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A full Recovery program where our members receive counseling & treatment for several hours per day, 6 days a week. Additionally, our clients engage in outdoor activities to promote emotional and physical well-being, releasing & breaking through the barriers that has been keeping them blocked from the sunlight of the spirit. Our residential program offers housing in a beautiful serene place in a 24 hour monitored sober environment, just 750 ft from the Pacific Ocean.

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Alcohol Addiction

While the vast majority struggle with binge drinking, over 25% will experience symptoms associated with alcohol addiction. Additionally, over 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths annually, making alcohol the third leading preventable cause of death.

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Opioid Addiction

Opioids originate from a family of drugs that includes both illicit and prescription drugs. Heroin and opioids are highly addictive and are becoming more and more assessible. Each day in the U.S more than 130 individuals die from opioid related overdoses.

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Cocaine Addiction

Regular cocaine use can quickly lead to significant physical and psychological harm, including the development of a cocaine addiction. Cocaine releases dopamine which causes a sense of pleasure and euphoria in the brain.

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Amphetamine Addiction

Amphetamines are stimulant drugs that speed up the central processing system between the brain and the body. Due to the changes in the brain caused by long term use of the drug, our program uses multiple therapeutic modalities to help individuals understand and adjust their behaviors and lifestyle to stay on a path of continues sobriety.

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Marijuana Addiction

Recent data suggests that over 30% of those who use marijuana daily have some degree of marijuana use disorder. When someone with marijuana use disorder stops using marijuana, they can experience irritability and restlessness. Some will develop deep cravings for marijuana that can interrupt their work, sleep and hobbies. 

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Psychedelics

Psychedelics, also known as hallucinogen, are a group of substances that include chemicals such as LSD and Peyote that are used recreationally to change sensory perceptions, processes of thought and energy levels. 

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Club Drugs

Many club drugs are also called Designer Drugs, referring to the drugs being “manmade”. Raves are all-night dance parties with loud music and flashing lights. In a study of ecstasy (a popular club drug) use in raves, 89% of rave attendees reported using ecstasy at least once, and nearly 50% reported use within the past month.

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Depression and Anxiety

Depression and Anxiety often occurs at the same time. In fact, its been estimated that 45 percent of people with one mental health condition meet the criteria for two or more disorders. One study found that 50% of people with either anxiety or depression have the other condition. 

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Trauma

Traumatic situations that cause post-trauma symptoms vary quite dramatically from person to person. Indeed, it is very subjective, and it is important to bear in mind that it is defined more by its response than its trigger.

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Bipolar Disorder

All types of Bipolar disorders involve clear changes in mood, energy and activity levels. These mood shifts can range from “up” and elated to “down” and sad. Episodes of mood swings may occur multiple times a year.

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Personality Disorder

When an individual has a personality disorder, it becomes harder for them to adapt to the changes and demands of life and to form meaningful relationships with others. These experiences can often lead to distress and social isolation, which increases the risk of depression and other mental health related issues.

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Thought Disorder

Thinking normally involves multiple parts: thinking about something, stringing together thoughts and delivery of the thought pattern. A thought disorder disrupts one or more of these thought processes. 

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PTSD

Once our sense of security and safety disappears, leaving us vulnerable. It does not matter if physical herm has taken place, any situation that leaves us feeling scared can be traumatic. Its not “what happened”, its “how its interpreted”. PTSD affects 3.5% of U.S adults and is estimated that 1 in 11 people will be diagnosed with PTSD in their lifetime.

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Codependency

The term codependency has been around for decades. Although it originally applied to supposes of alcoholics and addicts, research has revealed that the characteristics of codependents were much more prevalent in the general population. 

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Tech Addiction

The Internet offers an escape from the pain, stress, and loneliness in their lives. It’s a place that provides comfort and entertainment. Going offline is unthinkable. By focusing on the sources of the anxiety and unhappiness, we’re able to teach them that they can walk away from bad habits.

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Video Game Addiction

Those 6 words were asked of Dr. K almost 10 years ago by a delusional and confused 16 year-old client who was experiencing an episode of Video Game-Induced Psychosis. That exchange was the beginning of an eye-opening exploration into Video Game Addiction and the neurological impacts screens have on kids.

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Social Media Addiction

Through extensive research, clinical trials with diagnosed screen addicts, and experience treating a variety of other types of addicts, Dr. Kardaras explores the alarming reality of how children could be "stunting their own creative abilities" by constantly turning on and tuning in.

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Smart Phone Addiction

Current clinical research correlates screen tech with disorders like ADHD, addiction, anxiety, depression, increased aggression, and even psychosis. Most shocking of all, recent brain imaging studies conclusively show that excessive screen exposure can neurologically damage a young person’s developing brain in the same way that drug addiction can.

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Gambling Addiction

Some admit they have a gambling addiction but refuse to acknowledge a problem, even if they can’t pay bills or personal possessions are frequently pawned off to get more money. Some know they've hit rock bottom and need a kind hand to guide them.

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Sex Addiction

Most issues can be resolved when confronted. The difficult part isn't the solving, it's the confronting. Sex issues can often pushed into the far depths of our mind and attempted to be ignored. In practice this can lead to deeper issues.

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Food Issues

While Maui Recovery is unable to treat a person currently engaged in an eating disorder, (avoiding foods or purging), we do have clients who suffer from food issues. Many of our clients with food issues most commonly struggle with overeating.

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