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Hawaii Drug Rehab Centers

Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kailua High School)
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (moanalua Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Mens House Big Island Substance Abuse Council
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: (808) 969-9994
Website: http://www.bisac.org/
Description: BISAC envisions a community where everyone can be free to live an enriched life of health, happiness and overall wellbeing. Treatment is geared towards treating the individual who abuses alcohol and other drugs, with the goal of reducing the destructive effects of substance abuse on individuals and the devastating consequences on the community. With BISAC’s encouragement and support, clients can feel long-term positive effects from participating in the program. They learn the skills to help prevent incidents of relapse, which can affect school, work, or family life. They can learn to stay free from new arrests or other criminal involvement. They gain the skills to reduce visits to the emergency room for any drug or alcohol related medical condition, benefitting themselves as well as the healthcare system. And for those clients who are parents, they learn parenting skills that help build a stable environment for their children. By providing clients with the necessary tools, exposing them to healthier living skills, and giving them purpose in life, BISAC is able to help improve overall quality of life.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Highlands Intermediate School
Location: Pearl City, HI - 96782
Contact Phone: (808) 453-6480x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kahuku High And Intermediate School
Location: Kahuku, HI - 96731
Contact Phone: (808) 293-8910x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kalaheo High School
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 254-7923
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (leilehua High School)
Location: Wahiawa, HI - 96786
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hina Mauka/ihs-sumner
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: (808) 537-2724
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka offers a unique service for homeless men and women at the Institute of Human Services’ (IHS) homeless shelters at Sumner Street. We engage prospective clients to encourage them to consider more extensive treatment as well as to provide formalized, low-intensity, outpatient treatment. Homeless individuals face unique challenges, and Hina Mauka’s programs for homeless clients do not require abstinence. Success is determined by our ability to create hope, support positive changes in life habits and encourage the client to seek higher levels of care.
KÅ« Aloha Ola Mau
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: (808) 961-6822
Website: http://www.kualoha.org/
Description: Kū Aloha Ola Mau (Kū Aloha) has served more than 8,000 persons dealing with substance and alcohol abuse and addiction since beginning our mission as Drug Addiction Services of Hawai`i (DASH) in 1976. Our compassionate, holistic approach to recovery centers around each participant or “haumana” (student), with the belief that anyone can recover from addiction. We have locations in Honolulu, Hilo and Puna. Approximately 400 persons are served daily, with more than half of these on Hawai`i Island. Our haumana seek recovery from addictions to substances including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, alcohol, marijuana, a combination of these drugs and other drugs of abuse. We know that both addiction and recovery do not happen in isolation, and that family members, children and loved ones are also in need of healing and recovery. While addiction can destroy even the most successful of families, the recovery process can help to deepen family members’ strength and understanding. Kū Aloha provides programs with staff that are creative, loving and committed. Research and state-of-the-art knowledge and interventions are combined with the wisdom of our culture to offer unique services to those seeking recovery and healing. Our team includes certified substance abuse counselors, social workers, physicians, RNs and LPNs, marriage and family therapists, outreach workers and volunteers from all walks of life. Kū Aloha Ola Mau carries on a legacy of advocating for the population it serves, fighting against the stigma and misinformation present in our society. Our experience working with our haumana has led us to believe that every person is unique and important.
Po'ailani Inc. - Outpatient Clinic
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 261-8741
Website: http://www.poailani.org/
Description: In 2011 the program celebrates 35 years of service in Hawaii. We are committed to providing cost effective quality service to our consumers in a community based setting. Our dedicated multi-disciplinary team includes paraprofessionals, certified substance abuse counselors and other licensed professionals. The mission of Po'ailani, Inc. is to provide dual diagnosis treatment and housing services in a continuum of care that is community-based and consumer-focused. Outpatient treatment services are focused on education, relapse prevention and recovery with specific interventions aimed at preparing the consumer for work, becoming re-involved in education and gaining community living and interpersonal skills. The program is structured to meet individualized needs.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kaua‘i High School
Location: Lihue, HI - 96766
Contact Phone: (808) 274-3173x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Pearl City High School
Location: Pearl City, HI - 96782
Contact Phone: (808) 454-5553
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Aliamanu Middle School
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96818
Contact Phone: (808) 421-4100x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (stevenson Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96822
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kapaa Middle School
Location: Kapaa, HI - 96746
Contact Phone: (808) 821-4470x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Waimea Canyon Intermediate School
Location: Waimea, HI - 96796
Contact Phone: (808) 338-6830x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Waimea High School
Location: Waimea, HI - 96796
Contact Phone: (808) 338-6810x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Child And Family Service - Kauai Office
Location: Lihue, HI - 96766
Contact Phone: (808) 245-5914
Website: http://www.childandfamilyservice.org/
Description: We are partners with Hawaii’s families to help them address serious life issues, with life-changing results. We believe that positive change can happen. We help families move from the impossible, to the possible, to new possibilities. We instill hope that gives people the courage to change. Our Family Centered, Full-Service Model
Hoomau Ke Ola - Residential Program
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: (808) 696-4266
Website: http://www.hoomaukeola.org/
Description: Ho‘omau Ke Ola’s highest level of care is found in its residential treatment program, which offers structured programming from wake up to lights out. This level of care offers residents a safe, stable, serene, and distraction-free environment in which to begin their road to recovery. Time spent in this environment is filled with both Western Best Practice curriculum and Cultural curriculum. Western curriculum include: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), trauma-informed care, social skills training, 12-step familiarization classes, smoking cessation classes, health and nutrition classes, physical recreation opportunities, gender specific process groups, cinema therapy, financial literacy and several other living skills classes. We have three counselors trained to provide the cognitive behavioral intervention for criminogenic behavior recommended by the Interagency Council on Intermediate Sanctions (ICIS). Cultural curriculum offered at HKO include: kūkulu kumuhana (statement of purpose), moʻokuaauhau (geneology), ʻoli (chanting), ka huakaʻi (migration), moʻolelo (storytelling), ʻike hana lima (craftmanship), paʻani kahiko (ancient games), hoe ka waʻa (canoe Ppaddling), hula basics to teach precision, self-discipline, perseverance, and spiritual connection, ohana day, mālama ʻāina in the loi, and Native Hawaiian crafting. A client’s length of stay is determined by their progression through levels of awareness, acceptance, willingness, and commitment. Average length of stay is two (2) months. Parties Responsible for Residential Program include State Department of Health-Alcohol and Drug Addiction Division, HUD (Housing and Urban Development) homeless grant through the City and County of Honolulu, and Family Drug Court and Hawai‘i Judiciary’s Adult Client Services, as well as any self-pay consumers.
