For Maui Wildfire survivors: Stay updated at Maui Recovers for Official announcements

Industry Assistance



Apply for emergency financial assistance from USDA Farm Service Agency Wildfire Recovery Programs

Has your agricultural operation been impacted by wildfire?

USDA offers programs that can help with wildfire recovery, as well as those that can help you manage risk on your operation.

Click here to see the USDA Wildfire Disaster Recovery assistance programs:

• The Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees, and Farm-Raised Fish Program (ELAP) provides emergency assistance to eligible producers of livestock, honeybees and farm-raised fish. It covers losses due to an eligible adverse weather or loss conditions as well as expenses associated with transportation of water and feed to livestock. ELAP is not eligible on federally managed lands.

• The Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program provides financial assistance to producers of non-insurable crops to protect against natural disasters that result in lower yields or crop losses or prevents crop planting. Producers must have obtained NAP coverage for the crop year in which the loss occurs.

• The Tree Assistance Program provides cost-share assistance to replant or rehabilitate trees, bushes or vines lost during the natural disaster.
This program provides assistance for trees, bushes or vines not covered by the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program or crop insurance.

•The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP) provides benefits to livestock owners and contract growers who experience livestock deaths in excess of normal mortality caused by specific adverse weather, disease, or animal attacks.

• The Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) provides benefits for grazing losses due to wildfire. LFP benefits may also be available for loss of grazing acres due to wildfires on federally managed lands on which a producer is prohibited, by a federal agency, from grazing normally permitted livestock.

Emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres allows producers to graze livestock on lands enrolled in CRP, except for during primary nesting season.

• Livestock producers who have approved applications through the 2021 Livestock Forage Disaster Program for forage losses due to severe drought or wildfire will soon begin receiving emergency relief payments to compensate for increases in supplemental feed costs through the Farm Service Agency’s Emergency Livestock Relief Program (ELRP).

• The Emergency Conservation Program and Emergency Forest Restoration Program provide financial and technical assistance to restore conservation practices like fencing, damaged farmland or forests.

• he Environmental Quality Incentives Program provides financial and technical assistance to implement conservation practices. Common practices to help recover from wildfire include installing erosion control measures, planting trees, thinning and removing damaged trees and reseeding and replanting riparian areas.

• The Emergency Watershed Protection Program– with recovery and floodplain easement options – provides personalized advice and financial assistance to relieve imminent threats to life and property caused by floods, fires, windstorms, and other natural disasters that impair a watershed.

Farm Loans: USDA offers a variety of direct and guaranteed loans, including operating and emergency loans to eligible producers unable to secure commercial financing. Loans can help producers replace essential property, purchase inputs like livestock, equipment, feed and seed, cover family living expenses or refinance farm-related debts and other needs.

Learn about general eligibility for USDA’s disaster assistance programs: Disaster-Assistance-at-a-Glance Fact Sheet

For more information on USDA programs and how they can support, please contact the following or visit the Kahului Service Center at the address listed below.  

Kahului Service Center
77 Hookele Street, 2nd Floor Kahului, HI  96732

Mr. Gerald Gregory
Natural Resources Conservation Service

(808) 214-1747

Ms. Nenita Acob
Rural Development
(808) 871-5500 ext. 4

Free OSHA, HAZMAT, and HAZWOPER Certification Classes for Maui Residents via the Hawaiian Trades Academy - Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement

The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is launching a comprehensive workforce development program to provide Maui residents with OSHA construction, HAZMAT, and HAZWOPER certifications.

This program seeks to equip local Maui residents with the necessary skills, training, and certifications that are necessary to actively participate in recovery efforts and good paying jobs, ensuring safety, efficiency, and long-term community resilience. Future additional training in the construction and transportation fields will also be made available. Additional classes, including Commercial Drivers Licensing (CDL), will soon be announced.

Classes will begin September 15, 2023 and are free for all Maui residents. Class schedules and times TBA.

If you are interested in these classes, please sign up using the Work Training Form here to help us identify the community's immediate workforce needs and interest.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a Work Training Sign-Up Form to sign up for upcoming classes and to receive announcements about future programs. A formal application will be opened for enrollment at a later time. Mahalo.

