Behavioral Health Programs: Hands that rescue and relieve
The Behavioral Health Division provides community based case management for the seriously mentally ill and money management (representative payee) services for consumers receiving government entitlements (SSI, SSDI, and VA).
Bilingual Access Line: Hands that speak your language
By helping people overcome language barriers, the Bilingual Access Line helps strengthen and redefine communities.
Community Clearinghouse: Hands that give sustenance and provide hope
The Community Clearinghouse provides housing stabilization services to individuals and families in need through distribution of basic necessities, such as food, clothing, furniture, and basic household items, as well as emergency assistance. All of the items are distributed free-of-charge, and are provided through generous donations from the local community. Seasonal projects include the annual holiday Adopt-A-Family program and the Ready to Learn program providing basic school supplies to K-12 students in low-income communities.
Emergency Assistance Program: Hands that provide support and stabilization
The Emergency Assistance Program provides individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of being homeless with emergency financial assistance that is aimed towards preventing homelessness or aiding those that are in transition. The over-arching goal is to provide stabilization services so that these individuals and families can work towards future self-sufficiency and can avoid similar emergency situations in the future.
Pūnāwai Program: Hands that assist our Native Hawaiian Community
The Pūnāwai Program is a financial assistance, asset incentive, and information & referral (community linkages) program that assists low-income Native Hawaiian beneficiaries in addressing emergency needs and obtaining knowledge and tools/streategies designed to help them build towards future self-sufficiency. It is a Statewide collaborative program run in partnership with Catholic Charities Hawaii and Hawaiian Community Assets, with HHH providing services on Oahu, Catholic Charities Hawaii providing the same services in the counties of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui, and Hawaiian Community Assets managing the IDA savings match component for the Statewide collaborative.
SNAP Outreach Program: Hands that assist with food security
The SNAP Outreach Program facilitates the access of a critical food and nutrition benefit for individuals that are eligible and need the benefit but might not otherwise be able to access it on their own (immigrants with Limited English Proficiency, the elderly, the disabled, the homebound, etc.).