Medical & Behavioral Health
Local Services Available on Maui
Lāhainā Comprehensive Health Center - Medical & Dental Services
Location: Ākoakoa Place, below the Lāhainā Civic Center
Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Adult Medicine: Monday-Friday
- Pediatrics: Monday
- Integrated Health: Tuesday
- Dental Care: Wednesday
Appointments are recommended. Medicare, Medicaid and most major insurance plans are accepted, with the exception of Kaiser, Humana & Tricare.
Contact Malama I Ke Ola Health Center for medical or dental services:
- Phone: (808) 871-7772
Community partners include Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Mauliola Pharmacy, and Clinical Labs Hawaii.
Behavioral Health Services
Walk-ins are welcome. Insurance is accepted, but not required.
Adult & Youth Services Available:
- Resource Guidance
- Supportive Counseling: Individual, Group, and Family
- Medication Management
- Psychiatric Services
- Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services
- Wellness Support Groups – Parenting, Stress Management & Mindfulness
- Location: Ākoakoa Place, below the Lāhainā Civic Center
- Hours: Monday-Sunday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Phone: (808) 495-5113
- Email at [email protected]
- Location: 121 Mahalani Street
- Hours: Monday-Friday 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM
- Phone: 808-984-2150
- Email at [email protected]
The Hawaiʻi CARES crisis line is available 24/7 by calling 808-832-3100 or 1-800-753-6879, or calling, texting, or chatting 988.
Preventing Respiratory and Vector-Borne Diseases
COVID-19 cases have been steadily increasing statewide for the last few months, with early indications of a further increase in cases on Maui based on DOH’s COVID-19 reporting data.
DOH recommends that all Hawaiʻi residents, including those on Maui, continue to stay up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccinations and take other precautions, such as wearing a mask and practicing good hand hygiene when possible. Find COVID-19 vaccines near you at https://www.vaccines.gov/search/. DOH and its partners are also making COVID-19 vaccines available at its Lāhainā Comprehensive Health Clinic.
DOH is also working to monitor for vector-borne diseases, which can increase in an area impacted by a disaster because of an accumulation of debris. While no confirmed cases of vector-borne diseases have been reported yet, DOH is working with other federal, state and county agencies to clear debris and other hazards that could lead to an increase in vector-borne diseases.
Murine typhus, a disease carried by rodents and spread to humans by fleas, is endemic in Hawaiʻi. A handful of cases are reported in Hawaiʻi each year. Murine typhus can be prevented by clearing brush and trash near your home and using insect repellant before exposure to fleas. Click here to learn more.
Debris and standing water also have the potential to increase the risk of mosquito-borne diseases, such as dengue fever. Response efforts, including debris removal and vector control activities in the impacted areas, are underway to prevent emergence of these conditions.
Emergency Prescription Assistance Program Available to Uninsured Maui Residents
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services approved the State of Hawaiʻi’s request to activate the Emergency Prescription Assistance Program (EPAP), which helps Maui residents impacted by the wildfires who do not have health insurance get the prescription drugs and medical equipment that they need to stay healthy.
Maui residents impacted by the wildfires who do not have any form of prescription insurance should call the EPAP toll-free hotline at 1 (855) 793-7470 to verify eligibility and register.
Following registration, individuals will need to obtain a valid prescription from a healthcare provider and fill their prescription at a pharmacy that is enrolled in EPAP. Prescriptions for medications and medical supplies may be renewed every 30 days for as long as EPAP is active.
WIC Waivers Provide Flexibility to Families Impacted by Wildfires
Families participating in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) impacted by the Maui wildfires will now have an easier time finding infant formula and food substitutions. The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) approved requests from the Hawaiʻi Department of Health and granted waivers for flexibility to increase access to WIC-approved infant formulas and foods. The waivers allow infant formula substitutions, food substitutions, and authorizing new WIC stores.
It’s also easier for families impacted by the wildfires to apply for WIC. You may qualify if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum or have children under 5 years old. Click here to learn more.