Foster Care Support Services
Get The Guidance You Need To Navigate Fostering In Hawaii
15 Minutes of Prayer for Foster Care
HFLHI prayer network is a group of people committed to regular prayer for children, families, and HFLHI. Sign up to receive prayer requests and updates.
Start a face to face group in your area or join us in our Foster Care 15 Statewide Prayer Call. We host it Mondays at 4:30pm HST. Text or call us at 808-694-0000 to join! It is part the the foster care initiative of Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO).
CREATING A FOUNDATION OF CONNECTION
Build is an interactive learning experience for parents who want to create a foundation of connection between them and their children. This training was developed as a resource for people raising children with trauma histories.
Families have the opportunity to learn each week about the impact of their children’s histories while learning the tools and strategies necessary to meet their needs in a way that will bring hope, healing, and connection.
First Baptist Church Wahiawa:
Hosts Kokua Closet, a partnership with HFLHI. It is a storehouse of new and gently used items that have been donated for use by children and families currently/formerly in hanai, foster care or adoptive situations.
Ka Puni Ohana:
Embracing the Family is a a ministry led by Ray & Traci Sylva of Calvary Chapel Pearl Harbor. They bring the Love of Jesus to children and teens in foster care and to the birth, hanai, resource and adoptive families who love and care for them. The Sylvas partner with HFLHI to provide support fellowships, training, and special events to promote family strengthening and education about the foster care system.
A ministry of Hamakua Baptist Church led by Joey & Emily Rogers 808-557-5750. They are certified Empower to Connect Parent Trainers and provide education in the areas of foster care and adoption and support foster, adoptive, and hanai families with a special focus on medically fragile children in the foster care system. Hanai also has a Keiki Closet available at Hamakua Baptist Church.