About IHS, The Institute for Human Services, INC.
Last-Modified: 2021-05-11 23:52:43
Provides meals, hot showers, clothing, separate shelters for men and women and families with children, social services, and health services to the homeless.
Makes available additional services of mail and limited storage.
Offers individualized case management with referrals for literacy, free legal services, and computer skills training.
Also offers: in-house volunteer work program with incentives, Alcoholics Anonymous, Veterans Administration Outreach Program, free legal services and Employment Support Program, Hina Mauka Substance Abuse outreach services, on-site health screening and primary care by Kalihi Palama Health Center; housing placement assistance and homeless prevention services; Ohana food pantry open to the public on the 4th Thursday of each month at 1:30 p.m.
at Sumner; helps clients become self-sufficient or places in more stable housing as resources are available.
SERVICE AREA: Oahu.
FEES: Monthly fee due at intake; Fee may be waived as needed.
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Screening interview - face-to-face.
INTAKE PERSON: Guest Relations Specialist (GRS)
LANGUAGES: English, Chinese, Ilocano, Tagalog, Visayan, Vietnamese, Samoan, Hawaiian, Chuukese
ACCESSIBILITY: Barrier-free for disabled.
TRANSPORTATION: Rides not provided by agency.
ADDITIONAL PHONES: Women & Families Shelter: 447-2800
Men's Shelter: 447-2900
Volunteer Services: 447-2811/2842
ADDITIONAL INFO: Women's shelter is at
546 Kaaahi St.
Men's shelter is at
350 sumner st.
services: bathing facilities
congregate meals/nutrition sites
drug abuse education/prevention
rent payment assistance
rental deposit assistance
temporary mailing address
utility deposit assistance