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U.S. VETS Waianae celebrates 15 years serving local homeless families

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Case Manager - U.S. VETS - Wai'anae

U.S. VETS Wai'anae celebrates 15 years serving local homeless families.

WAIANAE, Hawaii (KITV4) -- U.S. VETS - Waianae is celebrating it's 15th anniversary of providing shelter, workforce development and comprehensive services to homeless families and veterans in Hawaii.

“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S.VETS kept our doors open to provide services to homeless families on O’ahu,” explains Tanya Brown, Executive Director for U.S.VETS-Wai’anae. “As restrictions begin to be lifted, and the need for help by those affected by the pandemic increases, we look to expand our services, including introducing a new talent center to help our community return to work.”

The group says the he pandemic has created an even greater need for homeless services.

U.S. VETS Wai'anae celebrates 15 years serving local homeless families

Wai'anae Civic Center - U.S. VETS - Wai'anae

U.S. VETS Wai'anae celebrates 15 years serving local homeless families

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