Bobby Benson Center
Location: Kahuku, HI - 96731
Contact Phone: (808) 293-7555
Website: http://www.bobbybenson.org
Description: The Bobby Benson Center is a facility dedicated to offering Hawaii's adolescents the assistance they need in overcoming substance abuse. We firmly believe that our residential and day treatment programs provide a path to a brighter future for those struggling with chemical dependency. We invite you to explore our website and discover what the Bobby Benson Center has to offer -- a place of refuge, help and hope!
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (nanakuli High School)
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kailua Intermediate School
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 263-1500x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Substance Abuse Treatment Program Veterans Affairs
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 433-0660
Website: http://www.hawaii.va.gov/
Description: The VA Pacific Islands Health Care System (VAPIHCS) Honolulu provides a broad range of medical care services, serving an estimated 127,600 veterans throughout Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Olomana Youth Center
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 266-7874
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Malama Family Recovery Center (malama Na Makua A Keiki)
Location: Kahului, HI - 96732
Contact Phone: (808) 877-7117
Website: http://malamafamilyrecovery.org
Description: Mission: To provide caring, holistic substance abuse treatment to women and children with the goal of empowering families to live safe, independent and healthy lives
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kalakaua Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (farrington High School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kailua High School
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 266-7900x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Mililani High School
Location: Mililani, HI - 96789
Contact Phone: (808) 627-4294
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka - Waipahu Outpatient Office
Location: Waipahu, HI - 96797
Contact Phone: (808) 671-6900
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Mckenna Recovery Center - Honolulu Professionals Program
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96814
Contact Phone: (808) 591-0921
Website: http://www.mckennarecoverycenter.com/
Description: The HONOLULU PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM serves patients with drug or alcohol abuse or dependency and are certified professionals or students on track to these professions. Typically we see physicians, physician assistants, lawyers, pilots, nurses, flight attendants, professors, medical, law, and nursing students. The MANAGER'S RECOVERY PROGRAM serves business professionals, education professionals, individuals with advanced degrees, and college students. The confidential and private program includes provision for working with a monitoring agency if involved, or if desired; we will communicate with your EAP, SAP and/or employer. We include your family to help educate them on this disease and help them heal the hurt, and teach all skills for your recovery and their own.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Castle High School
Location: Kaneohe, HI - 96744
Contact Phone: (808) 233-5600x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At King Intermediate School
Location: Kaneohe, HI - 96744
Contact Phone: (808) 233-5727x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School
Location: Lihue, HI - 96766
Contact Phone: (808) 241-3200x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program Naval Medical Clinic
Location: Pearl Harbor, HI - 96860
Contact Phone: (808) 473-0650
Website: http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/nhch/
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Maui Youth And Family Services Inc. - Ho`omaka Hou Residential
Location: Makawao, HI - 96768
Contact Phone: (808) 579-8414
Website: http://www.myfs.org/hoomaka-hou.htm
Description: Ho`omaka Hou is a program offered by Maui Youth & Family Services to provide Hawaii with an adolescent residential substance abuse treatment center in Maui County. MYFS has expanded its residential services to include emergency youth shelters, group homes, independent living and community based residential programs . Ho`omaka Hou provides an alternative to adolescent residential substance abuse treatment off island. HO`OMAKA HOU is a residential substance abuse treatment program for youth whose problems with alcohol, other drugs, or issues related to substance abuse, warrant an intensive, structured therapeutic program, combined with a safe, controlled environment. It is designed to foster chemical independence for youth ages 12-17 by means of a comprehensive treatment program. A professional and paraprofessional staff is trained in substance abuse and adolescent care, and provides youth with 24 hour supervision.
