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Provisional Outdoor Screening and Triage (POST) Facility

 
The objective of this facility is to provide additional screening, triage and overflow facilities to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among the homeless population.

What is POST?

This facility serves as a temporary resource for homeless persons who are:

  • Unable to access shelters due to current capacity issues
  • In need of a place to self-quarantine as a result of the statewide mandatory quarantine for incoming arrivals
  • Unable to practice physical distancing and hygiene at their current unsheltered location

Where is POST?

Red POST has been launched at Ke‘ehi Lagoon Beach Park and provides meals, hygiene, and security.

How is POST Organized?

Homeless persons will be offered a RED or YELLOW POST Facility unit based on availability and the request of each individual, couple, or family. If no symptoms develop during the 15-day lock down in a RED POST, persons will be moved into the BLUE POST Facility and are eligible for shelter intake, housing, or other services.

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Is POST pet-friendly?

Yes, POST is a pet-friendly facility, and it is available 24/7. For more information, please call (808)-768-HONU (4668).

 
Last reviewed on April 22, 2020