Mission: The organization's primary exempt purpose is to provide mental health services to the seriously mentally ill individuals (adults and children) and their families, through case management, outpatient pyscho therapy, clubhouse, group home and substance abuse treatment services, foster home placement and child abuse and neglect prevention services. Services are culturally sensitive and provided by well-trained and qualified service providers.
Programs: Adult group home program operates in 4 different locations providing 24-hr and 8-16 hr housing services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness with the goal of moving consumers through the residential continuum to a more permanent and independent living options of their choice. The program is financially supported by a fee for service contract with the hawaii department of health, adult mental health division.
children and adolescent mental health services which includes therapeutic foster home services to children up to 18 years of age and supportive and rehabilitative services to developmentally delayed and mentally challenged individuals (children and adults)
adult outpatient program is a comprehensive system of mental health services to seriously mentally ill adults through the following: clubhouse provides psychosocial rehabilitation, development of skills and provide for job opportunities; care coordination of resources to support the recovery process; individual and group therapy provided by licensed mental health counselor.