Oahu Homeless Help Card

Please visit www.honolulu.gov for updates on Hurricane Lane and details on the evacuation procedures.

You can also check us out on our Facebook page at  www.facebook.com/aleabridge to learn how you can help in our efforts to help our unsheltered homeless friends and neighbors.

Thank you for your continued support of our mission, and your willingness to help the most vulnerable in our community.

Series of recent articles, news reports, and radio interviews providing an overview of ALEA Bridge, and highlighting our efforts to make an impact in the community‚Äč

  January 23, 2018                              August 11, 2017
  January 9, 2018                                July 7, 2017

  December 14, 2017                          June 14, 2017
  September 21, 2017                         June 1, 2017

  August 30, 2017                                May 27, 2017

  August 23, 2017                                May 5, 2017


2018 Point-In-Time Count Schedule

General Volunteer Training
For volunteers during Count Week (attend one only).
Jan 16, 2018 (6:30-8pm)
LDS Avocado Chapel
538 Avocado St, Wahiawa

Jan 18, 2018 (6:30-8pm)
LDS Waialua Chapel
66-842 Kaukonahua Rd, Waialua

Count Week
Wahiawa (Mililani, Wahiawa, Whitmore)

Staging at the Avocado Chapel (538 Avocado St., Wahiawa)
1/22/18 (Mon) 8am-12noon
1/23/18 (Tue) 2-6pm

North Shore (Mokuleia, Waialua, Haleiwa, Pupukea, Sunset)
Staging at the Waialua Chapel (66-842 Kaukonahua Rd, Waialua)
1/24/18 (Wed) 8am-12noon
1/25/18 (Thu) 2-6pm

We NEED volunteers and donations

Please call 808-379-ALEA (2532)email info@aleabridge.org

OR sign up directly online to help in Wahiawa or the North Shore.



Waipahu Homeless Resource Fair

Partnered up with the Hawaii Plantation Village, USVets, State Coordinator on Homelessness, and 16 other service providers. Very pleased with the outcomes of the event, as over 60 homeless campers from the surrounding area were connected with services.