Oahu Family Peace Center (Oahu FPC) provides individual and group services for offenders, victims and child witnesses of domestic violence.

How can the Oahu FPC program help you?

The goal of the Oahu FPC is to bring peace to Hawaii's families by offering an environment that promotes safety, support, and accountability to offenders, survivors and their children.

Oahu FPC has been conducting domestic violence counseling for over 25 years and offers a comprehensive community-based program that includes prevention and intervention services.

What services does the Oahu FPC program provide?

Oahu FPC serves all of Oahu, utilizing off site facilities to provide services around the island. Oahu FPC serves families and individuals through three program units:

The Kuleana ("Responsibility") Offenders Unit
Works with offenders of intimate partner violence and non-intimate partner abuse. These services are available for men and women and include:

  • Domestic violence intervention group
  • Individual support and counseling
  • Anger control groups
  • Parenting classes that address positive parenting
  • Case management
  • Community referrals
  • Safety reviews
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling

The Puuhonua ("Safe Haven") Survivor Unit
Provides a variety of services for survivors of domestic violence. These services are available for women and men and include:

  • Domestic violence crisis counseling and support by phone and in person
  • Case management
  • Legal system advocacy
  • Community referrals
  • Advocacy
  • Safety planning and assistance
  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling

Phone support is available to survivors 24/7 by calling the PACT Domestic Violence Support & Shelter Access Line: 808-526-2200

The Haupoa ("To make the ground soft for planting") Family and Child Unit
Works with survivors and their children. Services for children and parents include:

  • Support and intervention groups for children ages 5 to 17 who have been exposed to domestic violence in the home.
  • Violence control and intervention groups for children who have acted violently or who are at risk for acting violently.
  • Support and intervention for teenagers who have experienced dating violence.
  • School based individual and group counseling.
  • Parenting classes that address positive parenting and provide education for children of survivors.

Community Education and Training

  • Oahu FPC also provides educational presentations and trainings for schools, community groups, and agencies. Call or email for more information.

Who is the Oahu FPC for?

Offenders, Survivors, and their children.

Is there a fee?

Yes, there is a flat fee for offender services. Discounts are available and are explained at intake. Services are never denied based on inability to pay.