HELP & SUPPORT

 

'OHANA

The Parent Line: 1-800-816-1222, free support for parents in Hawaii

 

HelpYourKeiki.com explains different behavior & emotional problems, and what to expect from a therapist.

808youth.com is a directory of services for Hawaii's young people. Just type in your zip code and see what is available.

Neighborhood Place of Puna offers community workshops, Kamalama parenting classes, family strengthening services, as well as hosting Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

"Talk. They hear you." is a mobile app that you can use to start a conversation with youth about underage drinking.

 

KnowBullying is another mobile app that can help you talk to youth about bullying. 

Bring Change 2 Mind is on a mission to end the stigma of mental health problems. Find out more about what stigma is and how to end it.

Check out this video about how to keep our keiki safe from sexual predators. Research shows that talking about it can be one of the best ways to protect them.

A 3min video clip providing an overview of what it means for treatments to be considered "evidenced-based". From the Veterans Health Administration.

Special Parents Info Network resources, support and information for Hawaii families with children who have special needs

Dial 2-1-1 for help finding food, shelter, drug treatment, childcare, job training & much more. All calls are free & confidential. Available 24 hours.

Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health & wellness of Hawaii Island.

Ku Aloha Ola Mau is a place of healing & recovery for those dealing with chemical dependence.

ACEs Too High Learn more about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and their effects on children as they grow.

Resources for parents and caregivers from The National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Patch Hawaii can provide resources for parents about child care, and kindergarten.

Hawaii Health Matters: This website was developed by the partnership of the Hawaii Health Data Warehouse (HHDW) and the Hawaii Department of Health.  The website provides the residents of Hawaii state and county-level information o­n health and quality of life, data reporting tools, promising practices, and local resources.

Heads Up Guys: a resource and information site about men and depression.

Sesame Street & Autism: resources and video for parents

 

 

 

YOUTH

24 Hour Crisis/Suicide Line: 1-800-753-6879

Trevor Project: LGBTQ crisis line 1-866-488-7386

OK2TALKa blog where you can submit your story or thoughts

808youth.com: find things to do after school, and other resources for youth in Hawaii

TAP808: is your relationship healthy? Find out here.

Teen Link Hawaii: get information & get active in your community raising awareness for important issues

Your Life, Your Voice: tips to help you deal with challenging situations

Advice to Youth Adults, From Young Adults: Helpful hints for policy change in the Mental Health system

Learn the 5 Signs of Emotional Suffering: a video

TeenzTalk: a site where teens come together and share stories

Teen Line: 1-800-852-8336 peer to peer (6-10pm, every night) or text “teen” to 839863

 

EDUCATORS

Mind Yeti: helps kids learn to calm their mind and focus by introducing them to mindfulness in a fun way.

Check our Ohana section (above) for resources to refer families to.

Kognito Training: A short interactive online training that helps educators practice being skillful in difficult conversations with students and parents. Please contact us if you are interested.

Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life

A site created by UC Berkeley dedicated to gratitude, altruism, forgiveness, happiness, and mindfulness. 

 

 

Keep checking back as we continue to add more resources daily!

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at    1-800-273-TALK (8255) and follow their guidance.

Crisis Text Line

Text trained crisis counselors about anything that's on your mind.  Free. Confidential. 24/7.

Text  741-741

If danger for self-harm seems imminent, call 911.