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1 DIRECTORY OF HAWAI`I SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAMS Compiled by Prevention Resource Center Hawai`i Regional Alcohol & Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Network Center N. Nimitz Highway, Suite A259 Honolulu, HI Phone: x34 Interisland: x34 Fax: Disclaimer: Inclusion in this directory does not imply an endorsement by the Department of Health, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division or the Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii. Updated 01/2011 The Prevention Resource Center compiled this directory for educational purposes only, and is funded by the State of Hawai`i Department of Health Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division (ADAD), through Federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Funds.

2 AL-ANON / ALATEEN Oahu: Hawaii: Kauai: STATEWIDE SERVICES Target group: Families & friends of those struggling with alcohol addiction Maui: Support groups for those affected by someone else s alcohol abuse/misuse; contact for meeting information ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Oahu: Hilo: Kona: Kauai: Maui: Molokai: or Target group: People in recovery from alcohol abuse/misuse 12 step program support groups for people who have or think they may have problems with alcohol AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII Oahu: 680 Iwilei Rd. Ste 575 Hawaii: 39 Ululani St. Target group: General public Honolulu, HI Hilo, HI ne Kauai: 2992 Umi St. Maui: 95 Mahalani St. Ste 1A Lihue, HI Wailuku, HI Smoking cessation programs, presentations and trainings in regards to tobacco control, asthma education, support groups CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS Various contacts, use website and meeting finder for information Target group: Those experiencing patterns and characteristics of co-dependency 12 step fellowship to provide support and help build healthy relationships HAWAII STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ACCESS LINE Oahu: Neighbor islands: Services available 24/7 on all islands Target group: General public experiencing mental health crises, those experiencing crisis may call, as well those concerned for others This is the entry point into adult mental health services provided by the state, a phone screening can be performed and if deemed appropriate a case manager can schedule a visit for follow-up to determine level of services; includes emergency suicide services NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Oahu: Kauai: Target group: People in recovery Hawaii: Maui: step program support groups for people who have or think they may have problems with substance abuse/misuse; some meetings may be open to those in recovery only ACCESS TO RECOVERY OAHU BASED SERVICES hawaii.gov/health/substance-abuse/atr/index.html 601 Kamokila Blvd. Room 360 Phone: Target group: Those in an ADAD contracted facility for meth Kapolei, HI treatment, or have completed treatment w/in 12 months, and those involved with Child Welfare Services and in need of substance use disorder treatment Referrals are made to ATS Recovery Support Service Providers where assistance is available for education & training, child care, housing support, sober support activities, transportation, spiritual support and cultural practices. 2

3 ALOHA PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES Chinese Cultural Plaza Rm. 208 Phone: Target Group: Any age 100 N. Beretania St. Fees: Sliding Scale Honolulu, HI Individual and group services for substance abuse, relapse prevention and acupuncture. ASSESSMENTS OF HAWAII P.O. Box 1128 Phone: Target Group: Adults Waianae, HI Fees: Yes, cash only Fax: Drug/alcohol assessments; series of six classes at the Moiliili Community Center that will provide a certificate of completion when all classes are done. BIG ISLAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL (Oahu Site) P.O. Box Phone: Target Group: Referred U.S. Vets Kapolei, HI Intensive outpatient. BOBBY BENSON CENTER Kamehameha Hwy. Phone: Target Group: Youth Kahuku, HI Toll-free (877) Fax: Temporary residential treatment program designed for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 with a substance use disorder. CARE HAWAII 606 Coral St. Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, HI Screening: Fax: Pakolea ADAD Adolescent IOP Phone: Target Group: Adolescents Alaloa St. #212 & 215 Fax: ne, funded by ADAD Kaneohe, HI AM & Evening Program Outpatient services for substance abusers, call for more information. Pakolea ADAD Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program This program provides intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment services for adolescents who meet DSM IV-TR substance abuse/dependence criteria. The program uses a curriculum to teach about positive coping skills, improve selfefficacy and build social skills. Referrals accepted from parents, schools, other providers, etc with preference given to Windward youth. SRSP Residential (12 weeks), Day Treatment (16 weeks) and Aftercare for dual-diagnosis recovery. Referrals only taken through AMHD. CHAMP CLINIC (Comprehensive Health and Attitude Management) 173 S. Kukui St Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, HI Opiate abuse treatment, detoxification, methadone maintenance, methadone detoxification, counseling COALITION FOR A DRUG-FREE HAWAII, Family Intervention & Training Services 1130 N. Nimitz Hwy Suite A-259 Phone: x49 Target Group: Families Honolulu, HI Fax: Fees: Call for more information Family counseling. 3

