BNNP monitors how Tanah Bumbu rehabilates drug addicts

BATULICIN, South Kalimantan: The South Kalimantan National Narcotics Agency (BNNP) is monitoring how the dr Andi Abdurahman Noor District Hospital in Tanah Bumbu rehabilitates drug addicts, AntaranewsKalsel reported.

Director of the hospital Arman through the Head of Administration Saleh in Batulicin on Monday said the purpose of monitoring is to evaluate and know the obstacles experienced by the team in charge in the field.

“This activity can be used as a measure of the level of understanding of officers, especially the integrated assessment team on the implementation of Law Number 35/2009 on Narcotics,” he said.

The current constraint is many drug addicts have not dared to report to the hospital to undergo rehabilitation, so the hospital difficult to run the program.

The latest data from BNNP drug abusers in South Kalimantan reached 55,000 people. They should be treated to get well and no longer seek drugs to meet their dependence.

So far BNNP South Kalimantan has rehabilitated 1,800 people, either undergoing hospitalization or through rehabilitation institution or outpatient treatment periodically.

“We hope the rehabilitation program will cut the supply and demand chain along with other prevention, such as anti-drug socialization to inflame all elements of society together to combat drug abuse,” he explained.

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