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Hawaii's Homeless: Hawaii's Dream Service Center

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Part of the acreage in Kunia that could become the service center Part of the acreage in Kunia that could become the service center
The proposed area for Hawaii's Dream Service Center The proposed area for Hawaii's Dream Service Center
The service center project proposes having transitional housing for homeless people The service center project proposes having transitional housing for homeless people

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Tonight Ramsay Wharton takes us to Kunia to tell show us how 204 acres of land could become 'A Dream Come True' for Hawaii's homeless and needy. Check out the plans for the Hawaii Dream Service Center.

Hawaii Dream Service Center:
http://hawaiidreamservicecenter.org/

H-5 Hawaii Helping the Hungry Have Hope:
http://www.h5hawaii.org/ 

Homeless Service Organizations:
http://www.hud.gov/local/hi/homeless/serviceorgshonolulu.cfm

Hawaii Housing Authority:
http://www.hcdch.state.hi.us/faqs/homelessprograms.html

If you missed Ramsay's earlier stories, check them out here.

Part I: Life's Not a Beach
Part II: Living in the Bush
Part III: Keiki in Crisis
Part IV: Sheltered Life
Part V: Transitioning Out

Contact Ramsay: rwharton@hawaiinewsnow.com

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