Reforming Drug Rehab

Reforming Drug RehabReforming Drug Rehab

Arresting drug abusers doesn’t help resolve the problem of addiction, says Majid Rezazadeh, head of the Center for Prevention of Addiction at the State Welfare Organization (SWO). “Changes need to be made in the way we address the problem. Social conditions should be created to allow addicts to seek rehabilitation without fear of being identified and arrested,” ISNA quoted him as saying.  The best way to deal with addiction is to develop a comprehensive national plan to check supply and distribution of industrial drugs, he added.