ALEA Bridge is committed to being the bridge that connects those in need to the various resources and assistance necessary to rebuild a life of Hope, Purpose, and Success.
Aloha United Way
As an efficient, effective fundraiser for hundreds of local nonprofits, Aloha United Way provides those who want to support collective and sustainable impact with a trusted, transparent and meaningful way to invest in addressing critical issues in our community. Aloha United Way monitors the community impact goals, progress and financials of its partner agencies to ensure dollars are invested wisely to create sustainable and scalable impact.
Catholic Charities Hawaii
Serving Hawai‘i since 1947, Catholic Charities Hawai’i provides a wide range of social services with dignity, compassion, social justice, and a commitment to excellence. Through programs and advocacy efforts, Catholic Charities Hawai’i serves all people, especially those with the greatest need, regardless of their faith or culture.
As part of the largest private network of social service organizations in the United States, Catholic Charities Hawai‘i offers much needed programs and services statewide, serving tens of thousands of people each year.
Catholic Charities Housing Development Corp
Child and Family Service
We're here. No matter what.
We are partners with Hawaii’s families to help them address serious life issues, with life-changing results. We believe that positive change can happen. We help families move from the impossible, to the possible, to new possibilities.
We instill hope that gives people the courage to change.
The Community Health Outreach Work to Prevent AIDS Project (CHOW Project) was established in 1993. The CHOW Project is dedicated to serving individuals, families and communities adversely affected by drug use, especially people who inject drugs, through a participant-centered harm reduction approach. CHOW works to reduce drug-related harms such as but not limited to HIV, hepatitis B/C and overdose. CHOW supports the optimal health and well-being of people affected by drug use throughout the State of Hawaii.
Family Promise of Hawaii
The mission of Family Promise of Hawaii is to mobilize existing community resources to aid families with children experiencing homelessness and help them transition to sustainable independence.
Gregory House Programs
Gregory House Programs’ mission is to provide affordable housing assistance and supportive services to persons living with HIV/AIDS in Hawaii.
Hale Kipa, Inc. provides opportunities and environments that strengthen and encourage youth, their families and communities to actualize their potential and social responsibility.
Hawaii Appleseed Center for Law & Economic Justice
The Hawai‘i Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice is a nonprofit organization working to build a more socially just Hawaii, where everyone has genuine opportunities to achieve economic security and fulfill their potential. They change systems that perpetuate inequality and injustice through policy development, coalition building, and advocacy.
Serving Honolulu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii Counties. HMIS Administrator for the State of Hawaii, operated by C. Peraro Consulting, LLC (CPC).
Hawaii Housing Development Corporation
HHFDC is the State of Hawaii’s premier housing finance and development agency – your one-stop shop for information about affordable housing development and state-sponsored homeownership initiatives.
Hawaii Interagency Council on Homelessness
The Hawaii Interagency Council on Homelessness (HICH) was established in July 2011 through executive order by Gov. Neil Abercrombie. Composed of state department directors, federal agency representatives, and community leaders, the HICH was tasked with providing solutions to end homelessness and strengthen the continuity of efforts to end homelessness across future State of Hawaii administrations
Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence engages communities and organizations to end domestic violence through education, advocacy, and action for social justice. The Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (HSCADV) is a private, not-for-profit organization and is a statewide partnership of domestic violence programs and shelters.
Hawaii Youth Services Network
Hawaii Youth Services Network (HYSN) is a coalition for over 50 youth serving agencies and organizations statewide. It is incorporated as a 501(c) (3) organization and receives funding from the Family and Youth Services Bureau and the Office of Adolescent Health. The organization is a member of the Western States Youth Services Network(W SYSN) and the National Network for Youth (NNY)
Hawaiian Humane Society
The Hawaiian Humane Society’s mission is a joyful one full of challenges and opportunities. Since 1942, our busy shelter in the heart of Moiliili has become a community hub for animal lovers featuring programs and services focused on strengthening the human-animal bond: rescuing the abused, engaging volunteers, fighting for better laws and caring for more than 20,000 animals a year. As an animal welfare organization, the Society is also very much a people business; educating young and old and working to find solutions to the challenges of a diverse and fast-growing community.
