Tambara Garrick and Kai Nishiki

August 29th, 2018

I talked with tambara Garrick and Kai Nishiki about what is needed by people affcted by Fire in Laahaina.

Here is a list of the services I know of currently in place:

Aloha United Way 211 "Comprehensive, statewide community information
and referral service helping people find food, shelter,
drug treatment, childcare, job training and much
more. Free from all islands, Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, and all
calls are confidential."

American Red Cross (808) 734-2101 organization that provides emergency assistance

Bus Passes 808-793-7354 Limited number of donated passes

Catholic Charities Hawai‘i 873-4673 "Provides a variety of emergency services to assist
people by answering questions, helping with
applications for assistance, and referring them to
CCH programs or other programs in Hawai‘i."

Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (808) 596-8980 Disaster relief by providing needs assessments, estimates, and reconstruction for those w/o insurance
Disaster Center Hawaii http://www.disastercenter.com/hawaii/

Emotional health after a disaster https://www.redcross.org

Family Life Center 877-0880 Security deposit assistance

Feed My Sheep 872-9100 Food

FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency 1-800-621-FEMA Assistance and relief to victims of federally declared disasters (storms, floods, etc.) and provides emergency loans.

Habitat for Humanity 242-1140 "A local affiliate of a world-wide organization that
builds houses with volunteer labor and sell those
houses to families in need at affordable rates; helping
to end the poverty cycle one family at a time."

Keiki Cupboard 269-3779 school supplies for financially needy kids

Maui Food Bank 211 If you are in need If you are in need of food, call 211 for a list of active food pantries, soup kitchens and additional service providers

Mental Health Kokua (808) 244-7405 Singles: emergency & transitional

Na Aikane ‘O Maui Cultural Center 562 Front Street, Lahaina clothes and furniture, other misc.

Na Hale O' Wainee 662-0076 Lahaina Homeless

Resource Center
Resources for parents and caregivershttps://www.nctsn.org/audiences/families-and-caregivers information on dealing with stress and helping children after a traumatic event

Salvation Army 661-5335 food, hygeine products, furniture, clothing, cleaning supplies

Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) &

Temporary Assistance to Other Needy Families (TAONF) 1-855-643-1643

To Donate to Lahaina Fire Victims (also see needs updates)https://www.facebook.com/LahainaStrong/
Waiolu Church (808) 661-4349 clothing, food and miscelaneous items

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