Thailand Drug Addiction Alcohol Abuse Smoking Digital Recovery Programs Launched

Rehabs Thailand has launched an online resource to help addicts choose their recovery path. The organization offers a wide range of digital recovery programs to help people get sober from the comfort of their own homes.

London, United Kingdom - September 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation resource Rehabs Thailand has launched digital recovery programs to help people suffering from drug, alcohol, and smoking addictions. The organization specializes in offering an evidence-based system that’s backed by solid references to help people overcome their addictions.

More information can be found by visiting: http://www.rehabsthailand.com/digital-recovery

Rehabs Thailand offers addicts support and resources to help them decide which rehab facility to attend in Thailand. They also offer a range of online resources and programs to help people recover from their addictions digitally.

The team at Rehabs Thailand knows how hard recovery can be, and that it’s different for everyone. For those who would prefer going the digital rehab route, the organization’s website offers a wide selection of online resources for digital recovery.

One online resource is the Truth of Addiction Free Addiction Presentation, which is a virtual presentation that offers participants some unusual, interesting, evidence-based methods to eliminate addiction.

Another program is the Sobriety Success Method, which is an online seminar to help people suffering from alcohol abuse to get sober from the comfort of their own home. Similar to the Sobriety Success Method, there’s the 7 Days Drink Less Program, which helps alcohol addicts take control of their drinking habits in just 7 days.

Other digital recovery programs include The Manifestation Miracle, The Truth About Hypnosis, the Nuerovector Organic Brainwave Synchroniser, Food Health & You, and the Alkaline Diet Program.

For people interested in attending a rehab facility in the Chiang Mai area, Rehabs Thailand can take interested patients on a day trip to visit their top three choices to help them make the decision about which facility is most fitting for their specific needs and requirements.

The team is knowledgeable about local facilities and is happy to provide a consultation with potential patients that will help them determine the next step in their recovery process. Interested parties can find more information and sign up for the various digital recovery programs at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Sales
Email: Send Email
Organization: SAW Solutions Group
Address: 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, England N1 7GU, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.rehabsthailand.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88920178

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