Family Programs Hawaii is pleased to announce the opening of the Family Strengthening Center in affiliation with the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. The mission of the Center is to promote healthy development of children by strengthening their families though a multidisciplinary approach. This is accomplished in collaboration with many other organizations and agencies that address the healthy development of children. The Director of the Center, Dr. Steven J. Choy, is an Associate Professor at Argosy University and has over 40 years of clinical experience facilitating healthy development of children and helping families provide a nurturing and growth facilitating environment for their children. Follow link for more information and to see services provided.
Resource families tell us often that they need a list of therapists that shows the type of therapy, insurance accepted and location of therapists. We have found an easy to use resource to help with this. Follow link for more information.
The H.E.A.R.T program serves sexually abused children from the age range of 9 to 18. The intent of H.E.A.R.T is to increase self-esteem, self-confidence, and independence in the children in a group setting by addressing the social and emotional needs of sex abuse victims with a hand- on, experiential approach to intervention.
“Care to Share” is a way for people to share their unneeded items with resource families who need them. Resource families are families who have opened their home to children through fostering, adoption, or guardianship.
Enhancement funds are available for certain children and youth who have been abused, abandoned or neglected through Family Programs Hawai‘i. Follow link to learn more.
MENTORS: *Attend a 2 hour training *Are fingerprinted for background check *Most importantly, you have fun and are a friend to a child or youth *Mentors and child being mentored can attend FREE Monthly Activities sponsored by Keiki O Ka ‘Āina such as Glow Putt, Cosmic Bowling & more! Download: Mentor A Child with a […]
Brochure series on issues important to grandparents caring for their grandchildren.