I need help. Who should I call or text?
If it is an emergency, please call 911. For non-emergencies, please call or text 2-1-1 on your phone, or 1 (877) 275-6569, to get help. Free and confidential. Open daily from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.
You may also search the 211 online database at any time to look for resources for yourself.
Why should I use 211? What resources can they help me with?
Aloha United Way 211 is Hawaii’s only comprehensive, statewide community information and referral service. 211 Specialists help you find food, shelter, financial assistance, child care, parenting support, elderly care, disability services, job training, and much more. For more information, please visit https://www.auw211.org/.
(808)832-3100 - Oahu
All Islands, Toll Free
1(800)985-5990 Multilingual COVID-19 Emotional Distress
If you or a loved one is feeling anxious, experiencing a crisis, thinking of suicide, is in need of access to mental health or substance use treatment, or is experiencing distress related to COVID-19 & other challenges, help is available. Visit Hawaii CARES.
Domestic Violence Action Center Help Lines
Call (808)531-3771 - Oahu
Call 1(800)690-6200 - Toll Free
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 9-1-1. Domestic Violence Action Center provides information on how to get help and can answer your questions about domestic violence.
Call Monday -Friday 8am-5pm
How do I use the Aloha At Home website?
AlohaAtHome.org was built to help you on your mission to strengthen families. Feel free to download, share, and use the graphics and video links on your website, social media, printed material, etc. When posting on your website please provide a link back to our website https://alohaathome.org and use the following hashtag #alohaathome on social media.
Where can I download the resources, images, videos?
You may download the resources here: https://alohaathome.org/downloads/.
Who runs AlohaAtHome.org?
Aloha at Home is organized by the Early Childhood Action Strategy (ECAS), who brings together government and nongovernment organizations to align priorities for children prenatal to age eight, streamline services, maximize resources and improve programs to support our youngest keiki. ECAS is organized into six cross-disciplinary teams: Healthy & Welcomed Births, On-Track Health & Development, Equitable Access to Programs & Services, High Quality Early Learning Programs, School Readiness for Successful Transitions, and Safe & Nurturing Families (which includes projects like Aloha at Home).
How do I partner with Aloha at Home? Can you post my events?
At this time, we will be collecting your information and events to post for the future. Please send us a message here.