(Request from Jessica in Honolulu, Hawaii) I am a mother of 3 and my husband (who is the breadwinner of our family) is going to jail. I am currently attending medical transcription courses online, but will not be graduating until July 27 of this year. I have no savings to speak of, and I am not currently working. […]
(Request from Kauanoe in Kailua Kona, Hawaii) Information on rental assistance in Kailua, Kona.
(Request from Stephanie in Ewa Beach, Hawaii) Me and my three children were living with my mother. Because of a disagreement, she has kicked us out. I have a good job but no money saved. I don’t know what do to. My children are bouncing from relatives homes to keep a roof over their head and […]
(Request from Denise in Aiea, Hawaii) I am behind on my rent and my landlord wants us to move out before December 31st. I have a place for us to move into temporarily but we cannot get into there until Mid January. My landlord is asking if I will move before December 31st or they will […]
The Kaua‘i County Housing Agency is the primary means of rental assistance to Kauai tenants who are unable to afford regular rental rates. This rental assistance is administered through the agency, which is the local recipient of federal Section 8 funding.
Maui Economic Opportunity (MEO) is a nonprofit organization that operates a rental assistance program to help tenants who have experienced financial problems.
The staff and volunteers at Helping Hands Hawaii are world class, and the organization gets a lot of support from United Way partners, the government and the public. Part of that broad support means that there is often funding available to help families struggling to meet their rent.
Raising a child alone is hard enough, and doing it in one of the most expensive states of the union is even tougher. If you are working but do not earn enough money to get by on, you might actually qualify for rental assistance. Aid for single moms is available in Honolulu.