Finding Hawaii Detox Centers for Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Like many other American states, Hawaii is no exception when it comes to the severe drug abuse crisis plaguing the country. Opioid and alcohol abuse are among some of the most serious addiction problems in cities like Hilo and Honolulu. However, if you are one of those suffering from a long-term addiction, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Hawaii detox centers exist all over the state where individuals grappling with drug dependence can safely put an end to this problem and begin recovery. We can help you find the best program for your needs today when you call 800-483-2193. Contact us anytime, day or night. We are always ready to take your call.

G&G Holistic Rehab

North Miami Beach, Florida

G&G Holistic Addiction Treatment Program is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab and treatment center with a comprehensive and integrated Mind-Body-Spirit approach to the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders. We have over 20 years in the business of helping fellow addicts and alcoholics to recover from the torments of their addictions and we are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations- the Gold standard in Health Care Quality Assurance.

Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers in Hawaii

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Why Choose Hawaii Detox Centers?

There are plenty of issues that can lead to a serious addiction: stress, grief, boredom, and many others. However, when you are finally ready to admit that your substance abuse has become dangerous, the best thing you can do is to seek professional treatment.

  • Detox is often the first part of recovery from any substance use disorder from alcohol to opioids to stimulants.
  • People who do not attend detox often struggle with relapse and other issues because withdrawal is such a difficult time.
  • Choosing Hawaii detox centers will ensure that you can receive medical care in one of the most beautiful states in the entire country.

Whether you’re looking for recovery close to home or in a remote destination, it is always better to seek professional care than to try and go through withdrawal on your own.

Hawaii Drug & Alcohol Detox Statistics

  • According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 8 percent of Hawaiian high school students said they had used inhalants at some point in their lives in 2015. This was higher than the national average at 7 percent.
  • In addition, 6 percent of Hawaiian high schoolers admitted to having used cocaine, which was higher than the national average at 5 percent.
  • According to the Hawaii Opioid Initiative, Act 66 was signed into law in 2017. This act prevents opioid prescribers from prescribing these drugs for more than 7 days at a time with certain exceptions.

Only 5.3 percent of the individuals who were addicted to alcohol between 2009 and 2013 received treatment in Hawaii (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration).



Our helpline will ask you some simple questions and help you determine whether a particular detox center is right for you.


Caring treatment specialists will work with you to keep you comfortable during withdrawal to prepare you for recovery.


Therapy and counseling are provided to help you discover the core reasons behind your addiction and how to cope without drugs or alcohol.


Follow-up programs and continued attention to recovery assist you in maintaining a sober lifestyle following the treatment received in detox and rehab.


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How Long is Hawaii Alcohol Detox?

Hawaii alcohol detox may take as long as several months in order for the patient to safely recover. This is because alcohol withdrawal can be unpredictable and dangerous, sometimes causing life-threatening effects late into the syndrome. As such, treatment often takes longer than general detox. However, your treatment may need to be longer or shorter than this timeline, so call 800-483-2193 now to learn more about the best options for your recovery based on your specific situation.

How Long is Hawaii Drug Detox?

Different drugs of abuse have different withdrawal timelines. For example, the National Library of Medicine states that cocaine withdrawal can last for several months or longer, making it difficult for an individual to finish drug detox before this time. Opioid withdrawal, on the other hand, can take less than a week in some cases.

Other variables may affect the amount of time your withdrawal will take, including

  • The severity of your addiction and dependence
    • If you are severely addicted, you may need longer in detox in order to become stabilized.
  • The amount of times you have already detoxed
    • Some people who have detoxed before experience worse symptoms the second time around.
  • The presence of any dual-diagnosis
    • Treating co-occurring mental disorders simultaneously with your dependence could make the process take longer.


We accept most insurances, call us to find out for certain.

Inpatient vs. Outpatient Detox Centers in HI

Inpatient treatment can sometimes be necessary for a safe recovery. In the case of psychological issues (such as comorbid mental disorders) or a lack of a support system at home, inpatient care could be the best choice during detox. Many people also choose this program when they are concerned about the possibility of relapse, as detox is one of the most dangerous times you can experience this outcome.

No matter what, make sure you know the benefits and drawbacks of both treatment options. Then choose the one you think will provide you (in your specific situation) with the fewest drawbacks and the most benefits.

Get Help Today

We are here to help you make a change for the better and to seek out the safest treatment possible for your drug or alcohol dependence. Just call 800-483-2193 today, and you can begin your journey toward living a happier, healthier, and safer life.