Our Programs & Services

First Contact
We extend a warm aloha to every individual upon entrance followed by an assessment of needs. We promise to act as advocates and give individuals the tools necessary to lead happy and healthy lives. Our case managers work with our clients to create action plans that reflect individual goals and help them work toward meeting those goals.
Emergency Housing Program
Our Emergency Housing Program is a vital resource for people facing homelessness. We provide safe, secure shelter and hot meals in addition to case management services.
Transitional Housing Program
Clients entering the Transitional Housing Program work towards maintaining self-sufficiency with support from a case manager. Housing is combined with wrap-around services to assist the individual with developing stability in their lives. The path toward stability may include studying for the G.E.D., vocational training, learning to manage money, paying down debt or saving up for a home.
Chemical Dependency Program
KHAKO offers a comprehensive chemical dependency education program designed to promote awareness of the negative consequences of addiction on the individual and their families. Our program is designed around the Matrix Model and implemented by credentialed professionals. We also offer comprehensive assessment tools to determine the needs of each client for effective case management that leads to higher levels of success.
Children's Services
As parents work to get back on their feet, their children receive quality care. Every child is assigned their own case manager to monitor their health, safety, and educational growth. Children Case Managers also link children and families to helpful resources available in the community and coordinate after-school programs.
Rental Assistance Program

The goal of the Rental Assistance Program (RAP) is to provide supplemental assistance to qualifying individuals and families for rental or utility assistance, case management, and ancillary services to support them in making the adjustment to market rental housing and economic self sufficiency. For more information, contact our RAP Specialist at (808) 446-8129.

Community Collaborations

Grow the Change

Our friends at Grow the Change have transformed an unused drainage ditch on our property into an organic garden that serves as a place of empowerment, health and healing, intergenerational sharing, soil regeneration, mentorship and abundance. If you’re interested in learning more, donating or volunteering with Grow the Change visit their facebook page facebook.com/growthechange or website growthechange.org

Head Start & Early Head Start

We’ve partnered with Maui Economic Opportunity and Maui Family Support Services to provide Head Start programs on site. Head Start is a federal program that provides early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to qualifying families. The program is designed to foster stable family relationships, enhance children’s physical and emotional well-being and establish an environment to develop strong cognitive skills.

Malama I Ke Ola Health Center

Malama I Ke Ola Health Center was founded in 1993 to meet the community demand for health services for the homeless, poor and underserved. They have a satellite office at both our Wailuku and Lahaina sites and offer a comprehensive range of health services including behavioral health services.

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