Mental Health and Social Services
These services are to help individuals and children with emotional and behavioral impairments achieve optimal functioning in their schools, homes and community.
Aloha House’s goal is to help people live healthy, happy lives. We have therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and other professionals who can help people deal with issues related to family, work, relationships, depression, anxiety, and other concerns.
Services are available in the home, the community and in our offices. Some people only need short-term counseling, while others need to see someone for a longer period of time.
Our experts can help children and adolescents dealing with a wide range of issues, whether it is related to bullying, anxiety and fears, acting-out, family problems, attention problems or other issues. The problems can hurt individuals’ academic performance, and we can help them get “back on track” at school. Working with a caring therapist can make a tremendous difference in a youth’s life. Our staff can also help evaluate and treat developmental delays and autism-related disorders.
Crisis Mobile Outreach: All Maui County residents can call the Hawaii State Department of Health’s ACCESS Line and get free 24/7/365 help from Aloha House staff if they are experiencing a mental health crisis. The toll-free number is 1-800-753-6879. Please call 911 if you and/or someone else’s immediate life or health is in danger.
We also provide Crisis Support in the form of follow-up, short-term case management for those who need to be connected with mental health services.