The Hawai‘i Interagency Council on Homelessness (HICH) is an advisory body, modeled after the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, that serves as a statewide homelessness planning and policy development entity with broad representation from State and County government and the community.
The HICH is chaired by the Governor’s Coordinator on Homelessness and consists of 27 members. The following is a list of HICH members and alternate members:
Pastor Daniel Kaneshiro, Faith-based Representative **Appointed by the Governor**
Mr. Dave Rolf, Business Community Representative **Appointed by the Governor**
The HICH developed and adopted the Ten-Year Strategic Plan to End Homelessness, and the State Framework to Address Homelessness. These documents are consistent with the approach taken by the USICH. Posted below are the 2012 Ten-Year Plan, and updated 2022 Ten-Year Plan and Framework adopted by the council:
Please note that the Ten-Year Plan is a living document and will be reviewed quarterly at the regular meetings of the HICH. If you have any feedback or suggested revisions to the Ten-Year Plan, please contact [email protected].