What is behavioral health?
Behavioral Health is the full range of mental and emotional well-being – from the basics of how one copes with day-to-day challenges of life, including family relationships, to the treatment of mental illnesses, such as depression or personality disorder, as well as substance use disorder and other addictive behaviors.
At Maui Behavioral Health Resources, we recognize that behavioral health challenges are different for everyone. That is why we have three agencies dedicated to helping local Maui residents no matter where they are in their life journey.
- Maui Youth & Family Services focuses on empowering youth and the families challenged with behavioral health issues so our leaders of tomorrow can become responsible, self-fulfilled and contributing members of the community.
- Aloha House emphasizes recovery and healthy lifestyles to individuals and families by providing compassionate, effective and comprehensive behavioral health services with the spirit of excellence and aloha needed to get adults back on track.
- Malama Family Recovery Center provides caring, holistic substance abuse treatment to women and children with the goal of empowering families to live safe, independent and healthy lives.
Together these agencies comprise Maui Behavioral Health Resources and together we focus on a comprehensive continuum of services that accomplishes our unified vision that – Everyone has the help they need to achieve and maintain a foundation for lasting recovery and well-being.
Between our residential, outpatient & other related behavioral health care services – we help almost 8,000 individuals and families in the Maui community each year.
I am very thankful for all of the support
I was 16 when I joined the program
My daughter was so angry
At Maui Behavioral Health Resources we are taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously.
We have put new policies and procedures in place at each of our facilities to protect the health of our clients and staff. Visitors, guests, and contract service providers are not allowed at this time. Enhanced screening precautions have been put in place for new clients, and staff are following CDC recommendations to prevent the spread of the disease.
Please select an agency for specific information about their policies and procedures.