Hawaii Housing Grants Resources
Please find below resources for Hawaii housing grants.
Hawaii Public Housing Authority
Hawaii Public Housing Authority has many programs to be offered to many deserving Hawaii residents to help them achieve affordable housing. Their Homeless Programs are designed to further assist homeless families and individuals. With the help of certain outreach agencies, the homeless people can be given temporary shelters as well as convenient services for up to six weeks.
Meanwhile, public housings offered by the Hawaii Public Housing Authority are being addressed in terms of Federal Public Housing, State of Hawaii Public Housing, and the State of Hawaii Rental Supplement Program. Other than that, the organization has a list of other housing programs that greatly benefit interested families and individuals with regard to finding for the perfect housing program to fit their needs. In addition, it also provides adequate seminars and trainings so the residents will have in-depth knowledge not only with their respective housing program but regarding all other details that should be implied to help them achieve better residency.
1002 North School Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
Public Housing Application: (808) 832-5960
Application Information for Hearing Impaired (TDD): (808) 832-6083
Section 8 Subsidy Programs Branch: (808) 832-6040
Outer islands may call HPHA toll free by dialing:
Kauai: (808) 274-3141 and then 24692
Maui: (808) 984-2400 and then 24692
Hawaii: (808) 974-4000 and then 24692
Molokai/Lanai: (800) 468-4644 then 24692
Hearings Office: (808) 832-6009
Compliance Office (Fair Hsg Officer): (808) 832-4690
Construction Mgmt Section: (808) 832-5315
Property Management & Maintenance Branch: (808) 832-4693
Pacific Housing Assistance Corp.
Pacific Housing Assistance Corp. gives excellent housing opportunities to families individuals who have low and moderate income. It also offers appropriate housing projects and services to senior citizens throughout the State Of Hawaii. Among the most convenient services rendered by the company is providing sufficient second mortgage financing. In this way, the value of the housing projects will be more affordable.
To date, the company intended to break ground at Iwilei for the benefit of the senior citizens in the area. In fact, it is planning to build around one hundred sixty comfortable units. The cost of the entire project is around $66.9 Million.
For almost thirty years now, Pacific Housing Assistance Corp has already developed 1,600 affordable housing units that value about $200 Million.
The said organization is a non-profit organization. Feel free to contact them so they can assist you as soon as possible with your low income housing assistance inquiries and needs.
677 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, HI – 96813
Department of Hawaiian Homelands
Through the Department of Hawaiian Homelands, a series of housing assistance has been provided by the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) for the deserving Native Americans. Indian Housing Block Grant has been established since year 2000 to fund the housing projects in the area. In this way, there will be more beneficiaries to take advantage of the wonderful program of improving their lives by means of having home ownerships at their finest. This same grant has more than sufficient funds provided to different community organizations, as well as both non-profit and for-profit organizations for delivering housing related projects.
Since 1960’s, the organization has been around with the main purpose of administering and managing home land programs and home lands trust in Hawaii. To this date, the Department of Hawaiian Homelands is one of the most important agencies under the Executive Branch of the State of Hawaii.
91-5420 Kapolei Parkway
Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Office of the Chairman
Phone: (808) 620-9501
Fax: (808) 620-9529
Albert “Alapaki” Nahale-a, Chairman
Michelle Kauhane, Deputy Chair
Wai’ale’ale Sarsona, Chief of Staff
Information & Community Relations Office
Phone: (808) 620-9590
Fax: (808) 620-9599
City and County of Honolulu Department of Community Services
This agency provides home repair loans for homeowners with low incomes so they can be able to repair parts of their loans to meet the standard quality of basic housing. It offers only low interest loans to interested individuals who want to grab this opportunity to beautify their shelters. It also provides down payment loans with minimal interests that will greatly benefit families and individuals with moderate to low income, and even first time home buyers. This organization also has disaster assistance loans for homeowners who were hit by disasters. They provide residential repair loans to use in unhealthy and unsafe housing conditions caused by natural disasters. Meanwhile, for income-qualified home owners, they can take advantage of the solar roof water heating loans.
51 Merchant Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: (808) 527-5907