The Queen’s Medical Center provides Behavioral Health Services to the people of Hawaii by providing a comprehensive continuum of services. In collaboration with family members and community organizations we facilitate outcome and evidence-based treatment for patients in the most appropriate treatment setting. For over 50 years Behavioral Health Services has demonstrated the ability and commitment to providing psychiatric treatment for adults. Since 1998 The QueenÃ¢”s Medical Center has provided inpatient acute and residential behavioral health services for adolescents throughout the state. We aspire to create an environment which promotes growth and independence for patients families and caregivers alike.
Family Treatment Center part of The QueenÃ¢”s Medical CenterÃ¢”s Behavioral Health services offers specialized care for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. Psychiatric and mental health treatment is given together with 24-hour nursing care. Specialized treatment based on specific patient goals and individual levels of care addresses a variety of illnesses ranging from imminent to long-term. We are a 28-bed inpatient unit designed to provide education guidance and structure to school-aged children and youth in Hawaii and the Pacific Rim. We provide resources for children/families in need of mental health treatment at an acute level.
The mission of the Family Treatment Center is to provide a safe nurturing environment to facilitate the healing process for the youth of Hawaii and their families.We strive to ensure that all patients will be actively engaged in meaningful individualized treatment that has been empirically validated and which seeks to foster the development of needed life skills.
Child- and family-centered culturally sensitive programs are developed for each patientÃ¢”s social physical emotional educational recreational and developmental needs. We encourage families and caregivers to participate actively in their childÃ¢”s treatment. A daily schedule of patient programming is available upon request.
Acute hospitalization is intended to provide immediate safety and stabilization for the patient. We assess the patientÃ¢”s and familyÃ¢”s needs address immediate crises and coordinate resources and supports in the community. The average length of stay in our acute program is three to five days.
Outpatient Drug Rehab
Regular Outpatient Treatment
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Contingency management/motivational incentive
Outreach to persons in the community
Substance abuse counseling approach
Cash or Self-Payment
Assistance with obtaining social services
Comprehensive substance abuse assessment
Drug or alcohol urine screening
Employment counseling or training
Family counseling offered
Group counseling offered
HIV or AIDS education counseling or support
Health education services other than HIV/AIDS or hepatitis
Individual counseling offered
Accepts clients on opioid medication
Do not use medication for opioid addiction
Consumer-run (peer-support) services
Substance abuse education
Screening for substance abuse
Social skills development
State substance abuse agency
Hepatitis education counseling or support