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Below are some of the programs we offer at Big Island Substance Abuse Council. For more information regarding any of these programs please contact us here.
The Therapeutic Living Program (TLP) is a 24-hour fully staffed facility. TLP provides a structured environment with ongoing case management, evaluation, individual counseling, and care. BISAC also provides a Pregnant, Parenting, Women, and Children home (PPWC).
A step down from the TLP program, Day Treatment is the most intensive non-residential program for individual’s requiring a high level of care.
The Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) provides a structure for specialized services on a scheduled basis.
The Outpatient Program provides non-residential comprehensive services with evaluation, treatment, case management and recovery services for clients with less problematic substance abuse related behavior than would be found in a residential or day treatment program.
BISAC has the capability of referring clients needing transition from TLP to a less intensive level of care through placement arrangements into our PPWC or Clean and Sober House.
The Hawaii Island Health & Wellness Center (HIHWC) provides mental health services to current BISAC clients. The goal of HIHWC is to enhance well-being and create meaningful changes in the lives of those we care for.
Just Hā is a smoking cessation program provided to the general public and BISAC clients; individual cessation counseling, quit planning, and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is provided. Free patches, gum, or lozenges. Must be 21 years or older to receive NRT.
A program that emphasizes and promotes overall health and nutrition. At Ola Kino, clients learn how to develop a health and wellness plan that focuses on exercise, diet, and behavioral change. The overall goal is to provide clients education, guidance, and tools to promote positive healthy habits.
Poʻokela assists clients with skill development, career-planning, and on the job training.
A result of addiction is losing a sense of self. Mahiʻai Ola helps individuals identify responsibility, realize place, and find purpose within their environment. BISAC’s Keaʻau cultural garden provides land-based education within the framework of therapeutic horticulture, promoting cultivation of plants and the action of caring for the natural ecosystem.