A Beacon Of Light,

Offering Hope and Recovery 

Lighthouse Bali Rehab
Lighthouse Bali Rehab

Individual Rehabilitation Treatment

 The Lighthouse Bali Recovery Center is a dedicated one-on-one recovery program.
The program is tailor-made and customized to fit your individual needs.
Discover yourself in the comfort and privacy of a pool villa in Bali close to the beach.

The Lighthouse Bali offers private, one-on-one, alcohol and drug addiction treatment for those seeking a custom recovery program. We utilize a proven and comprehensive approach with dedicated and internationally certified specialists – your recovery program is complemented by being surrounded by the natural beauty of Bali. You will receive individualized care specifically designed for you. We want to help you connect and identify with your strengths while we guide you through a long-lasting recovery process. 

The Lighthouse Bali offers a custom recovery program because you are unique and so is your addiction.

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About Us

Our team is comprised of clinical psychologists, licensed therapists,  international and local counselors, educators and recovery coaches.
Our team understands the true nature of addiction, the joys of recovery and together they share over 50 years of sobriety.

There are no group sessions because it is vital that you feel connected in all of your one-on-one interactions and recovery therapies.
One advantage of individual treatment is that we can adjust the program to best fit your recovery goals and needs.
Your program will be tailored around you, not a group, which will create an effective recovery program for you.

Our team is a close knit group that works with each other to provide an customized program, just for you.
Before your  arrival we discuss and select the best suited counselors, therapists, and recovery coaches  for your needs.

Our Mission

At The Lighthouse Bali, our mission is to help those affected by alcoholism and chemical dependency to understand and embrace a new way of life. We aim to achieve this by providing a comfortable and serene environment through which your tailored program promotes self-worth, acceptance, and personal responsibility. We will help you create a new design for living though which  you can achieve a fulfilling and free life. 

The Lighthouse Bali is not only a private recovery treatment center; we are also operate a charitable organisation which participates in community outreach programs. Our organization supports and sponsors recovering addicts, and provides community workshops that detail the realities of alcoholism and substance abuse within Indonesia.

Our comprehensive approach provides you with...

Balance

We provide a balanced program of recovery that addresses the three facets of the addiction –mind, body, and spirit. We will help you develop a balanced lifestyle.

Wellness

We believe that a wellness program is vital to long lasting recovery. We offer a full range from yoga and art therapy to acupuncture and breathing exercises.

Care

We offer you the highest level of care that is possible in recovery. You will have a one-on-one recovery coach or support staff with you 24 hours of the day. 

Nutrition

You will meet with our nutritionist weekly and create a meal plan that is healthy and sustainable long term. This is important for long lasting recovery.

Relaxation

Our program includes massages, walks on the beach, swimming, and a variety of other relaxing wellness sessions. We want you to discover yourself in a serene environment.

Exercise

You will customize an exercise routine with our personal trainer to suit your specific fitness level and needs. This could be water assisted pool training, to a traditional gym workout.

Focus

Our professional therapists and wellness director will help you  heal from the stresses and traumas which have been building in your life and leave you feeling refreshed and refocused.

Lasting

We create a balanced program specifically for your long term needs and goals. This allows you to develop a new design for living which is both fulfilling, enjoyable and long lasting.

Contact us now for a confidential discussion.

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Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult. You have to overcome physical withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and mental roadblocks in order to get sober. The path to sobriety isn’t easy, and it doesn’t get any easier the more times you tread it.

Unfortunately, many recovering addicts and alcoholics tread the path several times – sometimes due to a few ‘false starts’ and for others, they get sober and relapse much further down the line. There are also those who repeatedly get sober and repeatedly relapse after a certain period of time, again and again.

Whether you have continued to stay clean and sober or have had trouble staying on track, it is important to get back to basics as we enter a second lockdown and restrictions.

Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult. You have to overcome physical withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and mental roadblocks in order to get sober. The path to sobriety isn’t easy, and it doesn’t get any easier the more times you tread it.

Unfortunately, many recovering addicts and alcoholics tread the path several times – sometimes due to a few ‘false starts’ and for others, they get sober and relapse much further down the line. There are also those who repeatedly get sober and repeatedly relapse after a certain period of time, again and again.

