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Parents and Children Together (PACT)


Youth and family services offered include early childhood education, mental health support, child abuse and neglect prevention and treatment, community building and economic development, domestic violence prevention and treatment.

Child & Family Service

(808) 681-3500

The organization offers countless family support programs within the following categories: care for Keiki, empower youth, honor Our kūpuna, prevent trauma, heal from trauma.

The PACT Kaneohe Community Family Center


The center operates as a school-linked Family Center through its partnership with the Hawaii Department of Education, Castle Complex. KCFC offers support to the families and the staff of Kaneohe’s eight (8) elementary schools, King Intermediate, and Castle High School, as well as to individuals and families in the greater community. KCFC serves as a welcoming place in Kaneohe that families can visit not only in a time of need, but as a part of everyday life, to gather resources, participate in family strengthening activities, and to develop a greater sense of belonging within their community by donating their time and skills to help others.

Patch for Families


PATCH is Hawaii's statewide child care resource and referral agency. The organization provides families with information and resources needed when looking for quality care for their children. It supports the professional development of care givers through training to improve the quality of care they are providing and to better understand the needs of the market, and provides data and services to the community to maximize the quality of the care giving experience and to increase the number and quality of caregivers. There are more than 100 free child care workshops available that are open to parents and professionals.

Single Parents Social Club

Meetup group for single parents-support, network, and social events

Fernhurst YWCA: Single Parent Advocacy Network

(808) 941-2231

Provides information and referral for single parenting. Offers resource bank, information and referral. Offers weekly support group. Accessibility help and transportation

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