24 Longships Dr, Plettenberg Bay,Western Cape, 6600, South Africa
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Bethesda Drug Rehabilitation Centre 

Bethesda Addictions Treatment Centre:

An exclusive, private yet affordable Drug Rehabilitation Centre situated in Plettenberg Bay on South Africa’s beautiful Garden Route. We provide a holistic drug rehab programme for people around the world with substance abuse issues. Our residential treatment programme incorporates proven helpful life lessons applicable to both our clients and their families. In this way, the addiction is treated and a stable foundation is laid for successful on-going rehabilitation and recovery.
Bethesda is unique by virtue of its first-class quality, realistic fees, on-going aftercare programmes, unique depths of counselling experience from a team that has worked together since 2005, and the long-term relationships that we develop with our clients and their families. Our passionate and experienced Addiction Specialists, Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Social Worker maintain a family focus, offering regular updates on the progress of their loved ones and guidance for the road ahead.


We Treat

Bethesda Drug Rehabilitation Centre currently cater for the following substance abuse treatments. Bethesda Recovery is proudly a leading drug rehab in South Africa.

Accepted Medical Aids

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Drug Treatment Centre in South Africa

Colin and Deanna Garnett’s ‘Bethesda’s Residential Treatment Program’ founded in 2005 has become an extremely successful and Internationally sought after Clinic for all types of addiction treatment.
However, because not everyone can make it to our facility, in his ‘spare time’ Colin has continued his war on addictions and would like to now offer you the opportunity of downloading our very successful program onto your computer and using it as your own Valley of Addiction Home Help Intervention Program.
From an idea born in 2003, as of May 1st 2018, Colin now delivers Private Clinical Treatment to every level of society.

Take a look at www.ehabb4rehab.co.uk – at last, something not too good to be true.

Drug Rehabilitation Centres

Bethesda Recovery, one of the leading Drug Rehabilitation Centres in South Africa which aims at enabling patients to cease their substance abuse patterns in order to avoid all of the harmful physical, psychological, social, legal and financial consequences that come with it. Holistic approaches are most effective.

What is substance abuse?

Substance abuse is the consistent patterned use of a particular substance which causes harm to the user themselves and/or others such as family and friends. These substances are most often not used for medical reasons although in some cases the abuse can begin in this manner.

Substances most associated with substance abuse include alcohol, amphetamines (meth/tik), barbiturates (sedative and sleeping pills), cocaine, methaqualone (mandrax) and opioids (painkillers such as morphine).

Abuse of these substances mostly leads to physical, psychological and social harm. Not only this, but substance abusers are more likely to face criminal penalty as they can be involved in further criminal activity whilst under the influence of the particular substance.

Substance abuse in South Africa

The current socio-economic transitional state of South Africa has allowed substance abuse to flourish. There has been a swift decline in cultural and family values as well as high rates of unemployment which have particularly contributed to substance abuse. This is particularly true amongst youngsters seeking an outlet or escape. Cheap “hybrid” drugs such as whoonga/nyaope (mixture of marijuana, heroin and antiretrovirals) have only added fuel to the fire. Here are a few scary statistics.

  • Substance abuse in South Africa is twice the world norm
  • 15% of South Africa’s population has a substance abuse problem
  • Nationally, 60% of crimes are drug related

The increased number of South African drug mules that have made international news recently has highlighted this drug problem.