Faced with a terminal diagnosis, Hawai‘i residents deserve the full range of options for care at the end of life, including medical aid in dying. Medical aid in dying allows terminally ill adults to get a prescription they can take to end their life peacefully. The Our Care, Our Choice Act allows terminally ill, mentally capable Hawaii residents to access medical aid in dying.

There are currently three medical aid-in-dying bills under consideration by the Hawai’i legislature. SB 899 and HB 650 are companion bills introduced and sponsored by the Kapuna Caucus; SB 442 is an identical bill sponsored by Senator Keohokalole. Read the summary of those bills here.

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Education & Outreach

In January 2020 alone, Compassion & Choices participated in multiple events with volunteers and supporters, including a successful panel discussion on the one year anniversary of the Our Care, Our Choice Act’s implementation. Learn more about the Hawai‘i Our Care, Our Choice Act. 


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Tools and Resources

simple blue medical cross graphic.For Patients Learn about the Our Care, Our Choice Act. You can also access information about the law in five languages.



tools for end of life planning and decision making.End-of-Life Planning Use our step-by-step guide to chart your journey or access the California advance directive directly here.



advance care planning and resources in Spanish, espanol.Recursos en Español Recursos en Español.



answers to questions about COVID-19, including treatment and end of life.COVID-19 Toolkit Get answers to your questions about COVID-19 and end of life care.



tools for end of life planning and decision making.Resources for Providers Find resources tailored to the needs of healthcare providers.



tools for documenting end-of-life for dementia.Dementia Values & Priorities Tool Use our tool to document your preferences to make sure you get the care you want.