ACCESS Capabilities
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Addiction Services

ACCESS Capabilities, Inc. continues to offer affordable services for the recovery and prevention of substance abuse and addiction. To facilitate this ACCESS offers the following professional services:
Assessment
Individual and Group Counseling
Family and Couples Counseling
Chemical Dependency Recovery Skills
Family Recovery Skills
Life Skills
Introduction to the 12-Step Program Philosophy
Referral to other services and providers
Clean and Sober Housing
ACCESS Capabilities currently offers clean and sober housing to men and women on the east side of the Big Island in the community of Keaau. We are currently working on accreditation for higher levels of care (i.e., Residential and Therapeutic Living Programs TLP) which will replace the current program in Keaau. To be eligible for this program an individual must have wither HMSA Commercial or Quest or University Health Alliance (UHA) insurance or pay cash ($2500/month). Additionally the individual must require substance abuse treatment above the Intensive Outpatient level which will be provided at the Pahoa office of ACCESS Capabilities. Monthly rent is $300 and an additionaly $25 a week for food, food stamps are applicable. If interested please contact Debra Ravey at the Pahoa office.

Intensive Services


ACCESS Capabilities offers three Intensive service programs at all locations:


Intensive Outpatient Services
This is for individuals who have been assessed to the ASAM II.I level of services. These services are typically completed in three phases. Phase I meets three times a week, Phase II twice a week, and Phase III once a week. These services are designed to be completed in six months but completion depends on the individual's ability to meet treatment goals.

Low Intensity Outpatient Services

This is for individuals who have been assessed to the ASAM I.0 level of services and do not meet level II.I criteria. These services are typically completed in two phases Phase II meets twice a week, and Phase III once a week. These services are designed to be completed in six months but completion depends on the individual's ability to meet treatment goals.

Outpatient Services

This is for individuals who have been assessed to the ASAM I.0 Recovery Introduction or Level 0.5 Early Intervention level of services and do not meet level II.I criteria. These services depend on the individual program created for each recipient and can vary from individual to individual.


Early Intervention

Early Intervention is a level of treatment where a person's use of substances is neither prolonged nor intense. Usually this behavior can be effectively addressed through brief interventions focused on psycho-educational information.


Recovery Introduction

This level of treatment is effective at addressing the issues of individuals who have had repeated issues with drugs or alcohol but do not meet the criteria for intensive services.
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