AKUA MIND BODY

Akua Mind Body Logo

Helping You Achieve Lasting Recovery

Addiction-750x470

AKUA Mind and Body – women’s residential treatment center has been ranked in the top seven in Newsweek’s 2021 list of the best addiction treatment centers in California

Reading Time: 2 Minutes

The entire team at AKUA Mind and Body is incredibly proud of how dedicated our staff works daily to provide the best treatment services possible for our clients and their families. In addition, we congratulate our fellow addiction treatment centers, who were also ranked in California’s top 80 treatment centers. AKUA Mind and Body-women’s residential treatment center scored 88.5% and was ranked 7 out of 80 for California’s best addiction treatment centers.

“In recent years, driven by things like the opioid epidemic and expanded health insurance coverage, the demand for treatment has expanded significantly. Finding the right treatment facility, however, can be a challenge. As part of Newsweek’s commitment to reporting on all aspects of health care — most crucially, covering what new developments could mean for our readers — this year, we partnered with global market research firm Statista Inc. to rank the 300 best U.S. treatment facilities that focus on addiction”.

-Newsweek

About AKUA Mind and Body

AKUA Mind and Body is a full-service treatment center that provides residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, and virtual treatment to both men and women struggling with a substance use disorder, a mental health disorder, or both (co-occurring disorder). AKUA Mind and Body provides compassionate, evidence-based treatment to all individuals and their families. We combine evidence-based medications and psychotherapy approaches with holistic treatments such as meditation, yoga, and equine therapy, as we believe in treating the mind, body, and spirit.

Our clinical staff and ancillary treatment teams take great pride in the care that we provide to our clients and their families. From intake to discharge, we believe in treating the client as an individual and not just treating the disorder. As a result, we provide individualized treatment plans for every client. We offer our treatment services across many locations in California, including Orange County, Newport Beach, San Diego, and Sacramento.

Once a client completes our treatment program, we provide them with extensive recovery community resources and connect them with our alumni program. We believe that recovery does not end when you complete treatment. Recovery is a lifelong journey, and it is essential to stay involved in community and therapy after completing a treatment program at one of our rehab centers. AKUA Mind and Body accepts most private insurances. We encourage you to verify your insurance on our website so you can be prepared to enter into one of our treatment centers as soon as possible. Our staff will ensure you have the best possible chance of a successful recovery from intake and detoxification to treatment and discharge.

 

You might also like

The-Importance-of-Volunteering-in-Recovery-1-770x470

Benefits of Volunteering During Recovery

June 29, 2021

Reading Time: 4 Minutes Volunteering in addiction recovery is the opposite of an active drug and alcohol addiction. Volunteer work, whether it is time spent at homeless shelters, raising money for your favorite charity, or spending your free time tutoring underprivileged children, is a selfless act. Many believe that substance abuse is selfish, as many individuals engage in substance […]

Meth-Addiction-Treatment-and-Rehab-Center-770x470

Meth Addiction Treatment and Rehab Center

November 18, 2022

Reading Time: 4 Minutes “According to the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), approximately 1.6 million people (0.6 percent of the population) reported using methamphetamine in the past year, and 774,000 (0.3 percent) reported using it in the past month”. As methamphetamine-related deaths continue to rise, drug addiction treatment professionals are continually faced with challenges to […]

Mental Health Symptoms People Don’t Talk About

Mental Health Symptoms People Don’t Talk About

December 6, 2021

Reading Time: 4 Minutes Imagine someone with major depressive disorder, aka depression. Do they exhibit sad facial expressions with deep dark circles under their eyes? Are they in a black and white photo with their hands pressed up against their head? What about someone with anxiety? Does the image depict an individual with jumbled words coming out of their […]

Skip to content