Hawaii State Homeless Programs - Shelter/Service Bulletin Board

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The following is a sortable listing of homeless shelters/programs in Hawaii. Information on the
number of available units, the number of wait list units and other program information is available here. 
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ShelterAvail. BedsAvail. SROsAvail. StudiosAvail. 1 BRAvail. 2 BRAvail. 3 BRAvail. 4+ BRWait List IndividualsWait List HouseholdsMapAddressCity/State/ZipCountyPhoneEmailProgram Info. Wish ListVolunteer OpportunitiesLast Updated
ASI - Ohana Ola O Kahumana000000022776View Map86-704 Lualualei Homestead Road Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU(808) 696-4095 
Transitional housing program for families with minor dependent children.  Case Management Services including: Advocacy, financial literacy, employment services, family strengthening, community health, mail service and childcare. Meals are provided to children and elderly for free. Adults can pay a nominal fee for meals. Each Unit has cooking facilities. Clothing, household items, and food bank on site. Laundry facilities near each unit. On site pay phone access. Each unit has its own complete bathroom. Each unit has its own closet and storage space. 48 units total: (6) one bedroom, (36) two bedroom units, (6) three bedroom units. In these 48 units, 6 are ADA units. Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri; closed Saturday-Sunday
Hygiene products, household items, and clothing
Computer resource center monitoring, landscaping, grounds keeping, child care, call 696-4095 for more information.
6/4/2014 9:11:59 AM
ASI - Ulu Ke Kukui (Villages of Maili)00000004715View Map87 576 Kula`aupuni Street Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU (808) 620-9011 
Transitional housing program for families with minor dependent children. Case Management Services including: Advocacy, financial literacy, employment services, family strengthening, community health, mail service and childcare. Meals are provided to children and elderly for free. Adults can pay a nominal fee for meals. Each Unit has cooking facilities. Clothing, household items, and food bank on site. Laundry facilities near each unit. On site pay phone access. Each unit has its own complete bathroom. Each unit has its own closet and storage space. 80 units total: (40) Studio and (40) 2-bedroom; (1) studio and (1) 2-bedroom can be combined to create a 3-bedroom unit. Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm Monday-Friday; closed Saturday-Sunday.
Hygiene products, household items, and clothing
Computer resource center monitoring, landscaping, grounds keeping, child care, call 620-9011 for more information.
6/3/2014 4:01:34 PM
Catholic Charities - Ma'ili Land Transitional00641006013View Map87-190 Maliona St. Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU808-696-4885 
Accepts homeless families with children. Services include case management; counseling (i.e. budget/money management, housing, life skills, and nutrition); and developing residents' education and job training skills. On-site amenities include individual cooking facilities, clothing bank, laundry facilities, phone access, showers, and locked storage space. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Facility has 24-hour access to living units.
6/9/2014 1:50:25 PM
