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Maui's Recovery Treatment Center

Our Programs

Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 4 PM

This group program is designed for maximum support to assist those clients who appear to need a higher level of care than intensive outpatient. These clients meet the criteria for IOP, may have multiple treatment episodes, and may benefit from increased individual attention and more intensive group therapy. This program offers many of the benefits of residential treatment and can be comparable in services and effectiveness. Day treatment programming is provided from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Clients return to their living arrangement during evenings and weekends. Such treatment costs less than residential and often is more suitable for people with jobs or extensive social supports. Also, perhaps a client transitions out of a residential program, yet still needs more structure and support than IOP. The initial length of this program is six weeks (30 treatment days). Clinical staffing offers continued care recommendations at that time.

Tuesday - Thursday for 12 weeks
AM Group: 9 AM - 12 PM
PM Group: 1 - 4 PM
Eve Group: 5:15 - 8 PM

This three hour, three days per week group program is designed for the client with a diagnosis of alcohol or other drug dependency and assessed as needing a highly structured program to support the recovery process. Often this client will have had previous treatment. Multiple life problems including more than one arrest, employment, health and relationship issues are present. The client may also have significant denial of the presence of an alcohol or other drug problem. Emphasis is placed on reducing denial, motivation the client to accept help from recovery support, and the attainment of life skills such as communication, decision making, relaxation, etc. Individual treatment is part of this program. The initial time commitment is twelve weeks; clinical review with client determines completion date.

A treatment program for clients with an alcohol or drug dependency diagnosis that meets once or twice per week in a three hour session. Generally, the client will have had no prior treatment services, will have an external support system that is conductive to or tolerant of the recovery process and will have sufficient coping strategies to abstain in a less structured program. Emphasis is on reducing denial of the alcohol or other drug problem, increasing positive coping skills, which will assist with abstinence after discharge, and the avoidance of another alcohol or other drug related arrest or problem. Individual sessions are a part of this program. The average length of this program is twelve weeks.

This group program is designed to provide support to those clients who have experienced a relapse after a period of abstinence. Clients in this program identify themselves as having an addiction and have established a recovery program in the past. Each enrolled client is offered an individual treatment program on a case-by-case basis.

Monday: 5:30 - 6:30 PM

This service is available to the family as a part of an existing group program or as a stand-alone service. (A complementary Family Group is open to all clients and their family/support members on Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Please register by Sunday evening at 214.5931).

Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 4 PM

This group program is designed for maximum support to assist those clients who appear to need a higher level of care than intensive outpatient. These clients meet the criteria for IOP, may have multiple treatment episodes, and may benefit from increased individual attention and more intensive group therapy. This program offers many of the benefits of residential treatment and can be comparable in services and effectiveness. Day treatment programming is provided from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Clients return to their living arrangement during evenings and weekends. Such treatment costs less than residential and often is more suitable for people with jobs or extensive social supports. Also, perhaps a client transitions out of a residential program, yet still needs more structure and support than IOP. The initial length of this program is six weeks (30 treatment days). Clinical staffing offers continued care recommendations at that time.

Tuesday - Thursday for 12 weeks
AM Group: 9 AM - 12 PM
PM Group: 1 - 4 PM
Eve Group: 5:15 - 8 PM

This three hour, three days per week group program is designed for the client with a diagnosis of alcohol or other drug dependency and assessed as needing a highly structured program to support the recovery process. Often this client will have had previous treatment. Multiple life problems including more than one arrest, employment, health and relationship issues are present. The client may also have significant denial of the presence of an alcohol or other drug problem. Emphasis is placed on reducing denial, motivation the client to accept help from recovery support, and the attainment of life skills such as communication, decision making, relaxation, etc. Individual treatment is part of this program. The initial time commitment is twelve weeks; clinical review with client determines completion date.

A treatment program for clients with an alcohol or drug dependency diagnosis that meets once or twice per week in a three hour session. Generally, the client will have had no prior treatment services, will have an external support system that is conductive to or tolerant of the recovery process and will have sufficient coping strategies to abstain in a less structured program. Emphasis is on reducing denial of the alcohol or other drug problem, increasing positive coping skills, which will assist with abstinence after discharge, and the avoidance of another alcohol or other drug related arrest or problem. Individual sessions are a part of this program. The average length of this program is twelve weeks.

