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Phone: 808.447.2800
546 Kaaahi St
Hawaii 96817

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Programs: While IHS is known for providing emergency shelter and food to the homeless and those most in need, we do far more through our array of eight services: Emergency Shelter and Services, Case Management, Community Food Programs, Children’s Enrichment Services, Outreach, Housing Placement Services, Pre-vocational and Employment Services, Health Services

IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc., is a comprehensive social services agency working to prevent and end homelessness in Hawaii. We are a 501(C)3 – a private, non-profit organization, that is solution oriented and positive outcome-driven. Our mission is to provide “respite for those who are unsheltered and solutions that transform the lives of homeless and at-risk people.” Our vision is ”a community where everyone has a right to, and responsibility for safe, decent, and affordable housing.”
In FY2012, we served over 5,000 people in at least one or more programs, helped prevent homelessness for 401 households (1,232 individuals) and assisted 516 households move from homelessness into stable housing (779 individuals).

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IHS is doing an outstanding job helping the those in need and encouraging others to help. They are very oraganized, passionate, yet humble about their work... more »
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IHS has helped so many in the community, not only the homeless, but also people who want to do something to help them. They were very gracious in encouraging and accepting Halloween goody bags from my son's class for the children served by IHS. Their staff member, Kate Bepko came to the school to ... more »
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I feel very fortunate in how things have turned out in my life. I look around and see the homeless population in Hawaii grow every day. The Institute for Human Resources attacks this problem head one and with compassion. I've been to their shelters. I've seen how much they do with the little ... more »
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