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1 Directory of Substance Abuse Treatment Programs in Hawaii January 2002 Compiled by: Prevention Resource Center 1130 N. Nimitz Hwy., Ste. A-259 Ph: (808) / Fax: (808) Inter island: 1 (800) Funded by the State of Hawai`i Department of Health Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) through Federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Funds. 1

2 ~ ISLAND OF OAHU ~ ALANON/ALATEEN Ph: (recorded message of meeting times and dates) (Meetings at various locations) Target Group: Parents, spouses, friends of alcoholics Helps families, relatives, and friends of alcoholics. Regularly scheduled meetings. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1400 Kapiolani Blvd., #C6 Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: (Meeting at various locations) Target Group: Alcoholics For people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. ANODYNE ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS 1188 Bishop Street, #3205 Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Darlene Wade, Administrator Target Group: Alcohol/drug abusers Fees: Yes, call for specifics If no ins./money is treatment still available? No Individualized outpatient psychotherapy to overcome addictions, compulsions, and habit disorders to include alcohol and other drugs, gambling, smoking, eating, and sex. ASSESSMENTS OF HAWAII Moanalua Rd. Pearl City, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Therese Coniglio, CSAC, NCACII, SAPA, Program Director Providing drug/alcohol assessments ($50 cash), educational level of care ($25 cash each class), six consecutive classes each Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon at the YWCA--Richards St., Room 304, 4 AA/NA meetings per week for duration of treatment. Insurance does not cover these services, so payment is cash only. The classes are on a continuum basis and can be started on any Saturday. No preregistration is required; client may show up at 9 a.m. with their fee to begin the six week cycle. Upon completion, client receives a letter of compliance (or a letter of non-compliance if they don t complete). CASTLE MEDICAL CENTER 640 Ulukahiki Street Kailua, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Ms. Marty Parmalee, MSN Director Inpatient Services Target Group: Youth Insurance coverage: Yes, call for specifics If no ins./money will provide treatment? Yes **Adolescent Inpatient/Outpatient Treatment** Individualized treatment programs based on the identified problems on patients for addiction, serious and persistent mental problems. Some programs available: addiction assessment and treatment with intensive inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization programs for detoxification, crisis stabilization; family services and intervention. 2

3 **Bobby Benson Center** Kamehameha Hwy. Kahuku, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Loriaynn Bean, Intake Counselor Target Group: Youth Insurance coverage: Yes, call for specifics If no ins./money will provide treatment? Yes Temporary residential treatment program designed for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 suffering from substance abuse. CATHOLIC CHARITIES COMMUNITY SERVICES 245 North Kukui Street, #201 Honolulu, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Keala Garliyo, Housing Counselor, Kauai, Hawaii Special Restrictions: Shelter services are for families or expectant mothers only. Provides housing counseling, transitional homeless shelter and programs, as well as emergency assistance for those demonstrating a housing need or problem. SITES: Maililani Transitional Shelter Maliona Street Waianae, Hawaii Ph: Kawaihae Transitional and Emergency Shelter P.O. Box 1976 Kamuela, Hawaii Ph: (808) Housing Counseling Program O ahu 245 N. Kukui Sreet #201 Ph: ext. 12 Kauai Community and Housing Association 4453 Kapaia Road Lihue, Kauai Ph: (808) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 919 Ala Moana Blvd., #405 Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: William Mills Target Group: Incarcerated males and females **Ho omana** Located in Kailua. 15-bed therapeutic community for women at the Women s Community Correctional Center. **KASHBOX** Operates a 200-bed therapeutic community for men at the Waiawa Correctional Facility. **Project Bridge** Located at Laumaka Work Furlough Center (OCCC). Project Bridge operates a 32-bed transitional Program (6-12 mos.) for those inmates completing the KASHBOX program. DRUG ADDICTION SERVICES OF HAWAII, INC. (DASH) 1130 North Nimitz Hwy., Suite C-302 Ph: Fax: Insurance Coverage: Yes ** Cornerstone** Contact: Paul Ferrin Cornerstone is an intensive outpatient treatment program that provides substance abuse education, individual and group counseling to assist persons with chemical dependencies to develop life skills for recovery and relapse prevention. **Early Intervention Services** Contact: Janet Johnson, Medical Services Coordinator Program includes education, testing, 3

