Why New Zealanders find effective and affordable rehab treatment for drug addiction at The Cabin Chiang Mai
So far no country has been able to escape the damaging effects of drug abuse and addiction, including New Zealand. Whether it is illicit drugs or legal prescription drugs, there are punishing and far-reaching effects on the user, their family and the overall community. Regardless of the blatant health risks and dangers of drug use, New Zealanders continue to risk their lives and health experimenting with drugs.
For instance, New Zealand leads the world in the use of several major drugs. The estimated cost of illicit drug use to the New Zealand community is estimated to be over $1.4 billion dollars a year, and this figure does not take into account the cost of the misuse of legal drugs. These figures aside, the immeasurable harm it inflicts on users, their family and friends and the community, including the deaths and disability that result from drug abuse are nothing but a national tragedy.
Why Do New Zealanders come to The Cabin?
When it comes to addiction treatment, New Zealanders are given the choice of insurance-financed treatment in a hospital / psychiatric environment where they are commonly placed with individuals suffering mental illnesses not relevant to addiction such as schizophrenia, or free government-funded treatment with long waiting lists and a patient group often including unmotivated court-ordered addicts. In addition, the emphasis in New Zealand on out-patient addiction treatment, even in private settings, is one which denies the client the space to escape the triggers of their immediate environment.
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