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Dialysis Providers Emergency Phone Numbers
• DaVita: 800.400.8331
• Fresenius: 800.626.1297
• DCI: 866.424.1990
• ARA: 888.880.6867
• Satellite: 855.396.2212
• US Renal Care: 866.671.8772
U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs
• Website: https://www.va.gov/contact-us/
• National Veterans Helpline: 800.507.4571
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
• Website: https://www.fema.gov/assistance
• Phone: 800.621.3362
Kidney Community Emergency Response Hotline
• Website: https://www.kcercoalition.com/en/contact-us/
• Phone: 866.901.3773
• Email: KCERinfo@hsag.com
• Fax: 855.232.KCER (855.232.5237)
USA.gov Disaster Financial Assistance
• Website: https://www.usa.gov/disaster-financial-help
• Description: Learn how you can qualify for disaster help with food, bills, unemployment, tax relief, and more.
Help when you need it.
• Website: http://helpwhenyouneedit.org
• Description: Nationwide listings of private and public resources. Search by zip code.
• Assists with: Food pantries, free clinics, Stores that accept food stamps.
• Website: http://www.rxassist.org/patients
• Description: Free and low costs medicines.
• Website: https://www.needymeds.org
• Description: Financial assistance programs to help with the cost of medications.
• Phone: 1-800-503-6897
The Salvation Army Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division
• Website: https://hawaii.salvationarmy.org/hawaii_2/maui-location/
• Phone: 808.871.6270
Hawaii Local – Level Referrals
• Website: https://www.fema.gov/assistance/individual/disaster-survivors/state-local-referral-lists/hawaii
• Description: When a disaster occurs, local governments often work together with community leaders and organizations to provide on-the-ground emergency management. This a list of those organizations.
Maui Disaster Preparedness
• Overview of how to prepare for an emergency, contact information for Maui County emergency management agency, discusses person preparation plan and emergency survival kit.
List of local places providing shelter for residents
Maui High School
Residents who were at Kihei Community Center are being relocated to Maui High as a precautionary measure. At last check, there were at least 1,200 people in the shelter.
Maui Preparatory in Napili-Honokowai
People who were utilizing the Lahaina Civic Center have been evacuated and relocated to Maui Preparatory.
Hannibal Tavares Community Center in Pukalani
War Memorial Gym in Wailuku
American Red Cross of Hawaii
• Has different resources specific to Hawaii for when a disaster happens
Maui Emergency Management Agency
• The Maui County Emergency Management Agency is responsible for administering and operating the various local, state, and federal emergency management programs for the County.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
• Provides crisis counseling, information, and resources - available 24/7
• Phone: 1-800-985-5990 or
• Text: TalkWithUs to 66746
• Online chat: through SAMHSA's website
Disaster Relief Grant Program
If you are living with kidney failure in a community that has been struck by a flood, hurricane, tornado, or other disaster, the American Kidney Fund (AKF) may be able to help.