Home rehab scheme launched for drug addicts
A FREE scheme has been launched which trains people how to help drug addicts kick their habits at home, writes Natasha Johansson.
The Manchester branch of Narconon hopes the pilot initiative will help tackle the growing drug problem by allowing people to care for their loved ones themselves.
The seminars aim to help addicts come off drugs without the need of replacement drugs such as methadone.
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