4 counseling and support services for TB, HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis B for DASH patients and patients of other treatment programs. **Federal Drug Aftercare Program** Contact: Rebecca Bafford Federal Drug Aftercare Program (DAP) provides substance abuse assessments, individual and group counseling, monitoring for illicit drugs and referrals. **Hui Ho ola o na Nahulu O Hawai i** Contact: Kelaukila Carter Culturally based outpatient treatment utilizing traditional healing modalities. **Methadone Program** Contact: Marcia Tsue/Paul Ferrin Methadone treatment is an outpatient program for substance abusers who have a documented addiction to heroin. Medical services, individual, and group counseling are provided. FRESH START, INC Pupuole Place, #230 Waipahu, HI Ph: Fax: Fees: $1,800 (sliding scale fee) Structured supportive living skills program: Offers structured living, substance abuse education, anger and stress management classes, life and cognitive skills training, codependency classes, big book and 12-step study, employment preparation course. HABILITAT Kuhonu Place Kaneohe, Hawaii P.O. Box 801 Kaneohe, Hawaii Ph: ; 1(800) toll free Fax: Contact Person: Aaron Takeshiro, Assistant Director of Induction Target Group: Youth 15+, adults, national, international, call for specifics If no ins/money, is treatment still possible? Yes Residential treatment facility dealing with persons who have problems with substance abuse and other types of anti-social behaviors. HALE NA AU PONO Waianae Coast Community Mental Health Center, Inc. Ho okaulike Addiction Services Farrington Hwy. Waianae, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Darweshi Hollins, Director Joseph Wigfall, Intake Counselor Target Group: Children, youth, call for specifics Individualized treatment plan, education of the disease process, medication education, anger management, development of spiritual base, individual counseling, group therapy, skill building, cognitive restructuring, relapse prevention. Provides intensive outpatient care and educational groups for adults. HAWAII ALCOHOLISM FOUNDATION SAND ISLAND TREATMENT CENTER 1240 Sand Island Access Road Honolulu, Hawaii P.O. Box 3045 (for written inquiries) Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: (main line); (outpatient services) Fax: Contact: Aaron Takeshiro. Director of Induction Insurance coverage accepted: No Includes day treatment, partial hospitalization, interim services, residential substance abuse treatment, outpatient counseling services, dual 4

5 diagnosis, transitional living, and aftercare & follow-up; provides supportive living for program graduates. HAWAII COUNSELING & EDUCATION CENTER 970 North Kalaheo Avenue, C214 Kailua, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact Person: Sue Sickora, Administrator, youth 4-19 Insurance coverage: HMSA, Quest, Champus/Tricare, Queens, Pacific Health Care, and other Health Plans. If no ins./money is treatment still available? Yes, if there is available Interns. Outpatient substance abuse program, marriage counseling, family counseling, individual/group counseling, stress management, anger management, women s support group, education and EAP program, consultation for other health care providers. HINA MAUKA RECOVERY CENTER (Alcoholic Rehabilitation Services of Hawaii) Po okela Street Kaneohe, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Dorothee Ho, Office Manager Target Group: Teens, adults Area Served: statewide, none for teen care program, call for specifics, call for specifics Provides evaluation, education, treatment and referral services to individuals and families dealing with substance abuse problems. Comprehensive rehabilitation and recovery program for the chemically dependent or dually diagnosed person. Program is designed to meet the needs of each individual client. School base outpatient treatment services for adolescents based at Olomana, Kalaheo, Castle, Kalani, Mililani, Kahuku, and Pearl City High Schools on Oahu; at Kapaa and Waimea High Schools on Kauai; Lanai High School on Lanai. Provides individual and family counseling, skills building, and support group services. Satellite offices; Farrington Hwy., #B2-306 Waipahu, Hawaii 9797 Ph: Kauai 2970 Kele Street Lihue, Hawaii Ph: Maui 270 Hookahi St. #302 Wailuku, Hawaii HO OMAU KE OLA Farrington, Hwy., Suite 103 Waianae, Hawaii P.O. Box 837 (for written inquiries) Ph: Fax: Contact: Ho oipo DeCambra, Executive Director Fees: Fee for Service, call for specifics If no ins./money, is treatment still possible? Yes Provides treatment and rehabilitative services to alcohol, drug dependent, and homeless individuals. Uses a holistic approach to healing and culturally relevant treatment modalities based on traditional Hawaiian attitudes, values, and practices. INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN SERVICES SITES: 546 Ka aahi Street Ph: Fax: Contact: Lynn Maunakea, Executive Director Target group: Adults, youth 6 months - 18 years 5

