Imagine waking each day feeling healthy, at peace, and fully in control of your life. A discreet, stylish sanctuary in northern Thailand, Resort 12 offers a new global standard in addiction and trauma treatment exclusively for LGBT+ clients.

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CLIENT CARE

A NURTURING SANCTUARY DEDICATED TO RECOVERY

Resort 12’s ground-breaking treatment model combines a broad range of the most successful therapies in treating addiction and trauma, uniquely combined for each client’s specific needs and circumstances.

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Both Elton and I applaud the launch of this vital addiction treatment centre. RESORT 12 will be the first LGBT+-dedicated, destination rehab facility outside of America. We need more places like this to help address the specific needs of LGBT+ addicts globally.

David Furnish & Sir Elton John

ADDICTION & TRAUMA

DON’T LET ADDICTION & TRAUMA CONSUME YOU

Treatment of LGBT+ people for addiction and trauma is much more successful when it addresses the specific challenges faced by members of this community, in an environment exclusively dedicated to their needs.

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FACILITIES

EVERY NEED MET IN COMFORT AND STYLE

Within our tranquil, therapeutic landscaped grounds, we offer LGBT+ clients 20 individual, en-suite guest bedrooms similar in standard to a stylish premium hotel.

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Everything good in my life right now is because I am sober. When I was FIRST in recovery, awareness around LGBT+ addiction and trauma was limited. THAT’S CHANGED. AND THAT’S why an LGBT+ treatment center like Resort 12 is so important.

Boy George

TRAUMA

LEAVING DISTRESSING PAST EXPERIENCES BEHIND

Trauma is especially common among LGBT+ people – 43% of lesbian women and 34% of gay men have been affected by childhood trauma.
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BROCHURE

DOWNLOAD OUR BROCHURE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT TREATMENT AT RESORT 12

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THAILAND

WELCOME TO THE LAND OF SMILES

Known around the world as the ‘land of smiles’, Thailand is an exceptionally welcoming destination, with a strong history of tolerance of people with ‘alternative’ sexualities and gender identities.

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