FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center
Lahaina Civic Center Gym
1840 Honoapiilani Highway
Open Daily from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
The Family Assistance Center has relocated to the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center at the Lahaina Civic Center Gym at 1840 Honoapiilani Highway.
Shuttles are operating between Lahaina-area hotels to the Disaster Recovery Center.
The Family Assistance Center and the American Red Cross will continue to provide services, by appointment only, to families of those who are deceased or hospitalized, the county said. To schedule an appointment for services, call (800) RED-CROSS (733-2767).
To provide a DNA sample, or for information regarding those who are unaccounted for, families may call (808) 270-7771. DNA samples are only for identification of wildfire victims and survivors and will not be stored or used for any other purpose.
Nonresidents may contact the FBI at 888-814-7693 or go to www.fbi.gov/MauiFires to receive instructions on how you may provide your DNA in this effort.
To Report a Missing Person: [email protected] or call (808) 244-6400
ATTN: All Maui firefighters
You are urged to file an Exposure Report if you responded to fires starting on August 8, 2023.
Sign up at the California Professional Firefighters (CPF) Personal Exposure Reporting.
The Hawaii Fire Fighters Association HFFA Local 1463 is committed to the safety of our members and their families. Thanks to decades of support between the organizations, HFFA and the California Professional Firefighters (CPF) with its California Fire Foundation, has created the Maui Wildfire Disaster Relief Fund with 100% of proceeds designated to aid Maui firefighters who have been injured or lost their homes and to survivors of the wildfire. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift.
Mahalo to leaders of the California Professional Firefighters and IAFF Team 10th for their Kokua.
Information shared here is constantly changing. Please check the sources directly or notify us if you know of updates.
Fire Family Foundation provides support and financial assistance to firefighters and their families in times of need through its Firefighter Relief Fund. Maui firefighter families are encouraged to apply.
Fire Family Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Tax ID #36-4613248, and is the charitable hand of Firefighters First Credit Union.
Free Emergency Response Legal Assistance
for HFFA Members
Through October 30, 2023. Must identify yourself as an HFFA Member
FEMA provides financial assistance and direct services to eligible individuals and households. For links and more information, visit FEMA Maui Disaster Relief at https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4724
Local financial institutions provide added assurance
- Bank of Hawaii: https://www.boh.com/customer-service/relief/maui
- First Hawaiian Bank: https://www.fhb.com/en/maui-wlidfire-relief
- Hawaii State FCU: https://www.hawaiistatefcu.com/maui-assistance/
- Central Pacific Bank: https://www.cpb.bank/maui-relief
- Honolulu Fire Department FCU: https://www.hfdfcu.org/recovery
Most financial institutions are offering programs for the Maui community. Includes emergency loan programs, payment extension programs, and mortgage forbearance programs. Contact these financial institutions for assistance.
BEWARE OF SCAMS
Keeping our frontline responders and the people of these communities in our thoughts. Please mālama each other and kōkua those impacted by these wildfires or other natural disasters. Follow emergency advisements and evacuate safely when instructed.
Live Updates on Maui AM RADIO stations
- County of Maui
Hawaii County residents are urged to sign up for Everbridge messages from Civil Defense to receive critical notifications directly through their preferred communication channels, enabling them to make well-informed decisions in real-time. REGISTER HERE
- Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB)
- Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)
- Red Cross Hawaii – Call 800-733-2767
Take proactive measures to minimize your risks
Follow recommended guidelines to fire-safe your home and surroundings. Take precautionary and preparedness actions.
Ready, Set Go!
Hawaii Personal Wildfire Action Guide
Have an evacuation plan. Prepare essentials such as documents, prescriptions, cash, etc. in advance. If you are advised to evacuate, follow orders and leave.