Substance Use Disorder Residential Program

Upon admission to our program, we will create a thorough history to determine the best approach to your recovery program. Recovery Program planning is a mutual endeavor in which your input and that of your circle of support play a crucial role. We view each resident as unique and aim to help you not only establish but also achieve goals that best prepare you for long-term recovery from addiction and the underlying issues causing the addictions. The first step in this process is to assess your needs and then each component of our program addresses the mind, body, and spirit. We will build you a custom program once we know your history, understand your situation, and determine what your needs are. Our program is broken up into two phases.

The first stage of your program is 30 days of programming, consisting of 15-20 hours of therapy work each week. In this phase, you will go through addressing the addictions, the patterns and uprooting any shame, guilt, anger, pain and messages/belief systems that are still running your life. This is what is buried, repressed and often denied, and the reason individuals keep self-medicating. This first stage is when you go through healing, releasing the past, addressing these buried feelings, and learning new ways to self-love, self-care and regulate. Sometimes, people stay in this stage for up to 90 days at Maui Recovery, because some people have thicker layers than others.

Once you complete the initial stage, you move onto stage 2 which is where you are developed, guided, and mentored as you begin to healthy stand on your own two feet. Now instead of believing in the old shame and beliefs, and falling into the old self-sabotaging patterns, you regain your sense of Self-Esteem and Worth. This allowed you to begin to walk more in balance and moderation while helping others as you help yourself. This is our extended care program where people live up to a year sometimes in a healthy, structured, sober and supportive environment with community and staff. Here, bonds and friendships are made, community and connection are engrained, and people begin to live in their natural true state of who they always were and who they were made to be.