Cebuano New: DSWD gadasig sa after-care, rehab programs alang sa drug dependents

  • May 17, 2017
  • Martesha Maive Veloso

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, May 7 – Aron sa paghatag ug suporta sa kampanya sa gobyerno batok sa droga ug sa pagpalambo sa mga kinabuhi sa mga drug dependents ingon man sa ilang mga pamilya, ang Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-10 nagmugna sa after-care, transformation ug reintegration nga programa nga gipatugbaw niadtong DSWD Media and Blogger's Forum, Mayo 5.

 

Ang programa usa sa mga lakang sa DSWD ilalum sa administrasyong Duterte nga nagtumong sa paghatag sa katilingbanong kaayohan sa mga indibidwal sa komunidad; ilabi na sa mga tawo nga nagsalig na sa droga apan sa gihapon aduna pa'y kahigayunan sa pag-usab.

 

Ang after-care, transformation ug reintegration nga programa alang sa mga drug dependents aduna'y nagkalain-laing mga inisyatibo aron sa pagtubag sa nagapaayo nga mga drug dependents.

 

Si Sean Pamela Balais, ang focal person alang sa Adoption Resource and Referral Section sa DSWD-10, miingon nga ang mga programa nga gikalambigitan sa pagpauswag sa kinabuhi sa mga drug dependents gilakipan sa START (Strategies towards Acceptance, Reintegration and Transformation), FDAPP (Family Drug Abuse Prevention Program) ug SDEC (Special Drug Education Center).

 

Alang sa protective services program, ang DSWD nagahatag ug dugang budget para sa rice assistance, food packs ug medical assistance sa pakigtambayayong sa Department of Health (DOH).

 

Gahatag usab ug skills training pinaagi sa Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) aron sa paghatag ug akses sa nagkalain-laing mga pagbansay-bansay sama sa Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), alang ang mga benepisyaryo makaangkon ug kahanas ug sa katapusan makabaton ug panginabuhian. Gibuhat usab kini alang sa pagliwag sa ilang tagad diha sa pagtrabaho baylo sa paggamit sa gidiling droga.

 

“So far for the first quarter of this year, ang DSWD through our protective services program naa nata’y nahatag nga amount nga P3.7 million for our recovering drug dependents,” ingon ni Balais.(Martesha Maive Veloso/PIA10)


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