If you or someone you know is in need of help, please call our 24-Hour Emergency Hotline at # (808) 579-9581, If it’s an emergency call 911.
Getting out of an abusive or violent relationship isn’t easy. Maybe you’re still hoping that things will change or you’re afraid of what your partner will do if he discovers you’re trying to leave. Whatever your reasons, you probably feel trapped and helpless. But help is available. There are many resources available for abused and battered women, including crisis hotlines, shelters—even job training, legal services, and childcare. You deserve to live free of fear. Start by reaching out.
24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline
Our 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline provides crisis intervention, safety planning, shelter placement, and information & referral to more than 2,500 callers each year. We work closely with community providers to ensure that callers are connected to resources that can meet their needs.
24 Hour Emergency Hotline # (808) 579-9581.
Women Helping Women offers a 24-hour Emergency Domestic Shelter for women and children fleeing and needing immediate safety from danger.
A domestic violence shelter or women’s shelter is a house/building where abused and battered women can go to seek refuge from their abusers. The location of the shelter is kept confidential in order to keep your abuser from finding you.
Our domestic violence shelter has room for both mothers and their children, and women without children. The shelter will provide for all your basic living needs, including food. The length of time you can stay at the shelter is limited, but our shelter or our Transitions Program may also help you find a permanent home, job, and other things you need to start a new life. The shelter will also be able to refer residents to other services for abused and battered women in the community, including:
• Legal help
• Support groups
• Services for your children
• Employment programs
• Health-related services
• Educational opportunities
• Financial assistance