Hale Na`au Pono is non-profit mental health center serving the needs of the Wai`anae Community.

Our Adult Programs include:

1. 8- to 16- & 24-Hour Group Homes - Hale Kukunaokala

Providing supportive housing across 12 locations on O`ahu. This service is funded by the DOH Adult Mental Health Division.  If you are interested in learning more about this program, please have your case manager contact us at 696-4212.

2. Case Management / Outpatient Therapy - Malama Ola

This services is funded through `Ohana CCS Health Plans.  If you need help because of problems with mental illness, please Call Janice Kamai at 696-4213 for more information.

 

Our Childrens Programs include:

1. Transitional Family Homes O`ahu and East Hawai`i

Operating on O`ahu's Leeward Coast and East Hawai`i, Family Guidance Center Care Coordinators may call 696-9498 or fax referrals to 696-3716.  This service is funded by DOH Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division.

East Hawai`i referrals may be faxed to 238-0925

2. Intensive In-Home Services and Intensive Independent Living Services O`ahu and Hawai`i Island

Operating on O`ahu's Leeward Coast and East Hawai`i, Family Guidance Center Care Coordinators may call 696-9498 or fax referrals to 696-3716.  This service is funded by DOH Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division.

East Hawai`i referrals may be faxed to 238-0925

3. Emergency Shelter Leeward O`ahu

Youth Probation Officers may call 696-9498 or fax referrals to 696-3716.  This service is funded by Hawaii Judiciary.

4. Anger Management Leeward O`ahu

Youth Probation Officers may call 696-9498 or fax referrals to 696-3716.  This service is funded by Hawaii Judiciary.

Our Family Services include:

1. Ka Wahi Kaiaulu - Waianae Neighborhood Place

If you are having problems with family members or making ends meet and you don't know where to find help, we have answers.  Call 696-4598 or 696-1067 for information. This service is funded by Blueprint For Change.

We provide referral services, case management and strengthening services to individuals and families in need of financial, educational, social, housing and medical resources.

During the COVID Pandemic, our Donation Closet is open by appointment only.

2. `Ohana Kako`o Resource Center

Providing meeting and conference room spaces for activities, events, trainings, fund raisers, and meetings on the Wai`anae Coast.  We have a variety of rooms and ample parking available for groups from 2 to 50.  Please call 696-4598 for availability and cost.

3. SNAP Outreach

If you want to see if you qualify for SNAP benefits (food stamps) please call us at 696-4598.  Rules have changed and you may now be entitled to benefits. This service is funded by the the Department of Human Services.