Mental Health Services
- Screening and intake
are done initially through the ACCESS Line (832-3100).
a. Caller should be
ready to provide (fax or mail) any medical and/or psychiatric reports
listing any psychiatric diagnoses.
b. If none is available,
an assessment will be done at the Clinic in the personís catchment area
(ie., Diamond Head; Kalihi-Palama; Leeward, etc.).
- Person to be sent to
their respective Clinic to determine eligibility for services.
a. Diagnoses to be
given or confirmed through their assessment and use of the DSM (ie., schizophrenia,
bi-polar disorder, depression, etc.)
b. Eligibility based
on this assessment and on a case by case basis.
c. No written criteria available.
- For statewide mental
health crisis assessment and services, you can also contact the Adult Mental
Health Division Access Team at 1-800-753-6879. They provide 24-hour, 7 days
a week assistance to callers in providing mental health information to the
community and linking callers to appropriate agencies.
& Communication Access Board (DCAB)
Access a statewide listing
Disabilities Division's Case Management & Information Services Branch
- Individuals meeting the
definition of "mental retardation" (MR) or "developmental disability" (DD)
may be eligible to apply for services. One of the criteria is that the severe
chronic disability manifest before age of twenty-two. See website
for definition of DD/MR, services, how to apply, providers, family supports,
and how their offices can be contacted.