Whether you have continued to stay clean and sober or have had trouble staying on track, it is important to get back to basics as we enter a second lockdown and restrictions.

Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult. You have to overcome physical withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and mental roadblocks in order to get sober. The path to sobriety isn’t easy, and it doesn’t get any easier the more times you tread it.

Unfortunately, many recovering addicts and alcoholics tread the path several times – sometimes due to a few ‘false starts’ and for others, they get sober and relapse much further down the line. There are also those who repeatedly get sober and repeatedly relapse after a certain period of time, again and again.

Whether you have continued to stay clean and sober or have had trouble staying on track, it is important to get back to basics as we enter a second lockdown and restrictions.

Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction can be difficult. You have to overcome physical withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and mental roadblocks in order to get sober. The path to sobriety isn’t easy, and it doesn’t get any easier the more times you tread it.

Unfortunately, many recovering addicts and alcoholics tread the path several times – sometimes due to a few ‘false starts’ and for others, they get sober and relapse much further down the line. There are also those who repeatedly get sober and repeatedly relapse after a certain period of time, again and again.

Whether you have continued to stay clean and sober or have had trouble staying on track, it is important to get back to basics as we enter a second lockdown and restrictions.

As many people around the world enter into a second lockdown period, we want to remind those in recovery about how to stay connected and focused on recovery during these challenging times.

Whether you have continued to stay clean and sober or have had trouble staying on track, it is important to get back to basics as we enter a second lockdown and restrictions.

Crack cocaine is a hard, mineral-like substance with an off-white tint. It is most often smoked through a glass pipe (often called a stem or rose because they are sold with a rose inside of them) and inhaled, though some people use soda cans or aluminum foil to heat it.
Crack is made by mixing the powder form of cocaine with water and another substance, usually baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) or ammonia. This mixture is then boiled and a solid substance forms which is then cooled and broken into smaller pieces or “rocks” known as crack cocaine

For those in active addiction, the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated issues or forced hidden issues to light, while making some addiction treatment services difficult to access. For those people living in recovery from addiction, COVID-19 quarantines and isolation have made recovery difficult, cutting them off from connection, meetings or supportive services.
 
It is vital that those in early sobriety, or those already in recovery, create awareness of many of the potential relapse triggers that are taking place due to COVID-19 and this second wave of lockdowns. If you are in recovery, act now and find solutions to potential triggers before they happen.

Lysergic acid diethylamide, commonly referred to as “LSD” or “acid,” is a psychedelic hallucinogen that produces changes in perception, sense of time and space and emotions. LSD is active at very small doses (around 20 micrograms). The drug is most commonly taken orally, in the form of tablets, droplets, or most commonly blotter paper that is absorbed on the tongue and swallowed.
Although LSD is considered to be a non-addictive drug, users often become addicted to the sights, sounds, and revelations they experience while under the influence, also called “tripping.” Users can develop both a tolerance and a psychological dependence to psychedelic drugs like LSD. There have been documented cases of prolonged, intense use causing negative side effects such as paranoia or psychosis.

Ecstasy is the street name for a version of MDMA, chemically known as methylenedioxy-methamphetamine. It is an illegal, synthetic drug classified as a stimulant with potentially hallucinogenic properties. Molly is another name for MDMA. Both ecstasy and molly are made from MDMA, but ecstasy is used to describe a ‘designer’ version in pill or tablet form, while molly is the name used for the white powder or crystal-like substance.
Although molly is marketed as a pure form of MDMA, because it is a white powder there is no way to tell if it is actually pure or if it has been ‘cut’ (mixed with) other substances, which can commonly include:

Cocaine
LSD
Heroin
Amphetamine
Caffeine
Rat poison

Alcohol is a legal, controlled substance that lowers anxiety and inhibitions. It also has a broad range of side effects, from loss of coordination to slurred speech. Not everyone who drinks is an alcoholic, but anyone whose life is negatively affected by alcohol on a consistent basis is considered to have an alcohol use disorder. Alcohol is commonly consumed as a drink in various forms, including beer, wine and hard liquor.

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