This page gives you a brief overview of what your treatment journey will look like at The Beekeeper House. We hope it provides you with the information you need, but if you have any further questions for us, you can contact us, and we will happily answer any questions that you might have.
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When you make the conscious decision to seek help for a pattern of problematic addictive behaviour and underlying mental health conditions, it can offer you a sense of hope and of liberation. One important step for directing and sustaining the energy of this decision is to understand what your recovery process will look like. There are many choices for how to engage in recovery, and the more you know about your programme, the greater your opportunity to have a fulfilling and successful treatment course.
The Beekeeper House was established to provide the most comprehensive treatment available for co-occurring disorders —the co-existence of substance use disorders (or other addictions) with mental health conditions. Using evidence-based mental health approaches alongside time-honoured Eastern healing traditions, The Beekeeper House offers flexible, diverse treatment approaches for co-occurring disorders that meet your unique needs.
Connect With Our Team
Once you have made the decision to make contact with the team at Beekeeper House, we will connect you to our admissions team. During this process we will conduct a preliminary assessment of your needs and ensure we are best placed to meet those needs.
We are committed to making sure we are the right place for you to receive the support and help that you deserve. On rare occasions, we might feel that we need to refer you to another partner organisation who can better address your needs.
If we mutually agree we are the right place, this initial assessment will help us start the foundation of your journey with us, and we can then begin the planning of your arrival. Our admissions team will serve as a critical, caring and ongoing point of contact for you. The preliminary assessment will underpin your initial assessment which is undertaken when you arrive and is more expansive in nature.
laying the groundwork
The initial assessment will build upon the preliminary assessment, which is conducted by phone or videoconference before your arrival at the centre. The beginning of your on-site treatment journey will consist of a comprehensive evaluation by a team that includes a physician and a therapist. Together, they will help you evaluate your body’s needs and chart the best approach for your emotional and spiritual healing.
Before your arrival at The Beekeeper House, our physician will work with you, as well as a physician at our partner hospital, to determine your needs for medical detoxification. Most needs for detoxification can be managed at the Beekeeper’s “The Warmth” partner facility, a fully licensed detox center located near our main site. If you require a more extensive detox, the Beekeeper staff will arrange for your transport to our partner hospital in Chiang Mai. Following your safe detoxification there, you’ll be able to return to The Beekeeper House to participate in its extensive recovery programmes.
The Work Begins
The Beekeeper House works with its partner detox centre, The Warmth, which is located near our main centre. The Warmth is one of the very few fully licensed and accredited Rehabilitation Centres in Thailand. All of our clients will go through this centre and be fully medically evaluated and cleared before being transferred to The Beekeeper House. A client’s stay at The Warmth is determined by our Medical Director and will be dependent on each individual’s specific needs. This can vary from one night to a longer stay, depending on individual circumstances and requirements.
The Beekeeper House is the centre where our residential programme is situated. The centre is set in stunning gardens that we have landscaped and designed with recovery and restoration in mind. Each part of the centre has been carefully designed around our clients needs in order to create a safe and enabling environment, to ensure they are able to enjoy the serenity of the mountains and forest, but also able to access the amenities of the city. This includes award winning medical care at our partner hospital Bangkok Hospital in Chiang Mai, and a wide array of activities to keep one busy during downtime.
The Beekeeper House is where much of the work begins, however when an individual leaves our care there's still more work to be done to ensure our clients are able to safely and happily continue their journey in life & thrive. Much of the preparatory work is undertaken whilst the client is at The Beekeeper House, however, support and aftercare are a critical component to ensuring success when bridging the gap back into life after being part of the residential programme. We offer ongoing support both in Chiang Mai for those who wish to remain here after their stay, as well as links to our global networks of support.
Please feel free to contact us if you require any further information about our service.