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

Outpatient Versus Inpatient Drug Treatment Centers

Are you wondering if you should seek outpatient treatment rather than inpatient treatment? There are many factors that you must consider when you begin searching for treatment centers such as the level of your addiction, the level of support that you have at home, and also the type of addiction that you suffer from. If….

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Benefits clampdown on heroin and crack users

Nearly 267,000 heroin and crack users are on benefits and will be required to own up to their drug problems and take treatment – or lose their money, James Purnell the work and pensions secretary, will say today. He will also announce measures that may take as many as 200,000 families out of child poverty…..

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Scientists Find Genes That Influence Brain Wave Patterns

Scientists have identified new genes and pathways that influence an individual’s typical pattern of brain electrical activity, a trait that may serve as a useful surrogate marker for more genetically complex traits and diseases. One of the genes, for example, was found to be associated with alcoholism. Washington, D.C. – infoZine – A report of….

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Homeless alcoholism drains city

The Biggest Little City gained notoriety in a 2006 edition of the New Yorker after two Reno police officers estimated that ignoring one of the city’s homeless chronic alcoholics cost the city more than $1 million over the years. Malcolm Gladwell’s story quoted Reno police officers Patrick O’Bryan and Steve Johns explaining that Murray Barr,….

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Binge culture

During the holiday season many high school seniors sort out their college preferences and work on their college applications. If in the midst of that anxiety-producing process, students and parents ask college officials to comment on the culture of drinking and alcohol abuse on campus, they are likely to be assured that the school upholds….

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