In response to community concerns about keeping jobs in Hawai‘i for local businesses and workers, the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement has pivoted its Hawaiian Trades Academy to focus on workforce development with the launch of its Maui Workforce Development Program.

For more information, email or call (808) 204-2722.


USDA Maui County Farm Service Agency Emergency Conservation Program

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that Maui County is accepting applications for the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) to address damages from wildfires and high winds. ECP signup is open now and will end on October 17, 2023.

The approved ECP practices under this authorization include debris removal to address wildfire and high winds damage to eligible farmland, livestock fences and conservation structures and installations.

ECP assists producers with the recovery cost to restore the farmland to pre-disaster conditions. Approved ECP applicants may receive up to 75 percent of the cost of approved restoration activity. Limited resource, socially disadvantaged and beginning farmers and ranchers may receive up to 90 percent cost-share.

Producers with damage from such events must apply for assistance prior to beginning reconstructive work. FSA’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and environmental compliance review process is required to be completed before any actions are taken. Submitting an application after reconstructive work has been completed may not qualify for ECP.

FSA county committees will evaluate applications based on an on-site inspection of the damaged land, taking into consideration the type and extent of the damage. An on-site inspection does not guarantee that cost-share funding will be provided.

The 2018 Farm Bill increased the payment limitation for ECP to $500,000 per disaster. The use of ECP funds is limited to activities to return the land to the relative pre-disaster condition. Conservation concerns that were present on the land prior to the disaster are not eligible for ECP assistance.

For more information on ECP, please contact the Maui County FSA office at 808-871-5500 ext. 2 or visit

For more information on government response and available resources visit and

Contact Farm Service Agency: 

Mr. James Robello
Farm Service Agency
County Executive Director

Mr. Darrin Vander Plas
Farm Service Agency
Manager, Farm Loan Programs


Apply for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and Temporary Assistance for Other Needy Families (TAONF) with the Hawaii Dept. of Human Services - Benefit, Employment & Support Services

Financial Assistance Benefits for Families with Children

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a federal and state funded grant program run by the Department of Human Services (DHS), Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division (BESSD). The program was first implemented in 1997 as the result of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families or TANF Program is a federal funded block grant program.  A primary eligibility requirement to receive TANF funds is U.S. citizenship. TANF funding is limited to U.S. citizens, single or two-parent households with minor dependent children. These program requirements are in accordance with the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) (Welfare Reform).  Prior to Welfare Reform, the Aid for Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) did not distinguish between citizen or non-citizen or single or two-parent households.

There are four (4) TANF purposes:

TANF Purpose 1: “To provide assistance to needy families so that children may be cared for in their own homes or in the homes of relatives.”

• Direct cash assistance payments to families • Self-sufficiency program • Income disregard • Financial counseling
All programs are subject to established eligibility criteria that will be explained to you by a DHS worker.

TANF Purpose 2: “To end the dependence of parents on government assistance benefits by promoting job preparation, work and marriage.”

TANF applicants and recipients are referred to the Department’s First-To-Work (FTW) program to prepare for financial independence. An assigned FTW case manager will help you reach your employment goal with any of the following activities and supportive services:

• Job search and job preparedness • Subsidized / Unsubsidized employment • Preparation for GED or high school equivalency • Job skills training • On-the-job training
• Domestic violence advocacy services • Ongoing counseling and supportt • Supportive services: • Child care subsidies • Transportation assistancet • Work- and education-related expenses

TANF Purpose 3: “To prevent and reduce out-of-wedlock pregnancies.”

DHS has partnered with a variety of community-based agencies to provide Hawaii families with programs designed to help prevent teen and out-of-wedlock pregnancies. These programs include:

• After-school programs • Youth abstinence and pregnancy prevention programs • Positive youth development programs • Youth mentoring services

TANF Purpose 4: “To encourage the formation and maintenance of two-parent families.”

