MAUI FAMILY PEACE CENTER
The Goal of the Maui Family Peace Center (Maui FPC) is to bring peace to Hawaii's families by offering safety, support, and empowerment to victims/survivors and their children exposed to domestic violence, and accountability to offenders. Maui FPC has been conducting domestic violence services on Maui since 1994.
Maui FPC provides many community services to help stop domestic violence including:
Puuhonua “Safe Haven” Services
Support and safety planning for victims/survivors of domestic violence including assistance to those individuals who need Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs). A skilled staff person is there if you need to call and talk about your concerns. If a TRO is needed, the staff person will assist you in preparing the TRO, will go to court with you and help you advocate for your rights. A weekly support group is also available.
- Support groups
- Community referrals
- Domestic violence counseling
Kuleana “Responsibility” Services
Groups for offenders of intimate partner violence (IPV) as well as groups for offenders of non-partner abuse led by skilled group facilitators in separate groups for males and females.
- Domestic violence intervention groups
- Individual support and counseling
- Anger control groups
- Safety checks
- Community referrals
- Groups in Ilocano and Spanish
Na Opio “Adolescents” Services
Groups for adolescents who are in need of effective problem solving skills around the use of anger and/or those exhibiting violent behavior and anger control issues. There is no charge for these groups as the Judiciary financially supports this service. Anyone can refer themselves or a family member. Services include:
- One day anger control group
- 4-week anger control group
- 9-week anger control group
- Individual counseling and support
Haupoa “To make the ground soft for planting” Services
For children aged 5-17 who have been exposed to domestic violence. Services include:
- Group support
- Individual counseling
- Support and intervention for teens experiencing dating violence
- Suicide prevention and bullying education
Community Education and Training
Maui FPC staff are available to provide educational presentations and training for community groups, schools, and agencies on issues related to intimate partner violence and other DV related topics.
If you or anyone you know are experiencing any of these situations, please call us for more information or to talk to a skilled staff member.
Who is the Maui FPC for?
Victims/survivors, offenders and children exposed to domestic violence.
Is there a fee?
Fees may be charged for certain services provided to non-Judiciary referrals.
Maui Family Peace Center
270 Hookahi St., Suite 201
Wailuku, HI 96793
Phone: (808) 243-7001
Fax: (808) 243-7005
Email: [email protected]
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Maui FPC is primarily funded by: Hawaii State Judiciary, Department of Human Service, County of Maui, Maui United Way and community donations.