Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health...
a place to blossom, open, and shine
Kahi Mohala Behavioral Health is a center for health care services. Together, the hospital staff and the programs we offer, provide a relaxed and beautiful environment for personal restoration and growth.
Kāhi Mōhala embraces an inter-disciplinary approach to services, incorporating an integrative perspective in emotional, physical, cognitive and behavioral health care treatment. Our Kāhi Mōhala C.A.R.E.S. philosophy (Culture of Aloha, Relationship Based, and Environment of Safety) enhances excellence of care by incorporating the feedback of both patients and staff in developing the most positive healing environment.
Our 88-bed facility is located on 14.5 acres on the rural west side on the island of Oahu. We are Hawaii’s only freestanding, community-based, not for profit psychiatric hospital; serving the needs of not only individuals and families in Hawaii, but also those throughout the Pacific Rim.
Kahi Mohala is accredited by The Joint Commission, certified by TRICARE and Medicare/Medicaid.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Kahi Mohala is pleased to present the 2012-2013 State of Hawaii Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). This CHNA report was developed through a collaborative process and provides an overview of the health needs in Hawaii. The goal of this report is to offer a meaningful understanding of the health needs in the community, as well as help guide Kahi Mohala with their community benefit planning efforts and development of an implementation strategy to address prioritized needs. Special attention has been given to identify health disparities, the needs of vulnerable populations, and unmet health needs or gaps in services. Although this report focuses on needs within the community, there are innumerable community assets and a true aloha spirit that provides ample foundation for community health improvement activities.
An ADA compliant version of this PDF will be available on December 31st. If you are having trouble accessing this document, please contact Leah Soos, Community Benefit Assistant, at soosL@sutterhealth.org or (916) 286-6784.
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