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Publish Date: 29-12-2013 | A- A A+

To deliver on its mission successfully, the National Rehabilitation Center provides several prevention and training programs as follows:

  • Secondary & Relapse Prevention Program: It aims to reinforce treatment results and stop drug-induced effects through weekly sessions for inpatients and individual sessions for outpatients.
  • Fawasel: It is a school-based prevention program designed to protect school students (young and teenagers) against risky behaviors that may lead to any kind of addiction.
  • Family-based Prevention Program: It leverages the family role to oversee and monitor the patients’ conditions and to re-instill the good values and sense of social responsibility in them.
  • Work-based Prevention Program: It involves integrated intervention to ward off potential drug and substance abuse, post-addiction stigma minimization and co-workers’ support.
  • Community Mobilization Program: It is intended to provide an understanding social environment that can protect, support and care for addicts under treatment to reinforce the patients’ recovery and inclusion.


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