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MOA for drug rehab program in Infanta inked

By Rowena Cruz Infanta Mayor Filipina Grace America (seated fourth from the left) with staff from DOH-TRC-Bicutan during the MOA signing. ...

By Rowena Cruz

MOA for drug rehab program in Infanta inked
Infanta Mayor Filipina Grace America (seated fourth from the left) with staff from DOH-TRC-Bicutan during the MOA signing. (Photo from Municipal Government of Infanta)

INFANTA, Quezon - The municipal governments here signed on Monday, September 25, 2023, a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Department of Health (DOH) in Infanta, Quezon, for the drug rehab program aimed at addressing the growing drug addiction problem in the area.

The MOA outlines the collaboration between the local government and DOH to provide comprehensive rehabilitation services, including counseling, medical treatment, and community support, to individuals seeking help for drug addiction.

Under the agreement, the DOH Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in Bicutan will collaborate with local government officials and stakeholders to establish a comprehensive and sustainable drug rehabilitation program in Infanta, Quezon.

This partnership aims to address the growing need for effective addiction treatment services in the community, promoting a healthier and drug-free environment for its residents.

Dr. Manuel Panopio, Chief Health Program Officer of DOH-TRC-Bicutan, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating that it is a significant step towards providing accessible and quality drug rehabilitation services to those in need.

He emphasized the importance of community involvement and support in ensuring the success of the program, as well as the need for continuous evaluation and improvement to meet the evolving needs of individuals seeking recovery.

According to Infanta Mayor Filipina Grace America, the drug rehabilitation program is part of their holistic approach to addressing the drug problem in their community.

She believes that a comprehensive and well-rounded approach, which includes not only treatment but also community engagement, is essential to achieving long-term recovery for individuals struggling with addiction.

This approach recognizes that addiction is a complex issue that requires a multi-faceted solution. By involving the community, the program aims to create a supportive environment that helps individuals reintegrate into society and reduces the risk of relapse.

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