Aloha House Inc. - Outpatient Services Clinic
Location: Wailuku, HI - 96793
Contact Phone: (808) 242-9733
Website: http://www.aloha-house.org/
Description: Aloha House, Inc. (AHI) is a private, nonprofit corporation established in 1977 for the purpose of providing outpatient and residential treatment for individuals addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Since that time the mission has expanded to include provision of comprehensive, family-centered behavioral health interventions for the prevention and treatment of individual and family dysfunction. Our Outpatient Substance Abuse/Addiction Treatment program provides comprehensive services to individuals who are chemically dependent. We also help family members of those dealing with addiction. This program is for individuals who do not need residential treatment or hospitalization – people live at home and can even keep working while in treatment. Services include individualized and comprehensive treatment planning, group counseling, education and individual and family counseling. Duration of treatment varies and is based on client need and staff recommendations.
Aloha House Inc. - Residential Treatment And Detoxification
Location: Makawao, HI - 96768
Contact Phone: (808) 579-9584
Website: http://www.aloha-house.org/
Description: Aloha House, Inc. (AHI) is a private, nonprofit corporation established in 1977 for the purpose of providing outpatient and residential treatment for individuals addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Since that time the mission has expanded to include provision of comprehensive, family-centered behavioral health interventions for the prevention and treatment of individual and family dysfunction. Our Residential Treatment program provides a structured living environment for those who need a real “time-out” from their daily lives in order to get better. Clients must come into treatment voluntarily. The program provides screening, assessment, nursing care, counseling, psychological services, case management, recovery education, discharge planning and assistance in developing sober support in the community. The Medically Monitored Detoxification program helps clients recover from substance dependence and acute symptoms of detoxification and then helps them access the most appropriate treatment needed. We provide 24/7 nursing services and medications to facilitate a safe detoxification as well as screening, assessment, counseling, treatment and discharge planning.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kapaa High School
Location: Kapaa, HI - 96746
Contact Phone: (808) 821-4401x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Sand Island Treatment Center/kline-welsh Behavioral Health Foundation
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 841-2319
Website: http://www.sandisland.com
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Mckenna Recovery Center - Ke Ala Pono - Hilo
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: (808) 969-7577
Website: http://www.mckennarecoverycenter.com/
Description: The Hilo program started in 1999 as an Adolescent Treatment Program and has since grown to meet community requests to serve the adult population. In Hilo area high schools, administrators call upon our Hilo Program Director when they identify students who need attention for substance abuse issues, and Ke Ala Pono Hilo is well recognized for our high standard of care. With the expertise of many years of experience providing treatment for substance abuse and addiction with both behavioral health skills and protocol, as well as the medical profession to address detoxification from opioids such as Vicodin, Oxy's, Percocet, methadone, heroin, and any co-occurring psychiatric condtions. We are careful to prescribe psychiatric medication that does not contradict the needs of a patient struggling with addiction. Education, Relapse Prevention, Family Issues, and Individual counseling are a part of our treatment protocol for you and your loved ones
Hina Mauka
Location: Waipahu, HI - 96797
Contact Phone: (808) 671-6900
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health
Location: Ewa Beach, HI - 96706
Contact Phone: (808) 671-8511
Website: http://www.kahimohala.org
Description: Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health is a center for health care services. Together, the hospital staff and the programs we offer, provide a relaxed and beautiful environment for personal restoration and growth. Kāhi Mōhala embraces an inter-disciplinary approach to services, incorporating an integrative perspective in emotional, physical, cognitive and behavioral health care treatment. Our Kāhi Mōhala C.A.R.E.S. philosophy (Culture of Aloha, Relationship Based, and Environment of Safety) enhances excellence of care by incorporating the feedback of both patients and staff in developing the most positive healing environment. Our 88-bed facility is located on 14.5 acres on the rural west side on the island of Oahu. We are Hawaii’s only freestanding, community-based, not for profit psychiatric hospital; serving the needs of not only individuals and families in Hawaii, but also those throughout the Pacific Rim. Kahi Mohala is accredited by The Joint Commission, certified by TRICARE and Medicare/Medicaid.
Waianae Coast Community Mh Center
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: (808) 696-4211
Website: http://www.wccmhc.org
Description: Hale Na`au Pono is a private non-profit corporation created by the people of the Wai`anae Coast to meet the needs of our community. Hale Na`au Pono, a Hawaiian name interpreted as "The House for Inner Balance", provides culturally and socially sensitive, community-based, behavioral health services for children and adults.
Hawaii Counseling And Education Center, Inc.
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 254-6484
Website: http://hcechawaii.com/
Description: The Hawaii Counseling and Education Center, Inc. (HCEC) has been providing a full range of counseling, education and training services since 1985. HCEC staff are approved providers for most of Hawaii's private health insurance carriers and are available to see clients by appointment seven days a week. The staff facilitates community workshops and anger management, domestic violence and youth restorative justice groups. It currently holds or has held contracts with the Hawaii State Judiciary, City & County of Honolulu, Hawaii State Departments of Education, Health and Public Safety and the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Habilitat Inc
Location: Kaneohe, HI - 96744
Contact Phone: (808) 235-3691
Website: http://www.habilitat.org
Description: For over 40 years, Habilitat has been motivating the unmotivated. It has long been recognized as one of the nation’s foremost residential substance-abuse treatment programs. With meager resources, Vinny Marino founded Habilitat on January 27, 1971, starting with only eight people housed in a small home in Kailua, Hawai`i. Vinny was determined to pursue his uncompromising commitment to address the growing epidemic of individuals with substance abuse problems and other anti-social behaviors. Over its long history, residents have included those from the local community as well as individuals from across the country and abroad. An integral component contributing to Habilitat’s success is its vocational training programs, with such diverse options as food services, masonry, landscaping, carpentry, telemarketing, administration and information technology. These on-the-job situations offer residents opportunities to cultivate and refine the principles that Habilitat emphasizes: self-respect, accountability, concern for others, constructive criticism, self-discipline, lifelong learning, and strong work ethic. Since its modest beginnings, Habilitat grew to accommodate 200 residents at its new oceanfront facility in Kane`ohe, Hawai`i. Consistently, through demonstration and positive results in helping thousands of individuals and their families, Vinny Marino maintained the highly acclaimed Habilitat. With increased responsibility generated by growth in Habilitat’s resident population, Habilitat initiated ways to remain self-sufficient. Fundraising projects such as Christmas tree sales, catering, national book sales, music production and our annual luau, auction and benefit concert help to maintain Habilitat’s goals of autonomy and self-reliance. Over four decades after its inception, Habilitat continues its mission to help people overcome their problems with substance abuse and other anti-social behaviors.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program.
