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At Malama Family Recovery Center we have implemented the following policies and procedures to address the COVID-19 pandemic. This update is in effect until further notice.

  1. We continue to offer all of our services with changes made to meet the needs or the current situation. These programs include Therapeutic Living, Clean and Sober Housing (residential services) along with Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Aftercare Programs, and Baby SAFE. We are also offering telehealth options for clients in the community who need support and who are not living in one of our residential programs.
  2. Precautions for New Clients: We have implemented additional screening precautions for new clients before entry and are following all State and Federal guidelines. Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19, who has traveled off the island in the last 14 days, or with a temperature of over 100 degrees, will not be admitted to the facility.
  3. Precautions for Residents and Staff: Staff members remain dedicated to serving our clients and are using the CDC recommended health and safety precautions around sanitation and prevention of disease spread.
  4. External support meetings, most meetings such as AA and NA meetings, meetings with external providers, and visits have been cancelled or are being provided via telehealth or other technology at this time. We expect this to shift as the State begins to loosen the Safer at Home guidelines. Feel free to call us for the most recent changes to these health and safety precautions. (808) 877-7117.

COVID-19 can cause potential hazards for those with drug use/abuse disorders, and be difficult for those with behavioral health issues.

At this time, we have an extreme need for additional Personal Protective Equipment to treat our clients safely, including new face masks, rubber gloves and protective smocks. Items can be dropped off at the Aloha House outpatient facility at 2062 W. Vineyard Street Suite #200 in Wailuku, Friday, Monday and Tuesday from 9:00-12:00. Or call ahead to arrange an alternate time (808) 242-9733. Thank you for your support and understanding at this time.


Malama Family Recovery Center

Providing caring, holistic substance abuse treatment to women and children so families can live safe, independent and healthy lives

Maui’s ONLY women-specific addiction and substance abuse treatment center


The ONLY place on the island where young children and infants can live with their mothers while they get help in therapeutic and sober living environments

Therapeutic and Sober Living Programs

Structured and supportive living environments where women in recovery from addiction and substance abuse can receive treatment and other critical services. Infants and young children can live with their mothers in these programs.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Individual and group therapy as well as substance abuse/addiction treatment and counseling, education classes, relapse prevention, stress/trauma workshops and other case management services offered on an outpatient basis.

BabySAFE (Substance Abuse Free Environment)

Outreach and early intervention, including substance abuse/addiction treatment, case management and prenatal care for pregnant women and new mothers.

Click here to learn more about our programs and services


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Proud member of the Maui Behavioral Health Resources umbrella organization with Maui nonprofits Aloha House and Maui Youth & Family Services

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Our three agencies work together to ensure everyone has the help they need to achieve and maintain a foundation for lasting recovery and well-being. Click here to learn more.


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CARF_GoldSealMalama Family Recovery Center is accredited by CARF, the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Founded in 1966, CARF is a private, not-for-profit international organization that promotes quality rehabilitation services by establishing standards for organizations to use as guidelines in developing and offering programs and services to consumers. CARF uses the standards to evaluate how well organizations are serving its consumers and how they can improve. Read more