Service-Learning | No Mo' Haus' Project: IHS

IHS Homework Club & Keiki Co-op

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About the Shelter

The Institute of Human Services provides respite for those who are unsheltered and offers solutions that transform the lives of homeless and at-risk people.
IHS Women and Family Shelter, 546 Ka‘aahi St., Honolulu, HI 96817, Ph.: 447 2800; Fax 845 7190. Website:

Two programs are linked to service-learning.

The IHS Homework Club is an after-school program designed to help K-12 students with homework and/or facilitate other activities that meet the needs of each individual. A second program, the IHS Keiki Co-op, is offered on weekday mornings. Parents are encouraged to attend WITH their kids (0-4 years old), and the co-op facilitates child development, parenting skills, and assessment of progress.


Project Details - 12 hour minimum per semester is strongly recommended

IHS Homework Club : 2:30pm-5pm. Shifts can be arranged during this time frame on weekdays (Monday-Friday).

IHS Keiki Co-op : 9am-12pm. Shifts can be arranged during this time frame on weekdays (Monday-Friday).

Where: 546 Ka‘aahi St., Honolulu, HI 96817


Training takes place before your first hours of service begin. Thereafter, your site coordinator will give you instructions for each day's activities, and she will also debrief with you at the end of each shift.

Trainings & service shifts will be between 2:30-5:00 on weekdays.  Scheduling is done on an individual basis; contact Angela to begin.

Contact Information

IHS Site Supervisor:

Angela Dumais (, Children's Program Coordinator 447-2821.
For both training and scheduling, please contact Angela.