Frequently asked Questions

Below you will find answers to the most common questions we get asked. If you have a question that isn’t listed here feel free to contact us.

After completing the treatment programme, clients at Yayasan Kasih Karunia Bali engage in several counselling and recovery tool sessions to help them transition back into their home environment. During these sessions, they create short-term and long-term plans, participate in relapse prevention sessions, and work with their counsellor to develop coping skills. An exit strategy is also created between the client and counselor. The plan is designed to structure the client’s time once they return home, helping them implement healthy tools they established during treatment such as exercise, healthy eating, and community recovery support. Additionally, we offer continuous counselling sessions with clients via WhatsApp, email, and phone.

Our counsellors are available 24/7 to provide counselling to our clients whenever and wherever they need it.

In addition to counselling, the rehab centre can offer a range of programmes and services to support clients in their recovery. Some of these programmes may include:

  1. Detoxification: This programme involves a medically monitored detox to help clients safely manage withdrawal symptoms and begin the recovery process.

  2. Group therapy: Group therapy provides a supportive environment where clients can share their experiences with others who have gone through similar experiences. This can help clients feel less isolated and provide a sense of community.

  3. Individual therapy: One-on-one therapy allows clients to address specific issues related to their addiction in a private setting.

  4. Family therapy: Family therapy helps clients and their loved ones better understand and support each other during the recovery process.

  5. Holistic therapies: holistic therapies such as yoga, meditation, art therapy, or acupuncture can help clients manage stress, promote relaxation, and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

  6. Life skills training: Life skills training programmes teach clients essential life skills, such as financial management, healthy eating, job hunting, and communication skills, to help them better manage their lives and support their recovery.

  7. Aftercare planning: Aftercare planning helps clients prepare for life after treatment, providing guidance on how to maintain sobriety and offering resources to help clients stay on track.

By offering a range of programmes and services, rehab centres can provide clients with the support they need to overcome their addiction and achieve lasting recovery.

The rehab centre can be an excellent place for individuals struggling with addiction to seek help and support. By enrolling in a rehabilitation programme, individuals can receive professional and specialised treatment to overcome their addiction and establish a sustainable recovery plan. We offer various resources and services, such as therapy sessions, counselling, support groups, detox programmes, and aftercare planning, which are all designed to meet the unique needs of each client. Additionally, we provide a safe and structured environment, free from triggers and stressors that can lead to relapse. The experience of being in our rehab centre can help individuals learn how to cope with their addiction, develop healthy habits, and build a strong support system to assist them in their recovery journey.

In general, anyone who is struggling with addiction or other mental health issues can join the rehab centre. However, the specific requirements and eligibility criteria may vary depending on the type of programme needed. We check on specific age, gender, or medical requirements and discuss the programme to suit your needs.

In general, to join the rehab centre, individuals should be willing to commit to the programme and participate fully in the treatment process. They should also be willing to follow the rules and guidelines of our centre and work collaboratively with the treatment team.

It is important to note that joining the rehab centre can be a life-changing decision and may require a significant commitment of time and resources. However, the benefits of our rehab, including the opportunity to overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery, can be invaluable for individuals and their loved ones.

The process of rehab may vary depending on the specific rehab centre and type of programme you have joined, but here are some common steps that are typically involved:

Assessment and evaluation: Upon admission, you will typically undergo a comprehensive assessment and evaluation process to determine the appropriate level of care and develop an individualised treatment plan.

  1. Detoxification: If you are addicted to drugs or alcohol, you may need to undergo a detoxification process to rid your body of the substance. This is typically done under medical supervision and may involve medications to manage withdrawal symptoms.

  2. Therapy and counselling: Therapy and counselling are typically key components of rehab and may include individual, group, and family therapy. These sessions are designed to help you address the underlying causes of addiction and develop healthy coping skills.

  3. Medication-assisted treatment: If appropriate, your treatment plan may include medication-assisted treatment to manage cravings and other symptoms related to addiction.

  4. Support groups: Support groups, such as 12-step groups, are often a key component of rehab and provide a sense of community and connection with others who are going through similar experiences.

  5. Holistic therapies: Some rehab centres may offer holistic therapies, such as yoga, meditation, or acupuncture, which can help manage stress, promote relaxation, and develop healthy coping mechanisms.

  6. Aftercare planning: Towards the end of your programme, you will typically work with your treatment team to develop an aftercare plan that includes ongoing support and resources to help maintain your sobriety and prevent relapse.

The rehab process is designed to provide individuals with the resources and support they need to overcome addiction and establish healthy habits that support their ongoing recovery. The length of the programme may vary depending on the individual’s needs, and ongoing support and aftercare are typically key parts of the process.

Whether or not you share a room at the rehab centre may depend on the specific facility and programme. We offer private rooms and shared rooms. In general, shared rooms are more common in residential or inpatient rehab programmes where individuals are staying at the facility for an extended period of time.

Sharing a room can have both benefits and drawbacks. On the positive side, it can provide a sense of community and support, as well as an opportunity to connect with others who are going through similar experiences. It can also help individuals develop social skills and build relationships.

On the other hand, sharing a room can also present some challenges. For example, it can be difficult to get privacy or quiet time, and conflicts may arise if individuals have different schedules or preferences. Some individuals may feel uncomfortable sharing personal space with someone they do not know well. We offer individual rooms and private facilities.

If you have specific preferences regarding room arrangements, it is important to discuss them with us during the admissions process.

