MFSC is the newly established joint service center combining Pearl Harbor’s Fleet & Family Support Center and Hickam’s Airman & Family Readiness Center. NO CHARGE FOR CLASSES unless otherwise specified ($). Open to active duty, reserve, retired personnel, family members, and DoD employees, except as noted in the programdescriptions. Schedules are subject to change.
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FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES


Provides Air Force service members and their families prompt and compassionate assistance in their times of need. Covers a wide spectrum of services ranging from supporting severely injured service members who are working to regain a level of normalcy in their lives to assisting family members of deceased, unaccounted for, or missing service members with final arrangements and with understanding and accessing certain benefits and entitlements. 

Airman & Family Readiness 655 Vickers Avenue
Building 1105
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 449-0300


Provides services for those in need, including abused children and spouses, at-risk teenagers, employee assistance, elder care, refugee and immigrant services, and children in need of foster home and adoption placements.

91-1841 Ft. Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI  96706
(808) 681-3500
www.childandfamilyservice.org


CWS programs include family strengthening and support, child protection, foster care, adoption, independent living and licensing of resource family homes, group homes and child-placing organizations.

Department of Human Svcs
810 Richards Street #400
Honolulu, HI  96813
(808) 586-5667
(808) 832-5300 (CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT HOTLINE)


Provides deployment support for deploying families of deployed/remote Airmen.  Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides deployment support briefs throughout the deployment cycle including pre-deployment, mid-deployment, and post-deployment and support for deploying Sailors/Airmen and family members with information, resources, and referral services.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides information and referral services and advocacy for EFMP families to meet the needs of the EFMP family.  Includes referrals to local resources and access to a variety of counseling and advocacy services.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides education programs to promote understanding and awareness of risk factors and dynamics of child and domestic abuse to commands, individuals, couples, families and community groups.  Provides immediate intervention, safety and support to victims, as well as behavioral education and counseling to offenders to reduce or eliminate the risk of future abuse. Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides assistance to family members that helps make career decisions and develop employment search skills through eduation, information, referrals, and assistance programs, giving family members the competitive edge to secure employment.  Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

A resiliency training program designed to assist and promote strong military families so that they are better equipped to contend with the stress associated with multiple deployments, combat stress, and physical injuries.MCBH, Building 216
Kaneohe Bay, HI  96863
(808) 257-7774
www.focusproject.org
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Provides necessary resources for contacting family members of Individual Augmentees to keep them informed of the available support services,  and programs.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

A quality job bank and a comprehensive view of Hawaii's job market (www.jemsjobs.com)Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

The shelter provides information on health and self improvement, a safe place to stay, lodging and food, transportation, advocacy, crisis counseling, and information and referrals (restraining order, legal services, housing and financial).  Social Workers available through the Military and Family Support Center.  The location of this shelter is not disclosed to the public.

Victim Advocates
Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 590-7719 (HOTLINE)
(808) 474-1999 (Office)


A free convenient resource and referral service for child care.  Resource and Referral office is the centralized information center that provides information on programs offered throughout the State of Hawaii.   Services include childcare availability, subsidy and financial information, special needs, waiting lists for CDC's, CDH, and SAC programs, consultations on quality care for children.

530 Peltier Ave, Bldg 1925
Honolulu, HI  96818
(808) 471-8444


Provides classes, programs, and General Military trainings (GMTs) designed to address parenting, suicide prevention, stress management, anger management, and new military spouse orientation.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides free household items while members are waiting for their household goods to arrive at JBPHH or their next duty location.  Items available through the Loan Closet include pots and pans, dishes, flatware, iron, coffee maker, car seats, and more.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC-Hickam)
655 Vickers Avenue
Building 1105
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 474-1999

A 24-hour, 7-days-a-week, toll-free information and referral telephone service provided by the Department of Defense.  Provides information ranging from everyday concerns to deployment-related issues.  In addition, Military One Source provides on-line, telephonic, and face-to-face counseling for free.  Individuals are allowed 12 sessions per issues.  In addition, you can visit Military OneSource via the website for information on a variety of topics and issues. Users may also use the Web site to order educational materials (booklets, CDs, etc.) at no charge and access consultants on-line on a 24/7 basis.