Womens House Big Island Substance Abuse Council
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: (808) 969-9994
Website: http://www.bisac.org/
Description: BISAC envisions a community where everyone can be free to live an enriched life of health, happiness and overall wellbeing. Treatment is geared towards treating the individual who abuses alcohol and other drugs, with the goal of reducing the destructive effects of substance abuse on individuals and the devastating consequences on the community. With BISAC’s encouragement and support, clients can feel long-term positive effects from participating in the program. They learn the skills to help prevent incidents of relapse, which can affect school, work, or family life. They can learn to stay free from new arrests or other criminal involvement. They gain the skills to reduce visits to the emergency room for any drug or alcohol related medical condition, benefitting themselves as well as the healthcare system. And for those clients who are parents, they learn parenting skills that help build a stable environment for their children. By providing clients with the necessary tools, exposing them to healthier living skills, and giving them purpose in life, BISAC is able to help improve overall quality of life.
King Kekaulike High School Maui Youth And Family Services Inc
Location: Pukalani, HI - 96768
Contact Phone: (808) 579-8414
Website: http://www.myfs.org
Description: School-Based Services (Ke Ala Pono) - This program is available at almost all public middle and high schools in Maui County for students who are using/abusing substance or have family members who are doing so. Ke Ala Pono translates to "The Right Path" and includes on-site assessment, referral, treatment planning, education about addiction and coping skills, as well as individual and family counseling. It is a confidential program that provides students a safe haven to seek help without fear of reprisal. Our counselors are available to youth both before and after school and during the lunch hour. The program also includes group counseling when appropriate, as teenagers are group-oriented by nature. By building on that natural longing to belong, our counselors can offer an engaging and motivating program on the school campus.
Freedom Ranch Maui Incorporated
Location: Kihei, HI - 96753
Contact Phone: (808) 874-4876
Website: http://freedomranchmaui.org
Description: Freedom Ranch Maui Incorporated is a non-profit charitable, religious and educational organization established to bring alcoholics and addicts to reliance on the Creator for cure through prayer and study of His Word and becoming a new person in Christ. By Internal Revenue Service ruling, dated May 9th, 2006, and effective August 5th, 2003, Freedom Ranch has been ruled to have a Public Charity Status under section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi); and is exempt from Federal Income Tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. And as to which contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Code. It is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers, or gifts under section 2055, 2016, or 2522 of the Code. Freedom Ranch Maui Incorporated is founded on the premise that the Christian Fellowship of early Alcoholics Anonymous [aka. “Akron Group Number One”, led by Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith] provided the model and answer to alcoholism and other addictions through its Christian program developed and utilized between 1935 and 1938. The pioneer program was thoroughly and accurately reported to philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. by his associate Frank Amos. The Frank Amos report explicitly stated how “medically incurable” alcoholics had achieved “permanent cures” utilizing this practical program. The cures and the astonishing success rates of yesteryear are not even remotely paralleled today. Freedom Ranch Maui Mission has been and is: (1) To research, study, report on, publicize, and enable utilization of the exact methods and sources employed by the Akron A.A.’s pioneer program; (2) To demonstrate conclusively to our school and learning audience the potential for outstanding efficacy today through a simple and practical utilization of the early principles; and (3) Through school classes; online education, radio and TV and and analog presentations.; as well as lectures, retreats, seminars, and conference addresses, to educate and train leaders, teachers, and the afflicted themselves about the early A.A. program of recovery, rehabilitation, and Bible principles.
