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Quiet shelter helps 'reboot' homeless vets

By Rob Shikina

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 20, 2014

~~<p>The Institute for Human Services is holding a private blessing Thursday for a house serving as a small emergency shelter for homeless veterans in Kalihi Valley<em>.</em></p>
<p><em>Since opening in August, VET house, short for Veterans Engaged in Transition, has </em>functioned, for eight tenants, as a refuge from the crowded IHS men's shelter in Iwilei.</p>
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The Institute for Human Services is holding a private blessing Thursday for a house serving as a small emergency shelter for homeless veterans in Kalihi Valley.

Since opening in August, VET house, short for Veterans Engaged in Transition, has functioned, for eight tenants, as a refuge from the crowded IHS men's shelter in Iwilei. Login for more...



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