4 FREEDOM RECOVERY SERVICE 1314 S. King St. (Interstate Bldg.) Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, HI Fax: Fees: Accepts most private insurance and Quest Assessment, group therapy, individual counseling, case management, cognitive restructuring, mental health evaluation, medication management, psychometric testing interventions, urinalysis testing, information & referral, linkage with other services, prevention, education, level I outpatient treatment, level II intensive outpatient treatment, level II.5 day treatment substance abuse education, cognitive restructuring group. HABILITAT Kuhonu Pl. Phone: Target Group: Adults Kaneohe, HI Toll free: 1(800) Fax: Residential treatment facility dealing with persons who have problems with substance abuse and other types of anti-social behaviors. HALE NA AU PONO, Ho okaulike Addiction Services Farrington Hwy. Phone: Target Group: Adults Waianae, HI Fax: Individualized treatment plan, education of the disease concept, 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 ALCOHOL & DRUG SAFETY ACTION PROGRAM (HADSAP) 928 Nuuanu Ave. #301 Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, H I Cell: Fees: $120 for full course 12 hour, 4 session education course for those not yet in need of treatment, but who could benefit from understanding the role of drugs & alcohol in their lives. A certificate of completion is rewarded at the end of four completed sessions. HAWAII COUNSELING & EDUCATION CENTER 970 North Kalaheo Ave. C201 Phone: Target Group: All ages Kailua, HI Fax: Outpatient substance abuse program, marriage counseling, family counseling, individual/group counseling, stress management, anger management, women s support group, domestic violence groups, education and EAP program, consultation for other health care providers. HELPING HANDS HAWAII 2100 N. Nimitz Hwy. Phone: Target Group: All Ages Honolulu, HI Fax: Fees: call for specifics Adult intensive outpatient and inpatient services on Oahu; Bilingual Translation Access Line; Community Clearing House (assists with food and clothing). HINA MAUKA RECOVERY CENTER Po okela St. Phone: Target Group: Teens & adults Kaneohe, HI Fax: Farrington Hwy., #B2-306 Waipahu, HI 9797 Phone: Institute of Human Services (IHS) 350 Sumner St. Honolulu, HI Phone: or Provides evaluation, education, treatment and referral services to individuals and families dealing with substance use disorders. Comprehensive rehabilitation and recovery program for the chemically dependent or dually diagnosed person. Teen C.A.R.E. program School based outpatient treatment services for adolescents based at King and Highlands Intermediate; as well as Castle, Kahuku, Kalaheo, Kalani, Kaiser, Mililani, Olomana, Pearl City and Radford High Schools on Oahu; at Chiefess Kamakamelei Intermediate, Kapaa & Waimea Canyon Middle Schools, and Kapaa, Kauai & Waimea High Schools on 4

5 Kauai. Provides individual and family counseling, skills building, and support group services. HO OMAU KE OLA Farrington Hwy Suite 103 Phone: Target Group: Adults Waianae, HI Fax: Area Served: Statewide P.O. Box 837 Waianae, HI 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 CRIMINAL REHABILITATION PO Box Phone: Target Group: Adults Wahiawa, HI Area Served: Oahu Cognitive behavioral drug treatment program, substance abuse & DUI education, outpatient treatment program, SMART Recovery (Self Management And Recovery Training) & assessments. INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN SERVICES SITES 546 Ka aahi St. Phone: Target group: Emergency shelters Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu 350 Sumner St. Phone: Honolulu, HI Fax: Emergency homeless shelter offering basic (shelter, food, showers, clothing) and rehabilitative services (case management, guest advocacy services, substance abuse counseling, mental and physical health clinics, education, homeless outreach services, supportive housing programs, peer counseling services, services on site by partnering agencies, etc). ISLAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSESSMENTS P.O. Box 2256 Phone: Target Group: Adults Pearl City, HI Area Served: Statewide Open to anyone involved with Probation; Parole; Family Court; Family Drug Court; Child Welfare Services; Driver's Education- DUI; Probation Act-44 and Department of Transportation safety. Assessments for drug/alcohol mandates are done according to federal and state laws; private and confidential professional services. Provider is a Substance Abuse Professional and DOT compliant. KAHI MOHALA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER Fort Weaver Rd. Call Center: Target Group: Youth, adults Ewa Beach, HI Hospital: Area Served: Statewide Fax: Adult inpatient, partial child/adolescent inpatient and residential, adult partial hospitalization, child/adolescent partial outpatient mental health services. Medical detox with set-up acute adolescent and adult care. Court ordered access and Hawaii State Hospital. Low ropes course available for use in treatment. KAISER PERMANENTE Department of Mental Health Ala Moana Bldg Phone: Target Group: General, Kaiser members Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu KALIHI YMCA Fees: Yes Evaluation and referral services for members, education, benefits for outpatient and residential services, individual and group counseling, and medication as appropriate Kalihi St. Phone: Target Group: Adolescents 5

