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AKUA Mind & Body Launches Online Outpatient Programs

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AKUA Ohana’s Virtual Outpatient Programs will be supported by an exclusive App!

Newport Beach, California: AKUA Mind & Body announced the launch of their new Virtual Outpatient Programs, inclusive of IOP and PHP levels of treatment. With the power of technology, AKUA Mind & Body’s integrative treatment for both Mental Health and Substance Use Rehabilitation programs are now available online in a private and secure environment. The new Virtual Outpatient Programs replicate the same experience through face-to-face individual and group therapy sessions.

Client’s participate through smartphones, laptops, or any device with a connection to the internet. The new Ohana App provides 1-to-1 intensive therapy sessions, video conferences, group sessions and chats, and counseling together with licensed and credentialed AKUA clinicians. This program is available for California residents.

“It is important for us to provide a full suite of services that are conducive for all lifestyles,” said Stephen Mercurio, President of AKUA Mind & Body. “Our new online program allows clients to heal from the comfort of their homes. It is our mission to continue providing the best possible treatment with a solid foundation for healing and transformation.”

California Resident Virtual Program Details:

Online intake process
Psychiatrist appointment upon admission
Weekly individual therapy session
Weekly individual case management session

Treatment planning with Clinical Team
Goal setting with Therapist
12-step, Refuge Recovery, and SMART recovery
Weekly assessments over the phone

For more information on AKUA’s Virtual Outpatient Programs, please visit: www.AkuaMindBody.com.

About AKUA Mind & Body: AKUA Mind & Body is a fully accredited and licensed substance use and mental health disorder treatment center with locations throughout California including Orange County, Sacramento, and San Diego. At AKUA, we incorporate the mind, body, and spirit into our holistic approach while blending clinical excellence and an integrative East-meets-West therapeutic process. This specialization fuses physical, psychological, spiritual and science-based approaches in detoxification, residential treatment and outpatient programs. The goal is to help clients emerge from treatment with the tools needed to confront substance use disorders and mental illnesses. Our unique and individualized recovery programs help patients build a solid foundation for healing so they can live happy and healthy lives. Admissions Helpline is available 24/7: (877) 965-7826

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