The Attorneys And Judges Assistance Program
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96813
Contact Phone: (808) 531-2880
Website: http://www.hawaiiattorneysassistanceprogram.com/
Description: The Attorneys and Judges Assistance Program was established by the Hawai'i Supreme Court Rule 16 to provide immediate and continuing assistance to attroneys, judges, and law students who suffer from disability or impairment which affect their professional performance for any reason. Under HSCT Rule 16, any information the AAP receives is confidential and privileged.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (waipahu Intermediate School)
Location: Waipahu, HI - 96797
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kapolei Middle School)
Location: Kapolei, HI - 96707
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kawananakoa Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96813
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (central Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96813
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (dole Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (jarrett Middle School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96816
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (wahiawa Middle School)
Location: Wahiawa, HI - 96786
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (ilima Intermediate School)
Location: Ewa Beach, HI - 96706
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kapolei High School)
Location: Kapolei, HI - 96707
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (mckinley High School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96814
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (aiea Intermediate School)
Location: Aiea, HI - 96701
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Big Island Substance Abuse Council - Outpatient Treatment
Location: Hilo, HI - 96720
Contact Phone: (808) 935-4927
Website: http://www.bisac.org/
Description: BISAC envisions a community where everyone can be free to live an enriched life of health, happiness and overall wellbeing. Treatment is geared towards treating the individual who abuses alcohol and other drugs, with the goal of reducing the destructive effects of substance abuse on individuals and the devastating consequences on the community. With BISAC’s encouragement and support, clients can feel long-term positive effects from participating in the program. They learn the skills to help prevent incidents of relapse, which can affect school, work, or family life. They can learn to stay free from new arrests or other criminal involvement. They gain the skills to reduce visits to the emergency room for any drug or alcohol related medical condition, benefitting themselves as well as the healthcare system. And for those clients who are parents, they learn parenting skills that help build a stable environment for their children. By providing clients with the necessary tools, exposing them to healthier living skills, and giving them purpose in life, BISAC is able to help improve overall quality of life.
Po'ailani Inc. - Pahia Specialized Residential Program
Location: Kaneohe, HI - 96744
Contact Phone: (808) 380-8127
Website: http://www.poailani.org/
Description: In 2011 the program celebrates 35 years of service in Hawaii. We are committed to providing cost effective quality service to our consumers in a community based setting. Our dedicated multi-disciplinary team includes paraprofessionals, certified substance abuse counselors and other licensed professionals. The mission of Po'ailani, Inc. is to provide dual diagnosis treatment and housing services in a continuum of care that is community-based and consumer-focused. The 16 bed residential program is licensed as a special treatment facility (STF) by the State Department of Health. A planned regimen of professionally directed services are provided 24 hours per day/7days per week. There are two different locations both with 16 bed male/female. Services include individual and group counseling sessions, education, medication management, skill building, recreational therapy and family services.
Comprehensive Health And Attitude Management Program Inc (c.h.a.m.p.) - Maui Location
Location: Wailuku, HI - 96793
Contact Phone: (808) 249-8784
Website: http://www.champclinic.com/
Description: Comprehensive Health and Attitude Management Program Inc (C.H.A.M.P.) is a leading opiate abuse treatment services provider in Hawaii with 2 locations Honolulu and Maui. C.H.A.M.P.'s primary mission is the reduction of the harm and restoration of life functioning for opiate abusing and opiate dependent adults by the provision of substance abuse treatment through methadone maintenance and methadone detox and support services for substance abusing adults and their families.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Mililani Middle School
Location: Mililani, HI - 96789
Contact Phone: (808) 627-9010x
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Kalani High School
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96821
Contact Phone: (808) 216-1425
Website: http://hinamauka.org/
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Paradise Research Publications, Inc.
Location: Kihei, HI - 96753-0837
Contact Phone: (808) 874-4876
Website: http://www.dickb.com
Description: Why this site by Dick B. on the history of A.A., and the people and organizations involved with successful Christian Recovery efforts which preceded and influenced Alcoholics Anonymous? We believe you should hear the whole A.A. history story if you are to receive and pass on the spiritual tools that A.A. offers to those who still suffer. But our primary focus is on “the rest of the story.” The fact is that there are countless untold, ignored, discarded, distorted, or omitted pieces of A.A. history that offer opportunities to still-suffering alcoholics and addicts to be lifted out of the mire, to seek the same cure that early AAs received, and to pursue a transformed life anew. The many resources here will supply what has been missing. They will highlight what AAs in misery, in confusion, and in repeated relapses can do if they learn and know what the original A.A. pioneers did in depending and relying upon the power and love of God. And in finding or rediscovering God through His Son Jesus Christ on the path found in the Bible.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (campbell High School)
Location: Ewa Beach, HI - 96706
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
KÅ« Aloha Ola Mau
Location: Keaau, HI - 96749
Contact Phone: (808) 982-9555
Website: http://www.kualoha.org/
Description: Kū Aloha Ola Mau (Kū Aloha) has served more than 8,000 persons dealing with substance and alcohol abuse and addiction since beginning our mission as Drug Addiction Services of Hawai`i (DASH) in 1976. Our compassionate, holistic approach to recovery centers around each participant or “haumana” (student), with the belief that anyone can recover from addiction. We have locations in Honolulu, Hilo and Puna. Approximately 400 persons are served daily, with more than half of these on Hawai`i Island. Our haumana seek recovery from addictions to substances including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, alcohol, marijuana, a combination of these drugs and other drugs of abuse. We know that both addiction and recovery do not happen in isolation, and that family members, children and loved ones are also in need of healing and recovery. While addiction can destroy even the most successful of families, the recovery process can help to deepen family members’ strength and understanding. Kū Aloha provides programs with staff that are creative, loving and committed. Research and state-of-the-art knowledge and interventions are combined with the wisdom of our culture to offer unique services to those seeking recovery and healing. Our team includes certified substance abuse counselors, social workers, physicians, RNs and LPNs, marriage and family therapists, outreach workers and volunteers from all walks of life. Kū Aloha Ola Mau carries on a legacy of advocating for the population it serves, fighting against the stigma and misinformation present in our society. Our experience working with our haumana has led us to believe that every person is unique and important.
