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IHS’ kitchen serves food for the soul

Date April 23, 2021
To stand in the kitchen of The Institute of Human Services, you can feel a sense of warmth, comfort, and happiness that’s palpable as smiles abound amidst the hustle and bustle.
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Home for the first time in 30 years

Date July 2, 2021
Tommy and Tina say they “won the lottery.” Not the Powerball or Mega Millions -- an affordable housing lottery. After living on the streets for decades, the couple knew their dreams turned into reality after a single phone call.
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Real Change is Possible – Advocate with Us

Date July 2, 2021
Part of our work to end the cycle of homelessness in Hawaii involves working with legislators to advocate for systems change. In fact, this year, I am serving as Advocacy Chair for Partners in Care Oahu, an organization whose mission is to coordinate care services between all of the diverse...
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TQIC Closes, Q&A with Jerry Coffee

Date July 2, 2021
The State Department of Health’s Temporary Quarantine and Isolation Center (TQIC) on Kaaahi Street recently closed its doors. This facility opened in 2020 to address the need for pandemic-related medical care.
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