The Fix Adds Thai Rehab—And More—To Its Review

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The Fix Adds Thai Rehab—And More—To Its Review

By Hunter R. Slaton 06/27/13

We review three new Cali rehabs, including a "sober college" for young people, plus a luxury Asian facility.

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Today The Fix adds four brand-new reviews to its unique-in-the-industry Rehab Review, which surveys alumni of addiction treatment centers around the country—and the world—about what getting sober at their facility was like. Three of the new centers are in the treatment nexus of California, but each is unique: Summit Malibu is a very exclusive, seven-resident rehab perched above the Pacific Ocean, while AToN Center, in San Diego, encourages its clients to attend both AA and SMART Recovery meetings. The third Golden State center, Sober College, is for young people who want to continue in their studies while breaking free of their addiction. It also can address problem Internet or video-game usage. Finally, the fourth new facility to be reviewed is the far-flung Cabin Chiang Mai, a luxury rehab center in Thailand where British rocker Pete Doherty and American beauty blogger Cat Marnell have attended (some more successfully than others).

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