www.militaryonesource.com
1-800-342-9647


Provides information and referrals for expecting parents or families with children ages 0 to 3 years along with parenting awareness on positive parent-chld interactions and healthy family functioning.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Ombudsmen/Key Spouses help facilitate the flow of information between the command and the family.  Family Readiness Groups (FRGs) are organized within the commands to be a support team for the spouses, children and other designated individuals (including fiancee's and/or parents).  FRGs are command-sponsored and are subject to the installation commander's approval and local guidance.  MFSC conducts training sessions for Ombudsman/Key Spouses and FRG leaders, as well as Command Support Team members, and helps facilitate the monthly Ombudsman/Key Spouses meetings.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides financial education and training that emphasizes long-term financial responsibility through instruction and sound money management, debt management, savings, investing, and retirement planning.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides information and access to relocation services, to include guidance on permanent change of station moves and access to computer based technology resources to research new locations.  Also, has a loan closet to provide household goods when belongings are in transit, both when first arriving on island and when preparing to move.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides assistance to retirees and their families by providing information and referral regarding benefits and entitlements.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-0032

Provides gently used or new items (household and baby items to clothing, electronics, and furniture.  E-5 and below active duty Navy personnel and their immediate families are encouraged to visit the Sailor's Attic.  JBPHH, Building 1514
Facebook:  Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Sailor's Attic

Provides a link between military families and local elementary and secondary schools to inform parents on youth education and assistance with school issues.

Provides support to Commanding Officers to create a command climate of prevention that promotes installation-wide sexual assault awareness efforts and management of sexual assault cases, including victim advocacy and intervention services.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999
1-877-955-5247
(808) 722-6192 (JBPHH)
(808) 551-1452 (PMRF)
www.safehelpline.org

Provides transition from military life to civilian world to service members who are retiring or separating from the military.  Facilities 5-day workshop that addresses social, financial, and professional issues.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

VA Benefits Briefers provide weekly VA briefings to transitioning Service members, Veterans, and dependents as part of the Transition GPS program. The briefings provide participants an opportunity to learn about VA benefits and services they may be eligible to receive and the process to apply for those benefits.

Additionally, Briefers are available to meet individually and provide assistance to transitioning Service members, Veterans and spouses regarding VA benefits and services, including information on education, disability compensation, home loan guarantee, life insurance, and health care.
JBPHH
4827 Bougainville Drive
Suite 207, Room 219
Honolulu, HI 96818
808-474-0020/0021/0022/0031
Office hours Mon-Fri 0730-1530

Provides victims of abuse with information regarding safe and confidential ways to seek assistance, their rights, military and civilian orders for protection, and available civilian and military resources.  Provides crisis intervention, safety assessment, and planning.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

Provides volunteer opportunities at the MFSC that develop new skills and increase the quality of life in communities.Military and Family Support Center (MFSC), JBPHH 
4827 Bougainville Drive
Honolulu HI 96818
(808) 474-1999

MEDICAL SERVICES

A "one-stop" shop for health and fitness assessment, awareness, prevention intervention programs, and exercise prescriptions.  Services include tobacco cessation classes, exercise program/prescriptions, micro fit assessments, blood pressure and cholesterol counseling, body fat analysis, nutrition counseling, etc.  755 Scott Circle
Building 1113
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 448-6170
Facebook:
Hickam HPARC

Provides outpatient, short-term counseling and evaluation for Air Force active duty military. Also sees dependents who participate in the Family Advocacy Program. Provides short term marriage counseling. Offers psychoeducational classes in parenting, stress/anger management, first time parenting. Offers men/women support groups. Accessibility: Barrier-free for disabled. Transportation: Rides not provided by agency. Insurance: Tricare.   

750 Signer Blvd, Bldg 554
Hickam AFB, HI  96853
(808) 448-6377


Provides outpatient mental health care to active duty US Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard personnel only.  Refers dependents to civilian therapists with payment through the TRICARE program or to Tripler Army Medical Center.

Navy Health Clinic
Building 1535
JBPHH, HI  96860
(808) 473-0650 x325


The Department of Psychology provides a  comprehensive mental/behavior health services to all eligible beneficiaries in the Pacific Regional Medical Command catchment area, and provides consultation to all military medical treatment facilities within the Pacific Rim.