6 Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu School-based substance abuse treatment for adolescents in the following high schools: Aiea, Campbell, Farrington, Kailua, Kaimuki, Leilehua, Moanalua, Roosevelt, Waialua, Waianae, Waipahu and Nanakuli High Schools. Court-ordered outpatient substance abuse treatment for adolescents in Leeward Oahu, Waianae Coast, and Central Oahu areas. Outreach, prevention and intervention to at risk youth in Honolulu, Central and Leeward Oahu. KIANE LEE, LMHC, CSAC 1833 Kalakaua Ave Ste 503 Phone: Target Group: General Honolulu, HI N. Nimitz Hwy Ste A203 Area Served: Oahu Fees: Yes Honolulu, HI Help for those with mental health and substance abuse issues. Ask about home visits. KOKUA KALIHI VALLEY COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY SERVICES 2239 N. School St. Phone: Target Group: All Ages Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Kalihi KU ALOHA OLA MAU All ages outpatient services on Oahu N. Nimitz Hwy. Suite C-302 Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu & Big Island Cornerstone 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 Includes education, testing, counseling and support services for TB, HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis B for Ku Aloha Ola Mau patients and patients of other treatment programs. Federal Drug Aftercare Program Federal Drug Aftercare Program (DAP) provides substance abuse assessments, individual and group counseling, monitoring for illicit drugs and referrals. Oahu Methadone Treatment Program Methadone treatment is an outpatient program for substance abusers who have a documented addiction to heroin. Medical services, individual, and group counseling are provided. LEEWARD COUNSELING CENTER P.O. Box Phone: Target Group: Adults Kapolei, HI Area Served: Oahu Fees: Fee for service, call for specifics Provides drug/alcohol/anger management assessment ($60 cash), educational level of care ($25 cash each class): 6 sessions each Thursday, 6 to 8p at 3950 Paine Circle Honolulu, HI Call for more information. MCKENNA RECOVERY CENTER: KE ALA PONO First Interstate Building Phone: Target Group: Adults, Professionals S. King St. Suite #962 Area Served: Statewide Honolulu, HI Intervention with a Board Certified Interventionist; Initial Evaluation: a thorough bio-psycho-social, psychiatric, chemical dependency assessment; Intensive outpatient treatment; Treatment of Co-occurring disorders; Family Component; Medication Management and Treatment; Individual Counseling as needed; Aftercare, includes Post-Residential (Post- Inpatient treatment); DOT and FAA compliant treatment. 6