This group program is designed to provide support to those clients who have experienced a relapse after a period of abstinence. Clients in this program identify themselves as having an addiction and have established a recovery program in the past. Each enrolled client is offered an individual treatment program on a case-by-case basis.

Monday: 5:30 - 6:30 PM

This service is available to the family as a part of an existing group program or as a stand-alone service. (A complementary Family Group is open to all clients and their family/support members on Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Please register by Sunday evening at 214.5931).

Tranforming lives

We believe that we all flourish best in an environment of support and respect where we are able to make healthy choices and take responsibility for the consequences of those choices. Akamai Recovery Maui works with clients at their present level of motivation for change. We empower them with the knowledge and skills to make the choices necessary to create whole, healthy lifestyles. With our skilled professional staff, we provide a safe and clinically supportive environment to explore underlying issues, destructive thinking and behaviors, build life skills and recognize the relapse triggers that compromise recover.

Akamai Recovery Maui offers comprehensive outpatient recovery services to individuals and their families who are struggling with chemical dependency. Our long-term approach, along with family participation, is unique and proven to increase the changes of recovery.

Finding help for you and your loved one can be a challenge. We are here to help educate, refer, monitor and support you throughout the entire process.

Adult Treatment

Akamai Recovery Maui offers a variety of outpatient services, which are designed to meet the individual treatment needs of its clients.

Registration – Registration is the first step for the client in accessing services. The registration process includes completion of the documents necessary to open the client’s case and a determination of financial resources available for payment of fees.

Urine Toxicology Screening – May be done at the point of intake and randomly throughout the duration of services. Individuals under a doctor’s care and prescribed medications for chronic pain management or medically-managed detox are welcome.

Assessment – The assessment provides a comprehensive overview of the client and his/her problems. Assessment includes the alcohol and other drug history, including past treatment or efforts to abstain, functioning in the areas of family, employment, health, mental health, legal, social and other life areas. Strengths available to support the recovery process, client motivation for recovery, and ability to abstain from alcohol and other drugs on an outpatient basis are also assessed. Recommendations for additional services, if appropriate, are also a part of the assessment process. The assessment usually takes one and one half hours. Some clients may require additional assessment time. Upon completing of the assessment, an Individualized Treatment Plan is developed. The plan is based on the results of the assessment and establishes the goals for treatment. The client is encouraged to participate in the development of the treatment goals and the treatment plan. A primary therapist will be assigned and will be responsible for service coordination.

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Akamai Recovery Maui Knows

  • Addiction is a treatable disease.
  • Extended treatment programs provide the best opportunity for recovery.
  • Family involvement can be pivotal to a person's recovery.
  • We focus on building a recovery support network; participate in 12-step groups is optional.
  • Our professional therapists provide an innovative approach to individualized treatment plans to ensure that every person receives compassionate and comprehensive care.
  • Providing a seamless transition between treatment services reduces the risk of relapse and increases long term success in recovery.
  • Everyone affected by drug and alcohol addiction benefits from the opportunity for healing; people can and do recover.

Mission Statement

Akamai Recovery Maui llc aspires to be a preeminent addiction and mental health provider within Maui. In realizing this vision we seek to:

  • Offer an array of addiction, mental health and other human services to promote the well-being of our residents and island community.
  • Plan for future growth by maintaining sound financial practices.
  • Provide a rewarding workplace thereby becoming an “employer of choice” for those seeking careers on our island.
  • Hire highly competent, warm, welcoming, and creative people.
  • Initiate collaborative relationships with many community partners to identify areas of need and deliver services of exceptional quality that build the resiliency of our people.

About Joanne Marroni

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Joanne graduated from Dakota Wesleyan University; Mitchell, SD. with a BA in Business Administration and Social Work. She received her Master of Science Degree from Indiana University in Education/Counseling & Human Services.

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  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor
  • Master Addiction Counselor
  • Licensed Clinical Abuse Counselor
  • Certified Substance Abuse Counselor
  • DOT SAP - Substance Abuse Professional
  • National Certified Counselor
  • Certified Co-occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomate
  • Certified Clinical Supervisor

Feel free to text or call my cell phone anytime:
(574) 876-0711

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95 Lono Ave. Suite 201
Kahului, HI 96732

T: (808) 214-5931
F: (808) 871-4444

joanne@akamairecoverymaui.com

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