Tripler Army Medical Center
Department of Psychology
Honolulu, HI  96859
APPOINTMENTS:  (808) 433-1323/1498/6060


Available to help Air Force and Navy service members, spouses, children and staff address the following:  deployment and reintegration, marriage and relationship, parenting and family, communication, stress and anxiety, sadness, grief and loss, and daily life issues.

Airman & Family Readiness 655 Vickers Avenue
Building 1105
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 221-1341
(808) 221-0238


A 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in suicidal crisis.

www.navy.mil
1-800-273-TALK


Provides healthly living through various sources and education in providing tools to assist individuals in gathering helpful information:  Active Living, Injury and Violence-Free Living, Reproductive and Sexual Health, Tobacco Free Living, Healthy Eating, and more. 

Naval Health Clinic Hawaii
Health Promotion Department
480 Central Avenue
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860
(808) 473-1880 ext. 2283


All Branches of the Armed Forces.  Screening and Evaluation, Counseling, Treatment for Substance Abuse (alcohol and drug usage) .  Referral to community programs for marital, emotional and other problems.  (Cases are screened, assessed, evaluated by medical officer, and then appropriate action is assigned.

Navy Health Clinic Hawaii
Building 1535
JBPHH, HI  96860
(808) 473-0650 x221
www.tricareoneline.com


24-hour, Suicide Prevention/Crisis Line

(808)-832-3100
www.suicidehotlines.com/hawaii


An extended IOP (daily) treatment facility with off-site residential accommodations.  All Branches of the Armed Forces -  Active Duty and Retired Military Personnel and their Family Members.  Have to be referred by medical or rehabilitation facility.

Tripler Army Medical Center
Wing 4B
Honolulu, HI  96859
(808) 433-6098


Provides services for animals of authorized active duty, retired military personnel, and their family members.  The clinic offers vaccinations, internal/external parasite control, and health certificates for dogs and cats.  Microchip implants for pet identification are also available at the clinic.Building 1864
Kuntz Avenue
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 449-6481
www.hickamservices.com


OTHER RELATED SERVICES


The Hawaii State Department of Health provides a 24-hour, 7-days-a-week crisis hotline to all persons, military and civilian. A team of trained and experienced professionals is available to provide help for you or a family member in times of mental health crises.  Suicide/crisis assessment, information on community resources, and access to other crisis services are available.


www.amhd.org/access.asp
(808) 832-3100 (HOTLINE)


The official charity of the U.S. Air Force whose mission is to help relieve financial distress of Air Force members and their families and to assist them in financing their higher education goals.  Through the years, AFAS has become increasingly effective in helping individuals with personal emergencies-- as well as extremely useful when used by commanders to help solve personnel problems in their units.655 Vickers Ave
JBPHH, HI 96853
(808) 449-0300
www.afas.org

Provides gently used or new items that will help Airmen set up house. The Airman’s Attic provides newlywed and new baby AAFES gift cards to help the new household run a little more smoothly.Kuntz Avenue
JBPHH, HI  96853
(808) 449-5677Facebook: 
Hickam Airman's Attic

A service for people needing help.  With 211, you can easily find information and referrals on everything from crisis intervention and counseling to job training, educational programs and child care. 

200 N. Vineyard Blvd
Suite 700
Honolulu, HI  96817
(808) 536-1951
www.auw.org


The Honolulu Armed Services YMCA provides quality social, educational and recreational programs and services to active duty military and family members.  The following free or low-cost programs are designed to improved quality of life for junior enlisted personnel, spouses and children:  Food for Families, Hospitality Kits, Holiday Food Baskets & Toys for Tots, Operation Kid Comfort, Kids in the Kitchen, Family Excursions, Parent Participation Preschool, Playmorning, Children’s Waiting Rooms, Operation Hero, Kindermusik, English as a Second Language Classes, Prepared Childbirth Classes, and The Wounded Warrior Fund.1057 North Road
Honolulu, HI  96818
(808) 473-3398
www.asymcahi.org

Minister to active duty and retired personnel and their family members.  Chaplains offer initial counseling for alcoholism, drugs, family, pre-marital or marital problems, moral issues, conscientious objector status, work-related issues, and other areas of concern.  Chaplains cannot share information with anyone without your permission, you have total confidentiality.

