Cat Rehab (Methadrone)

We have Cat Rehab centres all across South Africa and the world. Contact our specialist team today help@homedetox.co.za for free advice.

CAT Rehab?

We know that Home Detoxing from Cat dependency is not going to work for absolutely everyone and so that’s why we work very closely with rehabilitation centres in South Africa as well as the whole world. Entering into a Cat rehabilitation centre might be nerve racking but here at Home Detox South Africa our team of specialized addictions staff can certainly help as well as supply assistance based on experience. All our call centre staff come from an addiction background and they realize what you are going through. A large number of our call centre staff have got first hand experiences in attending a rehab centre and therefore can give very good professional guidance.

Cat rehabilitation centres in South Africa are well known for having excellent success rates. A number of Cat rehab clinics have state-of-the-art facilities. Usually our Cat rehab centres are actually in quiet calming areas away from bustling towns. This forms an excellent natural environment and extends the harmony of the centre. The majority of our Cat rehab centres are accompanied by gyms, swimming pools, magnificent food together with brilliant staff members.
The vast majority of the centres we deal with will offer a lifetime aftercare service.

Medical Aid approved!

For people with medical aid this might well take care of your stay in our Cat rehabilitation centre meaning that you pay absolutely nothing to get the treatment plan you require! Talk to us right now on help@homedetox.co.za to check out if your medical aid will take care of your Cat rehabilitation.

South Africa CAT Rehab Centres

We have specialist cat rehab centres located in The Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, North West Province, Kwazulu Natal, Swaziland, Limpopo, Mpumlanga and Gauteng.

Worldwide CAT Rehab Centres

We also have alcohol rehab centres in Namibia, Thailand, Switzerland, Tanzania, India, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Dubai.