6 Emergency homeless shelter offering basic (shelter, food, showers, clothing) and rehabilitative services (case management, substance abuse counseling, mental and physical health clinics, education, etc.) 350 Sumner Street, Ph: Fax: Contact: Ann Egleston, CSAC Target Group: Homeless Adults Outpatient treatment to include counseling, case management, pre-motivation work, relapse prevention, referrals, and ongoing support groups. KAHI MOHALA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER Fort Weaver Road Ewa Beach, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Malina Kaulukukui, Assistant Administrator Target Group: Youth, adults, call for specifics Adult inpatient, partial child/adolescent inpatient and residential, adult partial hospitalization, child/adolescent partial outpatient mental health and substance abuse services. **Intensive Chemical Dependency Outpatient Services** For adults, 18 and older Ewa Beach Clinic Honolulu Clinic Contact: Anthony Pfaltzgraff, Executive Director Charlotte Malott, Associate Executive Director Target Group: Adolescents on Oahu with alcohol and drug problems or adolescents who are at high risk for substance abuse, legal, educational, family and other problems. 1) School-based Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents in the following high schools: Aiea, Campbell, Farrington, Kailua, Kaimuki, Leilehua, Moanalua, Roosevelt, Waialua, Waianae, Waipahu High Schools, 2) Court-Ordered Outpatient substance abuse Treatment for adolescents in the following areas on Oahu: Leeward, Waianae Coast, and central Oahu areas. 3) 3) Substance Abuse treatment to youth who are incarcerated at the Hawaii youth Correctional facility. 4) Outreach, Prevention and Intervention to at risk youth in Honolulu, Central and Leeward Oahu. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (Meetings in various locations) P.O. Box Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Target Group: Recovering addicts Support groups for people with drug problems and their families or friends. Call for meeting dates and times. Some meetings are open to substance abusers only. KALIHI YMCA Outreach Program 1335 Kalihi Street Honolulu, HI Ph: Fax: HELPLINES: Hilo & Kona: Maui: Kauai: Oahu: Hawaii Regional Service Committee P.O. Box

7 Honolulu, Hawaii (No phone) Oahu Area Service Committee P.O. Box Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Kauai Area Service Committee P.O. Box 152 Kapaa, Hawaii Ph: (808) West Hawaii Area Service Committee P.O. Box 5415 Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Ph: (808) Maui Area Service Committee P.O. Box 6160 Kahului, Hawaii Ph: (808) NEW HORIZONS Pali Momi Street, Suite 707 Aiea Hawaii Ph: Ph: Fax: Contact: Katy Kok, Program Director, youth, no fee for introductory services If no insurance is treatment still available? Yes Outpatient counseling by appointment. Public/private seminars on education, prevention, treatment of substance abuse. 24-hour phone service. OXFORD HOUSE, INC McCorriston Street Honolulu, HI Ph: Contact: Joseph C. Chavez, Field Manager Target Group: Adult men and women in the early sobriety stages of overcoming alcohol and drug addiction and Maui Fees: Approximately $ for a shared room, call for details on payment. Recovery group homes, early sobriety house. PALAMA SETTLEMENT- PAKOLEA PROGRAM 810 North Vineyard Blvd. Ph: Fax: Contact: Larry Sweets/Vince DeBina, Program Manager Area Served: Kalihi-Palama Fees: Sliding scale fee Combines sports/academic/socialization program; highly structured behavioral management program based on a system of earned points, recognition and rewards. Provides alternative to juvenile and drugrelated activities. **Palama Settlement - Community Outreach for Drug Abuse and Prevention Program** Ph: Contact: Nia Aitaoto, Program Manager Provides outreach to children/youth and families through alternative activities to prevent drug abuse. Based at Mayor Wright Housing; serving Oahu and the housing area. **Palama Settlement In-Community Treatment Program** Ph: Contact: Edward Nakamura, Program Manager Must be court-referred. A day residential treatment program for teens ages years with alcohol, substance abuse problems, truancy, personal/family and juvenile related law violations. PO AILANI, INC. 553 Kawainui Street Kailua, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Zaibe Bey, Assistant Residential Manager 7

