Mālama Maui Resources Liliʻuokalani Trust is committed to the long-term relief and recovery of our kamaliʻi and ʻohana impacted by the Maui wildfires. Our teams have connected with our beneficiaries in affected areas and are developing plans for an enduring commitment to support the journey from trauma to thriving. More information and resources will be shared in the days ahead.Last updated: December 22, 2023, 9:14 a.m. *Resources will continue to be updated as new information becomes available. Disaster Assistance Federal assistance is available to eligible individuals and families affected by this disaster.FEMA Disaster Recovery Center opened August 16 for federal disaster assistance and will continue daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College.U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest, long-term loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from damage caused by the Maui fires.U.S. Agriculture Department offers a variety of programs to help farmers, ranchers, communities, and businesses that have been hard hit by natural disaster events.Med-Quest expedited applications will be processed for those on Maui impacted by the fires. State of Hawaiʻi Department of Labor and Industrial Relations is offering unemployment assistance with extended call center hours.Maui United Way is offering emergency financial assistance to adults who were impacted by the wildfires. The American Red Cross launched a program on 8/21 offering financial assistance to those whose home was destroyed or suffered significant structural damage. Hawaiʻi Fire Relief Housing ProgramPeople's Fund of MauiREALTORS Association of Maui is offering Disaster Relief Assistance.Cameron Center Laptop Relief is offering refurbished PCs to those who are in high need. Healthcare Kaiser PermanenteKaiser Permanente is providing medical services to members and non-members at no cost at several locations in Lahaina from Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.The mobile health vehicles will be relocated to the the Royal Lahaina Resort and Bungalows on Monday, September 25.The mobile health vehicles are available to everyone in the community and will provide first aid, wound care, pediatric care, a dispensing pharmacy, along with vaccinations, including flu shots.OB-GYN service will be available every Friday. UH Maui College Health Center Offering womenʻs health exams to women displaced or impacted by the Maui wildfire.The Health Centerʻs hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.DOH Lahaina Comprehensive Health Centerproviding wound care and first aid, pharmacy services, mental health services, insurance support, and eye care. the Lahaina clinic is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Ākoakoa Place, below the the Lahaina Civic Center. Emergency Prescription AssistanceThe Department of Health and Human Services has activated the Emergency Prescription Assistance Program (EPAP), which helps Maui residents impacted by the wildfires who do not have health insurance get the prescription drugs and medical equipment that they need to stay healthy.For more information, call the toll-free hotline at (755) 793-7470 or visit their website. Mental Health Support The following resources are available to those seeking mental health support:Hawaiʻi Department of HealthThe Hawaiʻi Department of Health is offering crisis mental health services and expanded hours for those experiencing emotional or psychological distress as a result of the Maui wildfires. Services include the following: mental health counseling, trauma processing, psychiatric services, and resource guidance.Lahaina - Ākoakoa Place (just below Lāhainā Civic Center)In-person, seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Call: (808) 495-5113Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWailukuIn-person, Monday - Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.121 Mahalani StreetEmail: email@example.comHawaiʻi CARES 98824/7, free support service for help with crisis and mental healthCall, Text, or Chat: 988Website: http://hicares.hawaii.govHawaiʻi UtelehealthFree telehealth services, including mental health counseling, evaluations, and medication.Website: https://www.hawaiiutelehealth.orgKaiser Permanente Behavioral Health CareKaiser Permanente is offering critical mental health and addiction services and resources. Members do not need a referral to access behavioral health care.Call KP Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Maui and other Neighbor Islands: 1-888-945-7600Oahu: (808) 432-7600For 24/7 advice, call: 1-833-833-3333Mana Mental HealthFree, individual counseling sessions for mamas who are pregnant or postpartum.All sessions are virtual or by phone.Website: https://manamentalhealth.comPhone: (971) 251-2081Maui Mental Health Relief FundThe Maui Mental Health Relief Fund was created to support parents, children, firefighters, volunteers, those who have lost their homes, and those who have lost their loved ones. This fund will help with immediate crisis relief, as well as long-term therapeutic support. They will be pairing those in need of support with qualified local therapists.If you are seeking therapy or are a licensed therapy provider in Hawai‘i looking to offer your services, please sign up on their website.Additional Online ResourcesChild and Family Service Child Parent PsychotherapySesame Workshop Catholic Charities HawaiʻiHazel HealthDOH Maui Community Mental Health Center Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 Maui Wildfire Emergency Resources Women Helping Women Maui 24-hour Crisis Hotline 808-579-9581Spirit Horse Ranch The National Child Traumatic Stress Network Carelon Behavioral Health NAMI Hawaii Maui Strong Support GroupHeadspace is offering Maui residents a free membership until December 31, 2023. Better Help is offering 3 months of free therapy to those affected. Kākoʻo Maui Resource Center The hub will focus on providing a cultural approach to help those impacted by the wildfires best navigate the application process for direct aid and services. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Maui Mall, 70 E. Kaahumanu Avenue, Kahului, 96732. The hub will host both non-profit service providers and representatives from various agencies, including: Imua Family ServicesHawaiʻi Community LearningHawaiian Community Assets Native Hawaiian Legal CorporationLegal Aid Society of HawaiʻiPapa Ola LōkahiFEMASBAThe American Red Cross There will also be direct support available, such as Foodland vouchers, HEPA air purification systems, and direct payment support. For more information, contact the resource center team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 204-2722. Employment & Unemployment Assistance HireMauiHireMaui is a free community initiative to support thousands of residents suddenly left unemployed after the tragic wildfires on Maui. HireMaui provides a chance for displaced workers to get back on their feet and local companies to fill much-needed positions.Learn more by visiting the HireMaui website.State of Hawaii, Department of Labor and Industrial RelationsWorkers, business owners, and self-employed residents of Maui who were affected by the wildfires may be eligible for disaster unemployment benefits from August 13 to February 10, 2024, if unemployment continues to be a direct result of the disaster. The deadline to apply for these benefits is September 25.To apply, visit their website or call (833) 901-2272. Housing New Centralized Housing Website:The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) announced it has launched a new centralized housing website – HelpingMaui.org – that will help survivors find housing, while also serving as a platform for property owners and managers to offer their properties to survivors.Visit the website by clicking here.Host Housing Support Program:A collaboration with the County of Maui, the American Red Cross, and the Hawai‘i Community Foundation (HCF), the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA), this program is designed to extend financial support to households that have graciously opened their doors to individuals and families displaced by the Maui wildfires.The level of assistance will be determined by the size of the survivor family as follows:$500 per personA maximum of $2,000 per month, for up to 6 monthsLearn more by visiting the CNHA website.Leasing Program:Maui property owners can lease their property (short- and long-term rentals, second homes, and ‘ohana units) directly to CNHA who will sublet the unit to fire-impacted families that have been screened and vetted through their program. The property owner will receive guaranteed rent payments from CNHA, and CNHA will assume the responsibility of placing and monitoring the families. Long-term and second homes will be leased at market rates and short-term rentals in West and South Maui can receive monthly rents between $3,200 - $9,000 per month. Property owners who sign up will receive the following: Guaranteed rent payments from CNHA; Exemptions from Maui County real property tax; Assistance moving their future bookings to hotels; Host damage protection; Opportunity to provide much needed housing stability to the community; and The possibility of avoiding any state or county plans to assess, regulate and/or restrict short-term rentals or empty homes on Maui.Click here to sign-up. Water Supply Contamination Map Maui County Department of Water Supply Contamination MapClick here to see the water supply contamination map.