Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii

To reduce and prevent drug abuse in Hawaii through awareness, education, and action.

MISSION

To reduce and prevent drug abuse in Hawai‘i through awareness, education, and action.

KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

The Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii (CDFH) is dedicated to serving Hawaii’s children, families, and communities with programs that strengthen health, wellness, and resilience against drug and alcohol abuse. As a non-profit agency established in 1987, CDFH strives to increase prevention awareness, education, and action through its after-school programs for youth, family strengthening workshops, youth and family counseling services, youth leadership development, training and capacity building with communities, and the Hawaii Prevention Resource Center which offers educational materials and resources to the general public.

EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

The 5th Annual CDFH
Golf Tournament
June 2020
Updates including date, registration and sponsorship levels: drugfreehawaii.org/golf. 

For other giving opportunities visit drugfreehawaii.org/donate.

Visit hiprc808.org and teenlinkhawaii.org for more resources.

LEADERSHIP

Board of Directors

Benjamin Salazar, President

Carol Riley, Vice President

David Livingston, Past President

Ivy Nip Asano, M.D., Secretary

Eric Fujimoto

Jay Higa

Neil Yamamoto

David Benson

Janelle Denny

Greg Tjapkes, Executive Director

 

1130 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite A259

Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

P: 808-545-3228

drugfreehawaii.org

facebook.com/drugfreehawaii

instagram.com/drug_free_hawaii