• Tennis Tournament

    Tennis Tournament

    We are raising funds to assist our agency to support and expand our child development programs which includes children through age three with disabilities, homeless youth, and children in foster care.

  • Fatherhood:  Mens' Greatest Calling

    Fatherhood: Mens' Greatest Calling

    OUR MISSION For every father on the big island to have a productive and positive relationship with his children because FATHERS MATTER.

  • Youth Development

    Youth Development

    Youth Development Programs are designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment along with access to opportunities, experiences and services for youth participants and their families. The success of our program lies in the commitment and continued participation of the youth.

  • Early Head Start

    Early Head Start

    Early Head Start provides comprehensive services to prenatal moms and babies, birth to three years old in North and South Kona, Ka’u, Waikoloa, North and South Kohala, Kamuela and Honoka’a. We offer home visiting services to 75 families and operate two licensed infant-toddler centers, one on the campus of Kealakehe High School for parenting teens and one in Kealakekua at the Greenwell Family Development Center.

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Inspiration

Through strategic partnerships and collaborative work, Family Support Hawaii is achieving measurable results toward making our community better educated, safer, and healthier for our Keiki and their families. We serve as the bridge that offers families tools and hope...

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Early Head Start

Early Head Start provides a rich variety of learning opportunities andexperiences to infants and toddlers which support them on their journey towards school readiness. We believe that children are born ready to learn. We at Family Support Hawaii’s Early Head...

Ray Clough clowns around with his 11-year-old daughter, Mira, at the Family Support Hawaii's Fatherhood Initiative's annual Celebration of Fatherhood at the Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center on June 7. Laura Shimabuku/Special to West Hawaii Today

A Hand for Dad

By Bret YagerWest Hawaii Todaybyager@westhawaiitoday.com As a fatherhood coach, Earl Betts has spent a lot of his energy trying to heal damaged relationships between men and their offspring and wives. “Sometimes we leave, sometimes we get pushed out, but...