The Salvation Army will host the 12th annual Health Fair for the Homeless at its Kahului location at 45 W. Kamehameha Avenue on Friday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The one-of-a-kind health fair is designed to help Maui's homeless population with their essential needs through the assistance of service agencies and vendors.
"This day provides a special opportunity for anyone unsheltered to come to a 'one-stop shop,' where a full range of healthcare and homeless services will be readily accessible," said Major Brian West, Salvation Army Maui County coordinator.
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All services are provided free on-location.
Free food will also be served along with door prizes awarded to lucky participants.
Some of the services offered by 19 participating agencies include AIDS testing, dental services, legal help, housing placement, elder and disability services, job opportunities, financial assistance, mental health and family planning services.
The Salvation Army welcomes donations that can be distributed to the homeless at the fair. Donations may include new and unused hygiene products for men and women, slippers, blankets and towels, backpacks, sleeping bags, tents, tarps and propane stoves.
Donations may be dropped off at 45 W. Kamehameha Ave.
The Salvation Army is a charitable organization serving Hawai'i's people for more than century. It provides social services to those in need without discrimination. Many people have come to rely on The Salvation Army for assistance particularly food, clothing and shelter.