October 8, 2013
Ku Aloha has, and continues to, strive for facilitating improvement in the lives of those with opiate addiction in the face of still lingering bias against methadone agonist therapy. They are committed to helping the most fragile and damaged individuals in our society, ignoring a concensus that many of these people are un-reachable. They continue to do this in the face of fiscal uncertainty with resolve and dedication to the community. This is truly a remarkable organization, and worthy of any/all support we can give.
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Expand to include residential, dual-diagnosis treatment.
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