Journey Back to Stable Housing: Laura’s Story

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Several years ago, I came over from Kauai to get help for myself and my sister who needed to access the programs for addiction on Oahu.  I was using treatment as a back-up to my drug use rather than making it a priority, and it underscored my becoming homeless on Oahu. Now I’m using treatment […]

Adopt A Family: Granddad Keeps Hope Alive for Holidays

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This grandfather is doing all he can to provide for his grandchildren and give them a better life. Click here to read the full story about the Leopoldo ohana. To give this family a holiday to remember or support another family struggling during the holidays, you can make a donation to the Good Neighbor Fund. […]

Adopt A Family: Job Loss Turns Mom, Son Homeless

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Despite health and financial setbacks, Samalaulu Matautia and her family are working to improve their situation. Click here to read the full story about the Samalaulu Matautia’s ohana. To help this family have an amazing holidays or to support one similar to them, click here to make a monetary gift through the Good Neighbor Fund. […]

Collaboration Leads to Housing for 30 Individuals

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Sometimes it takes many hands to create an impact in the community, and we’re proud to be part of the team effort put forth by the State of Hawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Catholic Charities Hawaii, Mental Health Kokua, U.S. Vets and Kalihi-Palama Health Center. Through these partnerships, 30 chronically homeless individuals will be […]

Winning at Life and Celebrating Alcohol Awareness Month

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According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and our Hawaii Pathways Project focuses on serving the chronically homeless population who also suffer from chronic substance abuse. This project utilizes the Pathways to Housing Model, including housing the homeless with little-to-no barriers to entry. This month, in celebration […]