Stigma is a major roadblock for those seeking recovery. This article defines stigma and ways you can reduce or eliminate stigma and get the help you need. Is there a more reviled word? Is there any other noun so fervently avoided?
Last Updated on 2019-10-21I came to Hawaii Island Recovery knowing I needed to change. I learned that at the age of 44, having the same habits developed for half of my life, if I continue to do the same thing and expect a different result that is insanity unto itself. Life! Live, Love! Stay with […]
Last Updated on 2018-11-05After a family intervention I agreed to go and get treatment at Hawaii Island Recovery. I loved the thought of a community based treatment center. The therapy I received was exceptional. The staff went out of their way to work with me. I stayed 120 days and I knew from the second I […]
Last Updated on 2018-11-05As a trainer, I deal with personalities all the time. This program at Hawaii Island Recovery got me to believe in me and my passion for health and fitness and helping others get better. My way of being of service as an AA member. – Vilma C.
Last Updated on 2019-06-12“After going through four treatments my life seemed as hopeless as ever. I knew that I couldn’t stop drinking and doing drugs. I had pushed away my family and friends. I didn’t feel like I was a bad person, I just needed help. Coming to Hawaii for recovery gave me new lease […]
Last Updated on 2018-09-19“From top therapy to integrating my post user life, you gave me the tools to make a real difference in the world Life is amazing, and to think, at one point I considered that my only option was to end it all! Now I can hardly wait for each new day – […]
Last Updated on 2018-09-19“Everything seems like its fallen back into place after I returned back here. My break to Hawaii changed things a lot for me and I am now able to view things in a different light. I would have not done it without all you guys help. I am thankful and grateful for […]