LANAI INTEGRATED SERVICES
A comprehensive program for child abuse and neglect prevention and intervention in a continuum through foster care and permanency placement support. Services include outreach, parenting skills training, counseling, support, referral, supervised visitation, support for foster care placement and adoptive parents. Families at-risk of involvement, or currently involved, with the Child Welfare System are eligible for services.
Lanai Integrated Services offer a variety of services with the goal of family preservation and family reunification when safe for the child or children.
What is the Lanai Integrated Support Services System Program?
The Lanai Integrated Support Services System program provides comprehensive child abuse and neglect services to assist biological, extended, foster and adopted families to provide a safe and nurturing home for their children and promote and support healthy families on the island of Lanai. Referrals are accepted from the community, other agencies as well as Child Welfare Services (CWS). The program offers the ability to accept referrals and crisis calls 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.
What services does the Lanai Integrated Support Services System Program provide?
The Lanai Integrated Support Services System Program provides a variety of services to families who are either at-risk of abuse and/or neglect or are actively involved with CWS.The services include:
- Comprehensive Counseling and Support Services
- Voluntary Case Management
- Family Strengthening Services
- Post Permanency Services
- Community Outreach
How can I get these services?
Most of the families in the Lanai Integrated Support Services System Program are referred by CWS. However, the program does provide services to those who are not actively involved with CWS.
To find out if you can receive these services, call the Program Coordinator at 808-565-9191 or 808-856-5166.
Is there a fee?
There is no fee for any of the services offered.
730 Lanai Avenue - #112, Lanai
Lanai Integrated Support Services Program is primarily funded by The State of Hawaii Department of Human Services.