Resources for wildfire response in Maui

Health and Safety Resources, including Post-Disaster Debris and Wildfire Cleanup

Other Federal Resources

Small Business Administration: After you file a FEMA claim, you may be referred to the Small Business Administration for information about a low-interest loan. The SBA is the primary source of federal funds for long-term recovery assistance.

Department of Agriculture’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: You may be eligible for disaster relief food assistance.

Department of Justice: Members of the public can report disaster relief fraud, waste, abuse or mismanagement at or 866-720-5721. Individuals can also report criminal activity to the FBI at 800-CALL-FBI.

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster: This website provides information on the National VOAD’s member organizations, which share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle—preparation, response and recovery—to help disaster survivors and their communities. All organizations have service-oriented missions and include volunteer engagement as a key component of their operations.

FEMA Fact Sheets

  1. Text "SHELTER" and your ZIP code to 43362
  2. Use the FEMA App:
  3. Visit


Post-Incident Resources for Mental Health and Well-Being

Local Resources

  • MAUI NOW News: to view the main news page covering the Maui wildfires.
  • Governor’s Office: Press releases on Maui wildfire response from Hawai'i Governor Josh Green, M.D.
  • Hawaiʻi to explore moratorium on sales of damaged or destroyed properties in Maui wildfires - Governor Josh Green, M.D., Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen and other officials addressed serious community concerns relating to the disaster recovery process and provided updates on round-the-clock efforts to bring stability back to Maui residents. A top concern was that residents are being approached about selling fire-damaged home sites, by people posing as real estate agents who may have ill intent. 
  • Hawaiʻi creates central donation hub for Maui wildfire survivors; how you can best help - A coordinated effort between the state and Maui organizations and nonprofits will begin collecting, storing and inventorying supplies donated to Maui County to support victims of the wildfires in Kula and Lahaina.
  • Hawai’i 2-1-1/United Way - Disaster resources available by zip code
  • Residential Damage Reporting - Access the Residential Damage Reporting form that residents may use to report damage to their primary residence and property that occurred as a result of the 2023-08-07 Severe Weather/ Wildfire Event.
  • Maui Humane Society - Maui Humane Society’s mission is to protect and save the lives of Maui’s animals, accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals. They will be providing pet supplies and medical attention at various shelters. They also have a place to report found, lost or missing pets.