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. Please let us know of any updates (errors, omissions, new programs, etc.) by emailing [email protected]

Click the island below to find treatment and prevention resources.

STATEWIDE & NATIONAL RESOURCES

Prevention, Behavioral & Supportive Health Services

‘Ohana Coach Program, a Peer to Peer Support Program – Call the ‘Ohana Coach Referral Line at 808-523-7550. Click HERE for more information

FREE! Telehealth Counseling Services for all neighbor islands – Sponsored by Hawai‘i State Rural Health Association + Flyer

Nation Take-Back InitiativeApril 30, 2022 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm – Turn in your unused or expired medication on Kauai, Maui, Hawaii Island and Oahu. Click HERE for more information

Training & Technical Assistance Related to COVID-19 – SAMSHA

Addiction & COVID-19– Addiction Policy Forum

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD)

Adult Mental Health Division (AMHD)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD)

Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center

Mental Health Kokua

Hawaii Behavioral Health

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Resources

International Overdose Awareness Day (August 31st) + Toolkit

Addictionary (a dictionary of words used to educate and destigmatize) – Recovery Research Institute

Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, Prevention Through Education

Treatment & Recovery

State offers one-stop hotline for crisis support, mental health resources & substance use treatment services – Posted August 5, 2020
Crisis Line & access to Hawai’i C.A.R.E.S: 1(800) 753-6879
Individuals in crisis can also text ALOHA to 741741
C.A.R.E.S Treatment Provider List (2019-2021)

Buprenorphine Provider List (as of Feb. 2021)

Hawai’i Opioid Initiative

Online Telepsychiatry & Telepsychology + Flyer – UTelehealth, Hawai’i Department of Health & University of Hawai’i JABSOM

Find local Buprenorphine Practitioners  •   Substance Use Facilities  •   Health Care Centers  •  Mental Health Facilities – SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Facility Locator

Substance Abuse Treatment Program List – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division

Clean & Sober Homes – Database Search – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division

Treatment Provider List – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division

Accredited Special Treatment Facilities – Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division

Drug Rehabs – Service and Program Finder 

Narcotics Anonymous  

Chronic Pain Anonymous 

Alcoholics Anonymous

Medication-Assisted Recovery Anonymous

SMART Recovery + Toolbox – online recovery

Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes)

Recovery Advocacy Project

Faces & Voices of Recovery (Recovery Advocacy and Education)

Addiction Policy Forum

Other Resources,  Funding Opportunities & Toolkits

Hawaii Behavioral Health Dashboard tracks substance use disorder, mental health disorder and homelessness.

New MOUD Waiver Program offering $1,000 to qualifying practitioners who want to start treating patients with Opioid Use Disorder (starting September 1, 2020) + Flyer – Hawai‘i State Rural Health Association, HOPE Grant

Caring for Women with Opioid Use Disorder Toolkit – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Health Resources and Services Administration

Funding & Tools to Build Healthy Drug-Free Rural Communities + Fact Sheet + Press Release – Rural Community Toolbox

Coalition to Stop Opioid Overdose – Advocacy

Providers Clinical Support System – funded by SAMHSA to train primary care providers in prevention & treatment of opioid use disorders

Saving Lives from Overdose During a Pandemic – Recommendations by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Webinar: Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in Correctional Settings –  by SAMHSA