Programs provided by DHS and community-based agencies that teach the skills necessary to build strong families. Services include:
• Fatherhood services • Family strengthening programs • Marriage / Couples counseling • Parenting skills • Home-based parenting and family counseling


You may apply for TANF financial assistance benefits at a DHS Processing Center. For a list of centers, please visit the DHS website here. Maui County processing Centers are: 

Maui Processing Center
State Building
54 High St. #125
Wailuku, HI 96793
Fax: 808-984-8333

Lunalilo BuildingLobby remains closed until further notice
35 Lunalilo St., Suite 300
Wailuku, HI 96793
Fax: 808-243-5114

To reach our Statewide Branch Support Desk, please dial toll free: 1-855-643-1643. You may also call the Public Assistance Information Line at 1-855-643-1643.

You may apply for assistance online through the Public Assistance Information System (PAIS) here.

Get individual disability assistance from the Hawaii Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

State VR programs provide VR services for individuals with disabilities, consistent with their strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, interests, and informed choice, so that they may prepare for and engage in competitive integrated employment or supported employment and achieve economic self-sufficiency.

  • The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) provides services to Hawai’i community members who experience barriers to employment due to a physical or cognitive disability.
  • Designed to assist job seekers with disabilities prepare, secure, and retain competitive employment in an integrated work setting.
  • Furnishes the finest resources and opportunities for training, support, and career placement. Productive partnerships with other state agencies, private non-profits, and employers pave the way for our consumers to find successful employment with the reality of competitive wages.

Under the WIOA, DVR has embraced initiatives to invest in the skills of students with disabilities along with their families, as well as disenfranchised youth, as they access opportunities to become self-sufficient adults in tomorrow’s workforce. DVR remains committed to partnering with Hawai‘i’s employers to reinforce networks of support so participants can achieve their hopes and aspirations for meaningful employment and thrive as active citizens in our community.

DVR’s offices on Hawai‘i Island, Maui, Moloka‘i, O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, are accessible statewide within our communities in order to meet the needs of those individuals seeking our services.

Dept. of Human Services' Benefit, Employment & Support Services Public Assistance Information Line (PAIS)

Have you been impacted by the wildfires on Maui? Call the Public Assistance Information Line (PAIS), a nation-wide toll-free number (1-855-643-1643) available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for information on their programs.

BESSD is the largest division in the Department of Human Services. Staff and administrators provide a continuum of services, through nine programs that serve different populations, aimed at providing clients with monthly benefits to assist them with such essentials as food, shelter, and child care, as well as employment support and work-training and dependency diversion and prevention.  

The PAIS website is accessible 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. They both provide basic information on a variety of assistance programs offered through the Department of Human Services:

For a step-by-step guide to accessing PAIS, read this informational brochure.

Department of Human Services Public Assistance Information System includes many services:

For information about the Department of Human Services, please visit:
State of Hawaii Department of Human Services

For information about DHS Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division (BESSD) including SNAP and Financial Assistance, please visit:
State of Hawaii Department of Human Services, Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division Website

For information about DHS Medical Assistance Programs, also called QUEST Integration, Fee-for-Service, Long Term Care, please visit:
State of Hawaii Department of Human Services, Med-QUEST Division Website


Get Rancher and Farmers Support from Hawaii Cattlement's Council, Inc and the Hawaii Rangeland Stewardship Foundation

Hawaii Rangeland Stewardship Foundation will be using their Hawaiʻi Wildfire Agricultural and Rancher Relief Fund to:

  • Direct assistance for affected ranchers and farmers
  • Securing feed and other resources for livestock
  • Distributing beef to displaced families
  • Agricultural restoration

The Hawaii Cattlemen's Council is collecting data on impacts from the August 2023 fires on Maui and Hawaii Island. Please share as much information as you can so that we can advocate for recovery funding through supporting nonprofits and government agencies.

We understand that you may not have been able to fully assess your situation yet. If that is the case, any information you have right now will be helpful and we can gather details later when you have it.

Please fill out this form if you are a rancher or farmer that needs assistance.

The Hawaii Rangeland Stewardship Foundation's mission is to perpetuate sound stewardship of Hawaii's rangelands through advocacy and education.


