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Welcome to Aloha House 2020-09-02T17:48:10+00:00

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At Aloha House we have implemented the following policies and procedures to address the COVID-19 pandemic. This update is in effect until further notice.

Mask Policy

Prohibited Masks:

Masks with exposed external valves, neck gaiters, bandanas or face shields with NO mask are NOT PERMITTED at any Aloha House facility.

Anyone arriving without appropriate face covering may be asked to leave the property. Aloha House will do our best to accommodate consumers by supplying a surgical face mask if available.

Permitted Masks:

Multi-layer cloth masks, surgical masks, face shield used WITH a mask, and pleated multi-layer masks are permitted. See this diagram for more information.

Thank you for your understanding and patience as we continue to provide our services to our community while ensuring the safety of our staff and consumers.

Precautions for New Clients

We have implemented additional screening precautions for работа в москве new clients. Anyone with specific risk factors, displaying symptoms of COVID-19, or with a temperature of over 100 degrees, will not be admitted to the facility.

Visitors are not allowed at this time. Family members can mail items to current residents. All drop offs must be arranged with staff prior, to be certain that there is someone aware of the drop off and available to receive it when it is dropped off.

Precautions for Residents and Staff

Staff members remain dedicated to serving our clients and are using the CDC recommended health and safety precautions around sanitation and prevention of disease spread.

Meetings with that involve external guests, such dragon pills as AA and NA meetings, have been cancelled at this time.

Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Programs are available via a Telehealth Platform.

COVID-19 can cause potential hazards for those with drug use/abuse disorders, and be difficult for those with behavioral health issues.

At this time, we have an extreme need for additional Personal Protective Equipment to treat our clients safely, including new face masks, rubber gloves and protective smocks. Items can be dropped off at the Aloha House outpatient facility at 2062 W. Vineyard Street Suite #200 in Wailuku, Friday, Monday and Tuesday from 9:00-12:00. Or call ahead to arrange an alternate time (808) 242-9733.

Thank you for your support and understanding during this difficult time. 

Aloha House, Inc.

Promoting recovery and healthy lifestyles to individuals and families by providing compassionate, effective and comprehensive behavioral health services with the spirit of excellence and aloha

       About Aloha House

helping create brighter futures graphicAloha House, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization established in 1977 to provide outpatient and residential treatment to individuals addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Since then, the mission has expanded to include comprehensive, family-centered behavioral health interventions for both individuals and families.

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Substance Abuse Services Division

Helping individuals addicted to drugs and/or alcohol so they can achieve and maintain healthy and sober lifestyles

Mental Health and Social Services/Child &
Adolescent Mental Health Division

Helping individuals and children with emotional and behavioral impairments achieve optimal functioning in their schools, homes and community

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Tax ID Number: 99-0173804

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Proud member of the Maui Behavioral Health Resources umbrella organization with Maui nonprofits Maui Youth & Family Services and Malama Family Recovery Center

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Our three agencies work together to ensure everyone has the help they need to achieve and maintain a foundation for lasting recovery and well-being. Click here to learn more.

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Coming to Aloha House has been the most significant thing that has happened in my life

Coming to Aloha House has been the most significant thing that has happened in my life. I came in a mess, dysfunctional. Because of the people here and in my therapy groups I am on the road to recovery. Before coming here I didn’t like people because I didn’t like myself. But now I love myself and life is getting a whole lot better.

Aloha House has given me strength, courage and faith

Aloha House has given me strength, courage and faith in my recovery and sobriety. It has helped me to rebirth myself into a strong, secure, independent woman. I have plans and goals in my life – goals that are attainable with hard work and perseverance. I love the person that I have become. I believe in myself and my recovery. I have been given tools to use in everyday life and the ability to know when and where to use them. These simple gifts that have helped me so much will be passed on to others and continue to help those in need and myself, not just for today, but for a lifetime.

Coming to treatment has given me hope

Coming to treatment has given me hope because I can actually “kinda” see where a clean and sober life can lead. My family is happy about this choice I have made. Don’t get me wrong, this decision was and is all mine of course. I feel “more happy” than I’ve been in a long time. The people here are very understanding, very good people and (the) surroundings make me feel safe about being sober. Hope is something I never really relied on cause it never got me anywhere before but I feel different now.

Treatment has given me hope for the future

Coming to treatment has given me hope for the future by letting me know that I’m not alone in this. Treatment allowed me to open myself up to things that I buried for years. I’m not the only one that opened up. When others opened up that made me open up also. With that I also was able to be honest with myself, and being honest made things a lot easier.

I am grateful to be alive

I am grateful to be alive. Ten days ago, I fully expected not to be. I made every effort not to be. I failed, and in doing so, I may have rediscovered a life lost 16 years ago. I’m grateful, grateful beyond words, for the shelter, food, clothing, help, care, concern, genuine concern of everyone there, including the staff, but especially for the friends I’ve made. I see through them lives lived far beyond my troubles. I see in them a profound willingness to survive. I’ve heard them, really heard them, when they have said, “Please don’t kill yourself.” I’m grateful for their heartfelt concern and openness. They have truly helped me see something beyond the fog of what recently seemed nothing more than a failed life. I know their gratitude for life and living will sustain me as I begin anew.

CARF_GoldSealAloha House is accredited by CARF, the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Founded in 1966, CARF is a private, not-for-profit international organization that promotes quality rehabilitation services by establishing standards for organizations to use as guidelines in developing and offering programs and services to consumers. CARF uses the standards to evaluate how well organizations are serving its consumers and how they can improve. Read more