PACT-KCFC provides information and referral for community resources available in the areas from Kaneohe to Kualoa.
Call 211 for information and referral for community services throughout the State of Hawaii. Services may be utilized by dialing 211 or visiting their website. Mail or calls concerning 211 should be directed to the phone number and mailing address provided in this listing.
Programs for 3 year olds – Adults. Well rounded recreation programs for Tiny Tots (preschool age), elementary through high school, and adults. Facilities include playground, multi-purpose softball /soccer field, basketball/volleyball court.To use services: Drop in or call for information. Come in to register.
Alu Like, Inc. offers a comprehensive range of services and activities to fill identified needs in the Native Hawaiian community, including community economic development, business assistance, employment preparation, training, library services, educational and childcare services for families with young children. To use services, contact Alu Like, Inc. by phone or walk-in. A birth certificate to verify ethnicity, sometimes other documents are needed. Please call first for more information.
Information, resource, education, support groups, library with books and videos, counseling, helpline, caregiver workshops, wanderer’s program. Support Groups throughout the state. For family caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Dementia.
Information and support programs for cancer patients and their families. Educational programs on cancer prevention and the importance of early detection with special emphasis on tobacco cessation, nutrition, and physical activity; as well as cancers of the breast, colon, and skin.For: General public, cancer patients, and their families.
Educational Information, physician referral, exercise programs, public education, support groups and research. Call for information about current Kaneohe Community Programs.
Personal development for boys: Cub Scouts: 1st – 5th grade; Boy Scouts: 6th grade to 18 years.
Services: Half day Program (to 11:30AM), School Day (to 3:00PM), All Day (to 5:30 PM), Extended Day (to 6:00 PM).
Training/presentations/activities on health-related info, self-esteem, conflict management.
The goal of the Department of Human Services’ Child Care Licensing Program is to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of children enrolled in registered Family Child Care Homes and licensed child care centers (Before & After School Child Care Facilities, Group Child Care Centers & Group Child Care Homes, and Infant & Toddler Child Care Centers) by developing and enforcing minimum standards for these types of child care. The Department’s Child Care Licensing Units monitor compliance with the child care law and the administrative rules and provides consultation and technical assistance to child care providers.
Accepts reports of child abuse and neglect and provides consultations with social workers as needed for the state of Hawaii. CWS programs include family strengthening and support, child protection, foster care, adoption, independent living and licensing of resource family homes, group homes and child-placing organizations.
The PRC works to raise awareness, connect people to resources, and motivate people to take action to prevent drug abuse in Hawaii. Features include the state’s most comprehensive collection of books, periodicals, brochures, factsheets, and videos on drug abuse, prevention, and related issues. The PRC will mail information statewide.
Volunteer-facilitated peer support groups for families with children birth to 5 years old. Groups meet for 12 sessions, once weekly to discuss parenting challenges and triumphs, to receive information and support about parenting, to meet new families in their neighborhood, and to offer organized play time for their children. Referrals are provided if necessary. Special groups can also be formed on request (teen parents, single parents, homeless families, dads, etc). Any families with children birth to 5 years old, going through the “normal joys and frustrations of parenting”. Groups in Kaneohe, Kailua, Manoa, Honolulu, Ewa and Kapolei. More areas to be covered soon!
To use services: Interested parents must call in themselves; Family Hui provides information, referrals if necessary, and gets information to put parents on the list for the next group.
The Girl Scouts’ premier leadership development program grounds girls grades K-12 in values that guide them as they discover their personal best and prepare for a positive future, connect with others in an increasingly diverse world, and take action to solve problems and improve their communities. Girls exercise their leadership skills in group settings, community service work, and in their daily lives. Like all great leaders, girls develop the attributes of courage, confidence, and character, and by doing so they make the world a better place!
(Department of Health – Children with Special Health Needs Branch, Early Intervention Section)
Information and referral system to connect families with a "care coordinator" who can help answer questions and get child evaluated for developmental delays or other special needs, and link families to needed services and other parents.
Assist with information on procedure for burials on an at-need basis or for future use. Information would cover property availability, services, and merchandise charges.
Head Start is a federally funded program that provides quality services to qualifying preschoolers and their families. Head Start services are provided through part-day and full-day center-based programs, and home-based programs.
Windward locations include:
Ben Parker Elementary School
Heeia Elementary School
Kahaluu Elementary School
Kaneohe Elementary School
Kaneohe Marine Base
Puohala Elementary School
Enchanted Lakes Elementary School
Kailua Elementary Pre-Plus
Kainalu Elementary School
Maunawili Elementary School
Science and Hawaiian culture education for school children, higher education, seniors, and families. Community activities, educational tours. Educational Programs: Marine Science, Earth Science, Hawaiian Ethni-Botany(K-12), Internships, Water Quality (9-12). To use services: Call for more information.