Get Technical Financial Recovery Disaster Assistance from Project Restore HOPE Maui – Operation HOPE

HOPE Inside Disaster strengthens and aids recovery efforts by assisting individuals and business owners with the short-, medium-, and long-term economic and financial challenges they face following disasters and emergencies.

Operation HOPE is committed to supporting the relief efforts in Maui by supporting individuals, families and businesses affected by the Maui wildfires through Project Restore Hope Maui.

They are mobilizing certified coaches to guide victims of this disaster through the complex application process for post-disaster federal relief and insurance claims.

Read more about Operation HOPE's Disaster Recovery Services:

• FEMA applications and appeals
• Small business recovery / SBA Loans
• Obtaining copies of destroyed documents
• Insurance claims assistance and appeals
• Managing mortgage payments on damaged houses
• Assistance negotiating and working with your creditors
• Financial counseling
• Diaster recovery budget
• Home inspections and repair contracts
• Foreclosure prevention

If you are small business owner or individual in need of our financial disaster recover services, please register using the link below, and a member of HOPE team will contact you. Get Help from Operation Hope Now

Operation HOPE does not provide direct financial aid. However, their team will work diligently with you to obtain the resources and financial help you need to facilitate your recovery.

You can also contact by calling the HOPE Coalition America hotline at 888-388-HOPE to a certified financial disaster specialist. ‍

If you have just experienced a natural disaster or are in need of immediate shelter, food, clothing or medical care, please reach out to your local American Red Cross chapter and your local authorities who should be able to direct you on how to get immediate assistance.

Find your Red Cross chapter

If you are engaged in supporting the current needs of Hawaii, as they recover from the recent fire storm, please consider joining the Coalition of the Willing, and make a commitment to provide resources, technical support or mentorship.


Get donations, get help with disaster application paperwork, and job workforce services from Goodwill's Hawaii's Emergency Response Centers & Voucher Programs

As the situation and needs of the impacted Hawaii community are ever-evolving, Goodwill Hawaii is committed to aiding in the immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts in ways that are consistent with our core mission: to uplift people through the power of work.

These are some of the ways that Goodwill is currently supporting those who’ve been displaced from their homes and/or their jobs:

We will be distributing $100 vouchers in emergency vouchers for impacted residents to redeem for clothing and household goods at any Goodwill Store in Hawaii. The vouchers will be distributed to fire victims thru the nonprofit’s outreach at its emergency response centers on Maui, Oahu, and Hawaii Island and in partnership with other government and nonprofit partners. On Maui, vouchers available at Goodwill office at 250 Alamaha St., Suite N16b, Monday-Friday, 8 am - 4 pm.

Goodwill has set up Emergency Response Centers at five program offices statewide to support those who’ve been impacted with applying for resources and aid including: unemployment benefits, FEMA disaster assistance, food stamps, and emergency housing relief. We can also provide free job training, education and placement support if you’ve lost your job.

To contact us or to schedule an appointment at an emergency shelter, please call (808) 442-8914 or email For more information, visit

A Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) replacement benefit is available for recipients who experienced loss of food as a result of the recent wildfires. To apply for SNAP replacement benefits, please visit the Processing Center in your area or call (808) 873-3972

Visit any of your local Goodwill today for these free services for victims of the Maui fires: KAHULUI • BERETANIA • KAPOLEI • HILO • KONA

KAHULUI ADDRESS: 250 Alamaha Street, Kahului, Suite N16B, HI 96732

SEE HAWAII WORK: Phone: (808) 442-8913


OLA I KA HANA FOR YOUTH: Phone: (808) 442-8914 ext.2311


Maui Fire, Flood and Disaster Facebook Relief Group

OFFER support or post a NEED for support or services in this local community disaster relief Facebook page. The purpose of this group is where we can have a "go to" hub to locally exchange information of supplies/help *needed* and services and help we can *offer* due to disasters on Maui.

This group will only help with YOUR help. Please SHARE this group. Invite people. Etc. Let's help our friends and families get their lives back!

