FIND A REHAB IN THAILAND

the most comprehensive list ofresidential rehabs in Thailand

For over a decade, Thailand has been a popular destination for people seeking rehab treatment. Its warm and tropical weather, beautiful scenery, and famous hospitality have consistently impressed visitors to this southeast Asian nation. Its other practical features – such as a simple visa-on-arrival immigration process, a well-established infrastructure for medical tourism, and high-quality, low-cost model for healthcare – make the country a very convenient option.

Thailand’s many rehab centres offer a huge variety in terms of their location, price, accommodation, amenities, type and quality of care, and recreational activities on offer. Whether you need a treatment service that specialises in detox, alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dual diagnosis, behavioural addiction, mental health, or executive burnout, our list of Thai rehabs can present you with all of the key information in one place, letting you choose the right rehab facility for your particular needs.

ALCOHOL & DRUG REHAB CENTRES IN THAILAND

Previously located in Samui, Siam Rehab has moved through several locations in Thailand before finding its current home in Chiang Rai. Set on 30 acres of land and gardens, Siam Rehab makes the largest...

New Life Foundation was set up in 2010 by a Dutch entrepreneur who had attended the Thamkrabok monastery rehab for his addiction and wanted to set up an affordable rehab programme for personal growth,...

Situated, as the name suggests, alongside the Ping River, this rehab facility in Chiang Mai offers a very Thai chic vibe and large green lawns. The River Rehab is a partnership between the original founder...

One of the newer treatment options in Thailand, One Rehab is owned by a Thai hotelier and a medical practitioner so they are able to provide both clinical and hospitality services. They’ve got a full...

The Dawn Rehab is located alongside the Ping River around 40 minutes from central Chiang Mai. It is a well-appointed facility which combines an old traditional structure with more modern buildings...

The Edge Rehab is part of The Cabin Group and has its own village within The Cabin’s rehab facility in Chiang Mai. After noticing that some young men struggled to engage in a more traditional addiction...

One of the oldest rehabs in Thailand, The Cabin Chiang Mai was arguably the market leader for many years in terms of size, treatment outcomes and international reputation. The Cabin worked with a large...

As the first and only LGBT rehab in Thailand, Resort 12 was launched in 2016 as a specific facility for the LGBT community. It was launched with great fanfare with such names as Elton John and Boy George...

Previously known as The Next Step, Clarity Rehab was set up by several members of the clinical team from The Cabin Chiang Mai and operates a very similar model in terms of using a Recovery...

Banyantree 21 Rehab is located in Mae Taeng, around 50km from Chiang Mai in a very picturesque part of Northern Thailand. It is owned and run by a married couple, the husband being British and the...

Lanna Rehab is 4 years old and is a 20-bed rehab facility in Chiang Mai. The owners are a nurse from the UK and a previous Microsoft sales executive from Australia who previously worked at Dara Rehab...

Alpha Sober Living is a secondary, sober living facility in Chiang Mai that provides post-addiction treatment for men only. The founder of Alpha is the former co-founder and programme director of The Cabin...

The Calm is a sober living facility located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. They are located in a 12-bed facility, all single occupancy, and has separate buildings for men and women. The facility is around 3km...

Safehouse Rehab is located in Ban Bueng, a small town in Chonburi about an hour’s drive from Bangkok. Clients stay in a private, self-contained, one-bedroom apartment and receive treatments in a...

Hope House - a sober house facility in Chonburi, Thailand

Hope house

Hope House is located in the small fishing village of Bang Sare on the eastern seaboard of Thailand. The area isn't a particularly well-known tourist area but it is within travelling distance of larger tourist...

Hope Rehab was founded by a previous head counsellor and yoga instructor from The Cabin Chiang Mai and was the first of the more affordable rehab facilities in Thailand. It gained notoriety for having...

A non-12 Step treatment facility owned by two American practitioners who have a background in psychology and addiction. Inspire Rehab is one of the most affordable rehab centres in Thailand.

Private bedroom at a sober living house in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok sober house

Bangkok Sober House, as the name suggests, provides a sober living programme for those clients looking for a step-down facility from inpatient treatment in Bangkok. They offer 8 bedrooms in a lovely...

Part of the world-renowned Bangkok Hospital group, the Bangkok Mental Health Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (BMRC) is dedicated exclusively to mental health and addiction disorders. This...

Located on an isolated hillside in Phuket, The PARC (Phuket Addiction Recovery Clinic) is a large Thai style four-story house that has been lightly converted into a rehab facility. This Phuket rehab is owned by...

Miracles Asia is the smallest rehab centre in Thailand with only 6 bedrooms in a fully-equipped private villa. This enables a very tailored level of care that will suit some people. It could be particularly well...

Dara Rehab is one of the oldest drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Thailand and was originally called Channah. It is now under new management and ownership and is part of the group that also owns...

Resort-style rehab facilities with hotel services

Most rehab centres in Thailand are set in resort-style facilities. This type of rehab environment is designed to make you feel like you are on holiday, rather than spending your time at a sterile clinic. As such, many of Thailand’s luxury rehab centres boast private rooms, beautiful décor, flat-screen TVs, and complimentary WiFi. All meals, daily cleaning, and round-trip airport transfers are typically provided, especially at upscale rehabs.

All the while, of course, each of our featured rehabs focuses its main programme on providing addiction treatment for its clients. Yet the recreational activities and amenities on offer help to make the task of recovery more comfortable, by helping each client find wellness and relaxation during their journey to sobriety.

well-rounded holistic approach to addiction recovery

As a cultural feature of attending a rehab centre in Thailand, you are likely to have the option of experiencing a holistic, Eastern-influenced programme of care. These differ from conventional therapeutic practices in that they supplement standard addiction treatment methods with additional practices that focus on healing the mind, body, and spirit. Pilates, yoga, meditation and mindfulness, art therapy, acupuncture, massage and other such practices are designed to help you find your internal balance as you proceed with the recovery process.

cost of drug & alcohol rehab

Thailand’s rehabs cost an average of around US$10,000 per 4-week period of inpatient care. Yet this figure will vary, depending on the type of accommodation and overall experience you’re looking for. The main rehab options range in price from $8,000 to $16,000 for primary residential treatment. Their all-inclusive packages often feature a period of detox and aftercare support in addition to primary care.

which thai rehab is the best?

Although some rehabs have superior facilities to others, there is no simple formula to determine which one may be the best for your particular situation. The key is to find a facility that devotes its resources to the type of treatment you need. It’s also a good idea to note which centres can provide you with detox treatment, if you are likely to need it.

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