The Hawai’i Opioid Prevention and Education (HOPE) grant is designed to provide resources to all rural communities of Hawaii to help decrease substance use disorder. We will do this by sharing information on available resources, trainings, treatment options including free telepsych options, and bring partners together to develop plans to improve the services available locally. We have created these resource listings to help you identify what is available in Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i. Please let us know of any updates (errors, omissions, new programs, etc.) by emailing [email protected]

 

MAUI TREATMENT & RECOVERY

Akamai Recovery Maui
(808) 214-5931  |  1063 Lower Main St., Ste. C211A, Wailuku, HI 96793
Services: Akamai Recovery Maui utilizes comprehensive outpatient recovery therapies and services to individuals with chemical dependency. Our unique, long-term, evidence-based treatment increases the chances of recovery.

Aloha House, Inc.
(808) 579-8414 | 200 Ike Drive, Makawao, HI 96768 | [email protected]
Services: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services  •  Detox  •  Opioids Detoxification  •  Substance Abuse Treatment Services  •  Inpatient Drug Rehab  •  Inpatient Treatment Center (ITC) For Adults  •  Other Residential Services (Excluding RTCs)  •  Short Term Drug Rehab  •  Long Term Drug Rehab  •  Inpatient Detoxification  •  Hospital Inpatient Detoxification  •  Clean & Sober Housing

Ke Ala Pono – Maui Youth and Family Services Inc
(808) 579-8414
Services: Individualized treatment for 12-17 year-olds that includes clinical supervision, individual and family counseling, group therapy, education about addiction as well as activities, and recreational excursions that reflect Hawaiian cultural values. Clients in this program also participate in The Makoa Projectclick here to learn more. Read more

Malama Family Recovery Center
(808) 877-7117  |  200 Ike Drive,  Makawao, HI 96768
To provide caring, holistic substance abuse treatment to women and children so families can live safe, independent, and healthy lives.
Services: Therapeutic Living Program  •  Sober Living Program  •  Intensive Outpatient Treatment  •  BabySAFE (Substance Abuse Free Environment)

Maui Recovery
(877) 317-8260  |  22 Waimahaihai St., Kihei, HI 96753  |  [email protected]
At Maui Recovery we’ve created a Recovery Program combining Holistic Wellness, Best-Practice Care, Nature & Transformative Experiences in order to achieve lasting Recovery. On the magical, mythical island of Maui, each struggling addict undertakes their own Hero’s Journey to overcome their struggles and find the purpose and passion of their lives; in a safe, nurturing and healing environment that provides a space for individuals to find the serenity to do the meaningful inner work, while growing spiritually as part of a supportive family community. Our clients get to go inward and dispel the false messages that have been running their lives and discover the truth about who they really are.

Behavioral Health Hawaii
(808) 243-3200  |  1325 S. Kihei Road, Suite 215 (in Kihei Plaza), Kihei, HI 96753
Comprehensive Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment on the Island of Maui.
Services: Outpatient Treatment  •  Medically-Assisted Detox  •  Family Services

‘Ohana Makamae – Hana’s Family Resource Center
(808) 248-8538  |  39 Keanini Street,  Hana, Maui  |  [email protected]
Our mission is to strengthen the families of East Maui using Hawaiian culture and spiritual values.
Services: Outpatient services  •  Clean & Sober Housing  •  Integrated Addiction Case Coordination

Valley Isle Healthcare
(808) 442-3245  |  310 Ohukai Rd Ste 315, Kihei, HI 96753
We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the community of Maui.  There are many populations in our community that do not have equal access to high-quality healthcare. These often overlooked populations are often the most vulnerable in the community. Serving them is the focus of our clinic. We provide medical care and healthcare coordination to people of all ages, walks of life, ethnicities, incomes, genders, and races including those who are normally not able to obtain quality care.
Services: Medically Assisted Addiction Treatment

Buprenorphine Provider List (as of Feb. 2021)

 

MAUI PREVENTION

Maui Youth and Family Services Inc  (Adolescent Community Base Program)
(808) 574-8414 | 1931 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao, HI 96768
Services: Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Prevention  •  Outreach and Advocacy  •  Project Venture  •  Ho’ala Mai Truancy and Prevention Services (for Baldwin and Maui High School students)  •  Ho’ala Mai Mentoring Program

Ho‘āla Hou – Alu Like
(808) 535-6700  |  [email protected]
The Ho‘āla Hou Department provides prevention services to youth ages 10-17. Department staff utilizes Best Practice or Evidence-Based prevention curriculums to educate youths and parents on the dangers of substance abuse/use. We continue to provide on-going substance-free activities at various schools statewide and partner with other local agencies. The department also works to develop a variety of prevention curriculum, incorporating Hawaiian values, culture, and practices.

