The first step to helping another is educating yourself. As a parent, you may feel blindsided to think that your child may have a drug or alcohol problem. This is not the end of the world, but at this difficult crossroads there are a few crucial steps that you as a parent can take that will make a big difference in the life of your child.


Signs and

If a parent feels there is something “off” with their teen, they’re probably right. Trust your intuition. Learn about the signs and symptoms of teen drug abuse. Read More >


the Facts

Teenagers are constantly bombarded with information about drugs. Use this resource to wade through what is true—and what isn’t. Learn more about The Facts and other resources to understand the true impact of drugs and alcohol in your lives. Read More >


Transition and

Adolescence is a time of transition from childhood to adulthood that is filled with possibilities, endless energy, growth spurts and emotional changes that can be filled with conflict and stress. Read More >


Racial Justice Reel Camp for Girls

Waiwai Collective, 1110 University Avenue, Honolulu, 6-11, 2022, 9:30 am to 2 p.m.
Reel Camp for Girls are week-long filmmaking program where participants use real equipment to write, direct, edit, and produce a short film on social justice issues. Itʻs a brave, safe ... more »

Free Family Movie Night

Historic Haleiwa Gym, August 20, 2021 7:30 pm-9:30 pm
Enjoy free family fun with a movie night at the Haleiwa gym. All are welcome to join this event sponsored by the Waialua Community Association. Click for more info: ... more »

Free Internship and College Prep Program for Youth

Application deadline August 13, 2021
The Hōkūlani Project offers an amazing opportunity for all incoming 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders who are interested in developing skills that will help them pursue their dreams in ... more »

Aloha Freedom Festival

Aloha Stadium July 16-August 1st
After a year with no community events, E.K. Fernandez shows is welcoming guests back to Aloha Stadium for the 2021 Aloha Festival. The festival will run for three weekends beginning ... more »

Free Admission to Honolulu Museum of Art

Sunday, July 18 from 10am-6:00pm at the Honolulu Museum of Art
Every third Sunday of the month Bank of Hawaii organizes Family Sunday's for the community so your Ohana can experience all HMoA has to offer with free admission. Experience the ... more »

Volunteer Opportunities in Waimea Valley

July 15th, 18th and 24th at 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy. Haleiwa HI 96712
Waimea Valley’s volunteers  do essential work to support the preservation of their cultural sites and knowledge. They also play a big role in environmental conservation, forest restoration, and botanical garden ... more »

Waikiki Aquarium Now Open

2777 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815
Experience the beauty our oceans have to offer and join the fun at the Waikiki Aquarium this summer. Spend the day with Ohana exploring the sea and all its wonderous ... more »


Parents are

Parents are the strongest influence on the lives of their children. Your words and actions affect every aspect of their growth and the choices they make. Read More >