Hale Lokahi Akahi
Housing for the Physically Disabled
Hale Lokahi Akahi, a long-term residence for the physically disabled, contributes to the maintenance or improvement of the residents' ability to live independently and productively in the community. Residents are encouraged to view their apartments as their homes and their stay has no predetermined duration. All 20 one-bedroom units are handicap-accessible.
(Please see Kaho'okamamalu for additional disability housing.)
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To be accepted as a resident of Hale Lokahi Akahi, you must meet the following criteria:
Be an adult (18 years and older) of any age, sex or ethnicity.
Be physically disabled by these conditions: visual impairment, hearing impairment, orthopedic or functional impairment, absence or amputation of limb.
Be able to provide for daily needs such as cooking, cleaning, and self-care.
Be highly motivated to live in the facility, comply with house rules and policies, make a commitment to move forward in personal growth and refrain from drug and alcohol abuse.
Hale Lokahi Akahi is a Section 8 HUD subsidized housing project, therefore rent is based on income.