FPH - Honolulu Family Center0000000734162View Map245 N. Kukui St., #101 Honolulu, HI 96817HONOLULU808-548-7478 
Provides shelter, food and case management for homeless families with at least one child under the age of 18 (or un-born). Preference is given to families with working parents. Families are expected to work, save their income and actively search for housing.
Toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, toiletries, linens, pillows, gift cards for haircuts, clothing, activities
Various opportunities to fit volunteer's individual interests: Providing coverage for Family Center, overnight coverage at various congregations, interaction/activities with children, tutoring, yard work/cleaning/maintenance, etc.
5/19/2014 3:05:58 PM
FPH - Windward Family Center000000015032View Map69 N. Kainalu Dr. Kailua, HI 96734HONOLULU808-261-7478 
Provides shelter, food and case management for homeless families with at least one child under the age of 18 (or un-born). Preference is given to families with working parents. Families are expected to work, save their income and actively search for housing.
Toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, toiletries, linens, pillows, gift cards for haircuts, clothing, activities
Various opportunities to fit volunteer's individual interests: Providing coverage for Family Center, overnight coverage at various congregations, interaction/activities with children, tutoring, yard work/cleaning/maintenance, etc.
5/19/2014 3:05:58 PM
Gregory House000000000View Map200 North Vineyard Bld. #A310 Honolulu, HI 96817-3950HONOLULU808-592-9022 
Transitional Housing for homeless/at-risk individuals living with HIV/AIDS.
5/29/2014 2:31:37 PM
Gregory House - Community Residential Program200000000View Mapsame as above  HONOLULU  
transitional housing for homeless individuals with HIV/AIDS
5/29/2014 2:31:37 PM
Gregory House - HOPWA0000000496View Mapsame as above  HONOLULU  
Tenant based rental assistance program (rental subsidy) for individuals/families living with HIV/AIDS.
This is a TBRA program
5/29/2014 2:31:53 PM
Gregory House - HOPWA SPNS0000000496View Mapsame as above  HONOLULU  
Tenant based rental assistance program (rental subsidy) for individuals/families living with HIV/AIDS.
This is a TBRA program
5/29/2014 2:31:53 PM
Gregory House - SPC001100000View Mapsame as above  HONOLULU  
Tenant based rental assistance program (rental subsidy) for individuals/families living with HIV/AIDS. Applicant must be homeless and have a disability.
This is a TBRA program
5/29/2014 2:31:37 PM
H5 - Evans Bus Project1600000000View Map1020 S. Beretania Street Honolulu, HI 96814HONOLULU(808) 522-0397 
Beddings. Hand sanitizers.
11/3/2008 3:00:55 PM
Hale Kipa - Apaa Women's Shelter300000000  HONOLULU284-2079 
6 to 9 month independent living skill based residential program for young adult women aged 18 to 22 transitioning out of homelessness.
7/2/2014 9:42:09 AM
Hale Kipa - Keeaumoku/Aawa400000000  HONOLULU284-2079 
6 to 9 month independent living skill based residential program for young adult women aged 18 to 22 transitioning out of homelessness.
5/15/2014 6:15:58 PM
Hale Kipa - Maka`aloa TLP200000000  HONOLULU284-2079 
6 to 9 month independent living skill based residential program for young adult men aged 18 to 22 transitioning out of homelessness.
5/15/2014 6:16:18 PM
Hale Kipa - Scattered Sites           HONOLULU  
This is a follow up/after care program for clients after they transition out of the residentail programs.
 
