The Cabin Addiction Services Group
A Global Leader in Specialized Addiction Treatment
The Cabin Group’s Addiction Rehabs
The Cabin Addiction Services Group is a leading provider of premium addiction treatment services with residential and outpatient rehabs and affiliated services around the world. Headquartered in Chiang Mai, Thailand, The Cabin Group is widely recognised as being at the forefront of addiction treatment, by both the international behavioural health community and the media.
The Cabin specialises in treating both substance and behavioural addictions using a pioneering treatment model called Recovery Zones. It was developed to treat the wide spectrum of issues addicts face – some may have deep traumas that need addressing, some are addicted to multiple drugs or processes, while others may have co-occurring mental health problems.
The Cabin philosophy is to use all the effective and evidence-based treatment methods available – and Recovery Zones provides the framework for that. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, 12 Steps and EMDR are all used in our treatment settings according to which model works best for each client.
This model – which has been independently verified to be more effective than conventional addiction treatment methods and yields a 96% programme completion rate – is used across all The Cabin addiction treatment centres, which include:
The Cabin Foundation
In addition, The Cabin Group is heavily involved in addiction research, attending and presenting at key conferences worldwide. It also actively supports several nonprofit organizations and governments in the Asia-Pacific region in their efforts to combat addiction, through training and guidance. To ensure continuity in addressing addiction issues in Thailand, the Group has established a foundation.
The Cabin Foundation is a nonprofit organisation whose mission is to raise awareness about addiction problems in Thailand and to provide education, training and support to those working or studying in the field of addiction treatment. The Foundation also works closely with governmental bodies and local authorities in an effort to create a positive environment for individuals suffering from addiction. Its ultimate goal is to ensure that addicts are treated with compassion and understanding, and have access to the most effective treatment model; especially those who are less fortunate.