Information Services

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.

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.

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.

(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.

General information & referral to support services and family self-sufficiency programs:

Head Start
Ohana Produce
Emergency Assistance
Income Tax Services
LIHEAP — Low Income Energy Assistance Program
Na Lima Hana — Employment Core Services Program
Weatherization Assistance Program
Toys for Tots