Office of the Chaplain
Pearl Harbor Memorial Chapel
850 Ticonderoga St., Suite 100
JBPHH, HI  96860
(808) 473-3971
www.cnic.navy.mil/PearlHarbor-Hickam/About/Department/ReligiousPrograms/Chapels


Connects individuals and families in need of basic living necessities with donated clothing, furniture, appliances, and other household items, free of cost.

Helping Hands Hawaii
2100 N. Nimitz Highway
Honolulu, HI  96819
(808) 536-7234


Dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse by providing direct legal services to clients, legal information, case management and support services, community education, and advocacy for system reform and other specialized services such as the Teen Alert program.

P.O. Box 3198
Honolulu, HI  96801-3198
(808) 531-3771 (HELPLINE)
(808) 534-0040 (Office)
www.stoptheviolence.com


A special program called Pets of Patriots Fostering designed to provide long-term pet care assistance for military personnel deploying on short notice.  Active duty military personnel who have a pet that needs temporary care are eligible.2700 Waialae Avenue
Honolulu, HI  96826
(808) 946-2187
www.hawaiianhumane.org

A non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the importance of sea power to U.S. national security and supporting our military men and women and their families.  The funds the League generates help support youth programs, such as Sea Cadets and NJROTC, as well as support services, scholarships and recognition for active service personnel.P.O. Box 31032
Honolulu, HI  96820
(808) 472-7716
www.honolulunavyleague.org

Provides assistance with basic living expenses, emergency transportation, funerals, medical bills, essential car repairs, pay problems, and other emergency needs.  Assistance is provided in the form of interest-free loans and/or grants, depending on financial need and type of assistance rendered.  In addition to financial assistance, NMCRS also provides many valuable services.  These services include baby budget classes for new and expectant parents, a Visiting Nurse Program, a layette program, as well as a thrift shop at Pearl Harbor.JBPHH, Building 1514
(808) 473-0282
www.nmcrs.org

The Navy's organization for coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and their families. The program provides a lifetime of individually tailored assistance designed to optimize the success of shipmates' recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration activities.  Enrollment is voluntary and the program provides a lifetime of care.
1-877-746-8563
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Provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors. They provide direct services to alleviate a military family’s or individual’s actual/complete emergency financial burden, as well as counseling and/or recovery support.  P.O. Box 534
Haleiwa, HI  96712
(808) 238-2233
www.operationhomefront.net/hawaii

Focuses on creating state and local community support networks for military youths when military family members deploy.  Here in Hawaii there is a large and diverse military population who live, dispersed, on all islands, who are members of the National Guard, Air Guard, the Reserves, and all branches of the active duty military. Their Core Programs include:  Hero Packs, Speak Out for Military Kids (SOMK), Mobile Tech Lab (MTL), Educational Programs, Babysitting Classes, and Ready, Set, Go! Trainings (RSG!) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(808) 956-4125
www.operationmilitarykids.org

Provides families with information and resources needed when looking for quality care for their children.  They support the professional development of care givers through training.  They provide data and services to the community to maximize the quality of the care giving experience.Respite care assistance is also provided for active duty and activated Reserve Navy families enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).650 Iwilei Road, Suite 205
Honolulu, HI  96817
(808) 839-1988
www.patchhawaii.org

Provide support to the military and their families arriving to, departing from, or transiting through the state of Hawaii.  Services include entertainment, gaming, Internet, information and referral, as well as a keiki (children’s) room, and complimentary pastries and coffee.  Staffed by volunteers and are open 16 hours a day, every day of the year.
Honolulu International Airport (HIC)
Hickam AMC Terminal
(808) 836-3351
(808)448-9966
www.uso.org/hawaii

Promote and support healthy individuals, families and communities by creating opportunities for them to identify and address their own strengths needs and concerns and successfully realize their potential.

1485 Linapuni Street, Ste 105
Honolulu, HI  96819
(808) 847-3285
pacthawaii.org


The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a federally funded program which provides nourishing supplemental foods, nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion, and health and social service referrals. The participants of WIC are either pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum women, and infants and children up to age five who meet income guidelines and have a medical or nutritional risk.

Locations are available throughout the islands.
Please call (808) 586-8175 or 1-888-820-6425 (Neighbor Islands) for more information.
http://health.hawaii.gov/wic

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