Start Admission to a Rehab
If our intake specialist and you decide that you or a loved one would benefit from a residential rehab, we will schedule the time and date when you or your loved ones can start. Then all you need to do is book your flights to get here.
You will be personally picked up off the aeroplane walkway and taken through a special visa and customs lane. The VIP concierge will then take you directly to our waiting car.
After you arrive at our luxury villa on the beautiful tropical island of Phuket in Thailand, our staff will go over some simple paperwork and we will show you around Miracles Asia’s comfortable facility and help you settle in.
If necessary and you were to arrive very drunk and we feel that you need medically supervised detox you might spend your first night or two in one of our partner hospitals, where their medical teams will make sure you’re medically stable and comfortable.
During this time our own staff members will remain with you during this time.
Our staff at Miracles Asia can help you navigate all visa and flight details. We are here to help, especially in these days of Coronavirus.
The Success of Miracles Asia’s Treatment Services
You will get your best shot at living a life that is drug-free when you engage with our program. This consists of one month living as a residential guest followed by our two-month outpatient program. During your follow-up assessment, you will be asked more detailed questions that help determine what services best meet your clinical needs.
We might ask to contact other medical and mental health professionals who you’ve worked with in the past to best understand your particular needs. If you agree, this may also include family, friends, and loved ones who can assist with details and background for your personal situation.
If you opt for receiving our virtual services instead of coming to our residential treatment program, you’ll be instructed on how to properly navigate the use of our virtual treatment platform. Perhaps you don’t need to come to a residential program, and an outpatient course will suffice. If this is the case, click here for more details of our outpatient treatment, or online programs www.miraclesathome.online
If we recommend residential treatment services, you will be given an individualized treatment plan that may offer:
- Crisis intervention
- Individual therapeutics
- Comprehensive behavioral evaluation
- Group therapy
- Medication coordination
- Referrals for education and support services.
Preparing for Admission into a Treatment Center
It’s important that you let friends and family know of your decision before you start the admission process to an addiction treatment center. By doing this you’ll be able to share your news before people you care about hear it through the grapevine.
However, it’s up to you to decide whether to tell them, or simply keep your privacy and explain that you’ll be away for a while.
By letting others know, you’ll be able to ask for help to watch your home, or assistance with your finances. Asking for help is a great way to keep people you care about involved in your big change, as they won’t necessarily be present throughout your rehabilitation.
Tie up any loose ends at home. Get everything ready for your absence by making sure that your finances and bills will be kept up to date. This includes utilities, rent, and loans. If necessary, alert your landlord or neighbors that you will be away for an extended time.
Also, find trustworthy care or boarding for any pets and plants that you have.
Communicate your intent to the rehab center of your choice. When you have made a decision on the facility you want to go to, contact the rehab and make arrangements for getting your treatment underway. Remember to discuss the date of arrival, rules about what you may or may not bring with you, and any remaining questions you might have about the duration of your stay, finances, and visitation once you’re there.
Find out if you can have visitors and how often the rehab permits its residents to contact their loved ones. Some centers will prefer that you do not contact people in your life during part or all of your initial stay so that you can be totally focused on the rehab program.
Accept the situation. Look within yourself and honestly ask why it is that you’re going to rehab. Make sure that you don’t waste your time and money by checking into a rehab program without being fully committed to recovery and ongoing sobriety. Outline on paper or mentally rehearse your goals for yourself. What do you hope to gain from treatment? Is there anything that you are not willing to do for your recovery?
Don’t get too worried if you feel very anxious and overwhelmed. These feelings are to be expected.
Try to acknowledge the anxiety that you feel, sit with it for a while, and then continue to move forward, knowing that it’s there and that there’s nothing wrong with that.
Invite change. Admission to a rehab in Thailand might seem challenging, so be prepared to open up to a different side of yourself, spiritually and emotionally, that you may not be very familiar with.
Admission to an addiction treatment center requires you put your heart into it and deeply desire the change it will bring, even if it means letting go of your old ways of dealing with life in a new way.
Expect that there will be stretches of time at the treatment center when you will feel sad or alone, and keep in mind that faith in your own healing will give you the positivity to overcome these feelings.
Remember to keep your expectations in check. While you’ve made a great decision to overhaul your life and kick your addiction, the rehabilitation process can be gradual and can often seem quite daunting.
“There is no Judgement from anyone at Miracles Asia “
“There is no Judgement from anyone at Miracles Asia but they did wake me up to my responsibilities. I feel human again ready to join life on life’s terms, come what may I’m ready.”
Bridgetan living in Singapore (From United Kingdom)
“Thank you Miracles!”
“I drank every day. I drank to relieve stress, to celebrate, to forget about my annoying ex, to forget about my loneliness. At a party, I drank so I’d feel less awkward. Around my good friends I drank to have more fun. When I felt that I didn’t belong anywhere in this world, I drank. I couldn’t go 2 days without drinking. The moment I woke up, I’d be worried how much I’d end up drinking that day. I would promise myself I’d stop with only 2 glasses and I could not keep that promise every day. Now I have tools and relief. I feel a lot of love…for my daughter, my dog, my parents, sisters, and friends – even for my enemies. I don’t feel jealousy towards other people like I used to feel. I feel that I’m slowly discovering who I am, and becoming more accepting of myself. I’m not ashamed of me, and I am good just as I am. Thank you Miracles!”
Blair living in HongKong
“It changed me”
“I was worried at first as I had never been to a rehab before but I really enjoyed my stay and treatment with Miracles. I felt safe and could practice new coping skills and had the time and the ability to reflect on my emotions, triggers, and old behaviour patterns. It changed me.”
Paul living in United Kingdom
“I owe my life to Miracles Asia”
“I owe my life to Miracles Asia. It changed my life. I am happy to say I am still sober and apply the tools I learned here every day!”
Justin living in New Zeland
“We are forever grateful to Miracles Asia”
“Our family had given up on our daughter. She was alone without support really with all the damage she had done to us and herself. Wehn Mark spoke with us he wasn’t in a hurry and he understood me and our situation. He was genuinely concerned for my daughter and me. We booked her flight as soon as we could. I am so happy to report that the therapy and stay were just as Mark told us – I can breathe again knowing she is on a new path that has changed her life in just about every way imaginable. We are forever grateful to Miracles Asia.”
Peter & Mary living in United Kingdom