York Life Insurance Company

William F. Anonsen
Member, Governance
Managing Partner/Principal, The Maritime Goup, LLC

For more information about Family Programs Hawaii, please see our 2016 Annual Report

Newsletter for Spring 2018

Locations

Family Programs Hawaii works statewide to provide services to children, youth, and families in need. We have an office in Honolulu and a children’s shelter in Maili. Office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.

Tel (808) 521-9531
Fax (808) 548-4000
The ten bedroom home accommodates 15 children ages 4-17 and provides 24/7 staffing, access to social workers and other health professionals in Hawaii.

Children’s Voices

It was really difficult because we were split up for so long. If we had had a family or place to take all of us in and keep us together, it would have been way better.”

-child formerly in foster care, Hoomalu O Na Kamalii

Mahalo to Our Funders & Changemakers

M.B. Wood Foundation