Helping Families Help Themselves
Certified Parent Support Providers (CPSP)
HFAA is home to the only Certified Parent Support Providers (CPSP) in the State of Hawaii. We are the Statewide Chapter of the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health, a national organization of families dedicated to moving systems service change forward.
Our Parent Partners
If your child seems emotionally or behaviorally 'different'...we can HELP! Our Parent Partners are highly qualified - using their unique 'lived experience' to work with families to get them the help and resources they need. We support families best, because we understand - we're Parents too!
In the News
Hawaii Passes Autism Insurance Reform!
The Hawaii legislature passed a landmark autism insurance reform bill during the 2015 legislative session. The legislation, which received overwhelming support, now heads to Governor David Ige for signature. If signed, Hawaii would join 41 other states guaranteeing insurance coverage for those with autism.
SB 791, sponsored by Senator Josh Green (D-Kohala/Kona), would require state-regulated insurance plans to cover medically necessary treatment for autism including behavioral health treatment, psychiatric, psychological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic care. The legislation also requires plans to cover applied behavior analysis (ABA) with a maximum of $25,000 per year through 13 years of age. Read more here: https://www.autismspeaks.org/advocacy/advocacy-news/hawaii-passes-autism-insurance-reform-0
Children's Mental Health Awareness Week 2016
Hawaii Families As Allies celebrated the National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day as we always have - by supporting sign waving for awareness in Honolulu. For the past 15+ years, HFAA has brought awareness to our communities by planning and participating in different community events throughout the state. This year, we supported the national theme entitled "Finding Help. Finding Hope." Here are some key messages about Children's Mental Health Awareness:
HFAA is here to help support families along their journey. Contact us today at (808) 797-4050 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!