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Maui Family Support Services  

Providing services to families on Maui such as home visiting programs, outreach and resource support, child abuse prevention, groups and support for fathers, infant and toddler centers, and youth services to promote healthy family dynamics.  

1844 Wili Pa Loop, Wailuku, HI 96793 

(808) 242-0900 

Maui Youth and Family Services 

Maui Youth and Family Services provides youth and families with prevention-based intervention programs to help young people who may be at-risk of struggling with drug, alcohol, and peer pressures they may face in high school.  

1931 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, HI 96768 

(808) 579-8414 

Child and Family Service 

CFS is a community-based organization with a mission of strengthening families amidst hardships. Provisioning programs for various areas of focus such as trauma healing, Caring for Keiki, Honoring Kupuna, and Empowering Youth. 

CFS Maui Office 
392 N. Market Street, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793 
(808) 877-6888 

Imua Family Services  

Assisting children and families in overcoming learning challenges in the most formative years of their lives using play-based instruction services.  

161 S Wakea Ave, Kahului, HI 96732 

(808) 244-7467 

Maui Family YMCA 

A Varity of programs are available through the YMCA such as day camps, afterschool programs, and child watch care to teach growth and help kids build a healthy spirit and mind.  

250 Kanaloa Ave, Kahului, HI 96732 

(808) 242-9007 

Mckinley Community School for Adults 

Adult Education is concerned with life-long learning and programs are designed to accommodate the interests and changing needs of individuals as they seek to expand their knowledge and improve their skills as parents, workers, citizens, and participating members of communities. Adult Education program areas include Naturalization, Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, Home-Family Education, Cultural-Recreation Program, and Senior Citizens Program.

179 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului, HI 96732 

(808) 873-3082 

Child care connections hawaii (Subsides)

The Child Care Connection Hawaii (CCCH) subsidy program helps low-income families to sustain their employment, educational efforts and job training by paying a subsidy for their children who are in the care of DHS-approved child care providers.  Unless child care is required for protective purposes, families must meet income and activity requirements to qualify for this subsidy program.

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PATCH is a community service organization dedicated to supporting Hawaii’s child care needs. We help families find the right child care. We offer FREE resources on choosing and paying for child care, child development, parenting, becoming a child care provider and other useful resources right at your fingertips.

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pauahi keiki scholars

Kamehameha Schools’ mission is supported by Pauahi Foundation by seeking and developing new and diverse sources of income to support the ever-increasing educational needs and goals of people of Hawaiian ancestry.

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keiki o ka aina

This program is designed to help qualified parents with monthly financial aid for child care costs for keiki ages birth to age 12. Child care includes relative care in the child’s home environment, infant/toddler care, group child care, pre-school, and before and after school care.

The HELP Program is focused on serving Native Hawaiian, Native American Indian, and Alaska Native families who are working or attending school or in job training.

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Quality cAre for hawaiian keiki

Child Care Assistance through Maui Family Support Services, Inc.

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Early childhood services

MEO Early Childhood Services includes a Head Start early childhood education program assisting the most vulnerable young children to succeed in school and in life. To achieve this, Head Start delivers services to children and families in core areas of early learning, health, and family well-being, while engaging parents as partners every step of the way.

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Homebased providers

For busy parents, choosing the right type of family childcare can be challenging. More and more parents are finding that they prefer the intimate setting and personal touches of Maui County home daycare or group home daycare to traditional preschools or daycare centers. If you’re interested in learning more about home childcare in Maui County, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve done the initial leg work for you by collecting basic information of 59 Maui County home and group home daycares into a single location. If you need extra assistance with selecting the right child care provider for your family, simply contact the local referral agency listed on the right!

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