Drug and Alcohol Detox Clinics in Thailand

When heavy or frequent substance users suddenly attempt to quit drugs or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms can occur and may trigger life-threatening health complications. If your rehab of choice deems it appropriate, they will assign you a period of medically supervised detox to help you remain as stable and comfortable as possible during the onset of these intense withdrawal symptoms.

Rehab facilities that offer onsite detox programmes

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...

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...

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...

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...​

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...

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...

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...

What happens during detox?

You will be monitored closely by doctors during this initial phase, which may last up to a week. Throughout this time, detox staff will treat your symptoms and may provide you with a drug substitute to assist your body and mind through this difficult stage of the process. You will then gradually be eased off the substitute drug, and in most cases be entirely drug-free within 30 days.

Is detox considered an addiction treatment?

It is important to note that this detox stage is not in itself a treatment for addiction, but is nevertheless a vital step which can then be followed by some form of psychological therapy.

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