June is National Reunification Month!

Family Programs Hawaii, like the State of Hawaii, supports reunification with families WHEN the environment is right – a healthy, supportive, loving, compassionate, and nurturing experience for the keiki. Without all of these instances, parents need to adopt...

Mental Health Awareness Month

One of our key programs at FPH is the Family Strengthening Center, which addresses mental health issues. The Family Strengthening Center (FSC)’s mission is to facilitate the healthy development of children through the strengthening of families. FSC and its staff of...

May is National Foster Care Month

National Foster Care Month is an initiative of the Children’s Bureau. Each May, let’s take the time to acknowledge foster parents, family members, volunteers, mentors, policymakers, child welfare professionals, and other members of the community who help...

Mental Health and Foster Care

The Correlation Between National Foster Care Month and Mental Health Awareness Month From Aysha Schomburg, Associate Commissioner of the Children’s Bureau: “Recent research confirms the importance of mental health and wellness supports. Data shows...

A Round of Applause for FPH’s Presence at IVAT 2023

The Hawai`i Summit is a multidisciplinary gathering of professionals working together to tackle the major issues in fields dealing with violence, abuse, and trauma. International and local speakers come together to share their findings on causation, prevention,...