Residential Housing Programs

WEST HAWAII

The Friendly Place Campus: West Hawaii Emergency Housing Program

Provides emergency housing and daily meals for men and women experiencing homelessness. The West Hawaii Emergency Housing Program provides 14-hr shelter services with check in starting at 5pm and closes daily at 7am. Program participants receive case management services during the day at the Friendly Place Drop-In Center located on the same campus. This program is funded by DHS, the County of Hawaii, Human Services Grant, Hawaii Island United Way, Supportive Housing Program, and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG).

EAST HAWAII

Kihei Pua Emergency Homeless Shelter

Provides 24/7 short-term emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families. Case management, life skills opportunities, on-site pantry, clothing bank and laundry facilities available. Preference given to unsheltered families with minor children. This program is funded by the Department of Human Services (DHS), County of Hawaii, Hawaii Island United Way, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Emergency Shelter Grant.

Beyond Shelter, Wilder & Kuleana Transitional Housing Programs

Single Family Homes: Provides transitional housing services to families with minor children that are currently homeless or transitioning out from another shelter program. Homes are in scattered sites in the community. This program is funded by the Department of Human Services (DHS) and by the County of Hawaii, Human Services Grant.

Veteran Housing Program

Providing a safe place in our home for homeless veterans, including private and semi-private rooms, three meals a day, while helping secure a more permanent place to live at no cost. Download a brochure about this program here: Veteran Housing Program.

Pāhoa Kūpuna Low Income Housing Project

Hope Services Hawaii, Inc. (HOPE) is no longer accepting proposals to construct eleven (11) single family residential structures located in Pahoa (TMK: (3) 1-5-006:017) for the purpose of providing permanent low-income affordable units for elderly individuals or couples who are experiencing homelessness or are at-risk of becoming homeless. If you are interested in joining this project, please contact Janice Ikeda at jikeda@hopeserviceshawaii.org

Click the following links to view HOPE’s Pahoa Kupuna Low Income Housing Project Request For Proposal and Permit Plan Set, 2014-04.