✔️1. If you have something to *OFFER* (manpower, supplies, services, clean up, food, transportation, housing, etc) please start your post in ALL CAPS saying *OFFER*

✔️2. If you are in *NEED* of something (specific supplies, manpower, services, food, transportation, housing, etc) please start your post in ALL CAPS saying *NEED*.

✔️3. If you have an announcement of volunteer opportunities, meetings, new developments on Maui regarding the fire, legit donation websites, etc. Please start your post in ALL CAPS saying *ANNOUNCEMENT*

PLEASE try to keep to these categories so we can use this group to be as effective and helpful as possible

Please keep in mind whenever DONATING to ANY cause, please only donate items in clean, unstained, smell free and working conditions. It is disrespectful to think that anyone would want stained, smelly or broken items.

USDA Agencies Support

USDA offers a variety of programs to help farmers, ranchers, communities, and businesses that have been hard hit by natural disaster events. Below you’ll find available FSA programs; visit for additional USDA programs that can help agricultural producers recover.

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) offers numerous disaster assistance programs to cover crop and livestock losses, address farmland damage, and cover production and physical losses. For more information, individuals should visit the FSA’s Disaster Assistance Programs webpage and use FSA’s Disaster Assistance Discovery Tool to see which programs may be most relevant to their needs.

USDA's Disaster Assistance Programs include:

Livestock Assistance:

• Learn more about the Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) – View and download the 2023 LFP Fact Sheet

• Learn more about the Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP)

• Learn more about the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees, and Farm-Raised Fish (ELAP)

Farmland Damage Programs:

• Learn more about the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) Learn more about the ECP

• Learn more about the Emergency Forest Restoration Program (EFRP) Learn more about the EFRP

Crop Losses Programs:

• Learn more about the Noninsured Disaster Assistance Program Learn more about the NAP

• Learn more about the Tree Assistance Program Learn more about the TAP

The National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) operates the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) to help producers plan and implement conservation practices on land impacted by natural disasters.

USDA Rural Development can also support homeowners, businesses, and communities in recovering and rebuilding, especially in providing long-term support through repairing homes, essential community facilities, and rural water systems. For more information, individuals can review Rural Development’s disaster toolkit.

For more information on USDA programs and how they can support, please contact the following or visit the Kahului Service Center at the address listed below.


Attend adult education classes and workforce development programs at McKinley Community School for Adults

Adult Education emphasizes life-long learning and programs that are designed to accommodate the interests and changing needs of individuals.  We strive to build the skills for adults to make themselves, their families, and communities better.

  • Services for adults and youth 18+
  • Attain GED
  • Workforce Development Diploma
  • Substitute Teacher Courses,
  • Paraprofessional Testing and other DOE certifications
  • Basic skills or English language classes

Due to the recent fire on the Maui property, there are no in-person programs on site until further notice.  We hope to have a resolution shortly.
Please reach us at 808-830-0414 or 808-830-0415 for service. you may also text an inquiry to those numbers. We can be contacted via phone from 7:30am-4:00pm.

The Maui Campus offers the following programs that are designed to accommodate the interests and changing needs of the adult learner.

  • English Language Learners
  • Adult Basic Education
  • Adult School Diploma Programs (GED/HiSET)
  • Workforce Development Diploma Program(WDD)

You can also email staff at,,

  • Moloka`i Students should contact Miss Geneva at to setup initial E-CASAS assessment.
  • Lana`i students should contact David McHugh at 649-9292.
  • Hana students should contact us at 873-3082.  
  • Minors need to properly approved with a 4140 before withdrawing from their home high school.  Please call at 808-873-3082 if you have ore questions.  