HCAP - Kumuhonua60600007859View Map91-1096 Yorktown Street Building #36Kapolei, HI 96707HONOLULU682-5494kumuhonuaintake@hcapweb.org
Couples, singles 18 years and older, mom or dad with adult child 18 years and older, people transitioning from emergency shelters, case management services, program fee, zero tolerance policy pertaining to alcohol and drug/substance abuse. Shelter open and currently taking applications.
Toiletries, feminine hygeine products, dish & clothing detergent, silverware & dishes, fans, vacuum cleaner/shop vac, book shelves, desks, bed frames, mattresses, pillows
5/29/2014 3:26:51 PM
Holomua Na Ohana-Onemalu Transitional001030015137View MapP.O. Box 75349 Kalaeloa, HI 96707HONOLULU682-3869 
Transitional program for families with children 0 - 17 yrs of age. Participation in case management, community meetings & on-site drug testing are mandatory. Various on-site classes include parenting, keiki play morning, budgeting, food & nutrition, and other classes when possible. Support services include on-site food bank, clothing bank and referrals.
Diapers (all sizes), baby wipes, laundry soap & bathroom tissue, mattresses (queen & full size). *Desperately In Need of Picnic Tables*
Volunteers Needed to assist our youth in the following Areas: After-school tutoring from 3pm to 5pm After-school structured recreational activities from 3pm to 5pm ESL tutor to assist adults
8/18/2014 3:32:06 PM
Holomua Na Ohana-Weinberg Village Waimanalo000020018148View Map41-490 Saddle City Rd Waimanalo, HI 96795HONOLULU808-259-6658 
Transitional Housing Program for homeless families with minor aged children. Mandatory on-site drug and alcohol testing assists in maintaining in a clean and sober environment. Classes offered such as budgeting, nutrition and parenting promote healthy self-sufficient lifestyles that lead to permanent housing. To be eligible for open unit, completed application must be submitted and added to the waitlist. Units are filled by the next available applicant on waitlist.
Canned goods (meats, soups, fruits, veggies)and dry good like rice and ramen. Mattresses (mostly twin or Queen) Diapers (size 3,4,5,6). Baby wipes. Cleaning supplies. Laundry products. Feminine products. Bathroom tissue. Bath soap, shampoo & conditioner. Toothpaste. Cling wrap and foil. Ziplocs. Food storage items. Pots, pans, kitchen items. Brooms, dustpans, mops. Sheets, pillows, blankets, towels.
Dance teacher for keiki (1 x per week) - Hip hop, hula or other dance OK. Funds to rent buses to take keiki on field trips for educational events. ESL tutor for adults and young teens from Micronesia
8/26/2014 2:14:03 PM
HSI - Kulaokahua Apts (TH for the Elderly)000000050View Map1311 Ward Ave. #107 Honolulu, HI 96814HONOLULU599-5759 
Transitional housing for homeless individuals and couples 62 years or older. Must have 3rd party verification of homeless status. Program fee ranges $210-$400
*Waitlist timeframe: at least 8-12 months. Donations needed: Canned Goods, Bedding, Bath & Body supplies, Kitchenware, small appliances, towels
*Host luncheon-provide food *Host a class or workshop (health, fitness related) *Provide Move-in gift baskets
5/29/2014 10:04:57 AM
HSI - Loliana Apts (TH for Families)000000002View Map565 Quinn Ln. #217 Honolulu, HI 96813HONOLULU522-0540 
Transitional housing for homeless families with children under the age of 19. Must have 3rd party verification of homeless status. Program Fee ranges $325-$450.
**CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATION** Donations needed: clothing (adult & kids), small applicances, kitchenware, bedding, towels, gift cards, folding futons
*ESG Classes & Micronesian Interpreter
5/29/2014 10:41:42 AM
HSI - Na Kolea Rooming House (TH for Working Singles)000000050View Map1020 Isenberg St. Honolulu, HI 96826HONOLULU946-8063 
Transitional Housing for homeless single working men & women. Must be employed 19 hrs. or more per/week. Must be able to have a 3rd party verification of homeless status. Program fee $200-$320.
Waiting List for males:3 (estimated 3-6 months) Waiting List for females:5 (estimated 7-12 months) Donations needed: Mini Refrigrator, Electric Fan, Clothing (men & women), Gift Cards, Canned Goods
*Resume & job skills *Computer classes
5/29/2014 10:04:57 AM
HSI - Vancouver House (TH for Families)0000000010View Map2019 Vancouver Dr. Honolulu, HI 96822HONOLULU947-7181 
Transitional housing for homeless families with children under the age of 19. Must have 3rd party verification of homeless status. Head and non-head of household must be either working or going to school. Program fee ranges $125-$636
Waitlist: 6-9 months Donations needed: Laundry detergent, Household cleaning supplies, Bath Towels, Bedding, Canned goods (meats), Diapers
*Host a family fair/luncheon & entertainment(clown show, ballooon twisting, magic show) *Provide Move-in gift baskets
5/29/2014 10:06:08 AM
IHS - Housing First PSH           HONOLULU  
 
