The Behavioral Health Division provides community based case management for the seriously mentally ill and money management services to consumers receiving government entitlements.
With a 20-year history of saving lives, the behavioral health division works with people who struggle with addiction, mental illness or require crisis interventions. Our services include:
Community Based Case Management (CBCM)*
Provides community based case management to persons diagnosed with serious mental illness and meet the criteria for insurance coverage under the Adult Mental Health Division. Services provided by the team include treatment planning and referrals, medication monitoring, and skill building. For more information about CBCM, please call 440-3825 or call the Adult Mental Health Division Eligibility Line at (808) 643-2643 (AMHD).
Community Based Care Coordination (CBCC)
Provides integrated case management services for those individuals with Med-Quest (i.e. Aloha Care, Kaiser Permanente, Ohana or United health ) and Qexa insurance plans (Ohana Community Care Services and HMSA). Our program strives to ensure all individuals receive both mental health and primary care services. In collaboration with the individuals’ Med-Quest or Qexa provider individualized services are coordinated and accessed. The goal of care coordination is to support individuals in reclaiming and transforming their lives through the identification of resources, which will help them live and thrive in the community. For more information about CBCC, please call 440-3825.
Representative Payee Services*
Provides money management services to persons with serious mental illness. Representative payees provide assistance with the SSI/SSDI application process, budgeting and money management education, and assistance in money management. For information on Representative Payee services, phone 440-3875.
*The CBCM and Representative Payee programs are funded by the Department of Health of the State of Hawaii. To be referred to these programs, contact the Adult Mental Health Division Eligibility Line at (808) 643-2643 (AMHD).