A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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Hawaii Treatment Centers

Hawaii AA Meetings

In Hawaii, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings provide those suffering from alcoholism and alcohol addiction with a safe, supportive environment where 12 step therapy and peer support can help them to stay sober. The following websites offer a wealth of information including local meeting times throughout the state of Hawaii:

Oahu Intergroup AA

East Hawaii Intergroup of AA

West Hawaii Alcoholics Anonymous

Hawaii Area 17 AA

Maui County AA

E Komo Mai AA

Al-Anon Family Groups

Al-Anon family groups provide support services in a 12 step recovery program for the victims of alcoholism such as the family members, loved ones or children of those who are addicted. Al-Aon family groups can be found offering helpful support and care throughout the state.

Hawaii Al-Anon Family Group Hawaii

Oahu Al-Anon

Island of Hawaii Al-Anon

Maui Al-Anon

Kaua’i Al-Anon

Mental Health Services

The Hawaii Department of Mental Health offers a comprehensive directory of local mental and behavioral health services offered to residents throughout the state of Hawaii.

Maui District Health Office – Provides assistance and mental health services referrals to residents of the Island of Maui.

State of Hawaii Adult Mental Health Division – providing adult mental health services, referrals and care throughout the state of Hawaii.

Hawaii Behavioral Health – Directory of behavioral health services, resources and treatment.

Anonymous Groups

Narcotics Anonymous Hawaii – Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place throughout Hawaii to help those suffering from substance abuse and addiction.

West Inland Empire Cocaine Anonymous – Cocaine Anonymous groups offering 12 step recovery and support to Hawaii residents.

Marijuana Anonymous Hawaii – 12 Step recovery programs and support groups for residents of Hawaii who suffer from marijuana addiction.

National Council on Problem Gambling Hawaii – Support groups, treatment offerings and referrals to help those who suffer from compulsive gambling in Hawaii.

Hawaii Helplines

STD/AIDS Hotlines – call (800) 321-1555

UofH West O’ahu Suicide Hotline – O’ahu – call (808) 832-3100

Suicide and Crisis Line – O’ahu – call 808-832-3100

Suicide and Crisis Line – Statewide – call for help anywhere in the state of Hawaii, 800-753-6879

Child Welfare/Protective Services – to help a child who is being abused, mistreated or otherwise uncared for call 800-494-3991

Domestic Violence Hotline – If you or someone you know is the victim of domestic violence, call 808-841-0822

Treatment & Detox Guide

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