7 Honolulu Professionals Program Patients in this program are certified professionals or executives with advanced degrees, typically: physicians, lawyers, pilots, nurses, flight attendants, professors, law students, nursing students and other professionals. NEW HORIZONS Pali Momi St. Suite 707 Phone: Target Group: Adults & youth Aiea HI Phone: Area Served: Statewide OXFORD HOUSE, INC. Outpatient counseling by appointment; public/private seminars on education, prevention, treatment of substance abuse; 24-hour phone service. State Chapter Phone: Target Group: Adults in the early stages of recovery 350 Ward Ave. #106-9 Area Served: Oahu Honolulu, HI Fees: Approximately $350-$400, call for details on payment. Recovery group homes, clean and sober living environment. PATH CLINIC (Perinatal Addiction Treatment of Hawaii) nd Ave Phone: Target Group: Pregnant or recently pregnant women Honolulu, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu Fees: Services may be possible without insurance/money Comprehensive prenatal, delivery and postnatal care to women with past or present methamphetamine or other substance abuse issues. Services include obstetric/gynecological care, pediatric care, psychiatric care, case management, social service referrals, classes, activities and childcare. PARADISE RECOVERY 1050 Bishop St., #162 Toll Free: (866) Target Group: Adults Honolulu, Hawaii PO AILANI, INC. Area Served: Statewide Fees: Yes, cash only Drug rehab program includes medically monitored detox, five phase treatment (includes therapy, relapse prevention strategies, etc), personal fitness goals, spa elements, Hawaiian elements and post-treatment monitoring. Residential and outpatient services available. 553 Kawainui St. Phone: Target Group: Adults with dual diagnosis Kailua, HI Fax: Area Served: Statewide QUEEN S SERVICES Residential and outpatient treatment for clients with a psychiatric diagnosis and substance abuse issues. Priority given to pregnant women and intravenous drug users. Community housing Nuuanu Ave. Target Group: varies Honolulu, HI Counseling Center; Residential and counseling. Area Served: Statewide Day Treatment Services; Intensive outpatient, day treatment, and partial hospitalization for persons with substance use disorders, mental illness, and dual diagnosis. SALVATION ARMY Addiction Treatment Services Phone: Target Group: Adults Waokanaka St. Fax: Area Served: Statewide Honolulu, HI Social detoxification for alcohol and other drugs; continuum of residential, outpatient and aftercare substance abuse treatment services; treatment services for inmates of correctional facilities. 7

8 Adult Rehabilitation Center Phone: Target Group: Adult men only 322 Sumner St. Fax: Area Served: Statewide Honolulu, HI Support program. Purpose is the spiritual regeneration of men who may be spiritually, mentally, morally, physically and socially handicapped; and to provide opportunities for them to rebuild their lives. Family Treatment Services Phone: Target group: women in early recovery and their children nd Ave. Fax: Area Served: Statewide Honolulu, HI Supportive, clean and sober housing for women recently completing treatment and/or in outpatient day treatment. Life skills, parenting, relapse prevention, and job readiness. SAND ISLAND TREATMENT CENTER 1240 Sand Island Access Rd. Phone: Target Group: Adults Honolulu, HI Outpatient: Area Served: Statewide P.O. Box 3045 Fax: Honolulu, Hawaii Includes day treatment, partial hospitalization, interim services, residential substance abuse treatment, outpatient counseling, dual diagnosis, transitional living, aftercare & follow-up. Supportive living for program graduates. STARR INC. (SOBRIETY TRAINING & RECOVERY RESOURCES) 111 Hekili St. Suite1603 Phone: Target Group: people in recovery Kailua, HI Area Served: Oahu Fees: Call for more information STARR Inc. is part of the Access to Recovery Network: Educational & vocational training; spiritual & clinical counseling; anger management classes; coping with anxiety & depression; housing support; child care. UNITED STATES VETERANS INITIATIVE, INC. Veterans-in-Progress Homeless Transitional Program Building 37 Shangrila Rd. Phone: Target Group: Single, homeless military veterans Kalaeloa, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu Outreach, housing, food, substance abuse treatment, dual diagnosis treatment, mental health treatment, case management, aftercare, vocational, employment placements, counseling, social integration activities, skill-building, faith activities; sober, therapeutic community treatment modality. WAIANAE CIVIC CENTER (PAI`OLU KAI`AULU) HOMELESS TRANSITIONAL FACILITY Farrington Hwy. Phone: Target Group: Unsheltered homeless individuals & families Waianae, HI Fax: Area Served: Waianae Coast & Leeward Area Housing, food, substance abuse treatment, mental health referrals, case management, employment readiness, counseling, parenting/nurturing, children s activities. WAIANAE COAST COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTER (Malama Recovery) Farrington Hwy. Phone: Target Group: Adults, youth, pregnant women Waianae, HI Fax: Area Served: Statewide Leeward Kokua Program Support, outreach, case management for substance using/abusing mothers and their families on the Leeward Coast. Malama Recovery Services Intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment. Baby S.A.F.E. Program; Intervention, outreach, support, pre-treatment for pregnant and post-partum women. 8

