Lahore: The Punjab government has launched a plan to build thorough rehabilitation facilities for people struggling with drug addiction. 400 people seeking treatment will be able to stay in these facilities together.
Caretaker CM Mohsin Naqvi recently visited the 100-bed Roshan Ghar drug recovery centre in Raiwind and presented a bold strategy. He gave the social welfare and health department secretaries two weeks to create several rehabilitation clinics with a combined capacity of 400 beds throughout the city.
CM carefully examined the amenities meant to aid people in overcoming drug addiction during his visit to Roshan Ghar. He went through several drug addict-specific wards and sections while encouraging and motivating them to overcome obstacles.
Mr Naqvi stressed the necessity of expanding rehabilitation and treatment services specifically designed for people fighting addiction while he was there. He issued unambiguous instructions for opening new centres to boost rehabilitation efforts. He underlined the need to give the patients at Roshan Ghar excellent nourishment and a steady supply of fresh fruits.
CM reaffirmed his steadfast dedication to giving all necessary funds for the effective treatment and recovery of people trying to escape the grip of addiction. He emphasized the value of digitizing these patients’ records to improve the effectiveness of their care. After acknowledging its devastating effects on families, he promised to help individuals impacted by addiction free themselves from its control.
Punjab has launched a broad crackdown in its comprehensive strategy to combat drug trafficking. Reaffirming its commitment to stop this urgent problem.