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EVICTION MORATORIUM RESOURCES

Posted on Aug 25, 2021 in Main, News

I received an eviction notice from my landlord.  What should I do? Contact the State Landlord-Tenant Hotline (808-586-2634) or a legal services agency, such as the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii (808-536-4302), to seek information about your rights as a tenant.  Please know that the landlord-tenant law has changed due to the impact of Act ...
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IDENTIFICATION AND VITAL DOCUMENTS

Posted on Aug 23, 2021 in Main, News

The lack of a valid government identification document (I.D.), or vital documents needed to obtain an I.D. card, can be a huge barrier to housing and employment for many people experiencing homelessness.   Please read below for information on resources to assist with obtaining valid government I.D. or other related vital documents (e.g. Social Security Card, ...
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COVID-19 RESOURCES

Posted on Aug 22, 2021 in Main, News

Where can I find information about COVID-19 testing and vaccination? The video above is a webinar sharing information about free testing for homeless shelter facilities through the federal Operation Expanded Testing (ET) program.  To sign up for testing through this program, your facility may go to https://letsendthistogether.com and click on ‘Start Testing Today.’  You may ...
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2021 OUTREACH PROVIDER MAP

Posted on Aug 14, 2021 in Main, News

Landlord Resource Guide

Posted on Aug 12, 2021 in Main, News

We are excited to announce that previously recorded versions of our webinar series “Connecting On The Road To Home” will be available on NA Leo ‘O Hawai’i. Na Leo ‘O Hawai`i provides television access to facilitate diverse community dialogue and educational awareness for the citizens of Hawai`i island. This same access is utilized for County ...
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In partnership with ‘Ōlelo Community Media, a previous recording from our monthly webinar series titled “Connecting on the Road to Home “ will air on ‘Ōlelo station OLELO53 beginning August 4, 2021 and ending August 10, 2021. Viewership is important to our program’s success and to the relevance of Community Access, so please tune in ...
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CRISIS CARDS – YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Posted on Mar 11, 2021 in Main, News

Partners in Care Board Member, Marya Grambs, volunteered to create the Crisis Card below to provide critical resources to support the community during the pandemic.   To request copies of the Crisis Cards, please contact (808) 586-0193 or e-mail [email protected]  Mahalo to Marya for your assistance in providing this resource to the community!  

Vaccination Resources

Posted on Feb 5, 2021 in Main, News

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2021 Legislative Priorities

Posted on Feb 4, 2021 in Main, News

 The Hawaii Interagency Council on Homelessness, in partnership with practicum students from the University of Hawaii at Manoa Thompson School of Social Work and Public Health, have developed a series of infographics below to assist in advocating for legislative priorities, and navigating the Hawaii State Legislature during the 2021 legislative session.  Please click on ...
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