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Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services

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Resource: Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services

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Country of Origin: USA


Medical/Dental (Main Clinic) 1846 Gulick Ave., Honolulu, HI 96819  
Social & Youth Services at Kalihi Valley Homes 2243 Kalaunu St. (Kalihi Valley Homes), Honolulu, HI 96819
Medical Clinic at Kuhio Park Terrace Housing 1476 A-105 Linapuni St. (Kuhio Park Terrace Housing), Honolulu, HI 96819
Social & Youth Services at Hauiki Housing 1574 Meyers St. (Hauiki Housing), Honolulu, HI 96819

Telephone: (808) 848-0976



Email: Joris Watland, Executive Director jorywatland@worldnet.att.net
Brenda Mathias, Assistant Director mathias@aloha.net
David Derauf, M.D., Medical Director derauf@hawaii.edu
Valerie Yontz, Quality Assurance Officer vyontz@hawaii.edu
Michael Epp, Development Officer michaelepp@msn.com

Site Summary: 

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services offers many types of services including: medical, dental, prenatal, family planning, mental health, nutrition (WIC), STD/HIV health education, social and youth services, community development, outreach, eligibility, transportation, case management, and translation. Many of KKV employees are bilingual speaking providing translation services in twelve languages - Ilocano, Tagalog, Visayan, Samoan, Tongan, Burmese, Vietnamese, Laotian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and Micronesian.

Kokua Kalihi Valley offers services to anyone who lives in Kalihi Valley. Kokua Kalihi Valley's service area is defined by the boundaries of Koolau Mountain Range in the North, Fort Shafter Ridge to the West, Kalihi Moole Ridge, Kapalama Middle Range, and Kananaiki Palama Ridge to the East, and H1-Lunalilo Freeway as the southern boundary. Within this area, KKV serves three housing projects, Kalihi Valley Homes, Kuhio Park Terrace, and Hauiki.

Kalihi Valley has been designated as a Medically Under-served Area (MUA) and a Health Personnel Shortage Area (HPSA). KKV offers services to Kalihi Valley residents regardless of income. Service fees are based on a sliding fee scale. KKV receives funds from payments for clinical services, federal and state grants, and private donations.

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 Disability Association(s): All Disabilities

Internet Location: http://www.kokuakalihivalley.org/

Internet Resource Type: Web site

Resource Type: Community and Family Medical Services




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