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Mental Health & Crisis Services

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, call the toll-free Crisis Mobile Outreach Number at 1-800-753-6879, which is available 24/7/365 for anyone in Maui County. You will be connected with a live person from the State of Hawaii Department of Health, and if necessary, a trained and experienced staff member will be dispatched to provide support, information, assessment and recommendation for services to the person in crisis. 

The Maui Counseling Group clinic has licensed counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and marriage and family therapists available by appointment for any Maui County resident to address issues related to stress, depression, anxiety, family issues, relationship problems and more. Most insurance plans accepted. Call 808-249-2121 to make an appointment. For more information visit MAUICOUNSELINGGROUP.COM

Residential Services for Youth

Provides 24-hour care in a safe setting for 10-17 year-olds who need temporary or long term alternatives to home. Youth are provided stability and security as they navigate challenges.  Foster parents and staff are thoroughly trained. Counselors provide assessment, counseling (individual, crisis and family), referrals and service planning. 

To access the 24-Hour Emergency Shelter Hotline, call Maui Youth and Family Services at 808-579-8406.

Prevention & Support Services for Youth

School workshops and after-school activities for youth in grades 6-8 that give young people a chance to develop peer support from friendships made in a positive environment. This helps them stay on track and reduces the likelihood that they will later engage in dangerous and unhealthy activities.  Examples of after-school activities are journal-writing, beach clean-ups, community-service projects and trips to museums, the aquarium, zip lining, and stand-up paddling.

Call Maui Youth and Family Services 808-579-8414, ext. 8211 for more information.

MYFS has numerous counselors who support youth with an array of challenges.  This can include challenges with grades and attendance at school; homelessness and/or lack of safe shelter; youth in need of independent living skills; assistance with school or job skills. Counselors provide care coordination and warm linkages to professional assistance.

Call Maui Youth and Family Services 808-579-8414, ext. 8211 for more information.

Substance Use Disorder Services for Youth

The first step to getting help for yourself or for someone you know is to contact program staff to schedule an assessment meeting. Call 808-249-8691.

This program provides confidential treatment for 12-17 year-olds that includes individual and/or family counseling, group therapy and education about addiction. Transportation can be provided.

Services are available at the following locations:

MYFS Makawao Campus
Baldwin High School
Lahainaluna High School
King Kekaulike High School
‘Iao Intermediate School
Maui High School

For more information about this program, or to find out the name and contact information for the counselor at your school, call 808-579-8414, ext. 8305.

Substance Use Disorder Services for Adults

Aloha House’s Detoxification and Residential Treatment program provides a structured living environment for those who are recovering from acute symptoms of withdrawal and need a real “time-out” from their daily lives in order to get better. Clients must come into treatment voluntarily. The program provides screening, assessment, nursing care, counseling, psychological services, case management, recovery education, discharge planning and assistance in developing sober support in the community. Call 808-442-6588 for admission information.

Aloha House’s Detoxification and Residential Treatment program provides a structured living environment for those who are recovering from acute symptoms of withdrawal and need a real “time-out” from their daily lives in order to get better. Clients must come into treatment voluntarily. The program provides screening, assessment, nursing care, counseling, psychological services, case management, recovery education, discharge planning and assistance in developing sober support in the community. Call 808-442-6588 for admission information.

Aloha House’s Outpatient Substance Abuse/Addiction Treatment program provides comprehensive services to individuals who are chemically dependent as well as assistance to clients’ families. This program is for individuals who do not need residential treatment or hospitalization – people live at home and can even keep working while in treatment. Services include individualized treatment planning, group counseling, education and individual and family counseling. Duration of treatment varies and is based on client need and staff recommendations. Call 808-579-8414, ext. 8702 for admission and intake information.

If you or someone you know needs help, the first step is to call the general Malama phone number: 808-877-7117. A staff member will conduct a phone screening to determine the level of care needed.

This program at Malama Family Recovery Center provides a structured, supportive, clean and sober living environment for women and their children (up to age 5, with exceptions made as needed). We help women in recovery establish a strong foundation for sober living and support in the community. 

Staff is present 24/7 to provide support. The Early Learning Center, which provides free childcare and early childhood learning and development services, is located within the Therapeutic Living Program facility.

Individuals who have recently completed substance abuse treatment programs need step-down services prior to re-entering the community in order to maintain sobriety. Most still need to address medical, emotional, financial and employment challenges, and during this crucial time in their recovery, are at high risk for relapse. On Maui there are also limited affordable housing options, particularly for those in recovery. Our Sober Living Program addresses these issues by providing a safe, affordable and substance-free living environment for women and children. Women are able to solidify gains made in residential treatment and generate healthy and sober support groups in the community. 

Clients are expected to be in outpatient treatment, 12 Steps groups or an equivalent. Women can have one or two young children living with them and can utilize the childcare and childhood learning services.

Services include individual and group therapy as well as substance abuse treatment and counseling, education classes, relapse prevention, stress/trauma workshops and other case management services offered on an outpatient basis for women at our Therapeutic Living Program facility. Staff can provide transportation to and from our facility for those who need it and clients can utilize the childcare and childhood learning services available at the Therapeutic Living Program facility.

Malama Family Recovery Center’s BabySAFE program provides treatment, support and case management to pregnant and parenting women. To get help, please call the general Malama phone number, 808-877-7117, and ask to speak to our BabySAFE Program Coordinator, Megan Morrow