Friday, July 12, 2013

Outreach Workers are coming to share their services with the North Shore Community.

Hale Halawai ‘Ohana ‘O Hanalei – The  Hanalei Community Center 

5529 Kuhio Hwy (Next to Waioli Park)       8:00 – 11:00

  • Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii;  Kauai Community Center information – regarding medical, dental, counseling and pharmacy services available on a sliding scale for the uninsured or underinsured.  DHS Application Assistance is available for medical (Medquest), Food stamps (EBT)  and Financial Aid (Bring photo ID, Birth Certificate or US passport, Income verification and current bank statements)   June  240-0182
  • Hale Ho’omalu;   Provides family support services , Enrichment classes,  Snap (food stamp app assistance), Food Pantry, Clothes Closet, Community Outreach, Information and referral, Volunteer training, Parenting Classes, Counseling.   Contact Dory, 821-2520
  • Mental Health Kokua;  Homeless Outreach Program  for adults experiencing symptons of mental illness.  Contact Amber , 634-4042
  • The Kauai Bus;  Public transportation for the Island of Kauai “Holomua Kaua’i Me Ke Aloha”  – Moving  Kauai with Aloha    Contact Missy 246-8114
  • Public Health Nursing ;  Health/Wellness and Emergency Preparedness information, Health Education for Keiki to Kapuna,  Communicable Disease Prevention   Call Evie 241-3389
  • Chronic Disease Self Management;  Bilingual Language Translation and Tagalog/Ilocano translation    Contact Pua and Cora  241-3564
  • Malama Pono;  Providing  information for Kauai Health/Prevention Services.  HIV/AIDS Hep B & C Screen for those at risk   Contact  Bianka  246-9577
  • Legal Aid;  Providing information for receiving free legal services for low income, specializing in Family and Elder  Law    Contact Irma  245-4728
  • PATCH;   (Parents Attentive to Children)  Providing information about local child care   Contact Cathy  246-0622
  • Dept of Elderly Affairs :  providing senior id picture taking ( free) along with current information, activities and services for seniors
  • KEO – information on homeless outreach and prevention, group home, shelter plus care program, many more
  • Veterans Administration – information  and services for veterans
  • Queen Lili’uokalani Children’s Center – Sharing information about support services for Hawaiian children who are orphaned or raised by ‘ohana caregivers

If you have questions, call June 240-0182,  Dory  821-2520 or Duchess  826-1011

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