Calm Rehab

Umalas, Bali, Indonesia

Combining Western treatment standards and the peaceful setting of Bali, Calm aims to provide long-lasting change for those with alcohol and drug-related issues.


Island, Tropical


$9,450+ per month


30–90 days

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About Calm Rehab

Calm Rehab offers evidence-based and holistic treatment with various therapies and luxury resort-like amenities in Bali. A residential program delivered by professionals from around the world, Calm Rehab helps people heal and find a better life.

Center Overview

  • Founded


  • Occupancy


  • Languages



  • Who We Treat

    Men and Women



  • Substance Abuse

  • Alcohol

  • Heroin, Opioids


  • Group Therapy

  • Halal

  • Holistic

  • On-site Detox


  • 1-on-1 Counseling

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Art Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

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What We Treat

  • Substance Abuse

  • Alcohol

  • Heroin, Opioids

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  • Follow-up Sessions (in-person)

  • Outpatient Treatment

  • Support Meetings

  • Ability to Call a Counselor

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Special Considerations

  • Flexible technology policies

  • Halal

  • Other dietary needs (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc.)

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Personal & In-Room Amenities

  • Gourmet Dining

  • Internet Access

  • Library

  • Outdoor Lounge

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  • AA/NA Meetings

  • Massage

  • Movies

  • Physical Fitness

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Elle Dent

Loved One of a Former Client

My fiancé admitted himself to Calm Rehab for alcohol recovery, on Sunday 21st April 2019, after ongoing pressure from his AA sponsor Dexter who works for Calm. It was later confirmed by Reshie the external Psychologist for Calm, that all staff gets a kick-back for clients they bring in. On Tuesday morning around 10:30 my fiancé was found dead by suicide/ hanging in his bathroom. This was with the door open and in-between meetings; after he had informed staff member Simon, during a group session that he was depressed and miserable. He had also asked to be released to return home on Monday before but was denied. Dexter had guaranteed us both that he would be in a safe place, under 24-hour, and on suicide watch. This was clearly not the case. Our villa was broken into the previous night by a relapsed junkie (house keys provided by Calm) knowing I was out and personal items taken from our home. This included a duffle bag infused with the rope used to hang himself. The suitcase taken was not screened and Christian was allowed to keep this duffle bag (with rope) in his bedroom. Reshie informed me of his behavior and condition at entry being paranoid, delusional and irrational, making no sense and not thinking clearly. I am disappointed that a little over 48 hours after entry he was not watched carefully and see this as a case of gross negligence (a conscious and voluntary disregard of the need to use reasonable care, which is likely to cause foreseeable grave injury or harm to a person.)

When visiting the rehab facility on the Friday after my questions by text were being ignored, I was escorted out by security and told I was not welcomed. I requested to see documents of facility licensing, staff qualifications, etc but denied all. I am also unaware of how much valium they gave him on the morning of his death as this might have affected his state of mind or caused him to go into withdrawal and delirium tremens, causing much anxiety which he was suffering from already. I was informed the first 72 hours are crucial to survival and do not believe he was given the correct care.

The ExPat staff are ex rehab addicts themselves. The owners have no experience in Mental Health - they are Real Estate Agents. According to the website, there is a Doctor on facility 24/7, not sure who this is exactly? I did not meet him and don't believe there is one. Not one staff member has a PHD - who is the Doctor they refer to on website?

I was given 5 different versions of the death from different Calm staff that week- including a patient at the scene who contacted me. I was told by two different staff that they carried out the CPR, when I questioned this was told they both did. When I asked the Psychologist (one of the two carrying out CPR) if the other person Simon was qualified in CPR, he said: "I don't know."

Please read the media articles about his death to realize he was not given the care promised. There are NO cameras on site so unsure what the "24-hour surveillance" I was guaranteed entails?

I was also told my partner was found hanging in the shower.

Media images show a bath in bathroom and hanging off the door handle on outside of the door- in view by the Nurse who walked passed the bedroom three times ignoring the suspicions she encountered - according to Bali news.

I requested an Autopsy before his cremation and was denied. I was informed that the cause of death was suicide and no autopsy was needed. I will never know how he was medicated that morning.

I have no doubt my partner was struggling and had suicidal thoughts, which was why we were coerced by his sponsor to send him to Calm where he would be given "the best treatment and prevent him from taking his own life." I believe it might have been a cry for help that was neglected. Who would admit themselves to a care facility and attempt suicide at 10:30 AM with the doors open, knowing staff are walking past regularly? I am gravely disappointed in the care offered, I question the legitimacy of the staff and would hate this to happen to your loved one.

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