O'AHU

HOUSING

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

O'AHU HOUSING RESOURCES

Catholic Charities Hawaiʻi (CCH), Horizons Independent Living Group Home in Salt Lake
808-527-4952
www.catholiccharitieshawaii.org
  • For young men ages 18 to 22 who are transitioning out of mental health, child welfare, or the juvenile justice systems
  • Can stay up to a maximum of one year
       Program fees include:
  • 1st month free + $100 groceries
  • Can pay a monthly fee of $150

  • Savings account that can be matched up to $150 per month
  • Contact CCH Transition Facilitator Angel Raposa (422-0852) (angjak51@gmail.com)

Hale Kipa Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Step-Up Program
808-589-1829, ext. 233
www.halekipa.org/
  • Provides Housing Choice Vouchers to youth between 18 to 21 years old aging out of foster care for a maximum of 18 months
  • Must have been in foster care after 16th birthday
  • Maximum rent between 30% to 40% of income (minimum is $50) with the balance paid by the Section 8 Program
  • Must have a stable source of income while meeting Section 8 eligibility criteria
  • Can be married and / or have dependents
  • Must work with a Hale Kipa ILP CM to complete financial literacy classes, rental portfolio, develop a transitional plan, and participate in monthly meetings
  • Contact the Hale Kipa Residential Services Office at 808-589-1829, ext. 200 or email info@halekipa.org.
Hale Kipa Hāloa Transitional House in Foster Village near Radford High School in Salt Lake Honolulu
808-589-1829, ext. 200
www.halekipa.org/
  • Residential program for young women ages 18 through 21 who have exited from foster care that are in school or working
  • Youth charged 20% of their income for rent
  • If not in school or working, youth must complete five job applications per day and log their progress
  • Group and individual services provided by a case manager to teach health, education, employment, and home maintenance
  • Youth must purchase their own groceries, personal care items, and cook their own meals
  • Length of stay varies between six months to a year
  • Contact the Hale Kipa Residential Services Office 808-589-1829, ext. 200 or email info@halekipa.org.
Hale Kipa Transitional Living Program (TLP) in West Loch Fairways in ʻEwa Beach
808-589-1829, ext. 200
www.halekipa.org/
  • Provides a 6-9 month stay for young men and women ages 18 through 21 years of age who are homeless, street and street-identified young adults with opportunities to transition into positive living situations and self-reliance
  • Eight beds available for TLP males
  • Four beds available for TLP females who are single, pregnant, and / or parenting
  • Must be working or in school
  • Contact the Hale Kipa Residential Services Office 808-589-1829, ext. 200 or email info@halekipa.org.