Helping Hands Hawaii
Welcome and Aloha! Our mission is to strengthen our community by enhancing the quality of people’s lives through the delivery of goods and services to those in need.
Our Purpose & History: For thousands of local families and individuals each year, Helping Hands Hawai‘i means the difference between hope and despair, between sickness and health, between stagnation and growth. For these families and individuals, Helping Hands Hawai‘i defines a new quality of life — a chance to overcome the obstacles that block the way to meeting their full potential.
Healing and recovery through caring for the body, mind and spirit with dignity and respect.
For over 40 years, Hina Mauka has been committed to assisting people with mastering their addictions through encouragement and evidence-based practices. We help individuals overcome their dependence on alcohol and other substances through a mutual effort that builds long-lasting freedom from addiction.
Holomua Na `Ohana
Holomua Na ‘Ohana operates two service-enriched clean and sober transitional housing programs for homeless families on the island of O’ahu: Onemalu in Kalaeloa on the Leeward coast and Weinberg Village Waimanalo on the Windward side. Our primary focus is to offer housing to unsheltered families with minor aged children who are willing to work a program designed to assist them in removing barriers to employment and permanent housing.
Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc.
Honolulu Community Action Program, Inc. (HCAP) is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, delivering need-based human services to the economically challenged on the island of Oahu since 1965. Recognized as a Community Action Agency, HCAP’s mission is very deeply rooted in its responsiveness to the community and its needs. It is our belief and philosophy that no individual should be denied the opportunity to share and contribute fully to the best of his/her capabilities in the social and economic well being and prosperity of our society. Hence, HCAP is committed to alleviating the conditions of poverty on Oahu by promoting opportunities for the economically disadvantaged to attain greater social and economic mobility.
Housing Solutions, Inc.
Housing Solutions’ 700 apartments of transitional and long-term affordable
housing provide a powerful way for residents to escape poverty
Institute for Human Services, Inc.
IHS, The Institute for Human Services, Inc. is Hawaii’s oldest, largest, and most comprehensive human services agency focused exclusively on ending and preventing homelessness in Hawaii. IHS’ mission is to provide “respite for those who are unsheltered and solutions that transform the lives of homeless and at-risk people.” IHS’ vision is “a community where everyone has a right to, and responsibility for safe, decent, and affordable housing.”
The mission is to co-create a healthy, inclusive and productive farm-based community with homeless families, people with disabilities and youth.
Kalihi-Palama Health Center
Kalihi-Palama Health Center (KPHC) is an independent, 501 (c) (3) non-profit, organization that plays a crucial role in the Kalihi-Palama community as a provider of health and social services to patients who typically face significant barriers when accessing health care. KPHC is located in the heart of Kalihi-Palama; an urban, innercity community that is home to approximately 63,820 residents, many of whom are poor Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Island ethnic minorities. KPHC serves more than 20,000 patients annually.
Leeward Housing Coalition, c/o WCCHC
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center and a Federal Tort Claims Act Deemed facility. The Health Center is also a National Health Services Corps site.
Legal Aid Society of Hawaii
The Legal Aid Society of Hawai`i is a public interest, non-profit law firm dedicated to achieving fairness and justice for Hawai`i's people through legal advocacy, outreach and education for those in need. Established in 1950, Legal Aid has ten offices statewide, and over 100 staff members dedicated to achieving Legal Aid’s vision of “Building a Just Society.”
As our vision implies, we live in a society that is unjust or, at best, not yet just, with structural inequities, economic injustice, and unequal access to the justice system. To remedy this, our focus is on critical legal services for those in need, whether by providing direct services, helping people help themselves, advocating on behalf of others, or educating people. Providing legal services is our unique contribution.
Mayor's Office of Housing - City and County of Honolulu
Working together with various City and County of Honolulu departments, the Office of Housing (HOU) establishes policy and coordinates programs for affordable housing, senior housing, special needs housing, and the homeless. The office coordinates city efforts with state and federal agencies, as well as private and nonprofit organizations.
