ALOHA’s integrative detox provides the proper physical cleansing to strengthen and repair the damage that has been done by drugs and alcohol. Our detox program includes medication management and individualized counseling to help begin the healing process. Our treatment at ALOHA encourages women to explore the underlying issues and traumas of their addiction.
- MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
- PSYCHIATRIST ASSESSMENT
- TRAUMA THERAPY
- GENDER SPECIFIC ENVIRONMENT
- MUSIC THERAPY
- PRIVATE CHEF PREPARED MEALS
- COMFORTABLE LIVING SPACE
- CASE MANAGEMENT
- AFTERCARE PLANNING
AKUA provides the Highest Level of Care, accredited by JOINT COMMISSION ACCREDITATION OF HEALTHCARE
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Akua’s Role in Recovery
At Mahalo, our goal is to help our clients safely attain sobriety through our detoxification treatment program. Our gender-specific approach helps them to unburden their worries and address their personal issues with those who have faced similar problems. This gives our clients a sense of belongingness and helps them address the underlying issues which had pushed them towards alcohol or substance abuse in the first place. We integrate three essential components to provide a complete and safe detoxification while understanding the diverse treatment modalities involved.
Evaluation – Test for the presence of substance abuse in our client’s system, measuring their concentration as well as screening for co-occurring mental and physical conditions. We believe that careful evaluation leads to successful stabilization.
Stabilization – Following the evaluation, our clients enter the stabilization phase of treatment. During this phase, medical and psycho social interventions are used to assist them through the acute intoxication and withdrawal process progressing into a medically stable, substance-free state.
Continuing Care – Establishing a formal and individualized treatment program is necessary to ensure lasting sobriety. Our highly qualified clinical team works with our clients in this phase to prepare them for this step in recovery, whether its inpatient, outpatient, or a home setting.