Saturday, 20 April 2024

 

 

LATEST NEWS CGC Jhanjeri’s Fashion Show MERAKI 2024 goes in Style CEO Maneesh Garg briefs about Postal ballot facility for absentee voters Alumnus Sh. Ram Kumar Mittal, Founder & President of Swami International, USA, Inspires Students During Campus Visit to PEC In a first, CEO Sibin C holds Facebook live interaction with Punjab voters Top 9 Monalisa Hot Web Series To Watch In April 2024 | 5 Dariya News Drug awareness rally under NSS camp by RBU students Wheat planted using surface feeders at 40 places in barnala district : Punamdeep Kaur NSS PEC Organized Blood Donation Camp in Collaboration with PGIMER Biomed lab science day celebrated at RBU Singer Javed Ali recorded the song for Speed India Entertainment & HGV Anup Jalota, Udit Narayan, Babul Supriyo, and other singers received Dr. K.J. Yesudas Achievement Award Unique Initiative: Punjab's CEO Sibin C to go live on Facebook on April 19th Special monitoring of Social Media for Model Code of Conduct compliance - Chief Electoral Officer Anurag Agarwal In unique initiative, administration launches video helpline number 83605-83697 for speech and hearing-impaired voters Sakshi Sawhney directs procurement agencies to expedite wheat lifting Will make Punjabi the number one language in Chandigarh - Sanjay Tandon Vigilance Bureau nabs ASI for accepting Rs 4,500 bribe Magnificent Display of Indian Culture at LPU's annual 'One India-2024' Cultural Fest Suzuki Motorcycle India expands its footprint in Kerala Unlike Ravneet Bittu, Congress Has Always Respected Beant Singh Ji’s Legacy: Amarinder Singh Raja Warring Kunwar Vijay Pratap's speech should be taken seriously and investigation should be conducted: Partap Singh Bajwa

 

OOAT centres proving to be boon for drug addicts, DC

2200 drug addicts currently undergoing treatment in district, civil surgeon

Listen to this article

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Mansa , 08 Feb 2019

On its mission to wipe off drugs from the state, Punjab government has not only confiscated several drugs and arrested accused under Mission Tandarust Punjab, but is also reaching out to drug addicts in the form of medical help through its Out Patient Opiod Assisted Treatment (OOAT) centers. At these OOAT clinics, patients are being given free medicines for de addiction.Giving information here today Deputy Commissioner Mansa miss Apneet Riyait stated that to help the addicts attain sobriety, the government of Punjab had opened OOAT center and rehabilitation center at Thoothianwali road Mansa, OOAT center at Sub Divisional Hospital Sardulgarh and sub divisional hospital Budhlada. Besides this, similar centers are being set up at Community Health centers Jhunir and Bhikhi.She said that these centers were proving to be boon for the drug addicts who need not get admitted for treatment. They can take medicine as well as  do their work.Giving further information civil surgeon Dr Lal Chand Thukral stated that currently 2220 patients are getting treatment. At the OOAT centers patients are given free treatment as well as counseling. The patients are given medicines at OOAT clinics and the same is to be consumed in front of the doctor. Patients are not allowed to take medicines home. He added that anyone wiling to kick drugs should visit these OOAT clinics to get rid of the habit.He added that the patients visiting OOAT are issued unique identification number that is linked with patient's aadhar card. All the patients are registered online. The patients are given medicine, which is gradually decreased and completely phased out. The patient is then sent to de addiction center. He appealed people to help drug addicts by bringing them to OOAT centers.

 

Tags: Anti Drug Mission

 

 

related news

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

 

 

Video Gallery

 

 

5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2024 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD