Waikiki Health Center
The Hawaii Homeless Health Care Project (HHHCP) is a cooperative effort of four private, nonprofit health care clinics: the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center, Kalihi-Palama Health Clinic, Community Clinic of Maui, and Waikiki Health Center.
Four clinics provide directly or make referrals for primary care, substance abuse services, emergency health care, inpatient referrals, mental health services, outreach, eligibility assistance, podiatry, and dental and vision services. Waikiki is fiscal agent for the project and also provides direct service. Waianae's focus is primary care, nutrition and health education, mobile health outreach, off-site clinical services, case management, and benefits assistance. Kalihi-Palama operates three satellite facilities in downtown Honolulu. Waikiki operates CARE-A-VAN mobile outreach. Community Clinic of Maui operates three sites in Wailuki and Lahaiha.
The Hawaii Department of Health facilitates project design, implementation, and evaluation. An organization of primary health care providers has been established to develop an insurance program for unemployed citizens.
Estimated homeless population: 6,000
Patients served: 5,500
Community Clinic of Maui1881 Nani Street Wailuku, HI 96793
- Dana Howeth
- (808) 871-7772
- (808) 872-4067
Kalihi-Palama Health Care for the Homeless904 Kohou Street Honolulu, HI 96817
- Leslie Uwehara
- (808) 791-6370
- (808) 545-1161
Waianae Coast District Comprehensive Health and Hospital Board, Inc.86-260 Farrington Highway Waianae, HI 96792
- Theresa Gonsalves
- (808) 696-1449
- (808) 696-7093