8 Residential and outpatient treatment for clients with a psychiatric diagnosis and substance abuse issues. Priority given to pregnant women and intravenous drug users. PROJECT RENEWAL 1374 Nuuanu Avenue Honolulu, HI Ph: Contact: Windell Marmoto Target Group: Adult men only Project renewal is a self-help residential rehabilitation center for motivated members of the homeless population, with a primary focus on former prison inmates. QUEEN S MEDICAL CENTER 1031 Punchbowl Street Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Fees: Yes **Queen s Day Treatment Services** Intensive outpatient, day treatment, and partial hospitalization, for persons with substance abuse problems, mental illness, and for those dually diagnosed. SALVATION ARMY Addiction Treatment Services 3624 Waokanaka Street Ph: Fax: Contact: Marc Stannard, Director Administrative Services, call for specifics, grant funding is available depending on income/financial status. Social detoxification for alcohol and other drugs; continuum of residential, partial day, outpatient and aftercare substance abuse treatment services and treatment services provided to inmates of correctional facilities. SALVATION ARMY Family Treatment Services nd Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Shirley Tuare Target group: pregnant/parenting women in early recovery and their children Fees: Yes Insurance coverage accepted: No Supportive, clean and sober housing for women recently completing treatment and/or in outpatient day treatment. Life skills, parenting, relapse prevention, and job readiness. SALVATION ARMY Adult Rehabilitation Center 322 Sumner Street Ph: Fax: Contact: Debbie Pennuto, Intake Counselor Target Group: Adult men only Fees: Yes, based on ability to pay. Insurance coverage accepted: No Support program. Purpose is the spiritual regeneration of men who may be spiritually, mentally, morally, physically and socially 8

9 handicapped; and to provide opportunities for them to rebuild their lives. Provides prison to community transitional bridge program, which includes vocational training. Community and youth outreach, substance abuse and prevention education. TEEN CHALLENGE OF HAWAII/OAHU P. O. Box Mililani, Hawaii Ph./Fax: Contact: John D. Elleson, Executive Director Target Group: Adult Males, 17+ years (Women Centers available on the Mainland), Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Molokai One-year residential, Christian life school for those with life-controlling problems in the area of drug and alcohol abuse. Provides education, encouragement, and discipline to empower young men to make responsible choices for their lives. TIME OUT SERVICES, INC Farrington Hwy., #101 Waianae, Hawaii P.O. Box 839 (for written inquiries) Ph: Fax: Contact: Dixie Padello, Executive Director Target Group: Women with children Area Served: Waianae Respite child care, parent education, case management. VICTORY OHANA PRISON FELLOWSHIP 305 Koapaka Street, Bay #3 Honolulu, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Gary Shields, Executive Director/Founder Target Group: Teens Fees: Yes, $350/month Insurance coverage accepted: No WAIANAE COAST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER Farrington Hwy. Waianae, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Dr. Toni Canoso, Program Director, youth, pregnant women, Waianae Coast **Baby S.A.F.E. Program** Intervention, outreach, support, pre-treatment for pregnant and post-partum women. **Leeward Kokua Program** Support, outreach, case management for substance using/abusing mothers and their families. Serves mothers on the Leeward Coast. **Malama Recovery Services** Ph: Intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment. Managed Care Quest Insurance. -MILITARY- ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING SERVICE (ASACS) P.O. Box Mililani, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Kenda Mohica, Clinical Supervisor Target Group: Department of the Army adolescent dependents, ages

10 Provides education and counseling services regarding substance abuse to Army family members. ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION & CONTROL PROGRAM (ADAPCP) (SCHOFIELD BARRACKS) MCHK-PSA/Stop 129 Building T-695 Schofield Barracks, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Brenda Edmonds, Clinical Director Target Group: Department of Army s personnel, family members and civilians, National Guard members and retired personnel., Johnston Island, Department of Defense locations, Pacific Rim Special Restrictions: Must be Department of Army s personnel, family members and civilians, National Guard members or retired personnel. I.D. required. Provides referral, evaluation, and outpatient treatment services. Includes group, individual and family therapy. DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION 655 Vickers Avenue Hickam AFB, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Mike Duncan, Program Manager Target Group: Air Force personnel, adults and youth Substance abuse evaluation, education, and rehabilitation services for Air Force personnel. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 15 MDOS/SGOH 655 Vickers Ave. Hickam Air Force Base, HI Ph: Fax: Target Group: Active duty military, military family members, retirees, and DOD employees on a limited basis (Please call for details) Substance abuse evaluation, education, and rehabilitation services. SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING CENTER P.O. Box M.C.B.H. Kaneohe Bay, HI Ph: ext. 235 Fax: Contact: GYSGT Hoage Target Group: USMC and dependents, Department of Defense employees Provides substance abuse intervention, assessment, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and referrals. ~ NEIGHBOR ISLANDS ~ LANAI ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ph: Meetings for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. Meetings held at various locations throughout Hawaii. MAUI ALANON/ALATEEN Ph: Target Group: Parents, spouses, friends of alcoholics Helps families, relatives, and friends of alcoholics. Regularly scheduled meetings. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ph:

