WHO WE ARE
EMPOWERING HAWAII’S FAMILIES TO LEAD HEALTHY AND FULL LIVES
Since 1996, Women In Need (WIN) has been serving Hawaii’s community by assisting women and their families with transitional housing and other services. Our mission, “empowering Hawaii’s families to lead healthy and full lives” provides the framework for our organization to give women and children a safe place to live while implementing programs to help them develop and maintain self-sufficiency.
Domestic Violence Resources
Parenting & Family Assistance
WIN provides family support for those who struggle with substance abuse, domestic violence, and parenting practices.
Substance Abuse Recovery
WIN offers Intensive Outpatient classes for individuals struggling with substance abuse.
Impacting Hawaiian families with counseling, housing, and career development.
Years of experience
About Women In Need
For those struggling with homelessness:
WIN helps women and children get off the streets and placed into transitional or permanent housing. Reach out to learn more.
What Makes WIN Different:
We are one of the few organizations that allow children to reside with their mother.
We start the planning process in the prison (where they will work, what goals they want to achieve, etc.)
We guide women through everything from housing to substance use treatment and many other classes.
Women in need is amazing. They’re not only there for women, but men as well. They have drug classes and domestic violence classes which are very professional and have high success rates. If you put in the work, WIN is there for you and will help you navigate your new life!
Trained, volunteer coaches offering free peer to peer support + resources to people whose, loved ones have substance use issues. Call 808-523-7550 for a referral to a coach ʻOhana coaches are trained as confidants,
Who is a hero? I absolutely love my job. I get to get up everyday and give someone hope in some way. That is an amazing way to live! I get googled by clients,
So many people I talk to are full of regret. They are saddened and remorseful of all the things and situations they could have changed if they just did “_____”! Or they didn’t say
Everyday I’m reminded how fragile our egos and emotions are. Although some people appear “tough” and pretend they don’t care what other people think about them, I find that is quite the opposite. As