Our success rate

Success rate

At Bali Beginnings we use a range of outcome measures to monitor the effectiveness of our program and the success of our clients. We regularly review our therapeutic program on the basis of this information to ensure that we provide the best foundation for long term recovery. The results below have been collected over the past 12 months and show the dramatic improvement our clients have been able to achieve during their stay at Bali Beginnings.

IMPROVEMENT IN ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) is an outcome measure used to measure client-reported levels of anxiety and depression. Higher scores are reflective of higher levels of anxiety or depression. At Bali Beginnings we ask clients to record their levels of anxiety and depression on their first day and their last day. The improvement in anxiety and depression levels shown here are statistically significant at a level of p=0.00, as measured over the 12 month period between Nov 2018 – Nov 2019.

PRE-TREATMENT VS. POST-TREATMENT IMPROVEMENT IN HADS SCORES

OVERALL SATISFACTION RATING

At the time of discharge, we ask our clients to rate their overall level of satisfaction on a score of 0-5.

OVERALL QUALITY OF CARE RATING

At the time of discharge, we ask our clients to rate their overall quality of care on a score of 0-5.

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Recovery stories

FROM SOME OF OUR VERY OWN TEAM MEMBERS...

Howard, our founder and grateful alcoholic came back from the brink of despair in a joyous story of recovery and reconciliation with family, with friends, with life.

Gary, our development director shares his experience with recovering addicts.  This video shot a few years back shows Gary fresh out of rehab, and at the beginning of his amazing recovery.