IHS - Kaa'ahi Women and Families ES100000000View Map546 Ka'aahi Street Honolulu, HI 96817HONOLULU808-447-2800 
Emergency shelter services (beds, meals, hygiene) provided to single adult women (Dorm capacity of 80) and families with children (Dorm capacity 33 families, approximately 100 people). Case management services, mental health referral, on-site substance abuse counselings, specialized mental health case management, employment placement, family programming, co-located health and psychiatric clinic.
Toiletries, baby supplies, female hygiene products, non-perishable food, linens, cribs, food
Individual volunteer opportunities include: sorting donations, janitorial and shelter maintenance, general office work, data entry, gardening and working with children in the family room. Group volunteer opportunities include: sorting donations, cleaning & organizing, serving a meal or conducting a special activity with guests or children. Contact volunteer@ihs-hawaii.org for more information.
5/29/2014 9:30:35 AM
IHS - North Shore Homeless Assistance Program           HONOLULU  
 
IHS - SPC Home Sweet Home           HONOLULU  
6/15/2012 1:25:53 PM
IHS - SPC Home Sweet Home II           HONOLULU  
 
IHS - SPC Homes At Last 2010000000000View Map537 Kaaahi Street Honolulu, HI 96817HONOLULU808-447-2900 
Provides Permanent Supportive Housing to chronically homeless adults (male and female without dependents)with long-term disabilities - primarily serious mental illness and co-occuring disabilities.
Affordable rentals (studios or one-bed); Furnishings and accessories for move-in (bed, dresser, sheets, etc).
6/15/2012 1:25:53 PM
IHS - SPC No Place Like Home           HONOLULU  
6/15/2012 1:25:53 PM
IHS - Sumner Men's ES5500000000View Map350 Sumner Street Honolulu, HI 96817HONOLULU808-447-2900 
Providing emergency shelter services to adult men (19 or older) without dependents. Services include beds, meals, hygiene, mail, case management upon request, mental health and substance abuse referral, specialized mental health case management, employment training and placement and co-located psychiatric and medical clinic.
Toiletries, men's clothing, hyigene products, supplies, non-perishable food.
Individual volunteer opportunities include: Janitorial and shelter maintenance, general office work and data entry. Group volunteer opportunities include: shelter cleaning, cooking and/or serving a meal or conducting a special activity with guests. Contact volunteer@ihs-hawaii.org for more information.
5/29/2014 9:40:53 AM
KOHOW Emergency000000000View Map85-296 Ala Hema Street Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU808-697-7300 
12/12/2012 4:45:08 PM
KOHOW Transitional40100190000View Map85-296 Ala Hema Street Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU808-697-7300 
7/10/2013 1:21:08 PM
KPHC - Kaaahi Clinic           HONOLULU  
 
