BISAC believes that to be a good servant to the community it is not only about helping those clients and families in its care, but also reaching out to the community as a whole and giving back.
Third Circuit Court, State of Hawaii
Over the years, BISAC has supported the success of numerous drug court participants. Drug court admits only those individuals who have the most difficult legal and substance abuse problems. In most instances, drug court is the last resort before prison. BISAC has helped these people turn their lives around by providing treatment services which reflect impressive knowledge and skill. Also noteworthy, has been BISAC’s flexibility and compassion in making the extraordinary effort to give a participant the chance to be successful.
C. Kimo Alameda, PhD.
BISAC has been a partner of Bay Clinic for many years. They have been a pu?uhonua for many of our patients who struggle with addictions. Much Mahalo to Dr. Hannah Preston-Pita and her wonderful staff.
BISAC has been an ongoing supporter of the Hilo Y’s Men and Women’s Club Annual Christmas Tree Sale. True to BISAC’s spirit of community-indedness and service, they provide much needed man-power to unload, trim, and display our Christmas trees. They also assist our customers by helping them select and carry their trees with a true spirit of Aloha. Their invaluable help, along with other volunteers, make our Christmas tree sale possible each year.
God’s blessings to you!
John Maxwell says “Everything rises and falls on the shoulders of leaders.” We have been blessed working with Dr. Hannah and witnessing her awesome leadership to lead an incredible team that consistently loves, serves and helps the community of Hawaii to find hope, healing, and happiness. The
team at BISAC serve as an incredible asset to our health and wellness of our community. They truly are leading the way with their community engagement, resources and restorative programs.
BISAC consistently provides the critical support to individuals deserving of second chances. Our island community is truly the beneficiary of its services!