Kokua Mau Multilingual Resources Page

Welcome to all of Kōkua Mau’s multilingual resource materials in one place.

Click on the language link for all translated materials in that language.

Kōkua Mau Multilingual Key Advance Care Planning Materials

Click on the specific document’s ‘multilingual’ link to find all multilingual resources currently available for this specific document.

The multilingual resources are intended as tools to help members of our community with limited English proficiency. As is common with such complicated issues, these documents do not replace a one-on-one conversation, sometimes with the help of an interpreter, to walk people through the decisions they have to make for themselves or their loved ones.

Advance Directive

  • Multilingual Hawaii Advance Health Care Directive
  • Multilingual Hawaii Advance Directive Explanatory Information Sheet

POLST for Hawai‘i

In-depth Resources

Multilingual Key Advance Care Planning Materials in 11 languages (PDF file with list)

Is seems like a long time ago, but is important to remember:

Multilingual Resources about COVID-19

City and County of Honolulu:
Currently: Chinese, Chuukese, Filipino, Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean, Marshallese, Samoan, Tongan, Vietnamese

Department of Health, State of Hawai‘i (DOH):
Currently: English, 简体中文, Chinese-Simplified, 繁體中文 Chinese-Traditional, Chuukese, Ilocano, 日本語 Japanese, 한국어 Korean, Kosraean, Marshallese, Pohnpeian, Samoan, Tagalog, ภาษาไทย (Thai), Vietnamese

FREE PPE from Hawaii State COVID-19 PPE Distribution Program

If you are a medical/dental practice, adult or foster care facility, small hospital, child, school, small business or non-profit in Hawaii, you can order free PPE. It will take 2-3 months to get what you order, but we will get you a box of what is available now.

There are no multilingual flyers available on where to order free PPE. Please use them and share with your stakeholders. We have listed the PDF files of all languages we received here, since there is no website where we can link to, as of yet.


We thank the collaborative effort of our sponsors that made this translation project possible.


Executive Office on Aging (EOA)

Hawaii Health Systems Corporation (HHSC)

Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) 

Kaiser Permanente in Hawaii 

Ohana Health Plan

University Health Alliance (UHA)

United Healthcare