Archive for August, 2011
Hawaii was lucky to have Kristin Kelly, JD, from the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law in Washington D.C., tips & strategies to a group of resource caregivers and service providers on August 16, 2011, to help us know how to: • Keep children in the same schools, or quickly enroll them […]
Follow this link to be able to link to Mental Health America-Hawaii’s WONDERFUL new statewide Manuel that contains contact information (phone numbers and websites) for agencies and programs that offer assistance with substance abuse, anger management, grief support, mental health problems, domestic violence, homelessness, sex abuse, employment, developmental disabilities; and help for seniors, children and adolescents, veterans, immigrants.
Follow this link to see the latest information available regarding child welfare laws and policy in Hawai`i. There you will find the handouts from the 2011 Annual Child Welfare Law Update Conference that was held on August 12, 2011.
Liz Kulp was diagnosed with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) as a young teen. Knowing her challenges and understanding her strengths helped her graduate from public high school and strive to move on to independent adulthood like her peers. But, she soon learned that life within the context of a family that understood and helped […]