Surrounded by Maui’s warmth and natural beauty, Aloha House provides individuals with the opportunity to make a fresh start and overcome feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and isolation. Substance abuse treatment at the drug and alcohol rehab is “client-driven,” meaning that the patients are involved in decisions about their care every step of the way. They’re treated with respect and dignity, and are regarded as human being who are in crisis, but still capable of making positive changes in their lives. AHI offers a full continuum of care, including residential treatment and outpatient services, to ensure the best results for each individual.
Tony Arcuria has served in this capacity since July of 2013. Tony grew up in California and earned a Master’s degree in Psychology from University of San Francisco in 2005. He also has advanced training in Hypnosis and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing as well as on the job training as an Interventionist. Tony has over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field and has honed his skills working in residential, outpatient, school based, home based, and military settings for males and females of all ages. In addition to working as a Counselor, Clinical Coordinator, Sober Living Home Manager and Interventionist, Tony founded and is the Executive Director of a business that provides sober living home certification in California.More
Dr. Wittenberg has been a licensed clinical psychologist since 1996, and grew up in Hawaii. She has specialty clinical interests in maternal-infant health, early childhood development, intensive, in-home, family-focused services, and rural issues in psychology. Dr. Wittenberg manages and supervises clinicians in Aloha House's counseling programs. She supervises post-master’s and post-doctoral interns and fellows as part of Aloha House’s initiative to train needed, high-quality clinicians for the families of Maui County. She also consults with local agencies and clinicians working with the “0-3” Early Intervention population.More
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