Family Strengthening Center
The Family Strengthening Center at Family Programs Hawaii, in affiliation with the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, is a non-profit Community Mental Health Center that provides services to culturally, socially, and economically diverse children and their families. The mission of the Center is to promote healthy development of children by strengthening their families through a multidisciplinary approach.
Dr. Steven J. Choy
Total Number of Children and Adults Served in 2017
Number of Psychological Evaluations Completed in 2017
Number of Group Therapy Sessions with Children at our shelter
Innovative Ways to Serve the Community
•EVALUATIONS Comprehensive Clinical Psychological Evaluations (Infant, Child, Adolescent, and Adult) Psychological Family Risk Evaluations Developmental Psychological Evaluations Family Systems Psychological Evaluations Child Parent Relationship Assessments Psychoeducational Evaluations Developmental Disabilities Evaluation Forensic Psychological Evaluations Placement Psychological Evaluations TREATMENT SERVICES Trauma Informed Care Treatment Services Individual, Couples, Family and Group Services Infant, Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychotherapy Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy TRAINING SERVICES Practicum, Internship and Post Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, Health Professional Practicums Community Trauma Informed Care Workshops Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Training Center Child Maltreatment, Interpersonal Violence & Trauma Informed Care Trainings Child Development & Developmental Disabilities Trainings OTHER SERVICES Expert Court Testimony & Consultation Visitation and Transitional Services Mentoring and Support Services Research
Department of Human Services
All Children and Families are eligible for services. For Grants, eligibility for services are based on the grants requirements. Center fees are paid through grants, sliding scale fees, and all major health insurances, including Quest.