HONOLULU COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM KUMUHONUA TRANSITIONAL SHELTER PROGRAM

Transitional Housing
Kapolei, HI
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91-1096 Yorktown
Kapolei, HI - 96707

808-682-5494 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. mariac@hcapweb.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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Last-Modified: 2020-02-03 23:02:29

The Kumuhonua Transitional Shelter program offers shelter (private studio units with private bathroom, furnished, mini-fridge w/ microwave), individualized case management, classes/workshops and referrals services. This is a 2 year program whereby residents develop individual service plans and set goals that will lead to permanent housing solutions.     SERVICE AREA:   Oahu     ELIGIBILITY :   The shelter accepts applicants from adults , 18 years of age and older (singles, couples) who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless . Applicants must show that they can pay the $400-$450 monthly program fee and must have a clean drug screen upon admission.   

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: HCAP’s mission statement is as follows: “POI: Providing Opportunities and Inspiration to enable low-income individuals or families to achieve self-reliance.”

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Feb 3, 2019

Hi, I’m inquiring about this shelter. And I’m soon to be separated/divorce and long story short I need to find somewhere to go as soon as possible. I work full time and am able to pay the monthly fee. I am drug free, I just need somewhere to go. And I could use the help in assisting me to get a permanent residence in the future. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank you,

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  1. My husband died from stage four cancer he was my finacail he took care of all bills and had his own home his sisters took his home sold his house left me homeless I now live in my car with our peti am still surfing from the list of my husband I get food from food banks and shower at parks I've applied at VA shelters sand island transitional ala park shelters and others I've called posted February 11, 2020
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  1. My husband died from stage four cancer he was my finacail he took care of all bills and had his own home his sisters took his home sold his house left me homeless I now live in my car with our peti am still surfing from the list of my husband I get food from food banks and shower at parks I've applied at VA shelters sand island transitional ala park shelters and others I've called and visit dillingham resorce for other shelters many of them don't except pets it's been 9 months since I been on the streets now I'm looking and applying on line for a home posted February 11, 2020
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