Veteran Resources

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Give An Hour

A local Counselor who specializes in service Veterans.  This service is free of charge

Give an Hour providers are psychiatrists, substance abuse counselors, psychologists, pastoral counselors, social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychiatric nurses, and licensed mental health counselors. They are available throughout the nation to provide free counseling to active duty, National Guard, Army Reserve members, and veterans. Give an Hour also offers free services to parents, siblings, unmarried partners, and grandparents. 

DAV Transport Network

The DAV Transportation Network is the only way many veterans are able get to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
medical facilities for needed treatment. They're men and women who answered our country's call in times of war. Many lost limbs, sight, hearing, or good health. And many live a great distance from a VA hospital.
With fixed incomes, the cost of transportation to a VA hospital is just too high. They're left with two choices. They could go without the treatment they need, or skimp on food or other necessities to pay for transportation.
Veterans disabled in our nation's service should never face such dire options. So DAV and Auxiliary volunteers respond, driving vets to and from VA hospitals and clinics. Other grateful Americans are helping too.

The network is administered by DAV Hospital Service Coordinators (HSCs) at the VA's 172 medical centers. The DAV has also donated vans, where needed, to make the program work. All DAV van drivers are volunteers and do not receive payment for the services they provide.

Across the nation, more than 196 HSCs operate more than 180 active programs at VA hospitals and outpatient clinics. These HSCs have recruited a corps of nearly 5,000 volunteer drivers whom they coordinate to provide transportation for veterans needing this service. Additionally DAV Departments and Chapters purchase and donate most of the vans to the VA medical facilities for use in the Transportation Network.

All DAV van drivers are volunteers and do not receive payment for the services they provide.

If you would like to be a volunteer, please call:
Edward Kawamura 652-6706.
If you or someone you know needs transportation for a doctor’s appointment, call the VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) 246-0497 to get criteria and on schedule. Individuals must be ambulatory.

Benefits Support
Hawaii Office of Veteran Services, Kaua'i
3215 Kapule Highway, #2,Lihue, HI 96766
808-241-3346 Fax:808-241-3818
Email: ovs@ovs.hawaii.gov
Website: http://dod.hawaii.gov/ovs
Readjustment Counseling
Kauai Vet Center
3-3367 Kuhio Highway, Suite 101 Lihue, HI 96766
808-246-1163 / 877-927-8387
Fax: 808-246-4625
Website: http://www.va.gov

Kauai United Way
4374 Kukui Grove St., Suite 201, Lihue, HI 96766
808-245-2043 Fax: 808-246-8738
Website: http://www.kauaiunitedway.org/

Health Care
Department of Veterans Affairs Kauai Community Based Outpatient Clinic
4485 Pahee St, Suite 150, Lihue, HI 96766
808-246-0497 Fax: 808-246-9349
Website: http://www.hawaii.va.gov/locations/Lihue_Kauai.asp

 

Education
Kauai Community College
3-1901 Kaumualii Highway, Lihue, HI 96766
808-245-8225
Website: http://kauai.hawaii.edu/

Employment
WorkWise Kaua'i
4444 Rice Street, Suite 302,Lihue, HI 96766
808-274-3056

Veterans Office

CALL US! 808•245•8391