Address

1130 N. Nimitz Highway, Suite C-302 Honolulu, Hawai`i 96817

Phone Numbers

General: (808) 538-0704
Fax: (808) 538-0474
Email: info@kualoha.org

Directions

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.

Office Hours

Monday – Friday| 5:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Dosing Hours

Monday – Friday | 5:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Saturday| 6:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Sunday | Closed

  • Hui Ho`ola O Na Nahulu O Hawai`i


    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 Services


    Suboxone is a medication that can aid in the rebuilding of ones life after substance use (opioids) by minimizing the withdrawal symptoms that one might experience. Suboxone, unlike Methadone, has a written prescription that someone can fill in the pharmacy. Most Suboxone Haumana come into the clinic once a month to check in with the doctor and to assess dosage level. 

  • Methadone


    Coupled with counseling practices, Methadone Assisted Treatment for opioids is one of the most effective treatments to combat the opioid epidemic. Working with our doctor, nurses, and clinical staff, each of our Haumana understands the importance of caring for themselves and can fully grasp the reasoning behind their previous dependency issues which leads to a fresh start and new perspective on life.

  • Courtesy Dosing


    Those visiting Oahu for business or vacation may request to be temporarily transferred to Kū Aloha Ola Mau for methadone dosing while they are on-island. Haumana coming into the clinic for guest dosing must have faxed their information no later earlier than two weeks prior to landing. This is so we can assess dosage level, be prepared for your arrival, and ensure, once we speak to the home clinic, that you will have everything you need and vice versa. 

  • Outpatient Services (non-opioid)


    The agency provides confidential substance abuse assessment services for adults and adolescents by a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor. This program is specifically geared towards individuals with substance use disorders not associated with opioids. This includes, marijuana, alcohol, methamphetamines, and cocaine. Essentially if you are not on opioids but want to seek treatment for other substance use, call our intake line at 808-566-8234 and ask any and all questions necessary to get the information you are seeking. Our intake care coordinator will get you everything you need to get started that very same day! 

  • Early Intervention


    Working with our nurses and doctor, each haumana has access to HIV, TB, and hepatitis education, vaccines, and care coordination to work with state grants to get them the help they need.

Unemployed, Full Time, Part Time etc
Please refer to the program page on our website for more information.
Name of insurance provider & policy #
What are you taking, how often, for how long, and last use
Unemployed, Full Time, Part Time etc
Please refer to the program page on our website for more information.
Name of insurance provider & policy #
What are you taking, how often, for how long, and last use