Care for the entire community


About Maui County CCBHC

Our Mission

Maui’s Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic’s (CCBHC) focus is on mental health and substance use disorder needs. A qualified and caring team of professionals works to provide a comprehensive range of outpatient, person-centered, and trauma-informed care services for adults and children with mild, moderate, and complex needs while working with primary care physicians and other providers and community partners for care continuity.

Our Goal

We strive to expand quality behavioral healthcare to anyone without insurance and those underinsured throughout Maui County. We will not turn anyone away.

Our History

Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) expand the Hawaii State Department of Health’s comprehensive network of behavioral health services for individuals and families in Hawaii. The Maui County CCBHC joins more than 500 CCBHCs funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services operating across the country to ensure access to coordinated and comprehensive behavioral health care. The Maui County CCBHC is funded through a four-year Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grant. We offer a comprehensive array of behavioral health services to anyone requiring care, regardless of their ability to pay.

CCBHCs create a blended care model that integrates behavioral health, substance use disorder, and physical health care arranged as part of a comprehensive treatment model. While the Maui County CCBHC is the first of its kind in Hawaii, DOH is working to expand the CCBHC network to Hawaii Island and Kauai by 2025.

Hawaii’s CCBHC network joins the DOH Behavioral Health Administration’s continuum of care, which also includes:

  • Hawaii CARES 988, a free crisis, mental health, and substance use call center that provides 24/7 services.
  • Crisis Mobile Outreach services that deploy trained behavioral health workers to support individuals in crisis.
  • Outpatient services for adults, which include nine active clubhouses across Hawaii, that serve as voluntary, out-patient psychosocial rehabilitation programs for adults.
  • Outpatient services for youth and their families, which include Family Guidance Centers in every county.
  • Crisis and stabilization in-patient support for adults and youth.
  • In-patient services provided at the Hawaii State Hospital.