National Directory: Hawaii

Welcome to the Hawaii Home Modification and Repair Resources Page! On this State Resources page, you will find resources for consumers and professionals specific to Hawaii, including featured programs, funding sources, home modification and repair providers by city, and educational materials!

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Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in Hawaii. Search by city or keyword.

Hilo, HI

Senior Volunteer Program

Contact Person: H. Stuart Kearns

Address: 34 Rainbow Dr., Hilo, HI 96720

Phone Number: 808-961-8730

Fax: 808-961-8709

Sponsor: Retired Senior Volunteer Program

Home Safety Monitoring Program

Contact Person: Carolyn Cabreira

Address: 34 Rainbow Drive, Hilo, HI 96720

Email Address:

Phone Number: 808-961-9002

Fax: 808-961-9002

Sponsor: Hawaii Island Adult Care, Inc.

Services/Modifications Provided: Home safety inspections, provide ongoing education on fall prevention, installation of grab-bars and railings

Kaneohe, HI

Thrive For Life

Contact Person: Catia Garell

Address: 45-1047 Pahuwai Place, Kaneohe, HI 96744

Phone Number: 808-797-2590


Most Common Modification: Thrive for Life is a private company founded by two occupationaltherapists serving the islands of Hawaii. They utilize a 7-step processthat includes performing comprehensive home assessments after whichdraftsman, contractors, and designers are brought in to determineappropriate modifications. Thrive for Life guides their clients through theprocess including collecting contractor bids, filing for permits andconducting a post-construction assessment where they observe theclient in their new space.

Wailuka, HI

Nursing Home Without Walls

Contact Person: Verena Alexander

Address: 1773B Wili Pa Lup, Wailuka, HI 96793

Phone Number: 808-243-5125

Fax: 808-243-5116

Sponsor: State Of Hawaii Department Of Human Services

Services/Modifications Provided: Ramps

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