Mental Health & Social Services Programs
Our goal is to help people live healthy, happy lives. When problems of life interfere, we can help. Family, work, relationship, behavior, mood and anxiety problems can all be successfully treated by our therapists. We have been providing a wide variety of mental health services since 1997. Our highly qualified group of licensed professionals help clients in the home, community and our offices. Counseling is often effective in just a few sessions. Long-term, in-depth help is also available.
Children and Adolescents:
Children and adolescents can be helped by our experts. School problems, bullying, worry and fears, acting-out, and attention problems can result in kids who are unhappy and unproductive at school. We have a proven track record in helping kids get “back on the right track” at school. ADHD, family concerns, and other problems kids face today can be improved tremendously with the help of our caring therapists. We can also help evaluate and treat developmental delays and autism-related disorders. Even infants and their parents are seen by our therapists.
Our doctors, social workers and counselors provide evaluation and treatment. Psychiatrists with specialty training are available to evaluate and treat as well, including for those who need medications.
Specialty Counseling Programs:
Families involved with Child Welfare Services can be helped by our Intensive Family Services program, which assists families who are a part of Family Court/Drug Court. Tremendous turnarounds in families are witnessed every week in our FCDC program.
Adults in the Recovery Process:
Adults with severe emotional, behavioral, and mental health problems are supported by intensive case management services, in their homes and community. Help is provided in arranging health care, housing, jobs, food, and learning money management. Independent living skills are emphasized. Our caring and skilled case managers reach out to consumers wherever they may be located, and assist with providing transportation, making and attending important appointments, and in the recovery process. A warm and welcoming approach to all consumers is a keystone of our program.
Payment and Funding:
All major insurances are accepted. Aloha House, Inc.’s Mental Health and Social Services Division is also proudly funded by the State of Hawaii Department of Health, Divisions of Adult Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and Early Intervention Section, the Department of Education, and Judiciary.
FREE CRISIS SERVICES
FREE 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week, round-the-clock help is also available. All residents of Maui County can reach out to the Department of Health’s ACCESS Line. Please call for help if someone is in a mental health crisis. The toll-free number is 1-800-753-6879. Trained professionals will come to you to help. Please call 911 if immediate life or health are in danger.