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Top 5 Rehabilitation Centres in Thailand



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Thailand has been a sought-after destination for people seeking excellent rehabilitation centres for many years. Thanks to its warm, tropical weather, natural beauty, and famous hospitality, people from all walks of life come to the country to recover and optimize their wellness.

Rehabilitation centres in Thailand range from luxury ‘rehab resorts’ to detoxing with Buddhist monks in a monastery. Therefore, whether you need a treatment service that specializes in alcohol and drug addiction or you need help with your mental health or behavioural addiction, you can find a rehabilitation centre to cater to your needs.

To help you find the right rehab centre for your particular needs, we have compiled the top 5 rehabilitation centres in Thailand.

5 Best Rehabilitation Centres in Thailand

1. Bangkok Mental Health Rehabilitation & Recovery Centre (BMRC), Bangkok

Bangkok Mental Health Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (BMRC) is part of the world-renowned Bangkok Hospital Group. This rehabilitation center is dedicated to the recovery of mental health and addiction disorders. A wide range of treatments for mental disorders is offered here, such as depression, nicotine addiction, alcohol and drug addiction, mild anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other psychiatric disorders.

BMRC uses the Recovery Oriented Services (ROS) approach, which stems from the understanding that everyone is different and should be supported to control their own life. The approach encourages clients to look beyond survival and recovery. Clients and their families will work with a highly skilled multi-professional team to create a comprehensive and personalized recovery plan.

The modern facility consists of an outpatient clinic, an inpatient unit, and a Special Care Unit (SCU). In addition, they also have other facilities, such as an area for recreational activities, therapeutic learning, and group exercise. The environment is specifically designed to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere so that clients can feel closer to home than a hospital ward.

Address: 2 Soi Phetchaburi 47 Yaek 10, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310.



2. The Cabin Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai

The Cabin Chaing Mai is one of the oldest rehabilitation centres in Thailand. They have worked with a large variety of clients, from senior business executives to professionals and celebrities. This rehab centre is also the largest rehabilitation centre in Asia. They boast a well-equipped facility, with a private hospital, an excellent gym, several swimming pools, and a number of restaurants. In terms of treatment, a wide range of treatment options are available. Both modern and holistic programs for addiction and mental health are offered. Overall, they design their programs to bring lasting recovery.

Set among the rolling mountains of Northern Thailand, The Cabin Chiang Mai has four ‘villages’ within its rehab facility. They have separate programs for men and women, but both have a strong emphasis on trauma as the defining characteristic that causes addiction. In the other two villages, Resort 12 and The Edge, they have two other different programs.

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Cabin Chiang Mai offers online and counselling services. Therefore, you can have access to many of their treatment services from the comfort of your own home.

Address: 296/1 Moo 3, T. Huay Sai, A. Mae Rim, Chiang Mai Thailand 50180.

The Cabin Chiang Mai - One of the best rehabilitation centers in Thailand

The Cabin Chiang Mai

3. Siam Rehab, Chiang Rai rehabilitation centres

Situated on an astounding stretch of land surrounded by lush jungle gardens, Siam Rehab offers a quiet and serene spot away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Therefore, your journey to recovery can feel more relaxing here. At Siam Rehab, clients stay in a warm and cosy cottage-style accommodation. In addition, numerous sporting facilities are available, such as a swimming pool, meditation room, gym, boxing ring, outdoor court, and even yoga classes. These facilities encourage clients to engage in various activities in their spare time.

The treatment that Siam Rehab offers focuses on an East meets West philosophy. Addiction treatments are provided in both individual and group counselling, using cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness meditation training, and community groups. All of their treatments are tailored to your unique needs. Besides group programs, Siam Rehab also provides private one-on-one programs for anyone who doesn’t want to be in a group environment.

In addition to their drug and alcohol addiction treatment, Siam Rehab has a wide range of other programs, such as mental health, weight loss, and lifestyle adjustment. This rehabilitation centre aims to empower its clients to achieve their goals and become physically and mentally stronger once they leave the centre.

Address: 109 Moo 12 Pateung, Mae Chan District, Chiang Rai 57110.

Siam Rehab - one of the best rehabilitation centers in Thailand

Siam Rehab

4. Hope Rehab Centre Thailand, Chonburi

Hope Rehab Centre is an accredited international drug and alcohol treatment centre located in the town of Sriracha. The centre has an excellent reputation for providing quality care and is well-known to have several high-profile clients. One of the most famous clients they had was Pete Doherty, a British rocker who was in treatment in 2015.

Since the centre believes that modesty and humility are the pillars of successful addiction recovery, their medium-sized facility is modest. However, the facility nurtures a good community spirit and family-friendly atmosphere. The treatment combines the most evidence-based therapies available. These include mindfulness meditation, CBT, individual counselling, mutual-aid-meetings, relapse prevention, Thai massage, as well as a range of fitness activities. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Hope Rehab centre now offers online programs for anyone who needs immediate help and support.

Home Rehab Centre also allows suitable clients to stay and volunteer after they complete their program.

Address: 45/13 Moo 9, Bang Phra, Sriracha, Chonburi 20110.

Hope Rehab Center

Hope Rehab Center

5. Miracles Asia, Phuket rehabilitation centres

With only 6 bedrooms in a spacious, private pool villa in Phuket, Miracles Asia might be the smallest rehab centre in Thailand. However, its tiny size is actually its strength. It allows a discreet and tailored level of care that will suit those who need a high level of privacy and confidentiality, such as professionals and executives.

Miracles Asia offers a selection of private villas. The rooms are airy and inviting, with calming earth tones, decorations, and lots of natural light. Each villa comes with a team of maids, chefs, a nurse, a qualified medical and therapeutic staff, a sober companion, and a driver. In addition, clients may also enjoy the pool, shaded outdoor spaces for yoga practice, onsite fitness rooms, and more. The centre also partners with Thanyapura so that clients can access world-class sport’s facilities during their treatment.

The primary treatments offered by Miracles Asia include drug and alcohol addiction, sex and love addiction, and gambling addiction. However, they also provide treatment for mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression. They also tailor their evidence-based therapy modalities to each client’s personal needs since they don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all treatment approach.

Address: 48/3 Moo 1 Soi Nanua, Paklok, Amphur Thalang, Phuket 83110.

Miracles Asia

Miracles Asia

Most rehab centres in Thailand offer resort-style facilities, so you can feel like you are on holiday instead of in a clinic. While some rehabilitation centres provide superior facilities to others, what is best for your particular situation depends on you.

If you are looking for a place to meditate, be sure to check out our article on the top 5 meditation centres and retreats in Thailand.

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