WHAT FREE DRUG OR ALCOHOL REHAB ALTERNATIVES ARE AVAILABLE IN BALI?
Bali is most known for being a holiday destination but in recent years Bali has become almost a recovery hub for many
In addition to several drug and alcohol treatment centres Bali also boasts a very strong recovery community including wellness centres offer mindfulness, mediation and yoga to name just a few. 12 Step fellowships are very popular throughout Bali with support meetings and groups for those looking to recover from alcohol and drug addiction across the island.
Alcoholics Anonymous in Bali: http://www.aabali.org/meeting/
Narcotics Anonymous in Bali: https://na-bali.org/na-meetings-bali/
HOW TO FIND PROFESSIONAL COUNSELLING OR AFTERCARE SERVICES IN BALI
Many people who attend an addiction treatment centre or alcohol rehab in Bali after completing their programme will either wish to return to their home country or remain in Bali and become involved in the local recovery community. Recovering from addiction is not easy and in living in Bali with all the triggers and temptations on offer can add additional challenges to those in early sobriety. Many of the rehab treatment centres in Ubud, Kuta and Seminyak or outpatient counselling services in Denpasar, Sanur and Singaraja may offer secondary care, counselling and aftercare support which is an extremely valuable resource.
HOW IMPORTANT IS ON GOING COUNSELLING AND AFTERCARE WHEN LEAVING REHAB IN BALI?
Post treatment support often referred to by addiction professionals and those in recovery from drug or alcohol abuse as aftercare which can be similar to intensive outpatient is absolutely essential to achieve long term sobriety. For rehabs in Bali such as those in Kuta, Seminyak, Ubud, Denpasar, Sanur and Singaraja who do not offer this service many treatment centres will refer clients to online counselling specialists online such as How to Treat Addiction. We offer individual addiction counselling and alcohol therapy online for many clients across Asia and Australia either as a standalone alternative to rehab or additional means of support.