Watching someone you care about struggle with addiction or battling substance use yourself can feel overwhelming, but there is hope for recovery. Professional treatment programs are designed to help people with varying degrees of substance use disorders find relief.
Treatment programs can include a wide range of services and programming. When looking for care, it is important to consider the level of care, the programming, the facilities, and any specialty services you or your love may benefit from. Getting any kind of treatment is valuable but finding the treatment program that best fits your needs could increase the chances of finding long-term success in recovery. Our directory of Hawaii rehabs allows you to sort through the programs in the state to find the program that best matches what you are looking for.
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It's better than nothing. There was very little staff and it was low quality. However, they were kind enough to take in my relative when there was no where else to go.
Beautiful, serene property and cozy home. Every meal is made to order, with love and is so amazing. The staff are the most committed, loving, kind, people who are doing what they were born for. The owners are so creative with meeting every person idividuals needs. Truly an amazing place to heal. Sometimes the cows moo really loud. I was court ordered for 90 days. I was taking adderral and also had autoimmune issues. I was so sad and torn to leave my kids who were 12 and 14 at the time and getting there was half the battle. Smelling the Hawaiin air, seeing the beautiful home and property and being met with such kindness and compassion eased my anxiety. The days were filled with teaching, discovery, art, play, exercise, delicious meals, laughter, tears, rest and self care. They are teachers of life with a lot of experience. And they actually practice what they preach. Some days I was really angry or sad and it was all accepted. That's the part I was most blown away by. There's nothing I could say or do that would make them treat me differently. They love and accept and are compassionate and kind because that's what they choose to do and be. No matter how I am that's how they are. I felt safe to explore the traumas of my past and look at my beliefs and how they shaped my life and to do it without judgment. I went back for more healing a few different times after that for a total of six months. The Exclusive Hawaii is truly a place of healing and has forever changed my life because of the vision, dedication and love that they live and give.
Strengths: Caring, respectful staff Weaknesses:None. I am thankful to the staff at this facility because they helped me beat my addiction and supported me throughout my treatment. I've been clean 4 yrs. and 3 mos.
A 2019 report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration found that most people enrolled in substance abuse treatment in Hawaii were getting help for a drug problem. In fact, the report found that, compared to the national average, Hawaiians had higher rates of past-year illicit drug use disorders as well as past-year misuse of prescription pain relievers.
While getting professional help may be the first step, it is also important to find the right care. Before determining where to go for treatment, make sure you understand what your treatment options are.
For some people, the process of eliminating drugs and alcohol from their system is more involved and can be accompanied by intense withdrawal symptoms. A medical detox center can help make this process easier as well as ensure that detoxification is completely safely. While at one of these facilities, patients will follow a tapering schedule to minimize withdrawal symptoms and will also be carefully monitored in case any medical needs arise. Medical professionals are available to tend to patient’s needs while also prescribing medications meant to aid in the detox process. While detox is sometimes available in outpatient settings as well, few, if any, detox centers in Hawaii offer this service.
Living at a treatment center throughout the duration of the treatment program is a common option for care. This type of residential programming not only allows patients to make recovery their priority but can also place patients in an environment that is more conducive to their recovery compared to their everyday lives that can be filled with triggers.
Before treatment begins, patients will undergo a comprehensive assessment that can help dictate the direction of their treatment program. While every patient will follow a unique care plan, inpatient addiction treatment typically includes programming such as group therapy, behavioral therapy, addiction education, relapse prevention strategy building, and holistic therapies. Most programs will have patients live onsite for one, two, or three months.
Staying overnight and living at a treatment center for several weeks may not be necessary for people with milder substance use disorders or may not be feasible for people needing to work or go to school. Instead, an outpatient drug rehab in Hawaii will be able to provide more flexible treatment programming.
Depending on the level of care, some of these treatment programs will still include several hours of treatment a week, but patients can return home or to a sober living facility at night. The length of the program will vary depending on the facility and the patient, but most patients can expect to follow a set treatment schedule for several weeks. During this time, patients may participate in therapy, support groups, and educational programming.
Hawaii already includes some peaceful and serene settings for addiction treatment, but some people may be in search of facilities that match the opulent level of the surrounding environment. A luxury rehab in Hawaii will offer addiction perks and amenities not found at most standard facilities. These services may include laundry, housekeeping, and concierge services. The treatment center may also have additional facilities available such as spas, pools, and business centers.
Mental health care is an important part of the recovery journey, but people who have been previously diagnosed with a mental health disorder will likely need additional treatment beyond what a standard drug addiction center in Hawaii is able to provide.
Using an integrated approach to treatment, mental health disorders can be treated alongside substance use disorders at the right facility. A dual diagnosis treatment center in Hawaii will have mental health professionals on staff and programs dedicated to the treatment of mental health disorders. Many of these programs will not only focus on the root causes of each disorder but also the unhealthy relationship between them so that patients can learn how to change this relationship.
Often one of the biggest issues facing those entering treatment is dealing with the withdrawal symptoms, including cravings and physical symptoms, associated with multiple substances of abuse. In many cases, the problem is alcohol combined with another substance like marijuana or prescription drugs. It’s an issue that is significant because the effect of two substances together is far harsher than the effects of each added together. For example, cocaine and alcohol combine to create a new, deadly substance in the body called cocaethylene. This substance damages the liver far more quickly than if the individual chose to only drink or just use cocaine. Early intervention becomes increasingly more important in these instances in order to stop – and hopefully reverse – the negative health consequences of chronic dual drug use.
Hawaii ranks 1st in treatment centers servicing/accepting adolescents per 100,000 residents. Alaska is ranked one spot worse at spot 2.
When adjusted for population, Hawaii ranks 1st in treatment centers servicing/accepting no payment accepted. One spot worse is New Mexico, ranked 2 in the U.S.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.