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New center will address ‘gap’ in homeless treatment

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                                Masaniai Castro, with Institute for Human Serv­ices, and Kaumakapili Church volunteer Anne Leake toured the shower and laundry room at ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center on Wednesday.
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Masaniai Castro, with Institute for Human Serv­ices, and Kaumakapili Church volunteer Anne Leake toured the shower and laundry room at ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center on Wednesday.

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                                At top is one of the rooms in the facility, which has beds for eight clients.
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At top is one of the rooms in the facility, which has beds for eight clients.

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                                The new ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center, next to the Institute for Human Services’ women’s shelter on Kaaahi Street, used to be a two-story pet hospital. It includes seven kennels so clients can bring their animals.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

The new ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center, next to the Institute for Human Services’ women’s shelter on Kaaahi Street, used to be a two-story pet hospital. It includes seven kennels so clients can bring their animals.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Masaniai Castro, with Institute for Human Serv­ices, and Kaumakapili Church volunteer Anne Leake toured the shower and laundry room at ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center on Wednesday.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                At top is one of the rooms in the facility, which has beds for eight clients.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The new ‘Imi Ola Piha triage center, next to the Institute for Human Services’ women’s shelter on Kaaahi Street, used to be a two-story pet hospital. It includes seven kennels so clients can bring their animals.