The Salvation Army - Hawaiian & Pacific Islands
Addiction Treatment Services; Adult Rehabilitation Center; Family Treatment Services
Provides treatment for adults seeking help through every level of addiction recovery. Also offers assistance to incarcerated women and the homeless through their innovative Specialty Adult Programs.
Ka Hale Pomaika’i (KHP)
Provides substance abuse counseling, addiction treatment, recovery advocacy, transportation and peer mentoring. Also offers substance use related assessments, treatment, a sober living home and support programs.
Hoʻomau Ke Ola
Offers a continuum of care services in four (4) modalities: residential, therapeutic living, intensive outpatient, and outpatient. The following services are offered to all clients enrolled in the HKO substance abuse treatment program: registration, assessment, treatment service planning, individual counseling and therapy, group counseling and therapy, individual and group skill building, psycho- educational classes, social services referral/linkage, client advocacy and support, monitoring/follow-up, culturally appropriate self-help group experiences, and employment counseling and training.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
ASAP is a comprehensive program that provides services to active duty service members, Army Reserves/National Guardsmen (while on active duty), family members and Department of Defense civilians. The multi-faceted program is comprised of clinical and non-clinical functions, to include: Prevention Education, Clinical Counseling Services, Suicide Prevention & Education, Military and Civilian Drug Testing, Risk Reduction, Employee Assistance Program and Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service (ASACS).
Aloha House, Inc. (AHI)
Provides outpatient and residential treatment for individuals addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs.
State of Hawaii, Department of Health: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD)
The primary and often sole source of public funds for substance abuse treatment. ADAD’s treatment efforts are designed to promote a statewide culturally appropriate, comprehensive system of services to meet the treatment and recovery needs of individuals and families. Treatment services have, as a requirement, priority admission for pregnant women and injection drug users.
The Perinatal Addiction Treatment of Hawaii (PATH) Clinic
Provides quality OB/GYN care for women with past or present difficulties with substance abuse. Clinical services and program services are provided in a warm home-like setting that supports each woman's unique path from pregnancy to capable parent. Not a substance abuse program, but services include substance abuse pre-treatment through assessments, education, skill building and counseling. Comprehensive services also include pediatric care, psychiatric care, childcare, case management, social service referrals, classes, and activities.
Women’s Fund of Hawaii
A grantmaking foundation dedicated exclusively to supporting women and girls in Hawaii.