Hawaii Department of Human Services: Ho’opono Services for the Blind, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Ho’opono, from “ho’oponopono” meaning to make things right, is a branch of the Division of Vocational Rehabilitaion, Department of Human Services, State of Hawaii. Ho’opono assists blind and Visually impaired persons regardless of financial status, ethnic or national origin, religion, gender or disability. There is no fee for services, although there may be some incidental costs if you need to purchase adaptive aids and devices.

Contact Info:

600 Kapiolani Blvd. #304
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Phone: 808-586-9744

Email: info@hawaiivr.org

Website: http://humanservices.hawaii.gov/vr/hoopono/hoopono-services/

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