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Raintree Resource Center

Raintree Resource Center is a faith based service which offers information, support programs and English books and videos for English speaking residents of Chiang Mai.

Advise Phone Line: 053-262-660 (from overseas, dial 66-53-262-660)
Phone Information is only available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. till noon. If they do not know the answer to your questions, they will try to attain an answer for you.

English Library:
It hasa good and steadily growing library of VDOs, VCDs, music CDs and books for both children and adults. Membership is free and is available for residents, who are planning to stay for more than 6 months. Library items are on loan for 2 weeks at a time and a family may borrow up to 20 books at one time.

Useful Resources:
Raintree has 2 free publications available at the centre:
"Helpful Hints for Getting Settled in Chiang Mai" and
"Giving Birth in Chiang Mai".

Childbirth classes are also available by contacting Raintree.

Special Activities:
Raintree Resource Center offers a variety of classes, seminars and workshops providing opportunities to learn something new and to meet others Christians westerners.

Check this website for the upcoming workshops being offered.

At times life can present us with situations and feelings that are confusing and distressing. Being in an unfamiliar culture and far from family and friends can sometimes add to the difficulties. Talking it over can help bring to light new perspectives and alternatives that enable us to grow through the challenges. Raintree Resource Center is prepared to assist by providing referrals to counselors. All calls will be kept confidential.


Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat:
10.00 - 12.00 a.m.

Sun: 3.00 - 4.15 p.m

Phone: +66 53 262 660

Location: 3 Charoen Muang Road (2nd door east of the police box at end of Nawarat Bridge)

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