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How A Single Van Is Helping Hawaii’s Homeless Find (And Keep) Jobs

How A Single Van Is Helping Hawaii’s Homeless Find (And Keep) Jobs

 
 

How A Single Van Is Helping Hawaii’s Homeless Find (And Keep) Jobs

By Chris D'Angelo, 3/22/16

new mobile employment center on the Hawaiian island of Oahu is bringing work opportunities — and hope — directly to homeless and at-risk residents.

With 7,260 homeless people, Hawaii has the highest rate of homelessness per capita of any state in the nation. And according to Kimo Carvalho, a spokesman for the Institute for Human Services, a Honolulu nonprofit, one of the biggest challenges for service providers is to meet homeless residents where they are, rather than relying on them to find their own way to IHS’ downtown center.

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