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This is Hawaii’s state network community to connect and help youth who are or were in Hawaii's foster care system.

Our Town's Mission...
Helping our youth make the transition from foster care to independent living.

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Last Revised: Nov 6, 2013

Graduation  Higher Education Students can now apply online for benefits to assist with the cost of attending an instituition of higher education:
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Nytd-1  NYTD

The National Youth in Transition Database Survey (NYTD): share information to help improve services to youth in foster care and earn some money at the same time.

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Moneycalculator64   Money Smarts

Helps youths learn the basics of handling their money and finances, including how to create positive relationships with financial institutions. Equipping young people in their formative years with the basics of financial education can give them the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to manage their finances once they enter the real world.

Money Smart - A Financial Education Program

News & Events

Sep 17, 2015  

Horse Back Riding

Sep 17, 2015  

Financial Literacy Classes

Sep 17, 2015  

Halloween Party Flier

Sep 17, 2015  

Teen Day


See Flyer for Additional Details:

Page #1: The actual flyer

Page #2: Map to courthouse

Page #3: Registration form for youth

Page #4: Registration form for adults

May 01, 2015  

Higher Education and ETV Applications are NOW Open for Fall 2015

  • 08/15/2015 - Last day for ETV applications. All ETV applications and all required documentation must be completed by this date.


You Cannot get HIV Ladatt!

Starring Augie T and Kutmaster Spaz

Part 1 Part 2

`Ohana is Forever V: Our Next Steps
Working Together to Improve Outcomes for Transitioning Foster Youth in Hawai'i

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Family Findings

The Kalani Story

Family Findings will help reconnect youth with their lost relatives. Coming Soon to ShakaTown!!!!

If you are a youth looking for a lost relative, please contact your social worker.