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Appropriation: "at least $110,000 shall be used to implement strategies that aim to prevent, control, and reduce violent crime, drug abuse, and gang activity in designated high-crime neighborhoods" (Ordinance 10-11)
Weed and Seed Program
Appropriation: "at least $1,090,000 shall be awarded to private non-profit organizations to implement human services, housing, urban renewal and community development programs" (Ordinance 10-11)
Catholic Charities - $50,000
Provide preparatory and remedial reading and math classes, as well as work readiness.
Hale Kipa - $65,000
Provide educational assistance, life skills development, and employment support and planning to at-risk youth.
Provide food, clothing, and basic household items and furniture to low-income individuals and families on
IHS, The Institute for Human Services - $195,000
Provide homeless people the opportunity to develop or enhance their basic work skills and work experience.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services - $65,000
Provide intensive case management treatment to residents at two IHS homeless shelters or neighboring areas.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services - $64,460
Provide routine homeless outreach in the Iwilei and
Mental Health Kokua - $65,000
Provide treatment for substance abuse, including crisis assessment and intervention, rehabilitation, and monitoring.
Parents and Children Together - $65,000
Conduct technology programs, performing arts classes, and job preparation and career development activities and events.
Provide emergency and transitional services at the 300-bed, 117 unit
Provide weekly mobile van visits for intensive outreach services, including medical, counseling, education, and housing.
In the Leeward areas of Kalaeloa and Makua, screen chronically homeless adults for mental health issues and provide case management services.
Waianae Community Outreach - $58,850
Perform night visits on the Leeward coast to serve the homeless. Conduct monthly weekend "Service Fair," distributing food, information, and referrals.
Provide intensive outreach and support to homeless people through drop-in centers or in Care-a-Vans.
Serve men individually and in groups, providing information and education and promoting awareness of sexual and reproductive health.
Provide intensive mental health outreach services to homeless people who are severely mentally ill.
Partner with Honolulu Police Department to implement Weed and Seed program in the
|Last Reviewed: Monday, March 19, 2012|