Ultimately, the goal is to create a safe and supportive environment that is conducive to healing and recovery, regardless of the room arrangements.

The process of joining our rehab centre may vary depending on the specific facility and type of programme you are interested in. Here are some general steps to follow:

  1. Research and choose a rehab centre that aligns with your needs and goals. You can use online resources or seek recommendations from healthcare professionals, support groups, or friends and family.

  2. Contact the rehab centre to learn more about their programmes, services, and admission process. Some centres may require an initial assessment or intake evaluation to determine if the programme is a good fit for you.

  3. Provide your medical and addiction history, including any medications you are taking, and other relevant information, such as your insurance coverage, if applicable.

  4. Complete the necessary paperwork and make any required payments. You may also need to provide personal identification and sign a consent form.

  5. Prepare for admission, including making arrangements for transportation to the centre and packing any necessary items as directed by the centre.

It is important to note that joining a rehab centre can be a life-changing decision and may require a significant commitment of time and resources. It is important to take the time to research your options, ask questions, and find a centre that meets your unique needs and goals. Additionally, rehab centres can offer support and resources for families and loved ones to help them understand the process and provide ongoing support throughout the recovery journey.

Here are the recovery tools offered by the rehab centre:

  • Therapy and counselling to address emotional and psychological issues related to addiction.
  • Medication-assisted treatment to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
  • Support groups to provide a sense of community and connection with others in similar situations.
  • Life skills training to teach essential skills, such as financial management, healthy eating, and job hunting.
  • Holistic therapies, including yoga, meditation, and art therapy, can help manage stress and develop healthy coping mechanisms.
  • Relapse prevention programmes to help individuals recognise triggers and manage cravings.
  • Aftercare planning is to provide guidance on how to transition back into daily life while maintaining sobriety.

These recovery tools are designed to provide individuals with the resources and support they need to overcome addiction and establish a sustainable recovery plan.

SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) is a programmeme offered in our rehab centre as part of their addiction treatment ram. The programme is based on cognitive-behavioural therapy and aims to help individuals overcome addiction by developing self-reliance and empowerment.

The SMART programme focuses on four key areas: motivation, coping with urges, managing thoughts and behaviours, and living a balanced life. In each of these areas, the programme provides specific tools and techniques to help individuals manage their addiction and maintain long-term recovery.

One of the key features of the SMART programme is the use of a four-point system that helps individuals develop a balanced and healthy lifestyle. The four points are:

  1. Building and maintaining motivation: Individuals learn how to identify their reasons for wanting to overcome addiction and how to stay motivated throughout the recovery process.
  2. Coping with urges: Individuals learn how to manage and cope with cravings and urges to use substances.
  3. Managing thoughts, feelings, and behaviours: Individuals learn how to identify and manage negative thoughts and behaviours that may contribute to addiction.
  4. Living a balanced life: Individuals learn how to develop a healthy and balanced lifestyle by incorporating activities and practices that promote physical and emotional well-being.


The SMART programme also emphasises the importance of peer support, encouraging individuals to attend support group meetings and build connections with others who are also in recovery.

Overall, the SMART programme is designed to help individuals develop the skills and tools they need to overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery.

Aftercare is an important component of addiction treatment and can help individuals maintain their recovery and prevent relapse once they leave a rehab center. In summary, aftercare can include:

  1. Ongoing counselling and therapy sessions to provide ongoing support and address any challenges that arise after treatment.
  2. Participation in support groups, such as 12-step groups or other peer support groups,
  3. Access to alumni networks, providing opportunities for individuals to connect with peers who have gone through similar experiences and offer support to one another.
  4. Referral to local resources, such as community support groups and other services, to aid in the recovery process
  5. Continued development of healthy habits, such as regular exercise and healthy eating,
  6. Avoidance of triggers and situations that may contribute to relapse
  7. Regular check-ins with treatment providers are needed to monitor progress and make adjustments to treatment plans as needed.

Aftercare planning is typically part of the overall treatment programme and is designed to help individuals transition back into daily life while maintaining sobriety. By providing ongoing support and resources, aftercare can help individuals achieve lasting success in their journey towards a healthy and fulfilling life.

The program will work if we work on it , So if you keep on using the program in all areas in your life the program it self will expand and keep on growing . 

1 Narcotics law in Indonesia is one of the extra ordinary crime . 

2. Marijuana is still illegal in Indonesia . 

If you run into legal problems in Indonesia, the best step is to contact the embassy and find a lawyer to help resolve existing legal issues. 

Yes, because the program provided is a program that is sustainable and continues to develop according to the needs of each individual when he returns to society 

Creating healthier and more honest relationships with oneself and others, Providing quality time with loved ones. 

Bali has many holiday destinations that can make us appreciate nature and each other more, Bali has different holiday destinations in each region. Such as Ubud, Tanah Lot, Kintamani, Buleleng and many more. 

Activities outside the facility will be facilitated between the client and the counselor in accordance with what the client needs, such as yoga, gym, beach, etc. 

 By knowing what I want and what I need in living a better life according to what I need. 

1. Responsible for yourself and your family (work) 

2. Building a new, better/positive community 

3. Active in positive activities in the surrounding environment 

Yes, if the program is carried out and developed continuously according to the needs of each individual. 

1. Pursue dreams that are healthier and useful for yourself and others. 

2. Creating a healthy, safe and comfortable environment. 

3. Do healthy and positive activities. 

 Carry out and develop all the knowledge that has been obtained and become a better / useful person for yourself and others.