Tri Service Addiction Recovery Facility (trisarf)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96859
Contact Phone: (808) 433-6098
Website: http://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/
Description: We are the premier addiction treatment facility in Hawaii, serving all Military beneficiaries residing in the Pacific Basin. Our Mission: To support readiness by treating those with substance related disorders and teaching others to do so – TREAT & TEACH. We provide comprehensive evaluation and addiction treatment services to Military, Retirees, and Dependents. We also provide weekly updates to referring agencies and offer on/off site Treatment Team Meetings
Asap Army Substance Abuse Program
Location: Schofield Barracks, HI - 96786
Contact Phone: (808) 433-8700
Website: http://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil
Description: The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), is located at the Schofield Barracks Health Clinic on the first floor of building 673. The ASAP provides a treatment format based on the American Society of Addictions Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria, along with the Joint Commission Association of Hospital Organizations (JCAHO) standards to ensure the quality of all services provided. This format stresses comprehensive multidisciplinary assessments and individualized variable treatment planning and programming, with emphasis on the least restrictive treatment setting. It is a multimodal approach consisting of psycho-education, training, and individual/ group counseling, with a special emphasis placed on involving those in rehabilitation in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous/ Narcotics Anonymous. Since alcoholism/ substance addictions are diseases that affect body, mind, soul, and spirit - treatment is organized to restore functioning in all these areas. Pharmacological treatment adjuncts such as Antabuse (disulfiram) and Revia (Naltrexone) may also be recommended to promote continued abstinence from alcohol/ substances. Family member support is essential for recovery, and family member participation is highly encouraged. Aftercare in the form of weekly group counseling and periodic evaluation is provided to complete the recovery process for periods up to one year.
Big Island Substance Abuse Council - School Based Program (pahoa Hs)
Location: Pahoa, HI - 96778
Contact Phone: (808) 935-4927
Website: http://www.bisac.org/
Description: Since 1964, BISAC has been inspiring individuals and families to reclaim and enrich their lives in the wake of the ravages of substance abuse. We offer a continuum of services that are culturally appropriate and aligned with the ever-changing behavioral health field. Our highly professional and caring staff are deeply committed to delivering services through our intensive outpatient, therapeutic living, adolescent school based services, adult mental health and Po‘okela vocational programs that truly make a difference in the lives of persons served and make our community a better place to live. Adolescent School Based Treatment: Outpatient treatment is provided at 31 different high, middle and charter schools throughout Hawai’i Island. We utilize an innovative treatment approach to substance abuse prevention, education and treatment.
Maui Youth And Family Services - School-based Services (lahainaluna High School)
Location: Lahaina, HI - 96761
Contact Phone: (808) 662-4000
Website: http://www.myfs.org/
Description: Maui Youth & Family Services focuses on providing youth with opportunities to succeed within a safe and supportive environment. Our prevention programs make sure that when youth face peer pressure in high school they already have a strong foundation so they can make the right decisions. Our intervention programs help youth in situations beyond their control. By stepping in and providing the right program - on an individualized basis - we ensure that these young people do not slip through the cracks. School-Based Services (Ke Ala Pono) - This program is available at almost all public middle and high schools in Maui County for students who are using/abusing substance or have family members who are doing so. Ke Ala Pono translates to "The Right Path" and includes on-site assessment, referral, treatment planning, education about addiction and coping skills, as well as individual and family counseling. It is a confidential program that provides students a safe haven to seek help without fear of reprisal. Our counselors are available to youth both before and after school and during the lunch hour. The program also includes group counseling when appropriate, as teenagers are group-oriented by nature. By building on that natural longing to belong, our counselors can offer an engaging and motivating program on the school campus.
Outpatient Treatment Big Island Substance Abuse Council
Location: Kealakekua, HI - 96750
Contact Phone: (808) 322-3100
Website: http://www.bisac.org/
Description: BISAC envisions a community where everyone can be free to live an enriched life of health, happiness and overall wellbeing. Treatment is geared towards treating the individual who abuses alcohol and other drugs, with the goal of reducing the destructive effects of substance abuse on individuals and the devastating consequences on the community. With BISAC’s encouragement and support, clients can feel long-term positive effects from participating in the program. They learn the skills to help prevent incidents of relapse, which can affect school, work, or family life. They can learn to stay free from new arrests or other criminal involvement. They gain the skills to reduce visits to the emergency room for any drug or alcohol related medical condition, benefitting themselves as well as the healthcare system. And for those clients who are parents, they learn parenting skills that help build a stable environment for their children. By providing clients with the necessary tools, exposing them to healthier living skills, and giving them purpose in life, BISAC is able to help improve overall quality of life.
Marine Corps Base Hawaii Substance Abuse Counseling Center
Location: Mcbh Kaneohe Bay, HI - 96863
Contact Phone: (808) 257-3900
Website: http://mccshawaii.com/
Description: The Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) serves active duty Marines, active duty Sailors assigned to Marine units, and family members over 18. An individual can either self-refer to the center, which is encouraged, or a referral can be command directed. The highly trained SACC staff performs assessments to those who come to the center. These assessments take biological, psychological, and social issues into account to determine whether the individual meets or does not meet criteria for a substance related disorder. If there is evidence of drug or alcohol abuse or dependency, the individual is placed in treatment according to the severity of the problem.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (waialua High School)
Location: Waialua, HI - 96791
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (aiea High School)
Location: Aiea, HI - 96701
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
New Horizons Counseling Program
Location: Mililani, HI - 96789
Contact Phone: (808) 484-1000
Website: http://www.newhorizonshawaii.com/
Description: New Horizons Counseling (est. 1980) is a nationally recognized program that utilizes a cognitive approach for teaching individuals to make constructive, rather than destructive choices for drinking, drugs, or substance abuse.