KPHC - New Beginnings S+C Program           HONOLULU  
 
KPHC - Ohana House           HONOLULU  
 
KPHC - Safe Haven (DO NOT USE)           HONOLULU  
 
Next Step Emergency Shelter000000000View MapPier 1 - Forrest Ave. Honolulu, HI 96813HONOLULU(808) 739-3550jespero@waikikihealth.org
Servicing single men and women, couples and families. Each person/group in the program is assigned to a cubicle. Shelter is open from 5:30pm to 8:30am M-F and 24hrs Sat/Sun. Apply at Next Step M-Thur 1pm to 4pm, F 1pm-3pm. No appointments taken. Interviews conducted on a first come, first serve basis. Entry is not same day as interview. Program fees apply.
Cash, Blankets, Pillows, Bed Sheets, Compact fans & Air Mattress; Toiletries; Clothes for all ages and sizes; Canned Goods.
Contact Kapua Tani at 738-9362 if you are interested in volunteering, donating items or provding meals at Next Step.
7/23/2014 12:07:14 PM
Next Step Transitional Housing000000000View MapPier 1 - Forrest Ave. Honolulu, HI 96813HONOLULU(808) 739-3550jespero@waikikihealth.org
Servicing single men and women, couples and families. Each person/group in the program is assigned to a cubicle. Shelter is open from 5:30pm to 8:30am M-F and 24hrs Sat/Sun. Apply at Next Step M-Thur 1pm to 4pm, F 1pm-3pm. No appointments taken. Interviews conducted on a first come, first serve basis. Entry is not same day as interview. Program fees apply.
Cash, Blankets, Pillows, Bed Sheets, Compact fans & Air Mattress; Toiletries; Clothes for all ages and sizes; Canned Goods.
Contact Kapua Tani at 738-9362 if you are interested in volunteering, donating items or provding meals at Next Step.
7/23/2014 12:07:14 PM
Onelau`ena2709000012848View MapP.O. Box 75286 Bld. 50, Belleau WoodsKapolei, HI 96707HONOLULU808 682-4673 
Emergency Shelter to the unsheltered individuals and families living on the beach, parks, streets, vehicles, abandon buildings with preference to the Waianae Coast and the White Plains area of Barber's Pt. Services offered include but not limited to: health, relationship, education, finances, employment and housing. Early education and youth mentoring are available through partnership with PID-Ka Pa'alana. Health assessments provided by HPU Nursing Program.
2-3 Single beds, 2-3 3 drawer dresser, 1-2 Armoire, Beddings/linens/towels, Hygiene supplies, Non-perishable foods for household
6/6/2013 10:46:57 AM
River of Life - Light House2000000000View Map94-230 Leokane St Waipahu, HI 96797HONOLULU808-680-7696 
Sleeping arrangements are mats on the floor of a gymnasium; guests receive a mat, a pillow, a small locker, and are assigned as case manager; dinner is served at about 6:30 PM; entry is from 5:30-7:30 PM and all guests must leave by 7:30 AM; guests must be continent and able to get up and down to mats unassisted; there are no showers. First come, first serve to shelter openings.
Shower facilities,
6/24/2011 2:02:21 PM
Safe Haven Transitional Shelter0000000840View Map41 South Beretania St. Honolulu, HI 96813HONOLULU(808) 524-7233 
Transitional shelter for homeless, severely mentally ill adults. Access to basic services including, meals, clothing, laundry, showers, telephone, and a mailing address. Residents have a private room with common kitchen, bathrooms and dining facility, with 24-hour support available from residential staff. On site programs include outreach, case management, psychiatry, nursing, rehabilitation activities, and community placement services.
10/18/2013 1:03:18 PM
Salvation Army ATS - SHP           HONOLULU  
 
