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Merry Christmas from Hope Rehab – It’s a Wonderful Life…….

Unfortunately, we don't have any trainee-angels like Clarence on the staff at Hope Rehab, but we do have the next best thing - a supportive community. We help each other see that our lives are not a waste, and that we all have something important to offer. We deserve something much better than the measly and increasingly-costly comfort found in drugs. Together, we develop the determination to want to live again. We start to see that yes it is a wonderful life. 

Merry Christmas from Hope Rehab – It’s a Wonderful Life…….2022-01-16T09:49:51+07:00

Avoid the January Blues In The Land of Smiles Thailand

As U2 song goes, 'nothing changes on New Year's Day'. This can be a particularly depressing realization for those of us who struggling with some kind of addiction issue. Maybe we can hide the worst of our drinking and drugging over the Christmas period when 'everyone is at it', but when the rest of the world goes back to 'normal', we can be left feeling lonelier than ever before.

Avoid the January Blues In The Land of Smiles Thailand2022-01-14T11:16:05+07:00

Hope New Year 2022 Treatment Package offer

Hope Rehab Thailand is offering a special New Year opportunity for all those of you who are able to take it. We will reduce our usual treatment fee by 15% when you book our two and three month programs. If you do not require detox, there may be a further reduction.

Hope New Year 2022 Treatment Package offer2022-01-16T10:07:28+07:00

Reasons to Celebrate Christmas Holidays at Hope Rehab Thailand

Coming to Hope Rehab Thailand at Christmas can be the perfect gift that we give to ourselves. It is also a gift that benefits friends and family back home who get to enjoy the recovered, healthy, happy, and more productive loved one who returns home.

Reasons to Celebrate Christmas Holidays at Hope Rehab Thailand2021-12-06T07:00:21+07:00

I Don’t Want to Go to Rehab

There will always be a 'good' reason not to go to rehab, but this just means we remain stuck in an increasingly painful situation.Even if we have what seems a solid and plausible reasons for not going, it usually turns out that it doesn't make much sense given the seriousness of our situation.

I Don’t Want to Go to Rehab2021-12-03T12:15:10+07:00