We found 253 Hawaii Treatment Centers

With so many treatment and rehab centers available in Hawaii, it is hard to pick the right one for you. As experts in substance abuse and mental treatment recovery, we can help you decide whether long term care, a religion based program or medical detox is right one for you!

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Hawaii Treatment Centers

Poailani was absolutely an amazing experience. You are in a ...

553 Kawainui Street
Hawaii 96734

(808) 263-1065

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45 035 Kuhonu Place
Hawaii 96744

(808) 235-3691

1650 Liliha St. #107
Hawaii 96817

(808) 221-1063

4300 Waialae Ave
Hawaii 96816

(808) 221-1063


85 761 Farrington Highway Suite 101
Hawaii 96792

(808) 696-4266

99 600 Kulawea Street
Hawaii 96701

(808) 848-2494

98 1276 Ulune Street
Hawaii 96701

(808) 848-2494

91 884 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach,
Hawaii 96706

(808) 848-2494

91 980 North Road
Ewa Beach,
Hawaii 96706

(808) 848-2494

39 Keanini Street
Hawaii 96713

(808) 248-8538

Hawaii admits over 6,800 people in rehab centers throughout the state each year. Most patients are Male, accounting for 65.8% of the total. Over 1,100 people are admitted for alcohol only with an additional 1,000 admitted for alcohol and a secondary drug. The main substance abused by Hawaii residents is marijuana/hashish followed by methamphetamine/amphetamines and opiates. Teens make up 35.3% of all treatment center patients and are admitted mostly for hallucinogens and other. Asian/Pacific Islander are the most admitted race/ethnicity into rehabs centers in Hawaii, making up about 58.3% of admits. The second largest group is White (non-Hispanic) with 24.7% of all patients.

There are over 253 treatment facilities in Hawaii. The top cities to get treated are Honolulu (101), Kaneohe (16) and Kailua Kona (12). Most rehabs focus primarily on substance abuse treatment services, with over 80% of centers offering this service. 45% of clieants are treated for both alcohol and drug abuse, and 96% are treated via outpatient care. About 9% are treated via residential (non-hospital) care. 100% of clinics provide substance abuse counseling and 98% offer substance abuse counseling. 35% of Hawaii treatment centers accept cash or self-payment and 34% accept private health insurance.

Seeking Help Is Not Easy

Seeking help with addiction is not always easy. If left untreated, addiction can be life-threatening and in some cases fatal. It is important to find the best rehabilitation facility that suits your respective case and let the support and encouragement from others help you on the road to recovery. Read More    

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