Mahalo: Men’s Detox Programs

Mahalo: Men’s Detox Programs

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Mahalo: Men’s Detox Program

Detox is an integral part of addiction recovery treatment and a very challenging phase as well. It is very important that one undergoes detox treatment under proper medical guidance to counter the withdrawal symptoms and achieve sobriety.

Mahalo, meaning “thankful” in Hawaiian, is our exclusive men’s detoxification facility that is dedicated solely to addressing specific problems commonly faced by men during recovery in a supportive enviroment. Our unique East-meets-West treatment programs blends medication with healthy diet and relaxation techniques like music therapy, meditation and yoga. At Mahalo, we make sure that every member is able to heal physically and mentally so that they are ready for the next step in their journey to recovery.


Mahalo’s integrative detox provides the optimal setting to strengthen and repair the damage that has been done by drugs and alcohol. Accredited by the Joint Commission and holding a State License, we provide a safe and warm enviroment along with the highest levels of clinical care. Our treatment programs include medication management, brain healthy meals, psychiatric assessment and case management to maximize energy levels and the healing process.

  • Medication
  • Psychotherapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Case management
  • Brain healthy meals
  • Yoga
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Private chef
  • Psychiatrist assessment
  • Men’s issues
  • Music therapy
  • Comfortable enviroment

Need for Gender-Specific Program

At Akua, we understand that both men and women experience substance abuse differently and therefore require specific detoxification programs. This makes gender-specific treatment programs more effective. Our clients can then focus on recovery completely and share their experience and worries with others who have either been through similar problems or have similar worries. Sharing worries and experiences helps our clients foster bonds that help them break the cycle of addiction and attain sobriety. Here are a few traits that are exclusive to men in case of addiction:

    • Men are more likely to indulge in illicit drugs developing drug related problems
    • Men are often heavy drinkers and tend to develop alcohol-related problems
  • Men are more likely to have relationship problems
  • Men are more likely to experience drastic behavioral changes

Insurance We Accept

Aetna Insurance
Anthem Insurance
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Care-first Insurance
Humana Insurance
Multiplan Insurance
Beacon Health Option
United-healthcare Insurance
Ameri-health Insurance
UBH Insurance
Optum Insurance
Allcare Insurance
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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.