Salvation Army FTS - Ka Ohu Hou O Manoa           HONOLULU  
 
Shelter of Wisdom - Great Joy 1           HONOLULU  
 
Shelter of Wisdom - Great Joy 2           HONOLULU  
 
Shelter of Wisdom - Great Joy 3           HONOLULU  
 
Shelter of Wisdom - Streams of Joy 1           HONOLULU  
 
Shelter of Wisdom - Streams of Joy 2           HONOLULU  
 
State Administration000000000  HONOLULU  
11/11/2008 1:18:43 PM
Steadfast - Hale Ulu Pono TH28700000180View Map91-1075 Shangrila Street Kalaeloa, HI 96707HONOLULU808 682-4466 
Provides single room occupancy, life skills training, housing support services that are individualized and also transition to permanent community housing. Kitchen & laundry facilities; pay phone access are provided. We operate 24/7.
8/21/2014 10:23:32 AM
Steadfast - Shelter Plus Care00000002290  HONOLULU  
11/21/2008 9:54:35 AM
Steadfast Mckinney - Ahukini (Oahu)200000000View Map759 Ahukini Honolulu, HI 96825HONOLULU  
6/3/2014 10:16:16 AM
Steadfast McKinney - Kalaeloa (Oahu)40600000180View Map91-1075 Shangrila St. Kalaeloa, HI 96707HONOLULU808 682-4488 
Consumers are provided permanent supportive housing, job training and employment, individualized assistance as they transition toward independent living.
8/21/2014 10:23:32 AM
Steadfast Mckinney - Kaukama (Oahu)100000000View Map87-118 Kaukama Road Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU  
6/3/2014 10:16:16 AM
Steadfast Mckinney - Komo Mai (Oahu)000000000View Map2007 Komo Mai Drive Pearl City, HI 96782HONOLULU  
6/3/2014 10:16:16 AM
US VETS ADVANCE WOMEN000000000  HONOLULU  
5/15/2014 1:34:55 PM
US VETS BP HOPTEL000000000  HONOLULU  
5/15/2014 1:34:55 PM
US VETS HHFDC 1000040000View Map85-296 Ala Hema Street Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU(808) 697-7300 
Supportive transitional housing program consisting of 24 Affordable 2-bedroom units and 48 transitional units (24 studios & 24 two-bedroom units).
Toiletries, Bed and Bath items, Towels, Sheets, Diapers, and Wet-wipes
6/4/2014 6:44:40 PM
US VETS Housing First PSH140141000140  HONOLULU  
Scattered Site - "Housing First" Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless and Elderly Veterans and Non-veterans in Honolulu.
2/24/2014 4:07:42 PM
US VETS Long Term Supportive Housing/Cloudbreak000000000  HONOLULU http://www.usvetsinc.org/barberspoint/
These are rentals that range from $500 to $600. UA testing monthly.
2/24/2014 4:07:42 PM
US VETS Permanent Supportive Housing13013000000View MapBldg 1772, Shangrila Rd P.O. Box 75329Kapolei, HI 96707HONOLULU808-682-9000 
Permanent Supportive Housing for chronically homeless military veterans with disabilities. All participants come through the USVETS Veterans-in-Progress program. External referrals are not taken.
Affordable rentals (Studio or one-bed) under $1000 per month. Furnishings (bed, dresser) and accessories for move-in.
2/24/2014 4:07:42 PM
US VETS PH2 CHAMPS VET FAMILIES20314003000  HONOLULU  
Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Veterans and Families with disabilities.
2/24/2014 4:07:42 PM
US VETS Respite Beds000000000  HONOLULU  
5/15/2014 1:34:55 PM
US VETS Veterans-in-Progress000000000View MapBldg 1772, Shangrila P.O. Box 75329 Kapolei, HI 96707HONOLULU808-672-2977 
Therapeutic transitional housing program for homeless veterans. Department of Veteran Affairs determines eligibility.
Outdoor chairs
5/15/2014 1:34:55 PM
US VETS WCC Emergency000000000View Map85-638 Farrington Hwy. Waianae,, HI 96792HONOLULU(808) 664-1400 
Supportive emergency placements co-located in transitional housing program consisting of 97 rooms: 45 small units, 20 medium units, and 32 large units.
Toiletries, Bed and Bath items, Towels, Sheets, Diapers, and Wet-wipes
5/19/2014 4:50:04 PM
US VETS WCC HOPTEL000000000View Map85-638 Farrington Hwy. Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU(808) 664-1400 
Supportive emergency / transitional housing program for veterans who are identified by the VA for program services and supportive living- five (5) unit availability.
Toiletries, Bed and Bath items, Towels, Sheets, Diapers, and Wet-wipes
6/4/2014 6:44:16 PM
US VETS WCC Transitional040000000View Map85-638 Farrington Hwy. Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU(808) 664-1400 
Serving individuals, couples and families with children living unsheltered on the Leeward Coast. Other unsheltered individuals and families may be accepted if space is available. Structured Program. Program fees range from $100 to $180 per month. (45 small units; 20 medium units; 32 large units).
Toiletries, Bed and Bath items, Towels, Sheets, Diapers, and Wet-wipes
7/7/2014 8:43:14 PM
VASH PSH Oahu           HONOLULU  
 
WIN Bridge to Success Waianae200000022View Map86-914 Pukui Place Waianae, HI 96792HONOLULU696-1996 
Transitional housing for women . One house with 5 bedrooms. Stays up to 2 years. Supportive services offered.
household supplies, lawn mower, computer, printer/fax, bedding, dressers, dining table chairs, patio furniture, kitchen items, dressers
5/29/2014 10:36:20 AM
WIN Family House Aiea200000034View Map99-159 Puakala st. Aiea, HI 96701HONOLULU744-8782 
Transitional housing for women and children. One house with 7 bedrooms. Stays up to 2 years. Supportive services offered
Living room furniture, toiletries, bedding, computer, printer, kitchen supplies, food, bus passes, toys, clothes
5/29/2014 10:36:20 AM
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