Hina Mauka - Kaneohe Facility
Location: Kaneohe, HI - 96744
Contact Phone: (808) 236-2600
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Mckenna Recovery Center - Ke Ala Pono - Kauai
Location: Lihue, HI - 96766
Contact Phone: (808) 246-0663
Website: http://www.mckennarecoverycenter.com/
Description: The McKenna Recovery Center in Hawaii is a confidential, private, accredited Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program with the primary mission of returning the addicted individual to health. We have facilities in Kauai, Honolulu, and Hilo. If you or someone you know needs help, we are here to help you and your loved ones. We are the only outpatient addiction treatment center to be owned and operated by a physician who is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. Our highly credentialed team is able to assess and treat substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders while focused on the needs of the individual. The group model of treatment, which evidence has proven to be the most effective form of treatment, is complemented with individual counseling, education, relapse prevention skills, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Treatment includes the family for whole systems healing. By consent and request, we provide collaborative services to coordinate the care needs of our patients, their families, their healthcare providers, employers, and monitoring programs.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (waipahu High School)
Location: Waipahu, HI - 96797
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Po'ailani Inc. - Kawainui Specialized Residential Program
Location: Kailua, HI - 96734
Contact Phone: (808) 263-1065
Website: http://www.poailani.org/
Description: In 2011 the program celebrates 35 years of service in Hawaii. We are committed to providing cost effective quality service to our consumers in a community based setting. Our dedicated multi-disciplinary team includes paraprofessionals, certified substance abuse counselors and other licensed professionals. The mission of Po'ailani, Inc. is to provide dual diagnosis treatment and housing services in a continuum of care that is community-based and consumer-focused. The 16 bed residential program is licensed as a special treatment facility (STF) by the State Department of Health. A planned regimen of professionally directed services are provided 24 hours per day/7days per week. There are two different locations both with 16 bed male/female. Services include individual and group counseling sessions, education, medication management, skill building, recreational therapy and family services.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (waianae High School)
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hoomau Ke Ola
Location: Waianae, HI - 96792
Contact Phone: (808) 696-4266
Website: http://www.hoomaukeola.org/
Description: Ho‘omau Ke Ola (HKO) is a private, non-profit, Hawaiian culture-based drug treatment program located in Wai‘anae Hawai‘i. HKO is part of an organizational continuum of care that serves the needs of Native Hawaiians, homeless individuals, and others in substance abuse recovery. Our mission is to provide treatment and promote healing from the harmful effects of chemical dependency in an environment integrating best practices and Hawaiian spiritual values. Our goal is not only to return each client back to their family and community free from the debilitating dependency on alcohol and other drugs but also to instill values and practices that will enable our clients to live a pono (balanced, righteous) life and to become a contributing member of society.
Salvation Army Family Treatment Services - Womens Way
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96816
Contact Phone: (808) 739-4952
Website: http://www.hawaii.salvationarmy.org/
Description: Women's Way - A residential and outpatient treatment program in Kaimuki for adult and adolescent women and their infants and toddlers. The program includes among others the following: therapeutic milieu, multidisciplinary evaluation, psychiatric services, alcohol and drug evaluation, stress management, assertiveness training, parenting and respite child care, 12-step program participation, health education and outpatient treatment and continuum of care.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (roosevelt High School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96822
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (moanalua High School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96818
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihiymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Kalihi Ymca Outreach Services - Adolescent School-based Services (kaimuki High School)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96816
Contact Phone: (808) 848-2494
Website: http://www.kalihi-ymca.org
Description: Through funding received from the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), the Kalihi YMCA Outreach Services provides a school-based substance abuse treatment program. Services are provided to youth attending the following high schools and middle schools: Kailua, Kaimuki, Roosevelt, McKinley, Farrington, Aiea, Moanalua, Waipahu, Campbell, Leilehua, Waialua, Kapolei, Nanakuli and Waianae High Schools; and Ilima, Waialua, Wahiawa, Jarrett, Dole, Central, Kalakaua, Kawananakoa, Stevenson, Aiea, Moanalua, Kapolei, Waipahu and Nanakuli Middle Schools. Youth participate in outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Participants receive between one (1) and eight (8) hours of direct service each week. Youth enrollment is voluntary and services are available to youth who are willing to acknowledge and address the problems they experience that are related to their use of alcohol and other drugs. The program goals are abstinence, learning life skills and developing an awareness of how substance use affects their lives. Services include individual/group sessions focusing on substance abuse education, social and life skills, relapse prevention and recreational activities. Counselors conduct follow-up contacts to determine youth's progress at 3 and 6 months after discharge from the program.
