Palolo Chinese Home (PCH) is a private, nonprofit, charitable organization. PCH is licensed by the State of Hawaii, Department of Health as an Adult Residential Care Home Type II (ARCH II) accommodating 50 residents. PCH is also licensed to operate an Intermediate Care/Skilled Nursing Facility (ICF/SNF) accommodating 61 residents and a Senior Day Care (SDC) accommodating 30 participants. We seek to promote and maintain the physical, mental and emotional well being of our residents in a secure, meaningful, cheerful, and caring atmosphere.

In meeting our charitable purposes, Palolo Chinese Home provides:

Residential and Campus-Based Program

  • Skilled Nursing and Intermediate Care
  • Senior Day Care
  • Overnight Respite Care 
  • Adult Residential Care Home (ARCH Type II)
  • Hospice Services
  • Rehabilitation Services -- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies

Community-Based Programs

  • Hawaii Neighborhood Outreach to the Aged (HiNOA) 
  • Meals to Go
  • Residential House Cleaning
  • Information and Referral Services

Food Service

For more information, a tour of our facilities, or to begin the Application Procedure,
 please contact our Admissions Coordinator, during office hours, 
 Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Hawaii Standard Time)

(808) 748-4911 (phone) • (808) 748-4916 (fax)

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2459 10th Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96816
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As an only child with two young children and aging parents to care for, I am fortunate to have found the Palolo Chinese Home Adult Day Care program.  Being a full-time caregiver to young children and elderly parents has been challenging and often exhausting. I appreciate that the day care is open seven days a week as it has allowed me to do fun, educational and recreational activities with my children, all the while knowing that my parents are well cared for.  The facilities at Palolo are clean and safe, and the staff members are cheerful and genuinely care about my parents.  When my father passed away last year, they were kind enough to reminisce with me and shared their own memories of him -- it made me feel as though they thought of him as part of their family too. My mother, who suffers from Alzheimer's, continues to attend the program daily.  She has found comfort in the routine and feels safe with the staff. They have supported her since my father passed away and even play hanafuda with her -- something that she looks forward to!

Rene Tottori