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Ku Aloha Ola Mau

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.

Website:

Address:

1130 N. Nimitz Highway, Suite C-302
Honolulu, HI 96817

(808) 982-9555 - Puna - Type: Program

(808) 961-6822 - Hilo - Type: Program

(808) 469-1643 - Honolulu - Type: Service/Intake

(808) 497-1896 - Honolulu - Type: Service/Intake

(808) 538-0704 - Honolulu - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Administration - Billing/Finance Office)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Monday thru Friday: 7:45am to 3:45pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Website:

(808) 775-9914 - Administration - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Hilo)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Monday thru Friday - 8:00am to 4:30pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Website:

Address:

400 Hualani St. Bldg10
Suite 195B
Hilo, HI 96720

(808) 969-9292 - Hilo - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Honoka’a)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Monday & Wednesday - 11:00am to 4:30pm
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday - 8:00am to 4:30pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Address:

45-3544 Mamane Street
Honoka'a, HI 96727

(808) 775-7707 - Honoka'a - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Kohala)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday: 9am to 5:000pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Website:

Address:

54-3886 Akoni Puli Hwy. Unit 6
Kapa'au, HI 96755

(808) 889-5099 - Kohala - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Kona)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Monday thru Thursday: 8am to 4:30pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Website:

Address:

Hillside Plaza 76-6225 Kuakini Hwy.
Suite B105
Kailua Kona , HI 96740

(808) 331-1175 - Kona - Type: Main



Lokahi Treatment Centers (Waikoloa)

Description:

How it all started:
When the crystal methamphetamine epidemic escalated on the Big Island of Hawaii in the late 1990's Dr. Jamal F. Wasan responded by founding Waikoloa Community-Based Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Recovery Program, now known as Lokahi Treatment Centers (LTC). He quickly learned that drug abuse was not an isolated problem and expanded LTC's services to create an integrated model to address related mental health and anger issues, as well.

This program is unique among other island programs in that it is community-based and "grass-roots" focused. The community-based mission is to maximize the power of the people to advocate for treatment and recovery in order to prevent harmful effects of substance abuse upon families, businesses, and the local communities.

Our Vision Statement: We visualize all of Hawaii's adults, adolescents and children to have optimal physical and mental health; where mental health, substance abuse, dependency and addiction are recognized as health issues; and where stigma and other barriers to recovery are eliminated.

Our Mission Statement: We will provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse treatment services that are culturally appropriate to Big Island adults, adolescents and children. This mission is accomplished through the use of an integrated approach to treatment utilizing both cognitive-behavioral and existential psychotherapy. This allows the individual to formulate a reason for changing and create strategies to experience emotional, cognitive and spiritual growth.

Our Guiding Principles:
  • We believe in a holistic approach to restore harmony and unity to the individuals, families and communities that we serve.
  • We believe in the highest level of care, while respecting cultural values.
  • We believe in outreach and assessment of community needs; and advocacy for the provision of those needs.
  • We believe in strength-based and client centered treatment with linkages and referrals to other community-based resources for continued recovery.
  • We believe in a non-judgmental approach with compassion, respect and dignity for all.

Hours:
Monday thru Friday - 8:00am to 4:30pm
Closed on Federal Holidays

Website:

Address:

P.O.Box 383401
Waikoloa, HI 96738

(808) 883-0922 - Waikoloa - Type: Main



Malama Family Recovery Services (WCCHC)

Description:

Provides intensive outpatient treatment for men and women with substance abuse problems. Services include the following: a comprehensive screening and assessment, 16-weeks of intensive outpatient treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, individual counseling, gender specific groups, family and couples counseling, parenting classes, domestic violence counseling, anger management, alcohol and drug education, and case management services. Accessibility: Barrier-free for disabled. Transportation: Rides provided by agency. Insurance: Quest or other private health insurance plans.

Target Group:
Pearl City to Makaha on Oahu.

Fees:
Sliding scale fee based on income.

Application Process:
There is a written application and screening interview.

Eligibility Requirements:
1 Appropriate for intensive outpatient treatment services. 2 Meets clinical substance abuse dependency criteria. 3 Demonstrates some commitment to abstinence from alcohol and other drugs.

Website:

Address:

89-188 Farrington Hwy
Waianae, HI 96792

(808) 668-2277 - Waianae - Type: Program



Pregnant and Parenting Women and Dependent Children Therapeutic Living Program

Description:

The specialized TLP program for Pregnant, Parenting, Women and Children (PPWC) program that provides a variety of case management and treatment services focused on women with children in order to ensure the well-being of the mother and to establish a safe, solid and nurturing foundation for the children to grow. The Clean and Sober Program serves as an interim placement between treatment and transition. Both men and women’s programs are supported by a house manager. Clients are expected to attend meetings, seek jobs, and take the appropriate steps to transitioning back into society.

Culinary Program
Having a purpose and feeling productive can make all the difference. The Culinary Program allows Therapeutic Living Program clients gain valuable professional job training skills and experience in a supportive environment by participating in planning, preparing and serving unique island cuisine through BISAC’s INSPIRE Catering service.

Parent Child Education (STEPS)
Being a parent can be challenging and stressful. The STEPS program is provided exclusively for the Pregnant and Parenting Women and Dependent Children Therapeutic Living Program (PPWDC TLP), its main objective, to provide compassionate and helpful information that will assist clients in being the best parents they can be. Clients in STEPS are encouraged to understand their children better through education on child developmental steps as well as helpful discipline techniques and communication tools.

Family Education
Family is important to Health. Family Education is a program provided to our Therapeutic Living Program participants and their families, helping families understand the struggles of an individual seeking substance abuse treatment and supporting the families in providing a nurturing environment upon their loved ones return into the family once treatment is complete.

(808) 969-9994 - Hilo - Type: Main



Salvation Army Substance Abuse Services

Description:

Addiction is a primary cause of ruined lives and shattered dreams. The Salvation Army knows all too well the importance of treatment and rehabilitation to help those suffering from substance abuse. It has programs that directly address the needs of men and women who want to change their lives.

Website:

Email:

Address:

3624 Waokanaka Street
Honolulu, HI 96817


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