Provider Details

Department of Human Services - Adult Protective and Community Services - Maui

Address: (See Map)

1773 B Wili Pa Loop
Wailuku, HI 96793

Contact Information:

Phone: (808) 243-5151
Website: http://www.humanservices.hawaii.gov/
Email: sseto@dhs.hawaii.gov

Organization Contacts

April Rego
Phone: (808) 243-5125
Email: arego@dhs.hawaii.gov

Scott Seto
Phone: (808) 243-5120
Email: sseto@dhs.hawaii.gov

Kelli Gima
Phone: (808) 565-7104
Email: kgima@dhs.hawaii.gov

Cornelius Patrick
Phone: (808) 243-5126
Email: cpatrick@dhs.hawaii.gov

Roxanne DeVries
Phone: (808) 243-5128
Email: rdevries@dhs.hawaii.gov

Kristine Shimogawa
Phone: (808) 832-5184
Email: kshimogawa@dhs.hawaii.gov

Larry Camit
Phone: (808) 243-5122
Email: lcamit@dhs.hawaii.gov

Meaghen Figeroa
Phone: (808) 243-5150
Email: mfigeroa@dhs.hawaii.gov

Description:

The Adult Protective and Community Services Branch (APCSB) provides protective services for vulnerable adults and home and community-based services to prevent premature institutionalization of clients.

Adult Protective Services is a crisis intervention program to investigate and provide emergency services to vulnerable adults who are reported to be abused, neglected or financially exploited by others or seriously endangered due to self-neglect. A vulnerable adult is a person eighteen years of age or older, who because of mental, developmental, or physical impairment, is unable to communicate or make responsible decisions to manage the person’s own care or resources, carry out or arrange for essential activities of daily living, or protect oneself from abuse. Adult abuse reporting contact phone number is (808) 832-5115.

The Chore Services Program provides essential housekeeping services to enable eligible adults to remain in the community. Chore services are available statewide. Services may include housecleaning, laundering, shopping, and meal preparation. To receive services, an individual must be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), financial or Medicaid assistance from the Department, and must meet other program requirements. Individuals receiving services from Medicaid’s Health Plans (aged, blind, or disabled) are not eligible for this service. Services may be provided without regard to income in adult protective service situations.

The Adult Foster Care Program provides placement and case management services to eligible clients in licensed adult residential care homes. To receive adult foster care services, an individual must be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), financial or Medicaid assistance from the Department.

Respite Companion Program is a part-time employment and training program enrolls eligible low-income seniors to serve frail homebound elders on Oahu. Services include limited in-home personal care, other support services, and respite to caregivers. To be a Respite Companion, an individual must be at least 55 years of age, physically able to work 19 hours per week, and meet income and other program requirements. To receive Respite Companion services, an individual or family must meet program related requirements. To become a companion, apply for services, or for more information about this program, call the Respite Companion Program office on Oahu at (808) 832-5236 and 832-5235.

Foster Grandparent Program is a volunteer program that recruits eligible low-income seniors statewide to assist children with special and exceptional needs in child-care and school settings. To be a foster grandparent, an individual must be at least 55 years of age, commit to volunteering a minimum of 15 hours per week, and meet income and other program requirements. Foster Grandparent volunteers in return receive a nontaxable stipend, meal allowance, travel reimbursement, and paid vacation and sick leave. To receive the services of a foster grandparent, a child must be 21 years old or younger (persons with developmental disabilities who meet specific criteria may continue to receive services beyond their 21st birthday), have special or exceptional needs, and meet other program requirements. To become a foster grandparent, apply for services, or for more information about this program, call the Foster Grandparent Program office on Oahu at (808) 832-5169.

Transportation Assistance for Resident Aliens and Naturalized Citizens provides help to residents of the state who are 60 years of age or older and an alien or naturalized citizen to return to their homelands outside of the United States. To receive this service, an individual must be eligible for financial assistance from the Department or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and must meet other program related requirements.

Senior Companion Program is a part-time volunteer program that enrolls eligible low-income seniors statewide to provide in-home companionship and limited personal care to frail elders and respite to caregivers. To apply to be a Senior Companion, an individual must be at least 55 years of age, physically able to volunteer 20 hours per week, and meet income and other program requirements. To receive Senior Companion Services, an individual or family must meet program related requirements. To become a companion, apply for services, or for more information about this program, call the Senior Companion Program office on Oahu at (808) 832-0340.

Courtesy Services provides direct services at the request of an individual or other social service agency when there are no other resources available. Services are limited to answering out-of-state and other inquiries about persons known to the Department; social assessments at the request of out-of-state agencies; determining appropriateness for domiciliary care placement; and repatriation for U.S. citizens and dependents. To receive these services, an individual must meet specific financial and program related requirements.

Service Categories

Abuse/Neglect, Adult Foster Care, Chore, Foster Grandparent Program, Information and Assistance Resource, Respite Care, Senior Companion

Geographic Areas Served

  • Counties Maui
  • Regions ADRCMaui
  • Municipalities Island of Lanai, Island of Maui, Island of Molokai

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM
  • Thursday: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM
  • Friday: 7:45 AM-4:30 PM

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Last Update Date: 03/04/2020

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