Drug use prevention is a set of strategies and initiatives aimed at reducing the initiation, experimentation, and problematic use of drugs among individuals. The primary goal of drug use prevention is to protect individuals, especially young people, from the harmful consequences of drug abuse and addiction. Prevention efforts often target both legal and illegal drugs, including alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, and illicit substances.
Program for Drug Addicts
- Facilitation of legal support
- Communication and coordination to meet their families
- Family therapy
- Family conference
- Family meeting
It’s important to note that drug use prevention is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Effective prevention programs are tailored to specific populations, taking into account cultural, social, and individual differences. A comprehensive and sustained effort involving multiple stakeholders, including government agencies, schools, families, and communities, is necessary to achieve meaningful and long-lasting results in drug use prevention.