Hina Mauka Teen Care At Radford High School
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96818
Contact Phone: (808) 421-4200x
Website: http://www.hinamauka.org
Description: Hina Mauka provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Each of our programs – including recovery treatment and ongoing support programs for adults, teens, and families – are tailored to meet our clients unique needs. Hina Mauka also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through our innovative Specialty Adult Programs. For teens struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, Hina Mauka provides school-based Teen CARE outpatient treatment at 20 middle schools and high schools throughout O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
Oahu Intergroup
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96813
Contact Phone: (808) 946-1438
Website: http://www.oahucentraloffice.com
Description: Oahu Intergroup is the collective body of local Alcoholics Anonymous on the island of Oahu comprised of: the elected Intergroup Steering Committee (Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary), the Central Office Manager and Intergroup Representatives from local groups who choose to participate. Oahu Intergroup provides local services to AA members and groups through its service office, also known as Central Office
Comprehensive Health And Attitude Management Program Inc (c.h.a.m.p.)
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96813
Contact Phone: (808) 426-4519
Website: http://www.champclinic.com/
Description: Comprehensive Health and Attitude Management Program Inc (C.H.A.M.P.) is a leading opiate abuse treatment services provider in Hawaii with 2 locations Honolulu and Maui. C.H.A.M.P.'s primary mission is the reduction of the harm and restoration of life functioning for opiate abusing and opiate dependent adults by the provision of substance abuse treatment through methadone maintenance and methadone detox and support services for substance abusing adults and their families.
Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96819
Contact Phone: (808) 791-9400
Website: http://www.kkv.net/
Description: Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services (KKV) was formed by the Kalihi Valley community as a non-profit corporation in 1972, in response to the absence of accessible and appropriate health care services for the valley’s low-income, Asian and Pacific Island immigrant population. KKV’s original staff consisted of one coordinator and four outreach workers who combed the valley connecting residents in need with existing services, following the motto “Neighbors being neighborly to neighbors.” Medical and dental services were first provided out of two renovated military trailers in the back parking lot of Kalihi Baptist Church. Today, KKV employs 180 staff who are fluent in 20 Asian and Pacific Island languages and dialects, and work out of nine locations throughout the valley—including two of the largest public housing communities in the State of Hawai‘i, a 12,000 square foot health center, a 4,000 square foot Elder Center (the former site of the main clinic) and 100 acres of leased State Park land at the back of Kalihi Valley. KKV serves over 10,000 community members each year. KKV works to foster health in the broadest sense—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual—returning to the root of the word itself: “health” comes from an Old English word meaning “wholeness, being whole, sound or well.” A healthier Kalihi Valley, envisioned by the community leaders who founded KKV 40 years ago, is an inclusive community in which neighbors help to heal neighbors, and people see themselves as part of a larger whole, connected to each other, to their culture, and to their shared land. Our Mission: Together we work toward healing, reconciliation and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley, by serving communities, families and individuals through strong relationships that honor culture and foster health and harmony.
The Queens Medical Center - Day Treatment Services
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: (808) 691-4352
Website: http://queensmedicalcenter.org/
Description: Queen’s Day Treatment Services (DTS) is recognized as one of Hawaii’s most comprehensive adult outpatient treatment programs targeting mental health and substance abuse addictions. Its primary goal is to deliver services that are recovery-centered and geared toward fostering an individual’s ability to live, work, learn and function in their community roles. Day Treatment Services utilizes interventions that are evidence-based, encompassing curriculum within a supportive setting in order to provide the individual with the best opportunity for successful recovery.
Salvation Army Addiction Treatment Services
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: (808) 595-6371
Website: http://www.hawaii.salvationarmy.org/
Description: The Salvation Army Addiction Treatment Services provides treatment services to people with substance abuse problems. The services include personal counseling and basic human necessities so that they realize their physical rehabilitation and spiritual regeneration. All persons are served regardless of race, color, creed, sex and age. Social Detoxification - A 4-7 day program which provides a safe and supportive environment in order to detox from alcohol and other drugs and to receive a referral for treatment. Outpatient - A structured program of day or evening sessions for the still-functioning individual who is able to maintain abstinence with professional support. Residential - A variable length program designed to meet individualized treatment needs of people who have substance abuse problems.
KÅ« Aloha Ola Mau
Location: Honolulu, HI - 96817
Contact Phone: (808) 538-0704
Website: http://www.kualoha.org/
Description: Kū Aloha Ola Mau (Kū Aloha) has served more than 8,000 persons dealing with substance and alcohol abuse and addiction since beginning our mission as Drug Addiction Services of Hawai`i (DASH) in 1976. Our compassionate, holistic approach to recovery centers around each participant or “haumana” (student), with the belief that anyone can recover from addiction. We have locations in Honolulu, Hilo and Puna. Approximately 400 persons are served daily, with more than half of these on Hawai`i Island. Our haumana seek recovery from addictions to substances including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, alcohol, marijuana, a combination of these drugs and other drugs of abuse. We know that both addiction and recovery do not happen in isolation, and that family members, children and loved ones are also in need of healing and recovery. While addiction can destroy even the most successful of families, the recovery process can help to deepen family members’ strength and understanding. Kū Aloha provides programs with staff that are creative, loving and committed. Research and state-of-the-art knowledge and interventions are combined with the wisdom of our culture to offer unique services to those seeking recovery and healing. Our team includes certified substance abuse counselors, social workers, physicians, RNs and LPNs, marriage and family therapists, outreach workers and volunteers from all walks of life. Kū Aloha Ola Mau carries on a legacy of advocating for the population it serves, fighting against the stigma and misinformation present in our society. Our experience working with our haumana has led us to believe that every person is unique and important.

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