Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are answers to frequently asked questions. For further information about the Kāhi Mōhala Behavioral Health programs, please contact our Call Center at (808) 677-2512 or fax your questions to us at (808) 677-2574.
Does your program accept children?
Yes. Our program specifically addresses the behavioral needs of children from age 3 to 12 years old, with diagnoses such as affective post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, adjustment disorders, conduct disorders, oppositional defiant disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders and depression, bipolar, and other mood disorders.
If my child enters your program, will he be able to keep up with his schoolwork during treatment?
Our program provides individualized and group classes for school-aged patients in our Residential Treatment Program. Our teachers, instructors and aides work in conjunction with your child's home school or school district to keep up with the curriculum and homework assignments necessary for a smooth transition to and from Kāhi Mōhala.
Can you treat individuals with eating disorders?
Yes. Kāhi Mōhala has recently seen an increase in patients with eating disorders. We are successfully treating these patients through education, proper nutrition and re-feeding treatment plans. Our treatment team can help you or your loved one get back to good health while developing a positive body image and healthy eating habits.
What kind of insurance do you require?
Kāhi Mōhala is an authorized provider for most health insurance plans (including HMSA, Kaiser, QUEST and other health insurance plans).
Does your hospital have financial assistance?
You may qualify for ﬁnancial assistance. Sutter Health hospitals offer free care, or care at a substantial discount for certain uninsured and insured patients based on family income and medical expenses. Reduced prices to the uninsured, including a prompt pay discount to uninsured patients who pay their bills within 30 days Please ask for information about these policies at registration, or call 808-671-8511. The Financial Assistance Policy is available in more than 24 different languages at http://www.sutterhealth.org/communitybenefit/financial-assistance.html
Is Kāhi Mōhala a private for profit company?
No, Kāhi Mōhala is a not for profit organization, and has held its 501(c) (3) status since September, 1983
Is Kāhi Mōhala operated by a mainland company?
Like many local hospitals, Kāhi Mōhala is affiliated with a large network of not for profit health care providers. Kāhi Mōhala is a Sutter Health Affiliate, which is a large network of health care providers operating along the West coast of the United States.
May I donate goods or cash to Kāhi Mōhala ?
Yes, Kāhi Mōhala is a not for profit organization, which is qualified to supply our donors with letters for itemization purposes on your tax records if you should donate goods or cash. While we like to publicly acknowledge the charitable donations we receive, we realize some donors prefer to remain anonymous. If you would like to donate, please contact Linda Hines at (808) 677-2535 or email HinesL@kahi.org