News & Events

  • Updated Clinic Closures:
    • We’ll be closed for Christmas starting Monday, December 24th, 2018, and resuming appointments on Wednesday, December 26, 2018.
    • We’ll be closed for New Year’s starting Monday, December 31st, 2018, and resuming appointments on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
    • Please call 911 or go to the nearest ER in the unlikely event of a crisis during clinic closures.
  • Amanda was activated for mental health support at Kapolei High School by the O’ahu Medical Reserve Corps during Hurricane Lane. Fortunately, the hurricane impact was not too severe for the Leeward side. Please restock your disaster kit because hurricane season goes through the month of November.

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  • SCCS is participating in Support in Mind Scotland’s 100 Streets Challenge! All donations go directly to Support in Mind Scotland, whose aim is to improve the quality of life for anyone whose mental health problems or mental illness has a serious impact on their life and on the lives of others, including family members, friends, and supporters.

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  • SCCS celebrated its 3rd anniversary since opening and celebrated by donating to Kids Hurt Too Hawaii, which is a vital resource for the children of Hawai’i who are grieving the loss or separation of a parent. KHT is also where Amanda got her start in the social services/mental health field as a volunteer grief mentor. SCCS raised $500 for KHT… and is matching donations, for a total of $1,000 raised! Just a thank you, KHT, for all you do! 💚
  • Did you catch Amanda’s discussion about Talking about Disasters with Kids on KUMU 94.7FM? If not, check out the video below:

Award

  • SCCS received the 2017 Best of Waipahu Award!
  • SCCS is fundraising to provide Mental Health Facilitator training to civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo). If you’re interested, please visit our GoFundMe campaign and spread the word!
  • We are updating our playroom! Please contact us if you have any toys you no longer want. Email: amanda@hisccs.com
  • Hawaii teens age 14-years to 17-years old may now seek outpatient mental health treatment without their parents’ permission and they will not be liable for payment. Read more here.