Mental Health Kokua
Mental Health Kokua (MHK) was founded in 1973 as a non-profit, Hawaii corporation, specifically to assist persons recovering from serious mental illness in achieving their optimum level of independent living in the community. Since our founding, building relationships with a handful of people in one house on Sierra Drive, MHK has grown to an organization serving a broad range of behavioral health needs, with 30 locations throughout Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and on the Island of Hawaii. Local. MHK’s community-based services are designed to reflect local community. We have governing board members representing each island location. Through timely, cost effective, and focused care, we enable people with mental illness/dual diagnosis to recover and move toward more independent ways of living in their community.
NAMI Hawaii is a partner in educating, advocating for and supporting people in our communities who are living with mental illness and its effects. Other partners are various agencies, professionals, our state system, employers, and family members. People with mental illness can recover, can return to lives they had once envisioned, but it takes an essential combination of contributions and relationships. Psychiatrists, therapists, case managers and family members all have significant influence. NAMI Hawaii is proud to offer programs of education and real-life recovery evidence both for families and the general public. We strive to raise public awareness and concern about mental illness and mental health conditions. The more people know about this illness, the less likely they will hold prejudiced, stigmatizing opinions.
Parents And Children Together
The mission of Parents And Children Together is to promote and support healthy individuals, families and communities by creating opportunities for them to identify and address their own strengths needs and concerns and successfully realize their potential.
PHOCUSED is a membership and advocacy organization for health and human services in Hawaii, which works together with community stakeholders to impact program and policy change for the most vulnerable in our state. Our commitment to the people is reflected in our name -- Protecting Hawaii's Ohana Children UnderServed Elderly and Disabled. We are guided by our mission and vision, and the shared commitment of our members to protect the interests of Hawaii's people.
PHOCUSED is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing the safety for, visibility of, and investment in children and adults in Hawai'i who are marginalized, impoverished, and under-served, and for whom access to health, human services and housing is critical.
Project Vision - Hawaii
Project Vision Hawai`i has the only mobile health screening programs in Hawai`i that provide statewide services in communities with significant access-to-care challenges related to income, lack of insurance, geographical location, or cultural conflict.
Residential Youth Services and Empowerment (RYSE)
Residential Youth Services and Empowerment (RYSE) seeks to create and operate access centers where Hawai‘i’s street youth can be assessed and referred to appropriate support services. Youth in the target range of 18-24 will have access to a safe temporary living space specifically designed to address their unique needs. The access center will also offer coordinated programs and services to build a path towards reintegration into mainstream society.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church.
Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Steadfast Housing Development Corporation incorporated as a non-profit entity in 1989 and combined experts in housing and mental health services to provide a community housing program for adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses. The mission is to provide housing and employment opportunities to persons with serious and persistent mental illness in pursuit of recovery and life goals of their choosing.
The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA)
VA is committed to ending homelessness among Veterans. The focus is threefold:
Conducting coordinated outreach to proactively seek out Veterans in need of assistance.
Collaborating with federal, state and local agencies; employers; housing providers, faith-based and community nonprofits; and others to expand employment and affordable housing options for Veterans exiting homelessness.
U.S.VETS is the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of comprehensive services to homeless and at-risk veterans.
With 21 residential sites and 9 service centers in 14 cities across 6 states, the District of Columbia and the territory of Guam, U.S.VETS provides vital services such as:
- Job placement
- Case management
- Employment assistance
- Drug and alcohol-free housing
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
The Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center is a non-profit organization governed by a community that addresses health disparities, improves population health, and reduces health inequalities despite financial and cultural barriers.
Waikiki Health Center
Waikiki Health provides compassionate healing and expert care that result in improved health and quality of life for all in our island community.
The mission of Waikiki Health is to provide quality medical and social services that are accessible and affordable for everyone, regardless of ability to pay.
Waimānalo Health Center
Waimānalo Health Center (WHC) is committed to providing the highest level of primary and preventive health services, with special attention to the needs of Native Hawaiians and the medically underserved, and improving the health and wellness of individuals and their `ohana regardless of their ability to pay.
WHC is a non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable 501(c)3 organization. WHC is also a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).
Our formal mission statement:
The YWCA USA is a women's membership movement nourished by its roots in the Christian faith and sustained by the richness of many beliefs and values. Strengthened by diversity, the YWCA draws together members who strive to create opportunities for women's growth, leadership, and power in order to attain a common vision: peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all people. The YWCA will thrust its collective power toward the elimination of racism wherever it exists and by any means necessary.