Please see the list below for additional resources you may be interested in for your child, should the need arise.
Hale Hoʻokipa Highlighted Resources
Making sure our families are equipped and informed with the necessary information to provide the best possible support for their child is our goal.
To supplement many of the resources covered at the Hale Hoʻokipa ʻOhana Night on November 4, our presenters have put together the following resource sheet with more information or contact information for both community and resources we provide at Kamehameha Schools. If you attended that evening and would like to share your manaʻo on the presentation, please fill out our evaluation form.
Behavioral Health -
- Emergency Services: 9-1-1
Immediate assistance for threat to life or property
- Crisis Hotline of Hawaiʻi: On Oʻahu call 832-3100 or call 1-800-753-6879 on a Neighbor Island
Hawaiʻi Department of Health hotline for suicide prevention, awareness, and support.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1*800*273-TALK (8255)
Support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
- Crisis Text Line: Text "START" to 741-741
Support for people in crisis.
- The Trevor Project: 866-4U-TREVOR (488-7386) or text "TREVOR" to 1-202-304-1200 (text not available 24/7)
Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13–24.
- Kapiʻolani Sex Abuse Treatment Center Hawaiʻi: 808-524-7273
Support, information, and advocacy for victims of sexual assault or abuse.
- Child Welfare Services: From O‘ahu call 808-832-5300; from a Neighbor Island call 1-800-494-3991
To report suspected child abuse or neglect.
Teen online resources
- teenLink Hawaiʻi
Provides an effective youth-focused program promoting positive youth development through peer leadership and support, access to relevant information and resources, and connection to a caring social network
- NS Teens
Teaches tweens and teens about making safer choices online.
- Thatʻs Not Cool
Support material and helpful tips on engaging teens and decreasing teen dating violence.
- Guide to cyberbullying: Awareness and prevention
Information and resources on cyberbullying, including tips for parents
Information on preventing and responding to bullying
The Hawaiʻi Youth Services Directory provides easy access to information concerning children, youth, and young adult programs and services in Hawaiʻi, including helplines, newsletters, and other resources.
- Counseling services for survivors of past sexual or physical misconduct or abuse by a KS employee, volunteer or contractor: 1 (888) 961-9273
- Hawaiʻi Community Resource Guide
State of Hawaii Department of Public Safety 2017 compendium that includes community resources for health, safety, and well-being.
- Aloha United Way - 211 or 1-8-77-275-6569
Find information and referrals on everything from crisis intervention and counseling to job training, educational programs and child care.
KS resources for reporting and additional assistance
In non-emergency situations, students can utilize the Hiʻikua Student Helpline to report any issues they are not comfortable bringing to their principals or counselors.
- KS Hawaiʻi Counseling
- Mālama Ola
- Health rooms
- Elementary/Middle - 942-0411
- High - 942-0611
- Reach our Mālama Ola director, Dr. Kenny Fink at 808-842-8959
Gender Inclusion -
October 21, 2019
Hale Hoʻokipa Kauhale ʻOhana Night | Nov. 4
KS Hawaiʻi ʻOhana are invited to an evening presentation to better understand what is necessary to growing a supportive and caring kauhale for all keiki.
October 25, 2019
KS cultivates a culture of safety
Crystal Busey – senior director of Enterprise Safety and Student Well-Being – shares details on KS’ Hi‘ikua Student Helpline that helps students and their families report well-being or safety concerns.
October 22, 2019
Mālama Ola Minute: Youth vaping: What you need to know
E-cigarettes – or vapes – have been around for more than a decade, but only in recent years has their use reached epidemic levels among youth.