Here in Hawaii, nearly 600,000 people are living with prediabetes or diabetes, affecting 1 in 3 individuals. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in Hawaii and nationwide.
With your support, we can continue to invest in innovative diabetes research, advocate for those being discriminated against because they have diabetes, and educate our community about the importance of diabetes management and type 2 diabetes prevention.
For additional information about any of our programs, please contact our Hawaii Office at 808-947-5979, toll-free at 888-DIABETES (888-342-2383), or ADAHawaii@diabetes.org.
Type 1 Diabetes Support: Keiki and Families
Our Diabetes Day Camps provide opportunities for keiki with diabetes and their families to engage with others just like them in a safe and fun learning environment.
Our Courage-Wisdom-Hope Kit provides support for children and their families who are newly diagnosed with diabetes.
Need help working with school, daycare, or a 504 planning meeting? Our Safe at School Flowchart provides an outline of what the request for support process is within the school system.
Learn what legal protections against discrimination continue beyond high school with College and Beyond resources.
New to Diabetes or Need Additional Support?
Our Adult Support Group is held monthly in our office and led by healthcare professionals with an emphasis on diabetes and its complications. Parking and Directions
New to type 2 diabetes or just interested? Join our Living with Type 2 Diabetes Program.
Need help with prescription costs? View a list of Prescription Assistance programs.
Through our Stop Diabetes @ Work program, we support many companies and organizations bring health, wellness, and diabetes awareness to the office and community. Please call the American Diabetes Association's Hawaii office to schedule a presentation.
Continuing Medical Education
Stay up to date with the latest research and clinical guidelines for diabetes and earn CMEs and CEUs. Register today!
Volunteer With Us
Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.