Maili Land Transitional Housing Program

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Maili Land Transitional Housing Program is managed and operated by Catholic Charities Hawai‘i. It is a 44-unit facility located in Leeward O‘ahu.

The program helps transition homeless families back into a home of their own while teaching life skills and self-sufficiency. There is a 24 month maximum stay.

The Maili Land program is a template to solving Hawai'i's homeless problem. Homeless shelters, by comparison, are much more expensive in the long run and have a poorer record of transitioning the homeless.

External links

  • Mā‘ili Land Transitional Housing Program Catholic Charities of Hawai'i.
  • Nichols, Katherine. The Hand Up -- Programs run by Catholic Charities Hawai'I help 25,000 people a year. Sermon-free. Honolulu Magazine, February 2006.
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