The Ohaha Luxury Drug Rehab

The abuse of drugs, particularly prescription drugs like opioids and street drugs like heroin or cocaine, is far more prevalent than most of us would like to imagine. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 19.7 million of our fellow Americans faced substance use disorder (SUD) in 2017. Furthermore, drug overdose rates have nearly tripled in the last 30 years. We are losing Americans to this complex disorder despite help being available.

At The Ohana, we are committed to reversing this trend. Through holistic and evidence-based modalities in a stunning Hawaiian luxury setting, we guide our clients to face the roots of their addiction and begin healing toward a life of wellness.

Signs of Drug Addiction

How do I know if I need help?

The signs and symptoms of substance use disorder vary greatly depending on the substance. Abuse of certain drugs can produce quite opposite effects from others, rendering it impossible to provide an exact list. Friends and families may find it challenging to pin down the drug of choice, but they know something feels wrong or “off” with their loved one. There are some behaviors that could indicate to an outsider that their loved one is struggling with drug addiction especially the presence of multiple issues such as:

  • Changes in sleep habits
  • Irritability or extreme other personality changes
  • Problems at school or work
  • Physical health issues or severe health changes
  • Neglected appearance
  • Changes in behavior
  • Changes in friends or activities
  • Money issues or sudden change in financial circumstances

Those suffering from alcohol addiction may experience physical symptoms including:

  • You feel you must use the drug regularly (daily or even several times a day).
  • You have very strong urges to use the drug. These urges take over your thoughts.
  • You fail to meet work and home life obligations.
  • You cut back on social or recreational activities because of drug use.
  • You always maintain a supply of the drug to be sure you have it on hand.
  • You need more and more of the drug to get the same effect (this is physical dependence).
  • You spend excessive money on the drug.
  • You continue using the drug, even though you know it's causing problems in your life or causing you physical or psychological damage.
  • You do things you normally wouldn't do to get the drug, such as stealing.
  • You drive or engage in other risky behaviors when you're under the influence of the drug.
  • You spend a majority of your time either obtaining the drug, using the drug or recovering (coming down) from the effects of the drug.
  • You cannot stop using the drug.
  • You experience withdrawal symptoms when you try to stop taking the drug.

If more than one of the above statements applies to you, please contact a professional to determine next steps for diagnosing substance use disorder. You may reach out to our team at The Ohana any time for a complimentary consultation to learn more about your treatment options.

Drug Addiction Treatment

Similar to alcohol addiction treatment, drug addiction treatment varies based on numerous factors including severity of the disorder, how frequently a person uses, length of addiction, lifestyle, finances, and more. Another main factor to consider with drug addiction treatment is what drug or drugs the person is using. Those suffering from drug addiction may choose to undergo detoxification followed by inpatient or outpatient treatment to help them combat their disorder.

Inpatient drug addiction treatment refers to when a person lives at the facility where they are being treated. Outpatient alcohol treatment is conducted at a location that the patient travels to while still living in his or her home or a halfway house. Inpatient, or residential treatment, is more immersive and is linked to higher rates of effectiveness.

Where we come in

At The Ohana, we meet patients after they have either completed their inpatient residential program at another facility, or after they have successfully detoxed from alcohol at a detox center or on their own (please note, detoxing from alcohol on your own poses great risk which is potentially fatal). We utilize a Therapeutic Living Program which is an integration of an intensive outpatient program with a recovery residence. Our unique structure allows our clients to receive intensive care in a safe environment while continuing to work or go to school part time. In this way, we are able to extend treatment beyond residential, and beyond just an IOP, to give our clients the best chance at long-term recovery.

Our program removes the individual from temptations and triggers for a prolonged period while equipping them with tools that help them successfully reintegrate into their daily lives. Research shows that if someone suffering from AUD returns to their previous way of life too soon after treatment, they are at a higher risk for relapse. Developing coping strategies to deal with adversity requires support, modeling, and feedback. Our 30-120 program is crucial to learn how to transition back into daily life, by strengthening all the therapies and ideas that inpatient or partial hospitalization treatment has shown them.
At The Ohana Addiction Treatment Center, our intensive outpatient program’s goal is to help our patients live a sober, constructive lifestyle after treatment. We successfully give our clients the tools they need to attain long-term recovery.

Come to Hawaii to Recover

Call us today to speak to one of our compassionate and experienced team members about how you can attain long-term recovery and regain your zest for life at our picturesque facility. We are here to help and are honored to be part of your recovery journey.