HBH was created in 1993 to develop a system of integrated services to meet the needs of Hawaii’s youth and families through innovative, culturally relevant, best practices.
The mission of Hawaii Behavioral Health is to improve the health and well being of children and families in Hawaii by demonstrating excellence in delivery of social, education, and behavioral health services.
HBH has provided over 3.5 million service hours to youth and families statewide from offices in Hilo, Honolulu and Lihue, with a team of over 550 professional and paraprofessional staff statewide. HBH is one of the largest health and human service agencies in the state.
HBH’s empirically supported programs, empower clients through a provision of services that are individualized, child and family-centered, strengths-based, culturally relevant, and outcome focused.
HBH is licensed in Hawaii as a Child Placing Organization and is accredited by CARF.
Hawaii as a Child Placing Organization and is accredited by CARF.
At Hawaii Behavioral Health we are committed to open, honest, and fair interactions with our clients, community, and professional colleagues. We believe in a professional practice that is accountable, moral, and culturally sensitive.