11 Meetings for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. Meetings held at various locations throughout Hawaii. ALOHA HOUSE Maunaolu Campus, Upcountry P.O. Box 490 Paia, HI (mailing address) 4593 Ike Drive Makawao, HI (street address) Ph: Fax: Contact: Donna Boteilho, Intake Coordinator, youth ages 12-17, preference to Maui county residents Fees: Sliding scale fee If no ins./money is treatment still available? Yes, if person meets poverty level status. Adult residential, day treatment, outpatient, education classes provided. Outpatient services available for adolescents. CASTLE COUNSELING SERVICES 270 Hookahi St., #301 Wailuku, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Carol E. Wright, MA, LMFT Clinic Coordinator, youth ages Area Served: Maui and Oahu Assessments and outpatient substance abuse treatment provided for adults, adolescents, dual diagnosis, and Spanish speaking individuals. Mental health assessments, treatment, and medication management for all ages. Also, can give assistance in developing employee assistance programs. Ph: Fax: Contact: Dannel Vierra, Director Target Group: Pregnant women Intervention, outreach, support, pre-treatment for pregnant and post-partum women. MAUI YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES P.O. Box 6 Paia, Hawaii Ike Dr. Makawao, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Carol Wright, LMFT Program Director; Substance Abuse Division Target Group: Youth years or paid by contact- no sliding scale, call for specifics. In no ins./money, is treatment still available? Yes Adolescent residential substance abuse and adolescent, outpatient treatment services provided. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS - MAUI P.O. Box 978 Wailuku, HI Ph: (recorded message of meeting times and dates; gives other numbers for more information) Support groups for people with drug problems and their family or friends. Meetings held at various locations. MOLOKAI MAUI BABY S.A.F.E. 388 Ano Street Kahului, Maui, HI ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ph: or

12 meetings for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. Meetings held at various locations throughout Molokai. HALE HO OKUPA A Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1812 Kaunakakai, HI Street Address: 450 Ala Malama Street Kaunakakai, HI Ph: (808) Fax: (808) Contact: Lyn Bonk, Executive Director Cathy Inouye, Administrative Assistant and adolescents on Molokai with alcohol and drug problems Area Served: Island of Molokai **Pulama Na Wahine Ola Hou Cherishing Women With New Life** Ph: Contacts: Shari or Patty Pre-(AOD) treatment outreach services are provided without cost to Moloka`i s parenting women who may be at risk for HIV/AIDS/STDs and who are substance using. Women are served in a way that honors the Native Hawaiian value system and motivates them to choose a healthier life for themselves and their `Ohana. Outreach staff are located at their subcontracting agency Hale Ho`okupa`a. MOLOKAI COMMUNITY SERVICES COUNCIL P.O.Box 1046 Kaunakakai, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Karen M. Holt, Executive Director Target Group: Adolescents, adults Area Served: Molokai Fees: Yes. Residents are asked to contribute to monthly rent/expenses. Program provides mental health counseling for teens and adults. **Ka Hale Pomaika i Clean & Sober Transitional/Suppported Living Program** P.O. Box 296 Kaunakakai, HI Ph/Fax: Contact: Varna Nakihei, Program Director Area Served: Molokai, Maui, Lanai, Oahu The Hale Pomaika i Clean & Sober Transitional/Supported Living Program is a new project that provides a drug- and alcohol-free environment for recovering addicts who need a supportive living environment while they build the skills needed to maintain their sobriety. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Ph: or Support groups for people with drug problems and their family or friends. Meetings held at various locations. HAWAII ABC INSTITUTE, ADDICTIONS AND BEHAVIORAL COUNSELING, AND PREVENTION Alii Drive, Ste. 254 Kailua-Kona, HI Ph: Fax: Contacts: Cary Humphrey, Dale McLaughlin, Tanfalaya McLaughlin; Directors, youth all ages Area Served: North and West Hawaii Fees: Sliding scale fee, call for specifics. Provides addictions treatment and education for individuals, families, and groups. Also, provides youth, outreach and prevention programs to schools and community. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Ph: (Hilo); (Kona) 12