9 MILITARY SERVICES ON OAHU ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING SERVICE (ASACS) P.O. Box Phone: Target Group: Army adolescent dependents Mililani, Hawaii Fax: Area Served: Oahu Education and counseling services for Army dependants with a substance use disorder. ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION & CONTROL PROGRAM (ADAPCP) MCHK-PSA/Stop 129 Phone: Target Group: Department of Army personnel, family members Building 673 (1 st Floor) Fax: Area Served: Statewide, Pacific Rim Schofield Barracks, HI Provides referral, evaluation, and outpatient treatment services. Includes group, individual and family therapy for substance abuse. SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING CENTER P.O. Box Phone: Target Group: USMC and dependents M.C.B.H. Kaneohe Bay, HI Fax: Area Served: Oahu Substance abuse intervention, assessment, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and referrals. ARMY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM (ASAP) MCHK-PSA/ Stop 129 Phone: Target Group: Army, dependents, National Guard, retired Building 681 Fax: Area Served: Statewide, Pacific Rim Schofield Barracks HI ne Provides education and counseling services regarding substance abuse to Army family members. ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT (ADAPT) Program 15 MDOS/SGOMH Phone: Target Group: Air Force, dependents, Leeward high schools 655 Vickers Ave Fax: Area Served: Hickam Air Force Base Hickam AFB, HI ne Substance abuse evaluation, education, and rehabilitation services for Air Force personnel. HAWAI I ISLAND BASED SERVICES BIG ISLAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNCIL (BISAC) Corporate Office (mailing) Admin: (808) Waianuenue Ave. Hilo, HI Waianuenue Ave, Suite 101 Hilo: (808) Target Group: Substance Abusers Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island Halekii St. Kealakekua: (808) Kealakekua, HI Fax: Hilo 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, and therapeutic living (24-hour supervision - separate male/female homes). Kona Outpatient Treatment Adolescent & adult outpatient services, men s therapeutic living program and early intervention classes. BRIDGE HOUSE P.O.Box 2489 Phone: Target Group: Adults 9

10 Kailua-Kona, HI Fax: Area Served: Island of Hawaii, accepts referrals Residential facility offering supportive services and vocational skill building programs to newly recovering addicts and alcoholics. 130 day program; case management, referrals and transportation to residents as well as other needed services. CATHOLIC CHARITIES HAWAII KAWAIHAE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM P.O Box 1976 Phone: (808) Target Group: Female domestic violence victims with children Kamuela, HI Area Served: Big Island Housing, support services, resource staff member to assist in education & employment, clients must participate in parenting classes. Special Restrictions: must have children under 18, maximum stay of 18 months, mandatory drug testing. CYNTHIA GALIANO, MFT PO Box 523 Phone: Target Group: General Kealakekua, HI Area Served: Big Island Fees: Yes, most insurance accepted Substance abuse assessments, including DOT safety assessments and outpatient counseling. HILO METHADONE TREATMENT PROGRAM 900 Leilani St. Phone: Target Group: People with opiate dependency Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island Methadone medication, individual & group counseling, early intervention services, RN/Doctors/ certified substance abuse counselors on staff. FAITH AGAINST DRUGS (FAD) 55 Kilauea Ave. Phone: (808) Target Group: Adults Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island (referrals also accepted) Fees: call for specifics Individual and group counseling and case management. Program fees include furnished rooms (one adult per room). Residents provide and prepare their own meals. HELPING HANDS HAWAII P.O. Box 1535 Phone: Target Group: Adults Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Laupahoehoe to Pahoa (referrals only) Adult intensive outpatient and inpatient services on Big Island. KU ALOHA OLA MAU th /Pua Kalo St. Phone: Target Group: Adults Keaau, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island P.O Box 2300 Pahoa, HI Culturally based outpatient and intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment utilizing traditional healing modalities, educational groups, drug assessments, & relapse prevention. LOKAHI TREATMENT CENTERS Crisis Hotline: Honoka'a office Phone: Target Group: Adults & adolescents Mamane St. Fax: Area Served: Big Island Honoka`a, HI lokahitreatmentcenters.net; Kona Office Phone:

