1130 N. Nimitz Highway, Suite C-302 Honolulu, Hawai`i 96817
General: (808) 538-0704
Fax: (808) 538-0474
10 minutes from the Honolulu International Airport on Nimitz Highway. From the airport, take the Honolulu exit out of the airport going eastbound toward Diamond Head. Once on the freeway, take the Waikiki exit on to Nimitz Highway.
Go straight on Nimitz until you see a green building complex on your left with large yellow metallic structures, where the Eagle Café is located. Turn left at the complex onto Ala Kawa Street. Kū Aloha is in the building at back of the complex, on the mountain-side (Building C). Take the stairs or elevator to the third floor and walk down the hall. Kū Aloha is to your right. Enter through the spacious and beautiful waiting room. Check in at the window.
Monday – Friday | 5:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday | 5:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Saturday | 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Sunday | Closed
The Hui provides substance abuse prevention, education, treatment and continuing care services to its haumana (students/participants). It is a spiritually-based program utilizing traditional cultural healing modalities, ceremonies, practices and activities which are embedded within evidenced–based practices in the addictions field. Core Hawaiian values, which are universally oriented, provide the guidance for the program and its activities, from administration and management to the day to day “life” of the program and its participants.
Suboxone treatment for those who are battling addiction to prescription pain medicines or narcotic pain pills.
Those visiting Oahu or Hawai`i Island for business or vacation may request to be temporarily transferred to Kū Aloha Ola Mau.
The agency provides confidential substance abuse assessment services for adults and adolescents on Oahu and Hawai`i Island by a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor.
The program provides pharmacotherapies such as methadone, primary care, mental health consultation and substance abuse treatment and continuing care services, outreach, interim services, prenatal counseling and HIV and other communicable disease prevention education. The program provides short and long term detoxification and maintenance treatment.
Private sessions are provided to haumana/participants on suboxone and methadone therapies. All mental health staff are licensed and trauma-responsive.