Mental Health America of Hawaii
(808) 242-6461  |  95 Mahalani Street, Room 5, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
For over 75 years, Mental Health America of Hawaii has been Hawaii’s leading mental health education and advocacy organization. We educate and organize our community to enhance mental wellness for all Hawaii’s people. Through our leadership, we expand mental health awareness, understanding, and action. We continue to be proactive in advocating for the needs of people with mental illness, including children and youth, adults, elders, and their families – at the legislature, state agencies, and in the media.

Maui Homeless Alliance: Continuum of Care 
(808) 242-4900  |  99 Mahalani St., Wailuku, HI
Maui Homeless Alliance Continuum of Care (MHACOC) is a planning, coordinating, and advocacy body that develops recommendations for programs and services to fill gaps in the Continuum of Care of the homeless on Maui.  MHACOC is a membership organization of homeless service providers, other professionals, units of local and state government, other service providers and community representatives.

Maui Economic Opportunity
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Family Center – (808) 249-2990  |  99 Mahalani St., Wailuku, HI
Hana Neighborhood Center – (808) 248-8282  |  Uakea Road, Hana, HI 96713
MEO is a nonprofit Community Action Agency committed to helping low income individuals and families become stable and achieve economic security. MEO’s services are constantly changing to meet the needs of children and families, the disabled and medically needy, and the elderly and other low-income individuals. MEO works with more than twenty-five community partners to help people and change lives. All MEO programs are tangible translations of the Promise of Community Action.

Boys & Girls Club of Maui
(808) 242-4363  | 100 Kanaloa Avenue, Kahului, HI 96732  |  [email protected]
Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui services over 2,200 members and an additional 7,000 youth each hear through outreach. More than just an after school hangout, our clubs provide a safe place for kids to come and do their homework, lean, and have fun. Programs: Education & Career Center Development, Character & Leadership Development, Sports, Fitness, & Recreation, The Arts, and Health & Life Skills.

Big Brother Big Sister Hawaii
(808) 442-7890  |  200 Waimaluhia Lane, Wailuku, HI  96793
Since 1963, Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaiʻi has helped children facing adversity reach their fullest potential by matching them with a caring volunteer in a one-to-one mentoring friendship. Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui
(808) 986.8634  |  1773 Wili Pa Loop # A, Wailuku, HI 96793
The Friends of the Children’s Justice Center of Maui (FCJC) is a private, non-profit corporation, founded in 1989 by a non-partisan group of community and business leaders concerned with the social welfare of children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and severe neglect.

 



MOLOKA’I TREATMENT & RECOVERY

Hale Ho’okupa’a
(808) 553-3231 |
450 Ala Malama St, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
Services: Hale Ho’okupa’a Adolescent School-Based Outpatient Treatment is a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment based at Molokai Middle School and Molokai High School. The treatment center provides outpatient care. There are special groups and programs for DUI and DWI offenders and criminal justice groups.

Ka Hale Pomaika’i
(808) 558-8480  | PO Box 1895, Kaunakakai, HI 96748 | Located on Hawaiian Homestead Lead – Ualapu’e
Services: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services  •  Temporary Sober Living  •  Mix of Mental Health and Substance Abuse  •  Outpatient Drug Rehab  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment  • Integrated Addiction Case Coordination  •  Specialized  Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant women and Women with Dependent Children  • NA & AA meetings

Ka Hale Pomaika’i  Molokai Middle School (Adolescent Only)
(808) 558-8480  |  2175 Lihi Pali Avenue, Hoolehua, HI 96729
Services: Outpatient  •  Regular outpatient treatment

Moloka’i Community Service Council
(808) 553-3244  |  25 Kamehameha V Highway, Kaunakakai, HI 96748  |  [email protected]
Founded in 1974 as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, the Moloka‘i Community Service Council has sponsored dozens of community projects over the past thirty-one years. Our mission is: To build a healthy Moloka‘i community by providing and sponsoring non-profit human services, charitable programs and community building projects.

