ADAD-ICM (Adult Drug and Alcohol
ADAD is an Integrated Case Management (ICM) program for persons with drug and alcohol problems who are under the supervision of one of four departments of the Criminal Justice System (Department of Public Safety’s Intake Service Center, Judiciary’s Adult Probation, Department of Public Safety’s Corrections Division, Hawaii paroling Authority), who refer individuals for this service. Service is provided on the islands of Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu. The primary purpose of this program is to rehabilitate and enable individuals to return to the highest possible level of functioning.
The ADAD-ICM program provides integrated case management services to clients in need of drug/alcohol treatment services who are under the supervision of the State of Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety’s Intake Service Center, Corrections Division, Hawaii Paroling Authority, and the Judiciary’s Adult Client Services Branch who are at medium-to-high risk for recidivism due to the presence of drug/alcohol related issues. Clients need to meet the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fourth Edition Criteria and referred for services by the supervising criminal justice agencies (clients) on the islands of Hawaii, Maui, and Oahu. ADAD-ICM case managers provide services that are directed toward helping clients to stay out of jail or prison and toward helping clients to make changes that improve their lives and their well-being.
IOP (Intensive Outpatient)
CARE Hawaii offers services to all age groups and includes access to adjunct therapies that support recovery for the individual and family. We currently offer outpatient and intensive outpatient services for both adolescents and adults—an expanded array of services that include on-site assessments, co-occurring disorder services, and matching the client to the appropriate services.
This is an innovative approach to treatment utilizing a science-based curriculum to improve treatment outcomes, and maximizes services at a reduced cost without compromising quality and efficiency.
The Intensive Outpatient program meets 3x a week for 3 hours per session with an individual/conjoint session scheduled as needed. Services typically span 12-16 weeks of an individualized program for the effective treatment of substance abuse and dependence disorders.
CARE Hawaii, Inc. (“CARE”) Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides evidenced-based substance abuse treatment services. A continuum of care is offered through the following services which consist of Substance Abuse Assessments, Outpatient Services, Intensive Outpatient Services, and Continuing Care Services. Our goal is to reduce substance use and criminal activity by utilizing motivational interviewing techniques, social learning approaches, and cognitive-behavioral strategies, while providing evidenced-based, substance abuse services for consumers to enhance quality of life issues, restore and improve social functioning, and support the integration of consumers served in the community.
ADAD Adolescent IOP (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division)
The ADAD Adolescent IOP program is a 3-6 month Intensive Outpatient Program for adolescents between the ages of 12-18. The ADAD Adolescent IOP program provides Drug and Alcohol Assessments, Individual Counseling, Group Treatment (Process and Activity Groups), Family Education, Treatment Planning, Relapse Prevention, Case Management, Crisis Prevention, Discharge Planning and Artistic Mentoring. The is based on promoting alternative recreational activities, improving self-efficacy and building social competence, as well as providing cultural experiences that will assist them in becoming positive responsible adults. Unique to the program is a graduation ceremony to showcase talents that will demonstrate the artistic achievements by the individual and acknowledge the successful completion of CARE Hawaii’s ADAD Adolescent IOP program.