Maui Behavioral Health Resources is an umbrella organization of three nonprofit agencies: Aloha House, Malama Family Recovery Center, and Maui Youth & Family Services. After operating independently for many years, the three agencies merged to share and maximize limited resources, reduce overhead costs, and eliminate service duplication. The three agencies work together to provide residential and outpatient behavioral health care and other related services to almost 8,000 individuals and families in the Maui community each year.
Aloha House, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization established in 1977 to provide outpatient and residential treatment for individuals addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Since that time, the mission has expanded to include provision of comprehensive, family-centered behavioral health interventions for the prevention and treatment of individual and family dysfunction.
Malama Family Recovery Center is the only agency on Maui that provides a continuum of gender-specific treatment services specifically for women in recovery from substance abuse and addiction.
Maui Youth & Family Services provides youth with opportunities to succeed within a safe and supportive environment. Their prevention programs help young people form strong social bonds and family foundations so they can make the right decisions regarding drugs, alcohol and other “high-risk” activities when they face peer pressure in high school.