Disaster Recovery

We’ve got help.

 

Unprecedented and record-breaking flooding across our island on April 14, 2018. Various communities including Koloa, Lawai, Anahola, Keapana, Hanalei, Wainiha, and Haena were affected or majorly damaged as a result of the heavy rains and flood waters. At least seven homes have been reported as destroyed.

 

Thankfully, our community rallied together, and with the help of residents, neighbor islands, friends near and far, Kauai persevered through the early days and weeks of disaster relief work which entailed ensuring people’s safety, organizing food and water supplies, and cleaning out homes and land.

 

Through the generosity of donors like Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Hawaiian Airlines, and individuals, Kauai Habitat has the resources to assist affected residents with their repair or rebuilding needs during the long road of disaster recovery.

Income Limits for Disaster Recovery

Household Size
Your gross household income must not be more than this amount:

1

$ 60,900

2

$ 69,600

3

$ 78,300

4

$ 87,000

5

$ 94,000

6

$100,950

7

$107,900

8

$114,850

Need help with repairs?

 

Kauai Habitat’s Pathways to Permanence program offers assistance for households who have been affected by the 2018 April flood. To qualify for the program, a household must be 100% or below the Kauai Median Income (see chart). A completed Intake Form is required, along with accompanying documents as noted on the form.

 

Assistance is available for owner/occupants, with limited resources for renters.