Kaua‘i Programs and Services

Catholic Charities Hawai‘i’s Kaua‘i community office was founded in 1992 in response to the devastation brought forth by Hurricane Iniki to the island. Since then, CCH staff has provided an array of social services to assist community members. They include:

Provides limited financial assistance to families facing temporary financial hardship typically related to urgent housing needs (rent, deposit, utilities) and small gap needs (bus passes, school uniforms, or safety gear for work); requires concurrent enrollment in the Asset Building Program.

We provide home study and case management services for children statewide who are being reunified with biological parents or who are being considered for foster or relative placement. We also monitor and ensure safe and stable placement of children in foster or relative care.

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We help homeless veterans and those at risk of homelessness and their families achieve housing stability by providing resources that help them become or remain permanently housed.

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Free to low income folks during walk-in hours; includes use of the telephone for a limited time for job or housing search, and copies of necessary documents.