Why Bangladeshis find effective and affordable rehab treatment for drug addiction at The Cabin Chiang Mai
Drug Rehab in Arabic language للمخدرات في الشرق الأوسط
According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), most drug users in Bangladesh range from 18 to 30 years old and are predominantly men. The exact number of drug users, however, is hard to pin down, but it is estimated that there are over 6 million people in the country who abuse and/or are dependent upon illicit drugs.
Nestled between the Golden Crescent (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran) and the Golden Triangle (Laos, Myanmar, Thailand) and sitting next to India, it is no wonder that Bangladesh is suffering from the illegal opium and heroin trade. These countries are the world’s largest opium producers and exporters, which leads the illicit drugs to surrounding countries by default.
According to the Department of Narcotics Control (DNC), heroin is the deadliest of drugs abused in the country, but cough syrup with codeine is the most widely abused, due to its availability and low price. In recent years, Yaba (a type of methamphetamine) has become quite ‘fashionable’ despite the very addictive qualities and dangerous properties.
The poverty stricken areas of Bangladesh encourage drug abuse as a way of coping with life on the streets, and a study conducted by the Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition (JHPN) found that 56.1% of all drug users are either students or unemployed. Other reasons for taking drugs include peer pressure, emotional stress due to issues with lovers or family members, and of course mental illness.
But while it is clear that addiction does run wild in Bangladesh, appropriate treatment facilities are much harder to find. There are several hospitals that offer detoxification and outpatient services, but a full-time residential programme is hard to come by.
Why The Cabin is the right choice for Bangladeshis
Long-term residential treatment facilities have been proven to offer higher success rates than outpatient services. Located near the rolling green mountains of Northern Thailand, The Cabin Chiang Mai boasts Western-trained clinicians and long-term programmes that are culturally sensitive and completely anonymous.
Because the stigma of addiction is still strong in Bangladesh, especially in the upper classes, anonymity is incredibly important. By attending The Cabin, Bangladeshis can escape their everyday surroundings, and take ‘a vacation’ to one of the most-travelled areas of the world – and return to Bangladesh with a completely new outlook on life.
The Cabin Chiang Mai incorporates beautiful accommodation in private Thai-style bungalows along the picturesque Ping River. While a personalised treatment programme ensures all clients have access to the tools needed to make a full and successful recovery – these factors make The Cabin a popular option for Bangladeshis seeking addiction treatment.
The Cabin Chiang Mai offers treatment in both English and Arabic
The Cabin Chiang Mai offers world-class addiction treatment in both English and Arabic. Those clients seeking treatment in English attend our highly regarded and effective western programme. The programme is culturally sensitive and ensures confidentiality and complete privacy. Our expert western-trained counsellors work with some of Thailand’s best medical staff to ensure the highest level of treatment possible for all clients.
The same high standards apply to our Arabic language programme. Staffed by native Arabic speakers, the programme follows the same high standards of treatment and adheres to the strictest levels of privacy and confidentiality. The programme is culturally sensitive, family inclusive and offers Halal food and other culturally appropriate options.
Both centres offer comfortable accommodations consisting of private Thai-style bungalows, set amongst a luscious tropical garden along the famous Ping River. Chiang Mai is one of the world’s most-travelled tourist destinations, and all clients will have the opportunity to explore the magical city during their stay. It’s not hard to see why more and more Middle East people are choosing The Cabin for their rehabilitation treatment.
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