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CAMPUS, LOCAL AND NATIONAL RESOURCES

Campus Resources

MENTAL WELLNESS AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICE
Manono Campus Hale Aloha 105|934-2706|Walk-in's welcome MWF 11-12, TR 12:30-2
Pālamanui Student Services |934-2706|Every 1st Monday and 3rd Tuesday-Spring 2017
A free confidential space for students to seek out support and receive brief counseling services.  

WOMEN'S CENTER
UHH Student Services Center E-223|808-932-7381
The Women's Center is an environment which aims to empower students and create dialogues about Social Justice, Intersections of Identity, and serving those who may be dealing with issues such as domestic violence, sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and hate crimes.

MEN OF STRENGTH
UHH-open to all E. Hawaii students|Advisor: Andrew Palloi |808-932-7369
Organization designed to acknowledge, celebrate, encourage and honor the unique role and responsibility that men have to make a positive difference in their own lives and in the lives of their friends and families. MEN OF STRENGTH is based on the educational principles developed by Men Can Stop Rapefor their "Strength Campaign" ( http://www.mencanstoprape.org/A-Comprehensive-Approach-The-Strength-Campaign/ ) but is adapted to be culturally relevant to UH Hilo and to Hawaiʻi Island 

A'OA'O PILI OLA COUNSELING SERVICES
UHH Student Services Center E-203|808-932-7465|7:45-4:30pm
Counseling Services develops and delivers counseling, consulting, and outreach services for the UH Hilo community that empower students to achieve personal and academic goals. Counseling to support victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault is available.

STUDENT MEDICAL SERVICES
UHH Campus Center 211 |808-932-7369
A Nurse Practitioner and RN's are available to provide non-emergency services to the students of HawCC and UHH.

LGBT+ Resources

GLBT NATIONAL HELP CENTER
http:// www.volunteerlogin.org/chat |1800-256-PRIDE
This resource provides peer-support, community connections and resource information to people with questions regarding sexual orientation and/or gender identity. They have two national hotlines, as well as a private, volunteer one-to-one online chat, that helps both youth and adults with coming-out issues, safer-sex information, school bullying, family concerns, relationship problems and a lot more.

LGBTQ+ CENTER @ UH HILO
UHH PB-9|808-932-7939
The center is an inclusive, safe space dedicated to empowering and fostering greater opportunities for people to thrive by providing activities, and services that create connections between students and  community members; provide essential LGBTQ+ resources; advocate for civil and human rights; and embrace, promote and support our cultural diversity regardless of identity or sexual orientation.

Domestic Violence/Healthy Relationships

ONELOVE MY PLAN APP
Can be found in the app store | http://bit.ly/1bJsRII
This app helps you determine if a relationship is unsafe and it helps create the best action plan by weighing an individual's unique characteristics. Additionally, a friend or family member can use this app to assess the danger of a loved one.

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE
1-800-799-safe (7233) | thehotline.org
NDV Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Call if you would like more resources or information, or if you are questioning unhealthy aspects of your relationship.

LOVE IS RESPECT
www.loveisrepect.org |1-866-331-9474 |text "loveis" to 22522
Contact LoveIsRespect if you want to talk to someone, need advice about your relationship, or if you have legal questions.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STATEWIDE COALITIONS
www.hscadv.org  
The Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers a resource page with local program information. They are a partnership of programs that aim to address the issue of domestic violence in Hawaii.

CENTER FOR RELATIONSHIP ABUSE AWARENESS
http://stoprelationshipabuse.org/get-help/resources
This site provides a plethora of resources of all types (legal, seeking help, basic information, help in your area, etc.).  

WEST HAWAII

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
81-6587 Mamalahoa Hwy. Bldg. C| 808-323-2664|808-322-7233 (Hotline)
CFS offers services for domestic violence victims/survivors and offenders. TRO assistance, safety planning and advocacy are available. Domestic Violence Intervention (for those that abuse) and Pattern Changing (victim/survivor support group) groups are available. DV exemption services are also available to those who receive TANF. Services for adults who experience sexual assault as children and services for child victims of abuse are also available. Hotline number is available for victims/survivors who would like to access shelter services for them and their children.

VICTIMS ASSISTANCE UNIT
808-322-2252
81-980 Halekii St Ste 150,
Kealakekua, HI 96750

The Victim Assistance Unit is there to provide victims with support and assistance as they go through the judicial process.
Contact them for further information on Crime Victim Compensation should you be eligible.

EAST HAWAII

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE
1045A Kilauea Ave|808-935-2188 | 808-959-8864 (Hotline)
CFS offers services for domestic violence victims/survivors and offenders. TRO assistance, safety planning and advocacy are available. Domestic Violence Intervention (for those that abuse) and Pattern Changing (victim/survivor support group) groups are available. DV exemption services are also available to those who receive TANF. Services for adults who experience sexual assault as children and services for child victims of abuse are also available. Hotline number is available for victims/survivors who would like to access shelter services for them and their children.

VICTIM ASSISTANCE UNIT, OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
655 Kilauea Ave. |808-934-3306
The Victim Assistance Unit is there to provide victims with support and assistance as they go through the judicial process.
Contact them for further information on Crime Victim Compensation should you be eligible.

SEXUAL ASSAULT

NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE
1-800-656-HOPE
The National Sexual Assault Hotline provides basic information for victims or friends /family of victims, short-term crisis intervention and support, answers to questions about recovering from sexual assault, and resources to assist with the reporting process.

YWCA SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES
Kona-75-5759 Kuakini Hwy. Ste 103|808-334-1624|24 Hour Crisis Line 808-477-5991
Hilo-1382 Kilauea Ave|808-961-3877 |24 Hour Crisis Line 808-447-5991
The Sexual Assault Support Services offers a range of support to victims/survivors of sexual assault. The crisis line is 24/7 and will put you in touch with an advocate. Advocates are available to offer support to victims in a range of settings. Therapeutic services are available, as well as a support group for sexual assault victims. SANE nurses are available through SASS to provide medical support following a sexual assault (they will respond to the emergency department).

YWCA SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES
The Sexual Assault Support Services offers a range of support to victims/survivors of sexual assault. The crisis line is 24/7 and will put you in touch with an advocate. Advocates are available to offer support to victims in a range of settings. Therapeutic services are available, as well as a support group for sexual assault victims. SANE nurses are available through SASS to provide medical support following a sexual assault (they will respond to the emergency department).

Child Abuse/Neglect

CHILD ABUSE HELPLINE
http://www.stopitnow.org/help-inquiry |1-888-PREVENT
The 1-888-PREVENT number provides support, guidance and information to adults who wish to speak confidentially with the Helpline staff. You can also schedule a 30-minute phone consultation with Helpline Associates.

CHILD ABUSE REPORTING LINE-DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES-HAWAII
1 (800) 494-3991
If you suspect that child abuse or neglect may be occurring, call this line to determine if report should be made.  

SUICIDE PREVENTION

TREVOR PROJECT
1 (866) 4-U-Trevor (866-488-7386)  |TheTrevorProject.org
The leading national organization focused on crisis intervention and suicide prevention among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.  

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HELPLINE
Text START to 741-741 |Call 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255) | http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Suicide Prevention hotline.  Speak to an individual who can also connect you to local resources if necessary.

CRISIS LINE OF HAWAII 
1 (800) 753-6879
If you are having a mental health crisis, contact the crisis line to obtain support.