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Maui Fire Relief Resources
We are here to help. 

It is a time of astronomical devastation, loss, and heartbreak. This tragedy calls for the community to come together and share resources to give us health and hope in the best way we can.

Please continue check back, as we will continue to add more services as we learn of them. 

If you do not see a resource listed please call us at 808.242.4900 and we will do our best to help.

If you would like to add a resource please send it to









  • Maui Family Assistance by MEMA has forms and database at Kahului Community Center: 275 Uhu Street, Kahului from 10am - 8pm:

  • Maui Community Missing Persons Google Spreadsheet, use caution: Google Sheet


MHA | Mental Health America - Hawaiian Islands

Disaster DIstress Helpline (DDH):  The DDH (call or text 1-800-985-5990; press “2” for Spanish) provides crisis counseling and support for anyone in the U.S. experiencing distress or other behavioral health concerns related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Calls, texts, and Videophone calls for Deaf or Hard of Hearing American Sign Language users are answered by a network of independently-operated crisis centers around the country, who provide psychological first aid, emotional support, crisis assessment and intervention, and referrals to local/state behavioral health services for follow-up care & support. The DDH is a program of the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) administered by Vibrant Emotional Health.

Hawai`i CARES:  If you are experiencing a mental health or substance use cris text, call, or chat the Hawai`i 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.

Additional Disaster Distress Resources

Disaster Distress Helpline regarding Wildfires

English Flyer - Disaster Distress Helpline

Spanish Flyer - Linea de Ayuda

American Sign Language - Disaster Distress Helpline

Additional mental health resources available at No Shame Get Help

Keep Current on Current Status

Hawai`i Emergency Management

County of Maui

Hawaii County


MAUI RESIDENTS: HIV & PrEP emergency medication refills are available through Maui AIDS Foundation. If you have been displaced by the Lahaina fires & left behind your HIV or PrEP medications, please text or call Bryan Chin at 808-269-1643 to discuss emergency refills.

Current medications available in stock: Biktarvy, Descovy, Symtuza, Dovato.

American Red Cross

Red Cross is setting up shelters in Maui.  You can find a shelter by visiting or downloading the Red Cross Emergency app for real-time alerts, open Red Cross shelter locations and expert advice on wildfires. The app includes an “I’m Safe” feature that help people check on loved ones. Search “American Red Cross” in app stores or go to You can also call 1-866-438-4636.


  • Individual Property Owners are donating their spaces to be used for displaced families. TO CONTRIBUTE, SUBMIT FORM HERE. 

  • To receive a home from this network, please sign up with FEMA and they will receive these submissions to match with displaced.

  • Ulupalakua Ranch has space available for horses and farm animals. Call 808.268.3289

HOUSING: Owners are Donating Empty Property Units

MHLA is collecting a Database through our web submission Form of Short Term Units:

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is mass feeding thousands affected by the fires at the Red Cross Shelters. They are looking for large food donations by restaurants, catering companies, etc. The best way to help is making monetary donations.

Donations may be made online at You can also find listings of current volunteer opportunities there.

Maui Food Bank

Maui Food Bank is dedicating its website to the wildfire relief effort. Find information on how you can help.  Donation Requests and distribution centers are listed.


FEMA has not yet authorized use of federal funds for wildfire disaster on Maui as of Wednesday afternoon. You can check and enter the zipcode to see in real time if it has been declared. They will not approve applications even over the phone until disaster is declared.

Once disaster is declared, you can apply online here. You can also call 1-800-621-3362 to apply by phone.


  • Kahana Church has shelter with Free Food at 8am, 1pm, 5pm.



  • A Maui Oil tanker parked on the side of the road in North Kaʻanapali provided fuel for West Maui residents from noon to 5:30 p.m., pumped 370 gallons of diesel and 2,198 gallons of gas.

  • Food, water, supplies and clothing will be distributed to residents from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. A limited supply of baby products will also be given out.

  • Other West Side Supply Distribution Locations: Napili Park, Civic Center, S Turns, Kahana Boat Ramp.

  • Halekaukau is offering Free Meal Support to those in need. Contact Mary Trotto at; Phone 808.875.8754 or visit 25 W Lipoa Street, Kihei Maui, Hi 96753 at 5pm daily.


LOST BELONGINGS: including ID left in hotel/accomodations


MHLA is collecting a database of those who contact us through our web submission form


A Family Assistance Center is open at Kahului Community Center for family members who are looking for information about loved ones who are unaccounted for and may be affected by the wildfires on Maui.
The center at 275 Uhu St. is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and Friday. Hours after Friday have not been set.
The Maui Emergency Management Agency will pass out forms to be filled out to help in the process of locating unaccounted-for family members.
People trying to locate loved ones who may be impacted by the fires also can call the American Red Cross hotline at 1-800-733-2767.


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