13 Meetings for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. Meetings held at various locations. BIG ISLAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL Contact for all sites: Gloria J. Egle-Oaks, CSAC, RAS, Chief Executive Officer Ph: (808) Fax: (808) Target Group: Substance Abusers Area Served: Island of Hawaii Fees: Sliding scale fee Programs: Adult Outpatient Treatment Program, Adult Therapeutic Living Program, Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program, Adolescent School-Based program, Vocational/Education Program. Day Treatment (5 days per week), Intensive Outpatient (3 days per week), Outpatient (1 day per week), after care, gender specific groups, individual counseling, group sessions (skill, task, recreation and process), family counseling, job readiness, therapeutic nursery, pregnant and postpartum case management, therapeutic living (24-hour supervision - separate male/female homes). BRIDGE HOUSE SUPPORTIVE LIVING AND VOCATIONAL SKILL BUILDING PROGRAM P.O.Box 2489 Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Cheryl Taupu, Executive Director Area Served: Island of Hawaii, accepts referrals from other islands. Fees: Fee for Service. Bridge House requires an initial program fee of $ upon admission. The total monthly fee is $ Generally, residents qualify for State assistance. Bridge House is a residential facility offering supportive services and vocational skill building programs to newly recovering addicts and alcoholics. Our 120 day program offers case management, referrals and transportation to residents as well as other needed services. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Ph: (Hotline for Hilo and Kona) Support groups for people with drug problems and their family and friends. Meetings held at various locations. EAST HAWAII: Corporate Office (mailing address for all sites) Adult Outpatient Treatment 1420 Kilauea Avenue Hilo, Hawaii Adolescent Outpatient Treatment 122 Haili Street Hilo, Hawaii WEST HAWAII: Kona Office Kaiwi Street Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Ka u Office Kaalaiki Road Na alehu, Hawaii OHANA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC Kinoole Street, Suite 103 Hilo, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Glenn Kondo, DCSW, youth Area Served: Island of Hawaii If no ins./money, is treatment still available? No Provides substance abuse counseling, individual and/or group therapy, mental health counseling, and medication management. KAUAI 13

14 ALANON/ALATEEN Ph: Target Group: Parents, spouses, friends of alcoholics Helps families, relatives, and friends of alcoholics. Regularly scheduled meetings. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P.O. Box 3606 Lihue, HI Phone: Meetings for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol. Meetings held at various locations throughout Hawaii. CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE SAFETY NET PROGRAM 4375 Puaole Street, Suite A Lihue, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Geri Marullo, President & CEO Target Group: Pregnant and parenting women on Kauai. Area Served: Island of Kauai Fees: no Specialized substance abuse outreach, early intervention, and treatment for pregnant and parenting women on Kauai. DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN S AFFAIRS, KAUAI VETERANS CENTER 3367 Kuhio Highway Lihue, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Romy Castillo, Team Leader Target Group: Military veterans Area Served: Kauai. Person has to be a veteran of the United States military. Substance abuse outpatient treatment program, group treatment three times weekly, and individual and family counseling provided. HINA MAUKA RECOVERY CENTER (Alcoholic Rehabilitation Services of Hawaii) 2970 Haleku Street, Suite 103 Lihue, HI Ph: Fax: Contact: Phillip McLaughlin, extension 22 Target Group: Teens and adults Area Served: Kauai Fees: fee for service, call for specifics Provides evaluation, education, treatment and referral services to individuals and families dealing with substance abuse problems. Comprehensive rehabilitation and recovery program for the chemically dependent or dually diagnosed person. Program is designed to meet the needs of each individual client. School base outpatient treatment services for adolescents based at Kapaa and Waimea High School. Provides individual and family counseling, skills building, and support group services. KE ALA PONO RECOVERY CENTERS 4374 Kukui Grove St. #104 Lihue, Hawaii Ph: Fax: Contact: Araceli Gonzalez, Program Director, youth ages Area Served: Kauai If no ins./money, is treatment still available? No Three month outpatient substance abuse program; social detoxification, aftercare services, U.A. Toxic Screenings, evaluations/chemical dependency assessments, educational inservices, individual counseling, crisis interventions, family therapy, recreational therapy and group treatment. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS - KAUAI Ph:

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