Why are you based in Bali?
Many people who suffer from substance abuse cannot or do not want to receive treatment near where they live, or even in their home country. Travelling away for short-term treatment (28 days or more) is appealing because it allows individuals to put space between them and the environment that stimulated addictive behaviours. The natural spirituality of Bali can seem like a lifeline.
What treatments do you offer?
We specialise in the treatment of alcohol addiction, drug addiction (illegal and prescribed), and dual diagnosis.
Do you have the resources to deliver personalised care?
Our therapeutic community is intentionally remote, exclusive, small and affordable; accommodating only a select number of clients at any one time. It is designed for high levels of personal, customised care. Central to our drug and alcohol treatment program is the understanding that no two people are the same. Your experiences, your triggers, your life goals, your shames, hopes and fears – they all combine to make your treatment plan unique.
Do you adhere to a code of ethics?
We adhere to a strict code of professional ethics that focuses on honesty, integrity and client rights throughout the process.
Do you adhere to a 12-Step Program?
Absolutely. We adhere to the 12-Step (Minnesota Model) Program, a therapeutic model that involves a thorough and ongoing client assessment and multiple therapeutic approaches, delivered by a team of counsellors, coaches, psychologists and nurses. The primary goal is lifetime abstinence from alcohol and drugs, and a better quality of life.
Is your team properly trained, qualified and experienced?
Yes. Our team consists of qualified psychologists and addiction counsellors, consultants, registered nurses, and international life coaches with decades of experience in the field of drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
Are your drug rehab and alcohol rehab methods based on evidence?
Yes. We use evidence-based methods derived from established psychological principles. These include: group and individual therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, narrative therapy, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), meditation, and psychoeducation.
I’m concerned about relapse prevention and support. Does your program incorporate this service?
Discipline, integrity and commitment are the cornerstones of sustainable recovery. Our focus on client recovery extends well beyond the traditional parameters of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and is specifically designed to ensure you have the tools and support you need to conquer your active addiction. For good.
Do you have a program for families and friends of active addicts?
Yes. Our drug and alcohol rehab service incorporates a two-day family component, beginning after your loved one’s initial 28-day recovery program. During this time, you will learn about addiction and recovery, and introduced to your own recovery program.
Do you offer supplementary therapies?
Yes, we do. Bali Beginnings offers you access to a number of alternative therapies which can complement your recovery, including art therapy, yoga, meditation, and massage / reflexology. Upon request and at a small additional costs, we can arrange additional therapies such as Reiki, acupuncture and hypnotherapy.
Do you cater for diverse religions and cultures?
As an international therapeutic community, we are firmly focussed on providing drug and alcohol treatment that is sympathetic to pan-continental cultures and religious beliefs.
Will I be met at the airport when I arrive in Bali?
Absolutely. One of our staff will be there to greet you when you land.
What should I bring?
- comfortable clothing for 7-10 days
- shoes (and slippers, if you like)
- exercise clothes/shoes
- a journal
- prescription medications in original bottles
- copy of travel/health insurance policy
- recovery-related reading material
- cigarettes, if you smoke (we do not condone smoking, however, there are designated smoking locations at the treatment facility. If you would like to quit smoking, we offer support for this.)
What should I NOT to bring to your drug and alcohol treatment facility in Bali?
The following items are not allowed at the treatment centre. If you do bring them, they will be discarded, stored safely or shipped home.
- electronics, including laptops, cell phones, tablets, digital cameras and MP3 players
- non-prescription medications
- non-recovery-related reading materials
- revealing clothing
- clothing with offensive sayings or references to drugs or alcohol
- products containing alcohol (mouthwash, hair gel)
- valuables (jewellery, watches)
Will there be time outside of the rehab program to enjoy/explore the area?
While your drug and alcohol rehabilitation includes a strict program to which we expect you to adhere, we also believe that part of your healing requires a return to a sense of fun and play. Choose from a huge range of activities, including surfing, diving, boating, arts and crafts, gardening, trekking through the jungles, mountain biking, experiencing the spiritual essence and culture of beautiful Bali, the list goes on.
Is Bali Beginnings involved in the local community?
Volunteering at local community centres and schools is a pivotal part of our drug and alcohol rehab program. We want you to reconnect with your better self, the generous you, the one who cares, the person you might have thought was gone forever.
Do you cater for differing dietary requirements?
Any allergies, dietary requirements or unique requests can usually be catered for without any difficulty. Our menu, of which we’re very proud, is a mix of delicious European and Asian dishes.
Do you offer refunds?
If you decide to leave our facility within the first five days, we will refund up to 50% of the fees paid, some part of which may be offered as a credit on future bookings. This will be calculated based on a pro rata approach.
I’m struggling financially. Do you offer payment plans?
Funding for addiction treatment can be a challenge. We have made every effort to keep our treatment as affordable as possible. However, if you’re struggling financially, do get in touch. We may be able to help.
Will my information be treated with confidentiality?
How do I get in touch?
If you have any questions about drug and alcohol addiction treatment in Bali, please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org