AKUA Mind & Body takes an innovative approach to treating addiction by offering holistic therapy. Our facility is known for methadone detox, helping people struggling with an opioid dependence safely come off the drug. People fly in from all over the country to get treatment by the beach. We are highly rated and have a strong network of successful alumni in ongoing recovery.
We offer three levels of care after detox: residential treatment, intensive outpatient and outpatient. At AKUA, we use the term “holistic” to refer to treatment that addresses the three most important elements of our being — mind, body and spirit. We have seen great success in developing this innovative method of treatment, which accelerates the process of breaking destructive patterns created by drugs and alcohol in a person’s life.
To accomplish this, we combine the science of substance use disorder services, nutrition, movement, and psychotherapy with Eastern techniques of acupuncture, massage, yoga and meditation. Regardless of where you live, we can fly you out of your current environment and help you find healing by the beach. Paying for treatment should never be an obstacle, so we work most major insurances and offer financing.
AKUA developed gender-specific detox treatment programs that specialize in the individual needs of men and women to keep the focus on recovery. Based on the different ways that men and women struggle with substance use disorders, AKUA understands that the treatment process and challenges differ greatly as well. That is why we treat men and women separately to encourage long-term sobriety. Our team of highly skilled and experienced clinicians and therapists provide state-of-the-art treatment in a structured and supportive environment.
We work within small groups so you don’t have to worry about being in a room full of people — everything is tailored to the needs of the individual. Our nutritious food is prepared by our own chef, focusing on healing for the entire body. Come relax in a positive and caring environment today.