Inpatient And Outpatient Drug And Alcohol Rehab
The Addiction Rehab Center (ARC) is pleased to be able to offer world class inpatient rehabilitation in our beautiful mountain resort in Maerim on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Patients choose to invest a period of their lives in rehabilitation because their lives have become unmanageable under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. Acknowledging the existence of a problem and choosing to seek treatment in the first major step towards successful rehabilitation.
What Is The Difference Between Inpatient And Outpatient Rehabilitation
Inpatient rehab involves the patient staying at our centre, 24 hours a day while outpatient rehab will see you visiting our centre a few times a week to take part in our addiction recovery program.
Many patients will enjoy both a period of inpatient and a outpatient care during their process of recovery.
Inpatient Rehabilitation Services
What Will Happen When You Arrive At ARC?
The first step in your treatment program will be the undertaking of a thorough clinical and medical assessment at a local addiction hospital. If required, this will be followed by an initial period of supervised detox at ARC
Primary patients live in our on-site accommodation with all there requirements met and provided for. During treatment, each patient is assigned a treatment team including a designated counselor. The team is responsible for establishing an individual care plan designed to best support your ongoing recovery.
Every day consists of a full schedule of treatment activities including individual and group therapy, educational lectures and participation in the 12 step recovery program.
Every client has the privacy of their own villa with balcony and en-suite bathroom. All personal needs will be addressed and taken care of.
How Long Does Rehabilitation Take?
The time required for inpatient care varies from person to person. It has been observed in clinical research that those who choose a longer period of inpatient rehabilitation have a higher chance of achieving success. A period of between 1-3 months of primary care is advised.
There is an old adage “once an addict, always an addict”. Upon completion of your inpatient stay, it is recommended to continue with participation in outpatient rehab. Returning back to the normal world will include returning to the situations and temptations that caused the addiction problem in the first place. Ongoing care can help the individual in this important period of relearning how to relate to the world around them, and grow in the confidence to choose a life of sobriety.
Outpatient Addiction Rehab In Chiang Mai Thailand
Our outpatient recovery program is designed for individuals of adult age who are seeking treatment for alcoholism, addiction and codependency. This program provides assessment, drug screening and primary treatment services. Patients live nearby and travel to ARC, where they participate in treatment at the time of their choice.
Pending medical and clinical assessment, intensive outpatient drug and alcohol recovery may be recommended for individuals live within a reasonable driving distance from ARC, have completed a residential treatment program and are looking for additional support in their ongoing recovery.
Treatment in the outpatient program is an experience focused on helping you to master the challenges of life, and grow in the confidence needed to remain sober. Special emphasis is placed on the issues occurring in the home and work environments that can lead to relapse.
Patients are asked to attend 12–Step recovery meetings in the city and begin establishing a sober support system. Additionally, family and/or loved ones are encouraged to participate in the center’s program and may be invited to attend family counselling or groups via Skype
The outpatient rehabilitation program gives patients the opportunity to continue living in Chiang Mai with the knowledge that support is close at hand.
What Can Be Gained From A Period Of Rehabilitation?
Upon completion of treatment, patients possess greater awareness and self confidence. Armed with a better understanding of not only themselves but also the disease of addiction, they possess the tools needed to ensure a successful and addiction-free life.