Article provided by: Maui Recovery
Did you know that Arizona is the most popular state for drug rehab in the US? Every year, people travel from all over the United States to attend rehab in Arizona. This is because Arizona has more drug rehab centers per capita than any other state in the union. Further, Arizona (especially North Phoenix) is renowned for its luxurious and swanky rehabilitation centers. Yes, Arizona is the most popular drug rehab tourism state in the US, but did you know that there is another less-traveled state that has amazing drug and alcohol rehab centers? The state is called “The Aloha State.”
If you are considering traveling to attend rehab, consider drug rehab in Hawaii. At Maui Recovery, our spacious and accommodating resort-like drug rehab provides for recovery in paradise. Nothing can beat the experience of recovering from drug addiction on the pristine beaches of Hawaii. Indeed, Maui Recovery’s residents spend a lot of time on the beaches here!
Why Do People Travel for Rehab?
There is an old saying that goes, “Wherever you go, there you are.” This saying simply means that people can’t hide from themselves. People can’t run away from their problems without having fixed themselves first because their problems will just follow them wherever they go. At the same time, our environments can become so negative and toxic that leaving an environment (even temporarily) can give us the solid footing that we need to got off of the old path and onto the right path.
Drug rehab in Hawaii is splendid, peaceful, and healing. Hawaii has long been thought of as a spiritual location, and rightly so! Here, people can pull the cords of their old lives off and plug into a new reality that is generated by love, peace, and understanding. If you just need to get away from the people, places, and things that are either causing you to abuse drugs or are enabling you to abuse drugs, contact Maui Recovery. We’d love to talk to you about getting clean and serene in paradise.
What is Drug Rehab Like in Hawaii
If you have never been to Hawaii before, then you will be pleased to learn that Hawaiin culture is very laid-back and low-stress. That culture and attitude is reflected here at Maui Recovery. We take a more laid-back approach to drug rehab. We encourage people to take their time, to find themselves, and to give themselves plenty of time for reflection and introspection. At Maui Recovery, our patient’s comfort and convenience are just as important to us as their success in rehab because rehab is a time for healing and starting over.
At Maui Recovery, we combine the best of traditional recovery programs with modern, evidence-based recovery. We take a holistic approach to rehab and encourage our patients to meditate, spend time in nature, and engage in fun activities. Doing so will help you rewire your brain to live and have fun without drugs.