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Were you impacted by the Maui Wildfires? Get Support.

Our hearts go out to the many families and businesses who have impacted by the Maui wildfires. On this page, we aim to provide information, resources, and support to help those in need during these challenging times. Together, let's stand strong and extend a helping hand to our fellow community members on the path to recovery and resilience.


Find resources for those affected by the Maui Wildfires



Find a Resource Center

The hubs will provide access to relief application assistance, legal aid, document replacements, mental & physical health support, workforce training, financial support may be available, and more.

Call 211 to Join the Disaster Case Management Program

Aloha United Way's 211 helpline is Hawai‘i’s only comprehensive, community information and referral helpline. Powered by caring, local experts, trained to understand complex problems and connect people to community resources including:

  • Food, shelter, clothing
  • Support and care programs for Keiki, Kupuna and disability services
  • Crisis intervention and disaster relief
  • Domestic violence programs
  • Rental and utility assistance
  • Legal and financial assistance
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • SNAP prescreening
  • And much more

Call 211

Operates 7:00 am to 10pm, 7 days a week

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County of Maui Recovery Permit Center

A vital resource for those who are looking to rebuild in fire-affected areas in Lahaina and Kula as they navigate the permitting process and take the next step toward returning home.

County of Maui Service Center
110 Alaihi St., Suite 207
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Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

NEW Disaster Recovery Center at the Hyatt

Survivors can meet with federal support staff, including language interpreters, and community organizations.

  • Focused on processing federal assistance and loan applications for affected survivors.
  • Further, assistance in providing housing options to eligible FEMA applicants through FEMA housing programs.
  • Provide mitigation advice and recommendations to the survivors by FEMA mitigation staff.
  • Occasionally, a community service agency may visit to provide outreach to the Hyatt Regency survivors.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa
200 Nohea Kai Drive
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Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sundays: Closed

NEW State of Hawai‘i Community Resources Center

Get access to State, County and community service agencies

  • Re-Entry passes; Residents may pick up and PPE at the Community Resource Center.
  • Right of Entry processing;
  • PPE issuance
  • Housing options to non-eligible FEMA applicants through State Rental Assistance Program (State, GEM, CNHA)
  • SNAP (Maui Aids Foundation), Quest (IMUA Family Services), medical and dental programs (Kaiser Permanente).
  • Other agencies will be providing services as needed, i.e. Legal Aid Society of Maui County, United Policyholders, etc.

Royal Lahaina Resort and Bungalows
2780 Keka‘a Drive
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Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 am - 4 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 2 pm

CNHA's Kāko‘o Maui Relief & Aid Services Center

Phone: 808-204-2722
Email: kakoomaui@hawaiiancouncil.org
Open: Monday-Friday at 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Maui Mall
153 E Kamehameha Ave, Kahului, HI 96732
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Business Resource Assessment Center

Open: Monday - Friday at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Maui Research Technology Center (MRTC)
590 Lipoa Parkway, Building #A, Suite 202
Kihei, HI 96753
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Business Recovery Center

Open: Monday - Friday at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Maui Research Technology Center (MRTC)
590 Lipoa Parkway, Building #A, Suite 119 (Conference Rm.)
Kihei, HI 96753
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Find long term case management support

To be assisted with long term case management and to get referrals to services and resources from the Hawai‘i Department of Human Services' (DHS) Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP), survivors of the Maui wildfires should call '211' or email DHSDCMP@dhs.hawaii.gov to access the waitlist.

The DCMP program will offer services to all survivors who are impacted by the Maui wildfires, regardless of their FEMA eligibility or application status. The DHS is rapidly scaling the DCMP and has instituted a waitlist triage and care navigation system to connect with survivors, determine eligibility for the program, and onboard them as quickly as possible.

To join the disaster case management program:
1. Call ‘211’ and press '4'. Ask for an interpreter, if you need it.
2. OR email DHSDCMP@dhs.hawaii.gov. 
3. Give your information, and you're signed up.

A survivor should contact 211 to begin the process and request follow up from a DCMP team member to conduct an intake discussion. Next, a triage intake specialist will reach out to the survivor to determine eligibility and add them to the DCMP waitlist. A triage outreach and care navigation specialist will then serve as a guide to the survivor, answering questions, navigating resources, and providing updates, during the time the survivors are on the waitlist.

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