Behavior/ Counseling/ Addiction
* DOH- ADAD How to Access Substance Abuse Treatment in Hawaii
Substance abuse treatment is available at the following agencies funded by the Department of Health’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division. If you or someone you know needs treatment, please follow the link below for a link to these resources.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD)
CAMHD provides timely and effective mental health prevention, assessment and treatment services to children and youth with emotional and behavioral challenges, and their families.
Hawaii Families as Allies (HFAA)
HFAA is a statewide parent-controlled family network organization, recognized in Hawaii and nationally as a voice on behalf of families of children and adolescents with emotional and/or behavioral challenges. Please contact 487-8785.
Mental Health Association Hawaii
The Mental Health Association specializes in Alcohol Treatment, Recovery, Memory Loss, Cutting, Borderline Personality, Male Menopause, and offers an array of other products and services.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
The NAMI- Honolulu office offers support and advocacy services for families and individuals. Please contact 591-1297.
Suicide Crisis and Access Hotline 832-3100
Please contact 832-3100 (Oahu). Neighbor Islands 1-800-753-6879.
The Autism Society of Hawaii
The Autism Society of Hawaii is committed to educating service providers and the community about autism spectrum disorders, as well as advocating for and supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. For more information on the Autism Society of Hawaii (ASH), please call Naomi Grossman at (808) 228-0122, or email email@example.com, or Evelyn Akamine at (808) 282-3676, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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