Indonesia offers free treatment to addicts

June 07, 2013
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JAKARTA, Indonesia – Drug addicts are being offered free treatment during the month of June, courtesy of the Jakarta Police and the National Narcotics Agency (BNN), local media reported Thursday (June 6th).

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    "For those who are in great desperation dealing with drugs and narcotics, this is the time. Anyone interested can come to BNN or to a nearby police office," Jakarta Police spokesman Rikwanto was quoted as saying by

    Those willing to join the programme would be housed at the BNN rehabilitation centre in Lido, Sukabumi, West Java, according to The Jakarta Post. The free service is part of observances for the 67th anniversary of the Indonesian Police and of International Anti-Narcotics Day.

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