Residential day care and outpatient treatment for adults. Teen CARE is now in 20 middle and high schools on O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, as well as providing community based services to adolescents at our Waianae, Waipahu, and Kaneohe locations.
Hina Mauka’s Family Program is offered to family and friends of persons addicted to alcohol and other drugs. Participants learn about addiction, the effects of addiction on relationships, and their role in their recovery process.
Tutoring and counseling after-school program for teens from Windward O`ahu with challenges succeeding or completing school. Hands-on, individualized activities, including outdoor activities on our Kane`ohe Bay campus.
General information & referral to support services and family self-sufficiency programs:
Income Tax Services
LIHEAP -- Low Income Energy Assistance Program
Na Lima Hana -- Employment Core Services Program
Weatherization Assistance Program
Toys for Tots
View botanical specimens, camping, picnicking, hiking, guided programs by arrangement.For: Anyone – groups, families, individuals.To use services: Come to the garden any day during regular hours; information brochures and permit applications also available at Satellite City Hall, CHOWs, and Permit Office downtown.
Hale Pulelehua is a community center and rental studio opened and dedicated in honor of the late Aunty Nona Beamer. It is a beautiful option for our Windward community looking to hold classes, meetings, rehearsals, or social gatherings in a tranquil, lovely setting (yet fully equipped with advanced technologies).
Successful teen substance abuse and behavioral health services along with DOE classes in a residential group home setting (CBR3) for teens from throughout the state on our Kahalu`u campus and featuring therapeutic ocean activities.
Child care, A+ after-school program, holiday program (includes summer, spring recess, winter break), enrichment classes (incl. swimming, sailing & kayaking), intercessions, preschools.
Offers early childhood education day programs. Extended day services are offered at the Heʻeia location.
Locations in Kaneohe:
Heʻeia Location: 46-430 Kahuhipa St., Kāneʻohe
Kahaluʻu Location: Kahaluʻu United Methodist Church 47-253 Waiheʻe Rd., Kahaluʻu
A City & County of Honolulu Department of Parks & Recreation program. Provides a variety of social, educational, recreational activities and physical fitness programs for senior citizens. Organizes senior citizens clubs.
Services: Programs for youth. Facilities include playground, lit softball field, basketball court. A City & County of Honolulu Department of Parks & Recreation facility.
The Kiwanis Club of Kaneohe is a volunteer organization that mainly services the windward side of Oahu. We are involved with community organizations such as Parent and Children Together's (PACT's) Kaneohe Community Family Center and Lanakila Meals-On-Wheels. We also participate in the annual Children's Day at the State Capitol in October. We sponsor Service Leadership Programs (SLPs) at three windward schools: Castle High School Key Club, King Intermediate School Builders Club, and Kaneohe Elementary School K-Kids. We are proud to announce that we are also sponsoring the Key Club at McKinley High School.
The Kiwanis Club of Kaneohe meets twice a month on the second and fourth Thursday nights from 6:15pm at Seicho-No-Ie Hawaii Jisso Center in Ahuimanu near the Valley of the Temples.
City & County Department Of Parks & Recreation beach park, picnic areas, campgrounds (permits required), kitchen/group site area (reservations required), wildlife refuge within the park, canoeing, interpretive talks by staff for groups.
Practical, hands-on learning of skills needed to start a career in Hawai`i maritime industry. Five-weeks long, no entry tests; supportive environment; life-changing potential.
Offering a safe and confidential facility for women and their children who can no longer remain in their homes because of domestic violence. Crisis response is available 24/7. Trained staff assist women with safety and future life planning, and make referrals for housing, legal, and medical needs and recovery support services for those with substance abusing behaviors.
Ohia Domestic Violence Shelter is a program of Parents and Children Together (PACT), and is primarily funded by The Hawaii Department of Human Services, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and private donations.
PARENTS, Inc. strengthens families by providing resources, skills, support and advocacy to create a cycle of positive parenting. Programs include:
Parenting and Recovery Program;
Fatherhood Support Program;
Workshops for professionals focusing on identifying, reporting, and understanding child abuse and neglect, as well as the prevention of child abuse;
Comprehensive Counseling and Support Services Programs (by referral only)
List of websites and apps from the Got S.T.E.A.M. Family Fun Event on Saturday, August 27, 2015
Academic and special interest classes. Main Windward office located on Kalaheo High School Campus.
(Department of Health) Windward Comprehensive Health Center
Provides supplemental food, nutrition counseling and education, breastfeeding support and promotion, health care and social service referrals and information for income eligible pregnant, nursing, or postpartum women, infants and children under age five, who meet nutritional risk criteria.
Kaneohe's only Urgent Care available 7 days a week from 7am to 9pm. Our average wait time is less that 10 minutes on all walking-in patients. We accept most insurances offered in Hawaii and tourists are welcome.