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Partners

Hawai‘i PFS Project Partners

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE DIVISION
Hawai
'i State Department of Health
601 Kamokila Blvd., Room 360
Kapolei, HI 96707
https://health.hawaii.gov/substance-abuse/
PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUCCESS PROJECT (PFS)
Cheryl Labuguen, Acting Prevention Branch Manager
Virginia Jackson, Project Coordinator
Email: virginialee.jackson@doh.hawaii.gov
OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH STUDIES
University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
1960 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822
HI-PFS PROJECT EPIDEMIOLOGY TEAM /STATE
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL OUTCOMES WORKGROUP (SEOW)
Victoria Fan, ScD, Principal Investigator
Beobgwan (Bobby) Do, Research Associate
Email: bdo7@hawaii.edu
Constance Emory, Graduate Assistant
CENTER ON THE FAMILY
University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
2515 Campus Road, Miller Hall 103
Honolulu, HI 96822
HI-PFS PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT AND EVALUATION TEAM
Sarah Yuan, PhD, Principal Investigator
Sandé Flores, MPH, Project Coordinator
Email: sknitta@hawaii.edu

PFS County Coordination Teams

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES
City and County of Honolulu
715 S. King St. #311
Honolulu, HI 96813
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU COORDINATION TEAM
Leina'ala Nakamura, Administrator 
Lisa Blair, MSW, County Coordinator
OFFICE OF THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Hawai'i County
655 Kilauea Avenue
Hilo, HI 96720
COUNTY OF HAWAI‘I COORDINATION TEAM
Lisa Faulkner-Inouye, Program Manager 
Jan-Marie Osorio, CPS, Special Project Coordinator
Email: jan-marie.osorio@hawaiicounty.gov
MAYOR'S OFFICE
Kaua'i County
4444 Rice Street, Suite 235
Lihue, HI 96766
COUNTY OF KAUA‘I COORDINATION TEAM
Theresa Koki, Life's Choice Coordinator
Leialoha Sanchez, Prevention Specialist
Email: clbalocan@kauai.gov
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND HUMAN CONCERNS
Maui County
2200 Main Street, Suite 546
Wailuku, HI 96793
COUNTY OF MAUI COORDINATION TEAM
LoriAnn Tsuhako, Deputy Director
Curtis Jamison, MPH, Program Coordinator
Richard Collins, CPS, Program Contractor
Email: collinsconsultinghawaii@gmail.com

PFS Community Coalitions

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
91-1841 Fort Weaver Road 
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
HAWAI’I PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT UNDERAGE DRINKING COALITION
Amanda Pump, MS, CSAC, Director of O'ahu Programs
Celia Takahashi, Coalition Coordinator
HAWAI‘I PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE
850 Richards St. Suite 201
Honolulu, HI 96813
EAST HAWAI‘I DRUG-FREE COALITION
Richard Collins, CPS, Program Director
Email: collinsconsultinghawaii@gmail.com 
Jana Ortiz-Misiaszek, Coalition Coordinator
HAWAI‘I PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE
850 Richards St. Suite 201
Honolulu, HI 96813
HAWAI‘I ALLIANCE FOR DRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES (STATEWIDE)
Richard Collins, CPS, Program Director
Email: collinsconsultinghawaii@gmail.com 
Chelsea Gonzalez, Coalition Coordinator
HAWAI‘I PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE
850 Richards St. Suite 201
Honolulu, HI 96813
MAUI COALITION FOR DRUG-FREE YOUTH 
Richard Collins, CPS, Coaliton Director
Andrea Snow, Coalition Coordinator
Email: andrea@hiphi.org 
PARENTS AND CHILDREN TOGETHER
45-233 Kulauli Street, A-10 
Kaneohe, HI 96744
COMMUNITY WORKS IN 96744 COALITION
Kim Golis-Robello, Program Director
Angelique McHenry, Program Coordinator
Email: amchenry@pacthawaii.org 

Evidenced-Based Program Providers

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF BIG ISLAND
100 Kamakahonu Street
Hilo, HI 96720
POSITIVE ACTION PROGRAM
Richard Kohler, Chief Operating Officer
Jaci Parong, Grants and Quality Assurance Administrator
Email: jaci@bgcbi.org 

Hilo
Arthur Hoke, Hilo Site Coordinator               
Autumn K-aloha, Hilo Lead Youth Development Specialist

Keaau
Gabee Horttor, Keaau Site Coordinator        

Kealakehe
Krystal Paiva, Kealakehe Site Coordinator    
Roxanne Shupp, Kealakehe Lead Youth Development Specialist

MAUI YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES, INC.
P. O. Box 790006 
Paia, HI 96779
PROJECT VENTURE
Susan Pirsch, Clinical Director
Travis Fernandez, Prevention Program Coordinator
Email: travis.fernandez@myfs.org 
MAUI FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
1844 Wili Pa Loop
Wailuku, HI 96793

 

LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM
Edeluisa Baguio-Larena, Chief Executive Officer
Catherine (Momi) Medeiros, Youth Services Supervisor
Email: Momi@mfss.org

 

September 2020

Sep 10 Thu
Maui Opioid Series Part 1: The History of the Opioid Epidemic

This virtual training, "The History of the Opioid Epidemic," is part one of a four-part opioid series. This training will inform participants on the opioid timeline in the US and discuss events that led to the "perfect storm" that created the opioid epidemic. The training will present the burden of opioid use in the wider US, and will also present local data on opioid use in Hawai‘i.

Location

Zoom

Sep 16 Wed
Maui Opioid Series Part 2: Opioid Overdose Prevention & Response

This FREE virtual training, "Taking Action on Opioids," is part two of a four-part opioid training series.
This training will focus on ways communities can take action to address the opioid crisis. The training will discuss ways communities can collaborate across sectors to prevent and reduce the harmful consequences of opioid misuse in the community. The training will also discuss effective strategies to address the problem, and local networks and resources already available.

Location

Zoom

Sep 17 Thu
Maui Opioid Series Part 3: Taking Action on Opioids

This FREE virtual training, "Taking Action on Opioids," is part two of a four-part opioid training series.
This training will focus on ways communities can take action to address the opioid crisis. The training will discuss ways communities can collaborate across sectors to prevent and reduce the harmful consequences of opioid misuse in the community. The training will also discuss effective strategies to address the problem, and local networks and resources already available.

Location

Zoom

Sep 24 Thu
Maui Opioid Series Part 4: Non-Opioid Alternatives to Pain Management

This FREE virtual training, "Non-Opioid Alternatives to Pain Management" is part four of a four-part opioid training series.
This training will explore the various evidence-based non-opioid alternatives to pain management recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Most of the training will focus on non-pharmacological options for that have evidence to support their effectiveness at helping individuals manage pain. Participants will learn about the risks associated with the use of opioids for pain and identify alternative treatments supported by the CDC.

Location

Zoom