Excellent, comprehensive mental health programs for children, adolescents, and adults

CARE's Programs

CARE was founded in 1999 to provide outpatient mental health services to children, adolescents and adults through a network of mental health professionals committed to best practices in service delivery. The program works under contract with the State of Hawaii's Departments of Health and Education in providing these services, and interfaces with other State of Hawaii agencies, such as the Department of Human Services and Judiciary.

Children's Services
Children's services are provided to youth identified as in need of mental health services in order to benefit from their educational experience. Services include assessment, outpatient counseling provided in the school, home, or community setting, intensive services for children with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders, and intensive family based services for youth experiencing significant challenges in the home and school setting.

Adult Services
Adult services are provided for individuals with serious mental illness including schizophrenia, bi-polar illnesses, depression and dual-diagnosis disorders. Services include crisis mobile outreach, crisis support management, intensive case management, assertive community treatment, psycho-social rehabilitation, specialized residential rehabilitation, and licensed crisis residential services.

Addiction Services
CARE Hawaii provides an intensive outpatient treatment program for individuals having a chemical dependency. Treatment includes assessment, education, individual and group therapy, introduction to self-help support groups, family support and aftercare.

DD & Crisis Network Services
CARE Hawaii provides both Medicaid Waiver & Non-waiver services for any participant who meets Developmental Disability criteria.