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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment

Mission: Ku aloha ola mau restores meaningful, healthy lives for all hawai'i communities through responsive and responsible action toward present and future needs in the prevention and treatment of addiction.

Programs: Provided comprehensive services for a continuum of care for outreach, early intervention and treatment services for addicted population with an average of 353 patients at any given time.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been on the board for several years, and continue to serve because I strongly believe in what the organizations stands for. Essentially, we believe that all who come to us may be returned to wholeness and become viable, productive members of their community.

Review from Guidestar

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I'm a Proud Board Member of Ku Aloha Ola Mua ! Years ago my first contact with this service was when I opened my first Furniture store downstairs from KAOM ,We did not want Treatment centers in the same area as our retail stores , and we tryed to get KAOM to move out of the area , Years later by some Strange twist of faith , I become friends with some of the Staff at KAOM , the more I got to know the people at Ku Aloha Ola Mua , the more my Heart began to change , I have seen a few good hearted loving people care for so many people in need that most of the world careless for and it has made me a better person.

Review from Guidestar

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Board Member

Rating: 4

I have been on the board since 1992. This organization is dedicated to normalizing life for those with drug addiction problems. We maintain strong fiscal responsibility and constantly seek improvements in the outcomes of the people we serve.
It is amazing the number of people I meet that have been impacted by our organization. All is kept is the greatest confidence because of the social stigma that addiction has .