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Teen Rehab Sample Schedule

Kokua Recovery / Steps to Admission for Teens / Teen Rehab Sample Schedule

Your teen will experience 40 + hours of clinical therapy in group and individual settings. Our licensed clinicians who organize and run the therapy sessions focus on a wide range of themes and topics including, but not limited to, relationships, self-esteem, psychosocial wellness, honesty, and self-awareness.

Your teen will also experience experiential and wilderness activities and adventures on a weekly basis as part of Kokua Recovery’s strong psychosocial rehabilitation program.

To help alleviate your concerns about what your teen will be doing during treatment, take a look at our hourly and daily schedule breakdowns below.

Monday – Thursday

  • 7am: Wake Up and Stewardship 
  • 8am: Breakfast
  • 9am-12pm: Experiential therapy
  • 12pm: Lunch
  • 1pm-4pm: School
  • 4pm: Free Time/Study Hall
  • 5pm: Process Group
  • 6pm: Dinner
  • 7:30pm: Gym
  • 8:30-10pm: Shower and down time
  • 10pm: Bed time

Friday

  • 7am: Wake Up and Stewardship 
  • 8am: Breakfast
  • 9am-12pm: Experiential therapy
  • 12pm: Lunch
  • 1pm-4pm: School
  • 4-6pm: Off Site Recreational Therapy
  • 6pm-7pm: Dinner
  • 7:30pm:  Group Game
  • 8:30-10pm:  Shower and Down Time
  • 10pm: Bed time

 

Saturday & Sunday

  • 8am: Wake up and Stewardship
  • 9am: Breakfast
  • 10am-5pm: Adventure Therapy
  • 5-6pm: Shower and Free time
  • 6-7pm: Dinner
  • 7-9pm: Down time
  • 10pm: Bedtime

Learn How Kokua Recovery can help your teen.

Our Weekly Rehab Schedule for Your Teen Includes:

  • Time to complete responsibilities and stewardship including laundry and chores
  • 3 meals + snacks a day prepared by an on-site chef
  • A minimum of 4 hours of daily therapy with licensed clinicians
  • Educational support with an onsite teacher
  • Self-care time built into each day
  • Weekly reserved time for spirituality or religious practices
  • 3 or more days a week of gym or team sports
  • Extensive and Elaborate experiential and wilderness components
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