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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Hawaii

If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance abuse in Hawaii then you are in the right place. We can help you in locating addiction care programs for a range of drug addictions to alcohol, Xanax, crystal meth or any addictive drug. Search for a perfect rehabilitation clinic in Abbeville now, and get rolling on the road to a sober life.

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Top Reviewed Addiction Rehabs in Hawaii

We conveniently list below the top closest drug and alcohol treatment centers to Hawaii HI. Our free and confidential 24-hour hotline can narrow down the right rehab center for you today. Not all substance abuse addiction clinics in Hawaii HI will be will be tailored to your specific needs because not every single facility is identical. You may reach out to these substance abuse treatment centers yourself or you may call our specialists to determine which program will be most effective for your specific needs.

Hina Mauka/Teen Care

95-1200 Meheula Parkway

Mililani, HI 96789

Mililani High School Mililani High School Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,12-step facilitation approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Big Island Substance Abuse Council

67-1229 Mamalahoa Highway

Kamuela, HI 96743

School Basd Program/Waimea Middle School School Basd Program/Waimea Middle School Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Community reinforcement plus vouchers

Lokahi Treatment Centers

54-3886 Akoni Pule Highway Unit 6

Kapaau, HI 96755

Lohala Town Center Lohala Town Center Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Big Island Substance Abuse Council Ke Ana Laahana

160 Baker Avenue

Hilo, HI 96720

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Community reinforcement plus vouchers; Relapse prevention planning;

Women in Need Kauai Program

3136 Elua A

Lihue, HI 96766

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

YMCA of Honolulu

91-5007 Kapolei Parkway

Kapolei, HI 96707

Kapolei High School Kapolei High School Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Brief intervention approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

CARE Hawaii Incorporated

46-022 Alaloa Street Suite 215-A

Kaneohe, HI 96744

Adolescent IOP/Outpatient Adolescent IOP/Outpatient Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Relapse prevention

Big Island Substance Abuse Council

81-1041 Konawaena School Road

Kealakekua, HI 96750

Ke Kula O Ehunuikaimalino HI Language Ke Kula O Ehunuikaimalino HI Language Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Community reinforcement plus vouchers,Relapse prevention

Alcoholic Rehab Services of Hawaii Incorporated

94-216 Farrington Highway Suite 333

Waipahu, HI 96797

Hina Mauka/Waipahu Site Hina Mauka/Waipahu Site Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Cynthia Fata LMHC Counseling and Consulting LLC

614 Kilauea Avenue

Hilo, HI 96720

Mental Health Treatment Services; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Relapse prevention planning;

Big Island Substance Abuse Council

1151 Hea uka Place

Hilo, HI 96720

Hilo Mens TLP 2 Hilo Mens TLP 2 Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Community reinforcement plus vouchers,Relapse prevention

Waianae Coast Comp Health Center

86-260 Farrington Highway

Waianae, HI 96792

Malama Recovery Services Malama Recovery Services Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Lokahi Treatment Centers

400 Hualani Street Building 10-195-B

Hilo, HI 96720

Waiakea Villas Waiakea Villas Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Hui Ho ola O Na Nahulu O Hawaii

15-1926 Puakalo 30th Street

Keaau, HI 96749

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Relapse prevention planning;

Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

Building 556 344 Heard Street

Schofield Barracks, HI 96857

CDR USAG CDR USAG Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Big Island Substance Abuse Council

75-5815 Queen Kaahumanu Highway

Kailua Kona, HI 96740

Innovations Innovations Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Community reinforcement plus vouchers,Relapse prevention

Hina Mauka/Teen Care

4867 Olohena Road

Kapaa, HI 96746

Kapaa Middle School Kapaa Middle School Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,12-step facilitation approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

YMCA of Honolulu Kalakaua Middle School

821 Kalihi Street

Honolulu, HI 96819

Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Relapse prevention planning;

YMCA of Honolulu

89-980 Nanakuli Avenue

Waianae, HI 96792

School Based/Nanakuli High School School Based/Nanakuli High School Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Brief intervention approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Hina Mauka/Teen Care

9555 Huakai Road

Waimea, HI 96796

Waimea Canyon Elem/Intermediate School Waimea Canyon Elem/Intermediate School Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,12-step facilitation approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Treatment Info

HI Substance Abuse Facts

The rates of substance abuse problems among residents of Hawaii is comparable to national averages. A 2015 survey of drug and alcohol use by Hawaiian residents age 12 or older found that:

  • About 62,000 people (5.4% of the state’s population) had an alcohol use disorder.
  • An estimated 3,000 people reported using heroin in the past year, up slightly from 2014.
  • Approximately 147,000 individuals reported using marijuana.
  • An estimated 22,000 people reported having abused cocaine.
  • Over half a million people reported past-month alcohol use.

One positive is that treatment enrollment is also on the rise, with nearly 6,000 people receiving substance abuse treatment services in 2015. Of the individuals receiving treatment, 62.3% were being treated for both drug and alcohol addiction, 23.5% for drug addiction only, and 14.2% for alcohol addiction only.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

The search for addiction treatment may be daunting if you’re unsure of the process. The number of treatment programs available can be overwhelming, so consider what qualities you want in a recovery center before you start your search. Each treatment program is different. Some are luxurious, while others specialize in treating specific populations. Some may incorporate a holistic approach to recovery and some focus on more traditional methods. You may want to begin your search by calling treatment centers that you are interested in and asking them questions to find out more about their amenities, pricing, staff, policies, and other details.

Many treatment programs accept health insurance, so if you have an insurance plan, it is likely that your policy will provide least partial coverage. It may be helpful to call your provider to learn more about your specific plan’s coverage. You can also call us to speak to a recovery support specialist about various treatment options.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

Even without insurance, there are still many ways to finance your drug or alcohol addiction treatment, including the following options:

Medicaid: This state program provides assistance for low-income people of all ages and disabled individuals.

  • Grants: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and other organizations make grants available that help pay for substance abuse treatment.
  • Payment plans: Many treatment programs allow people to pay for treatment in affordable installments instead of all at once.
  • Sliding scale: Some facilities take people’s financial situations into consideration by reducing their rates for those with lower incomes.

Some people may also utilize crowdfunding websites to help finance their recovery. Websites, such as GoFundMe and IndieGoGo allow you to create a fundraising campaign in which family members, friends, and even strangers can donate to your cause.

Resources in Hawaii

There are several local resources available to help you find the best substance abuse treatment for you. Each program has its strengths and weaknesses. What’s important is that you find one that you feel comfortable with.

The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division of Hawaii’s Department of Health provides a full list of treatment and recovery facilities located on the islands, complete with contact information and a summary of services provided at each one. The Hawaii Prevention Resource Center is also a valuable source of information on drug abuse, prevention efforts, rehab facilities, and more.

There are a number of 12-step meetings held on the Hawaiian Islands that are free to attend and offer a supportive community of peers in recovery. Visit the Hawaii chapters of Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous (East Hawaii, West Hawaii) to find a meeting near you.

If you’re not sure whether you want to stay in Hawaii for treatment or visit another part of the country, try SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator. You can search by city, state, or zip code to find a rehab that suits your needs.

Remember, addiction treatment is not one-size-fits-all. Regardless of the type of recovery program you wind up choosing, what’s important is that you took the first step towards a healthy, sober life.

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