Community Services Block Grants (CSBG)

Participants are referred to Maui Economic Opportunity for services because this is not a stand-alone service. Collaborates with the Maui Homeless Alliance and other social service agencies to maximize existing funding Advocates for affordable housing initiatives and projects and maintains the County Rental Assistance Program to provide

  • Rental assistance like security deposits to stabilize conditions for people in financial emergency eviction, homelessness, and back payments on utilities (low-income energy assistance program)
  • Provides assistance through the Legal Services program that provides legal assistance for low-income seniors sixty and older.
  • Referrals to Paratransit services and works to identify and eliminate barriers for disabled riders

Each County in Hawaii has one Community Action Agency responsible for providing these services.  Under CSBG, these four agencies complete a Community Needs Assessment every three years, which then aids in the development of their respective Strategic Plan.  They individualize services and programs based on the needs specific in their respective County.    A few programs run by the CAAs include employment training and services, drop out prevention, underage drinking prevention programs, transportation and food services, and housing assistance.  Listed below are the four agencies along with their respective Community Needs Assessment and Community Action Plan:

All services and programs are free for eligible participants. These programs aim to reduce poverty, revitalize low-income communities, and empower low-income families and individuals to become fully self-sufficient through community action.

Beware of CSBG scams. CSBG does not provide direct grants to individuals. CSBG does not charge a fee for receiving a grant. If you receive a message offering you a CSBG grant or requesting a fee, please contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Fraud Hotline at 1-800-447-8477.


Get FREE academic, leadership, workforce training and tools to help you find a job and for healthy living – Goodwill Hawaiiʻs WIOA Youth Program, "Ola I Ka Hana"

Get FREE training and tools to help you find a job

Goodwill Hawaii’s Ola I Ka Hana program equips youth with the skills to achieve their academic, employment, and healthy living goals. In a non-traditional classroom setting, youth will acquire the skills necessary to prepare themselves for a successful future. Our individual and group sessions maximize and customize the learning process to each individual learning style. Community service projects provide youth with hands-on experience that develops decision-making skills to help them successfully transition into adulthood. Services are individualized based on the youth and their family input. The frequency of services is determined by individual needs.

You’ll find help with:
• Find entry-level work experience
• Build skills to obtain a High School Equivalency or GED
• Develop leadership skills
• Explore post-secondary education opportunities
• Live a healthier and more positive lifestyle

Connect with Maui American Job Fair at 808-270-5777
Discover more details about our program on the informational flyer: Ola I Ka Hana

SERVICES ARE FREE. WALK-INS WELCOME! Services are at no charge to anyone 18 years or older who meet current eligibility criteria. Call your local American Job Center for details.

WE ARE OPEN! Monday - Friday 7:45 am - 4:30 pm

Call to schedule an appointment. Contact us by island for more info on how we can help you achieve your goals: OAHU • BIG ISLAND • MAUI • KAUAI

Learn more at Goodwill Hawaii's Career Services webpage.

1075 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: (808) 792-8587 • Fax: (808) 690-9807

MAUI American Job Center Hawaii
110 Ala’ihi St. Ste. 209 Kahului, HI 96732
Phone: (808) 270-5543 • Fax: (808) 443-5831

250 Alamaha St. Ste. N16B, Kahului, HI 96732
Phone: (808) 442-8914x2311 • Fax: (808) 443-5831

500 Kalanianaole Ave. Ste. 3, Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (808) 443-5865 • Fax: (808) 443-5831 74-5599

Luhia St. #F-4, Luhia Center II, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Phone: (808) 443-5865 • Fax: (808) 443-5831

MEO & National Farmworker Job Training Program (NFJP)

Have you worked on a farm or ranch for 30 days and/or earned at least $800 within the last two years?

If so, you might be eligible for the National Farmworker Jobs Program. NFJP is a job training and employment assistance program for farmworkers and their families. Our Case Managers provide assistance in finding employment, job training, educational opportunities and support services.

This assistance is offered at no cost to the participants.

How does the National Farmworker Job Training Program work? 

Program participants have confidential, direct relationships with staff. We are ready to help you grow and thrive! Call or email us today!

Dee Kahuhu - Program Manager p) 808-243-4368 e)

Suzette Bacarro - Case Manager p) 808-243-4369 e)

Uilani Ah Chan - Case Manager p) 808-243-4370 e)

To learn more, see the Farmworker Benefits and Farm Benefits flyer.

To apply to the NFJP, fill out this MEO application.

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