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Maui Men’s Induction – Kihei, HI Store in Kihei

Program info for Maui Men’s Induction – Kihei, HI Store in Kihei

Maui Men’s induction is an oasis in the midst of a residential neighborhood located on the southwest shores of the Island of Maui. The center has 8 bed spaces for men 18+. Opened up in 2019 under the leadership of Ex Director Keith Jackson who is the Ex Director of Adult Teen Challenge of the Hawaiian Island centers. The students are there for approximately 3-4 months and then finish the program on the island of Oahu at the Christian Life school.
Categories: Residential, Men (18+)
Filter: On Probation, On Parole

Address

283 Ilikai St
Kihei, HI 96753

Contact

Phone: (808) 793-3440
Email: tchimaui@gmail.com

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Outpatient Services

This Location is Accredited

ATC locations in the United States and several locations in Canada go through a series of evaluations & reviews, online and on-site, every three years to ensure each program meets our high expectations regarding the standards of care provided to each student.

What to Expect

ATC is a network of independent centers. This means that every program location will run a little differently. However, there are some core aspects to our program that you'll find no matter where you go. 

Cost

Our centers strive to be as affordable as possible. Our programs are all 501(c)3 nonprofits that operate through the generous support of donors, income from micro-enterprises, and student fees/tuition.

Next Steps

1. Locate the center that works best for you and your circumstances.

  • Consider a Teen Challenge program that is located away from home. A fresh start in a new environment can help eliminate old patterns of behavior, as well as make it harder to give up when the adjustments to sobriety become difficult.
  • Consider several program centers to determine which one is a best “fit” for your circumstances and needs.

2. Make the call! Contact a center’s intake staff to start your road to recovery.

  • Ask about entry procedures and requirements.
  • Ask about program costs, daily activities, and after-care as these may vary from program to program.
  • Although many potential students do not initiate contact with potential programs, during the admissions process, most programs will want to speak directly with the applicant.
  • Please understand that it is your responsibility to provide transportation to and from Adult & Teen Challenge.

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