Medical and clinical therapy is provided on an outpatient basis for those who have a documented medical history of a substance condition to heroin and/or other opiates, included but not limited to prescription medication. Learn more about the program here.
Licensed nurses and public health educators from Kū Aloha provide education, counseling and testing, and support services in the areas of Hepatitis A, B, C, TB, HIV for substance abuse treatment programs. Learn more about the program here.
On-site individual and group counseling sessions, in addition to sessions provided via telehealth. Learn more about counseling services here.
Certified counselor provides assessment, case management and collaboration with providers in the community. Learn more about the program here.
This unique program offers spiritual, cultural and trauma-informed drug rehab aimed at healing and recovery through a deeper understanding of oneself and one’s culture. It blends the wisdom of the past with today’s evidenced-based practices within a welcoming, Ohana (family) and homelike atmosphere for those seeking substance abuse treatment. This program is open to everyone. Learn more about the program here.