Founded in 1970, Hale Kipa is a non-profit agency that helps at-risk youth and their families. The group started as a single shelter on the island of Oahu founded by the Honolulu Police Department, Family Court, and the Junior League. The organization was initially founded as a safe haven for distressed teenagers leaving home and needing support. Hale Kipa targets higher-risk youth in the juvenile justice, child welfare, and child and adolescent mental health systems, and so called "abandoned" youth whose primary needs are housing, family stabilization, skill building, resources . . .
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