KAUA'I

HOUSING

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O ka hale e ku, o ke kananka e noho.
Where a house stands, there man dwells.

KAUA'I RESOURCES

Hale ʻOhana Apartments
3985 Ohuohu Road, Koloa, HI 96756
808-742-9440
haleohana@awimc.com
www.awimc.com/communities/hale_ohana.htm
  • Low-income / affordable apartments managed by the Always With Integrity (AWI) Management Corporation
  • One- and two-bedroom apartments available
  • Property features include: stove / oven, water, sewer, trash, refrigerator, on-site laundry facility, basketball court, off-street parking, BBQ / picnic area, private storage, playground area
  •  Eligibility and maximum income restrictions apply; inquire with the apartment manager for information on income limits, rental rates, and information regarding subsidy programs

Hawaiian Community Assets (HCA)
4523 Ioane Road, Anahola, HI
808-632-2070
www.hawaiiancommunity.net
  • Loan Packaging and Processing to secure affordable mortgage financing to purchase a home
  • HCA Managing Assets to Change Hawaiʻi (MATCH)  Program opens Individual Development Accounts (IDA) to provide youth and families with a 4:1 match savings up to a total of $2,500 toward the purchase an identified savings goal
  • Credit Builder Micro-Loans provides secured, low-interest fixed-rate loans up to $1,000 to establish and improve credit
  • Tax and FAFSA Preparation Assistance: File for Earned Income and Child Tax Credits and Federal Pell Grant, Work-Study, and student loans through the Federal Government
  • All participants in HCA programs are required to complete the Kahua Waiwai housing / financial education workshops, establish long-terms savings habits, and receive individualized housing / credit counseling from HCA
  • Serves ALL low- and moderate-income families living in Hawaiʻi regardless of race, with specialization in the housing needs of Native Hawaiians

Kauaʻi Economic Opportunity (KEO), Inc.
2804 Wehe Road, Līhuʻe, HI 96766
808-254-4077
www.keoinc.org/
  • Shelter Plus Care Program: provides rental housing subsidy and support services for chronically homeless individuals with substance abuse issues
  • Homeless Emergency Shelter: Manaʻolana provides overnight shelter for homeless individuals and families; 19 spots available daily on a first-come first-served basis; shelter opens at 5pm to 7am; individuals are provided with a meal, shower, and a bed
  • Homeless Stipend Program: Manaʻolana, Komohana Group Home, Līhuʻe Court, and Puhi transitional housing sites provide safe shelter for up to 24 months and assists client with finding permanent housing
  • Homeless Outreach Program: The Care-A-Van is a mobile unit that provides services on-site where homeless congregate.  The program conducts intake, referral, and other needed services to eligible unsheltered individuals to assist them in progressing towards a more stable living conditions with the goal of finding permanent house and self-sufficiency
  • Emergency Electricity Assistance Program: provides a one-time electric assistance for past due bill or urgent notice