Another 80 start drug rehab in Sattahip

Friday, 08 March 2013 From Issue Vol. XXI No. 10 By  Patcharapol Panrak

Another 80 Sattahip residents escaped jail sentences for drug charges when they agreed to enter a 10-day “behavior modification camp” run by the Royal Thai Navy aimed at rehabilitating them.

Chonburi Deputy Gov. Adisak Thepass presided over the latest program Feb. 28 at the National Command Center for Drugs offices in Sattahip. Adisak said the drug problem continues to increase in severity. Therefore, he said, measures to prevent and solve problems have been implemented.

Chonburi Deputy Gov. Adisak Thepass reminds the older kids that if they are arrested again, they will be placed in a youth detention center.Chonburi Deputy Gov. Adisak Thepass reminds the older kids that if they are arrested again, they will be placed in a youth detention center.

Program administrators said they work with youths to kick drugs and adopt socially responsible behavior. However, he admitted, results of such a short program are not guaranteed.

If the patients are arrested again, however, they will be placed in a youth detention center.

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  • Comment Link Friday, 08 March 2013 21:55 posted by Drug Rehab Expert

    I think this is an excellent program for the local residences. They will learn a lot from this program. Since I am located in Jacksonville, Florida I refer people to the local drug rehab program here.

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