Shelters

Each year, we shelter over 2,000 people at 10 shelters across the island of Oahu.

Individuals, families, and couples come to IHS from all kinds of backgrounds and walks of life seeking a temporary place to stay while they better their situation.

We do not discriminate based on race, sexual orientation, gender identity, or criminal record. Our shelters are ADA accessible and provide basic amenities including meals, laundry facilities, case management, housing placement, etc.

Emergency Shelters

Emergency shelters provide safety, support and stabilization. These facilities are a critical safety net for Oahu’s most vulnerable.

Hale Mauliola at Sand Island

A housing navigation center and temporary housing facility for individuals or couples. This facility allows pets to accompany their owners.

Medical Respite Homes

Homes that serve as places for respite for homeless individuals to recover upon release from the hospital.

Veterans Engaged in Transition (V.E.T.)

Provides temporary housing to homeless U.S. veterans and offers support in order to transition back into housing.

Substance Abuse Recovery Homes

Offer homeless individuals a safe and welcoming place to stay while going through outpatient substance abuse treatment.

Community

Re-entry Homes

These homes make it possible for people exiting the criminal justice system to make a “soft landing” back into society.

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