Molokai Community Health Center
(808) 553-5038  |  30 Oki Pl, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
Services: School-based substance abuse groups  •  Substance Abuse Counseling (coming soon)

Na Pu’uwai Native Hawaiian Health Care System
(808) 560-3563 | 604 Maunaloa Highway, Building C, Kaunakakai, Hawai‘i 96748
Services: Drug Recovery programs for individuals and groups using Certified Substance Abuse Counseling.

Buprenorphine Practitioner – None at this time

 

MOLOKA’I PREVENTION

Ho‘āla Hou – Alu Like
(808) 535-6700  |  [email protected]
The Ho‘āla Hou Department provides prevention services to youth ages 10-17. Department staff utilizes Best Practice or Evidence Based prevention curriculums to educate youths and parents on the dangers of substance abuse/use. We continue to provide on-going substance free activities at various schools statewide and partner with other local agencies. The department also works to develop a variety of prevention curriculum, incorporating Hawaiian values, culture, and practices.

Moloka’i Youth Center – Moloka’i Community Service Council
(808) 553-3675  |  [email protected]
This is Moloka’i’s only youth center.  It serves more than 1,000 youths annually.  The Center is open 6 days a week, and it provides recreational, educational, and community service activities for all of the island’s children.

Christ Center School of Healing
(808) 567-6689  |  495 Puupeelua Avenue, Hoolehua, HI 96729
Church Service group that uses Christian religion and values to help people in need and those at risk.

Puni O Ke Ola (PIKO)
A 3-year pilot program funded by the Department of Health, 12-18 year old students (homestead focus, native Hawaiian) drug and alcohol prevention program held at the community center after school. Students can return to the school to catch the bus home. Transportation is offered for field trips. Culturally based programming. “Photovoice” is used as a strategy to engage with students.

Maui Economic Opportunity – Moloka’i Branch Office
(808) 553-3216  | 380 Kolapa Place, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
MEO is a nonprofit Community Action Agency committed to helping low income individuals and families become stable and achieve economic security. MEO’s services are constantly changing to meet the needs of children and families, the disabled and medically needy, and the elderly and other low-income individuals. MEO works with more than twenty-five community partners to help people and change lives. All MEO programs are tangible translations of the Promise of Community Action.

 



LĀNA’I TREATMENT & RECOVERY

Lana’i Community Health Center
(808) 565-6919  |  333 Sixth Street, Lana’i City, HI 96763
Services: Outpatient Treatment Services

Ka Hale Pomaika’i  
(808) 558-8480  | PO Box 1895, Kaunakakai, HI 96748 | Located on Hawaiian Homestead Lead – Ualapu’e
Services: Outpatient substance abuse treatment
Serving Lana‘i adults on a weekly basis. 

Kalihi YMCA
Services: Youth outpatient  substance abuse treatment

LĀNA’I PREVENTION

Lana’i Youth Center
(808) 565-7675  |  717 Fraser Avenue, Lanai City Hawaii, 96763  |  [email protected]
To provide programs that assist in early youth development, that will help build positive attitudes and a healthy lifestyle. We will provide a clean, safe and healthy environment for our members and community. We will promote a healthy lifestyle and educate youth to be alcohol, tobacco, and drug-free. We will assist youth to engage in responsible decision making and pro-social behavior and develop a positive sense of self-respect. We will focus on the fundamentals of youth development. We will increase partnerships with community agencies as an alternative resource.

Maui Economic Opportunity – Lana’i Branch Office
(808) 565-6665  |  1144 Ilima Avenue, #102, Lanai City, HI 96763
MEO is a nonprofit Community Action Agency committed to helping low income individuals and families become stable and achieve economic security. MEO’s services are constantly changing to meet the needs of children and families, the disabled and medically needy, and the elderly and other low-income individuals. MEO works with more than twenty-five community partners to help people and change lives. All MEO programs are tangible translations of the Promise of Community Action.