11 Hillside Plaza Kuakini Hwy Fax: Suite B105 Kailua-Kona, HI Kohala Office Phone: Kohala Town Center Fax: Akoni Puli Hwy. Unit 6 Kapa`au, HI Na`alehu Office Phone: PO Box 24 Fax: Na`alehu, HI Hilo Office Phone: Hualani St. Bldg. 10 Fax: Suite 195B Hilo, HI Waikoloa Office Phone: P.O. Box Fax: Waikoloa, HI Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Programs (Gender Specific Group); Mental Health Evaluations & Counseling; Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program; Anger Management Programs for Adults/adolescents/Children; Family Therapy Sessions; Women's Trauma Group; Psychiatric Evaluations; Medication Management; Individual Counseling MCKENNA RECOVERY CENTER: KE ALA PONO-HILO 140 Puueo St. Phone: Target Group: Adolescents & Adults Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island Intervention with a Board Certified Interventionist; Initial Evaluation: a thorough bio-psycho-social, psychiatric, chemical dependency assessment; Intensive outpatient treatment; Treatment of Co-occurring disorders; Family Component; Medication Management and Treatment; Individual Counseling as needed; Aftercare, includes Post-Residential (Post- Inpatient treatment); DOT and FAA compliant treatment. OHANA COUNSELING SERVICES, INC. 56 Waianuenue Ave. Suite 202 Phone: Target Group: Adults & adolescents Hilo, HI Fax: Area Served: Big Island PO`AILANI INC. Provides substance abuse counseling, individual and/or family therapy and mental health counseling Alahou St. #1A Phone: Target Group: Adults with dual diagnosis Kailua-Kona, HI Day, intensive outpatient treatment. Area Served: Statewide SALVATION ARMY 219 Ponahawai St. Hilo: Target Group: Anyone/Homeless Hilo, HI Area Served: Hilo & Kona Kalani St. Kona: Kailua-Kona, HI Family Intervention Services P.O. Box 5085 Phone: Target Group: Adolescents 11

12 Hilo, HI Area Served: Big Island Various services available at different locations including: Hot meal program, food pantry for the homeless or needy, spiritual counseling services; Food assistance; clothing vouchers; Prevention/intervention programs. TURNING POINT FOR FAMILIES - Domestic Violence Shelter P.O. Box 384 Phone: Target Group: Women and children Holualoa, HI Area served: Big Island Emergency housing and clothing, 3 bedrooms (with bunk beds), 3 bathrooms. Transitional apartments in Hilo for women who have graduated from the shelter. Children s Program Play therapy, parenting education, safety plans. Alternatives To Violence Assists with Temporary Restraining Orders, Court assists, substance abuse assessment groups (men and women) that have been arrested for domestic violence. KAUAI BASED SERVICES CATHOLIC CHARITIES HAWAII 3343 Kanakolu St. Phone: Target Group: General Lihue, HI Area Served: Kauai Housing, counseling and emergency assistance for those demonstrating a housing need or problem. CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICE 2970 Kele St. Suite 203 Phone: Target Group: Pregnant and parenting women Lihue, HI Fax: Area Served: Kauai Specialized substance abuse outreach, early intervention, and treatment for pregnant and parenting women on Kauai. Baby Safe Program Accepts children up to a year old for drug & alcohol screening, referrals and education, individual & group counseling. Aids caregivers with assistance in reconnecting with the community, transportation, parenting skills and budgeting. HINA MAUKA RECOVERY CENTER 2970 Haleko Rd. Suite 103 Phone: Target Group: Teens and adults Lihue, HI Fax: Area Served: Kauai 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. Teen C.A.R.E. School based outpatient treatment services for adolescents based at Waimea Canyon & Chiefess Kamakahelei Intermediate Schools, Kapaa Middle School, and Kapaa, Waimea & Kauai High Schools. Provides individual and family counseling, skill building, and support group services. KAUAI VETERANS CENTER Kuhio Hwy. Suite 101 Phone: Target Group: Military Veterans Lihue, HI Fax: Area Served: Kauai and Ni`ihau 12 Substance abuse outpatient treatment program, group treatment (3 sessions/weekly), individual & family counseling, readjustment counseling and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment provided. MCKENNA RECOVERY CENTERS: KE ALA PONO-KAUAI 4374 Kukui Grove St. #104 Phone: Target Group: Adults, youth ages Lihue, HI Fax: Area Served: Kauai

