VERY excited with this upcoming partnership!
Hope Purpose Success
ALEA Bridgeis a Non-Profit Organization established in January 2016, with a mission to empower people in need to achieve self-sufficiency through genuine compassion and innovative, community-based solutions. We have a vision of reducing homelessness on Oahu through the delivery of quality, comprehensive services and effective partnerships; continually striving to Break the Cycle, and Reverse the Trend of homelessness. With values of compassion, commitment, respect, and integrity, we serve as the bridge that connects those in need to the resources & assistance necessary to rebuild a life of Hope, Purpose, and Success.
Point-In-Time Count 2019
Come out and volunteer for the PIT Count this month, from January 22nd - 25th, with training & orientation sessions on the 8th, 10th, 15th, and 17th
(see flyer for more details).
You can sign up by clicking here or email your information and availability to
The PIT Count is very important in securing funding and resources for the most vulnerable in our community. Collecting data on homelessness and tracking progress can also increase public awareness and assist in addressing this critical social issue. In the last 2 years, the results of the count helped us to secure critical resources to assist the homeless, at-risk, and severely low-income in our region. And it helped to reduce the count of unsheltered homeless by 27 percent! We could not have done that without the help of all our volunteers. Thank you very much for your continued support of our mission to empower people in need to achieve self-sufficiency, and for helping us to Break the Cycle, and Reverse the Trend of homelessness
What's going on at ALEA Bridge?
SPREAD THE WORD
Post it, tweet it, share it. The more people you tell, the more help we can receive.
There's no shortage of media coverage regarding the homeless crisis in Hawaii. Below is a compilation of SOME of the stories produced through our major local media outlets.
Super proud of our team members...
recent graduates of KCC's CHW
(Community Health Worker) program.
Congratulations Cora, Joey, & Rose!
Let us know how you can help save lives.
Together, we can be the bridge for our friends and neighbors in need
Helping to change the community, Hawaii, and the world. One community at a time.
The Wahiawa HoM (Hale o Maluhia) - Resource & Navigation Center
The first and only facility of its kind in Central Oahu & the North Shore...coming soon!!!