The 9 Top-Rated Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Hawaii

There are 39 dual diagnosis treatment centers in Hawaii. Our editors selected the 9 top facilities based on reviews, accreditations, and how effectively they treat addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.


  • Ku Aloha, Hina Mauka, and 7 other treatment centers. (View All)
  • Each treatment center in our list has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission or a CARF accreditation for addiction services, (b) Composite online review score of 3/5 stars or better (our grading system explained), (c) Robust programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

Ku Aloha Ola Mau

Ku Aloha Ola Mau in Honolulu, Hawaii

808-538-0704  |    Visit Website

1130 North Nimitz Highway, Suite C-302, Honolulu, 96817

Ku Aloha takes a holistic approach to dual diagnosis mental illness and substance abuse treatment. Not only do they provide individual and group therapies alongside other counseling services, but one of their more unique programs is spiritual-based and called The Hui. This program connects clients to traditional healing methods, ceremonies, and other practices which address the core values that many Hawaiians live by. Clients also have access to medication-assisted treatment and case management to ensure that all areas are addressed and treated.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Intensive Outpatient, MAT, Outpatient Treatment


Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF

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Behavioral Health Hawaii

Behavioral Health Hawaii in Kihei, Hawaii

808-243-3200  |    Visit Website

1325 South Kihei Road, Suite 215, Kihei, Hawaii 96753

Behavioral Health Hawaii provides flexible and affordable treatment options for individuals who are struggling and for their loved ones to ensure that everyone affected is treated. Services that may be offered include case management, individual therapy, group counseling, medically-assisted treatment, psychoeducation, process groups, skill development, and relapse prevention. Behavioral Health values the inclusion of loved ones, so there are specific family groups and couples options available. This allows the client to address all areas of their life that might be affecting their addiction or that might have become affected because of their use.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Partial Hospitalization, IOP


Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Comment: Though Behavioral Health Hawaii has good reviews, there are less than 10 and the most recent was from 10 months ago. Their reviews do discuss the program, however, and it was given high remarks.

The Exclusive

The Exclusive in Hawaii

808-775-0200   |    Visit Website

31-631 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Hakalau, Hawaii 96710

In order to prioritize the wellness of their clients rather than only focusing on treating the addiction, The Exclusive uses a form of treatment called mindful inquiry. This gives clients a chance to lead the way through their recovery and determine what it is that they want to get out of their program. The Exclusive Hawaii treatment center offers a variety of restructuring methods, experiential therapy, non-12 step, holistic therapies, and trauma-informed therapy. Some options include acupuncture, nutrition therapy, yoga, exercise, massage therapy, craniosacral therapy, and reiki. Experiential options might look like meditation, breathing exercises, bodywork, beach and nature excursions, and art or music therapy.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and eating disorders, anxiety, PTSD, depression, OCD, and bipolar disorder.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment


Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Note: The Exclusive Addiction Treatment Center also provides a specialized eating disorder treatment program. Though they do have less than 10 reviews and none are from within the last year, they do provide detailed and positive insight on the programs offered at this facility.

Hina Mauka

Hina Mauka in Hawaii

808-236-2600   |    Visit Website

45-845 Po’Okela Street, Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744

Hina Mauka emphasizes individually tailored treatment plans because they know that each person’s substance abuse and mental health conditions are different and treatment varies because of that. Clients play an active role in their plan, and those plans are modified as needs change. Options may include individual or group therapy, coping skill development, and relapse prevention. Hina Mauka works with people of all ages and tries to include the family unit wherever possible to ensure that all aspects of their clients’ lives are being addressed. Clean, safe, and comfortable housing options are provided when necessary, and clients will also be given guidance with nutrition, transportation, medical services, and connection with others struggling with similar conditions.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: Detox, Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP, Aftercare


Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Comment: Hina Mauka works with women who are currently incarcerated and with homeless individuals in the area who need help.

CARE Hawaii

CARE Hawaii in Honolulu, HI

909-533-3936  |    Visit Website

875 Waimanu Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

CARE Hawaii offers 24/7 care to those who are seriously in need of mental health and substance use disorder treatment. Their services are offered across the state and can help get clients access to necessary medications. Treatment includes individual, group, and family therapy, process and activity groups, education, treatment planning, relapse prevention, case management, crisis prevention, discharge planning, and artistic mentoring. Other services include skill-building, the development of positive and healthy coping mechanisms, and recreational therapy. There are separate programs for adults and adolescents to ensure age-appropriate care is given.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care: PHP, IOP


Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF


HOPE in Hawaii

808-638-4440   |    Visit Website

360 California Avenue, Wahiawa, Hawaii 96786

Programs through Hope are meant to help individuals of all ages as well as family units as a whole. Their main goal is to address whatever underlying causes are there alongside treating the actual addiction and symptoms of that addiction. By doing this at the same time, they are offering their clients a higher chance of successfully achieving long-term recovery. Hope Treatment Center may offer clients individual, group, and family therapy, anger management groups, relapse prevention, medication management, and more depending on what they need. They emphasize culturally sensitive and family-oriented treatment programs as well.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression and anxiety.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, PHP, IOP


Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF

Spark M. Matsunaga Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Spark M Matsunaga Department of Veteran Affairs in Honolulu, Hawaii

808-433-0660 x3693  |    Visit Website

459 Patterson Road, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819

All treatment services that take place at the VA Medical Center are completely confidential and work to address the needs, concerns, and goals of all veterans who seek help. They will mostly participate in individual and group therapies, but medical services and medication management are also offered. Clients may work with their individual clinician or a group to address anger management, aggression, suicidal behaviors or thoughts, and marriage or relationship problems. They may also offer short-term services for family members to help address problems that may be causing substance abuse or that may have been caused due to use.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and OCD.

Levels of Care: Outpatient


Online Reviews: C+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Bobby Benson Center

Bobby Benson Center in Hawaii

877-393-7555   |    Visit Website

56-660 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, Hawaii 96731

The Bobby Benson Center works with boys and girls ages 13 to 17 who struggle with some form of trauma and other co-occurring mental health or substance abuse disorders. All of their programs, regardless of what the specific goals or treatments are, begin with a trauma-informed plan established between the client and their treatment team. Their programs also emphasize holistic treatments, community support, and evidence-based therapies in order to establish a well-rounded and comprehensive treatment plan. Services include individual therapy, family programs, group therapy, and educational services.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Levels of Care: Inpatient


Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Note: The Bobby Benson Center has less than 10 reviews, and none are recent. This is important to keep in mind when deciding which treatment facility is best for you or for your children.

Mental Health Kokua

Mental Health Kokua in Honolulu, HI

808-737-2523  |    Visit Website

1221 Kapiolani Boulevard, Suite 345, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814

Along with individual and group therapies, treatment services through Mental Health Kokua might involve assessments, treatment planning, peer mentoring and support, case management, and community integration. Services are going to be dependent upon the individual.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: IOP


Online Reviews: D
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Note: This center provides services to the homeless with mental illness and substance abuse problems.

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Our Grading System

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = > 2 Stars

Hawaii Addiction & Mental Health Support

Additional Resources For Finding Help in Hawaii:

Overdose Prevention Resources

  • In the event of a suspected overdose call 911 and monitor the individual until paramedics arrive. 
  • NEXT Distro – Hawaii: A national overdose prevention organization, their site provides helpful information about overdoses and resources to find naloxone across the Hawaiian Islands.
  • Hawaii Opioid Initiative: A government program, this website provides information about naloxone and a map of locations to get naloxone.
  • Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center: A helpful resource directory that lists various overdose prevention resources, including information about how to use naloxone and where to find it.
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