13 Intervention with a Board Certified Interventionist; Initial Evaluation: a thorough bio-psycho-social, psychiatric, chemical dependency assessment; Intensive outpatient treatment; Treatment of Co-occurring disorders; Family Component; Medication Management and Treatment; Individual Counseling as needed; Aftercare, includes Post-Residential (Post- Inpatient treatment); DOT and FAA compliant treatment. SALVATION ARMY 4465 Puolo Rd. Kanepepe: Target Group: Anyone/Homeless Hanapepe HI Hardy St. Lihue: Area Served: Kauai Lihue HI Various services available at different locations including: Thrift store; soup kitchen; homeless program; limited financial assistance program; wholeness program (food distributed once a month, clothes voucher once a month); women s group; men s group; children s program (call for more details); Food assistance for the homeless, electrical and rent assistance, counseling and a pastor is available (other programs available, please call for more information). ALOHA HOUSE Lanai Based Services Dole Administration Building Phone: Target Group: Adults & adolescents Suite 102 Fax: Area Served: Lanai City Lanai City, HI Adult intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment, group counseling, individual counseling and family counseling. ALOHA HOUSE School based program (held at Lanai High & Elementary School) Outpatient treatment consisting of group counseling, individual counseling, and family counseling. Maui Based Services 250 Waiehu Beach Rd. Crisis Hotline: Wailuku, HI Phone: Target Group: Adolescents and adults Fax: Area Served: Statewide Adult residential inpatient treatment, day treatment, outpatient, mental health services and education classes provided for adults. Outpatient program & counselors provided for a school based treatment at: Iao, Kalama, Lahaina, Lokelani, & Mauiwaena Intermediate Schools, and Baldwin, King Kekaulike, Lahainaluna & Maui High Schools. Malama Family Recovery Center Phone: Target Group: Pregnant and/or single women with children Fax: Area Served: Statewide Residential Therapeutic Living Program Eeach woman may have one child, under the age of three (3), living on the premises with them. Twenty-four hour/seven days a week staffing provides safety, and monitors adherence to program guidelines. Intensive Outpatient Program 12 to 16 week program (minimum attendance of 10hrs/week). The relapse prevention program focuses on drug and alcohol abuse. This program also provides anger management, drug testing, acupuncture, substance abuse counseling, individual (1hr/week) & group therapy. CHAMP CLINIC (Comprehensive Health and Attitude Management) 270 Waiehu Beach Rd. Phone: Target Group: Adults Wailuku, HI Area Served: Statewide Opiate abuse treatment, detoxification, methadone maintenance, methadone detoxification, counseling MAUI YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES 13

14 P.O. Box Phone: Target Group: Youth years Paia, HI Hour: Area Served: Statewide Fax: Emergency shelter for youth 10-17; Outreach, advocacy and diversion services; Therapeutic foster homes. OHANA MAKAMAE PO Box 914 Phone: Target Group: General community Hana, HI Fax: Area Served: Hana, east Maui Fees: Most programs offered are free or on a sliding scale Comprehensive community substance abuse recovery and support agency. Includes: Adult Intensive Out-Patient program, School based treatment services at Hana middle & high school, Sober living house, Dual diagnosis assistance available, Family counseling & support services (life skills trainings, job seeking assistance, etc), Emergency food & clothing bank SALVATION ARMY Thrift Store & Admin: Kihei: Target Group: Anyone/Homeless (Kahului & Lahaina sites) 35 Halekuai St. Area Served: Maui Kihei,HI W. Kamehameha Ave. Kahului: Kahului, HI Shaw St. Lahaina: Lahaina, HI Various services available at different locations including: Thrift store; Hot meal program; food pantry for the homeless or needy; spiritual counseling services and church; food box distribution; rental assistance; budgeting classes, call for more information. HALE HO OKUPA A Molokai Based Services 450 Ala Malama St. Phone: Target Group: Adult & Adolescents Kaunakakai, HI Fax: Area Served: Molokai P.O. Box 1812, call for specifics Kaunakakai, HI Screening/assessment, referral, individual counseling, group education/therapy, family education & counseling, transportation to treatment, urinalysis & report, and drug court treatment. KA HALE POMAIKA I P.O. Box 1895 Phone/Fax: Target Group: Adults in early recovery Kaunakakai, HI SALVATION ARMY Area Served: Maui County Fees: call for specifics Clean & Sober Transitional/Supported Living Program; Outreach peer support and mentoring for participants who desire to maintain their sobriety; relapse prevention services; transportation to recovery strengthening support groups and activities; 24 hour warm line and recorded information on 12-step meetings; UA drug screening; substance abuse assessments conducted by a licensed CSAC; referral and assistance to enter treatment; education and ohana-focused sobriety enhancing activities. Kualapuu Business Center Phone: Target Group: Anyone/Homeless 100 Kalahe Hwy Suite 110 Area Served: Molokai Kualapuu, HI Referrals, emergency food pantry, counseling, budgeting, food shopping skills, pastoral work/counseling and a church. 14

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