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City praises PSUD graduates
by Jho Arranz / PIO

REFORMED -- Mayor Mauricio Domogan congratulates 83 former drug dependents and pushers during the awarding and recognition rites after they have completed the 36 module sessions under the integrated participatory community building program of the city government with the support of various religious groups, drug rehabilitation institutions, non-government units, and other concerned line agencies. -- Bong Cayabyab

 

The city government recognized 83 persons with substance use disorder (PSUDs) who graduated from the program that was meant to transform them into productive citizens.

The PSUDs completed their sessions catered by the Calvary Ministries International, Inc., Jesus Our Shepherd, Christ Lives in Me Ministry, International Christian Ministries Inc., Church of Christ at Camp 7, Jesus Reigns Ministry, Gospel of Christ Fellowship Inc., New Life Baguio, Irisan Assembly of God, Maxfaith Church, Life in the Light Fellowship Church, Jesus is Lord, Word and Life Assembly of God, and Church of the Open Doors.

Out of the 177 PSUDs who participated in the Integrated Participatory Community Building Program of the city and finished the 36 modular sessions, 83 qualified to graduate.

Among the activities participated in by the PSUDs that helped in their transformation include family day, health and wellness, and individual counseling. They underwent a random drug test after the sessions and the activities.

“The conduct of the random drug testing will determine if the PSUDs have truly reformed,” said City Social Welfare and Development Officer Betty Fangasan.

The city also gave special awards for punctuality, most supportive, undeniable change, and dependability to the deserving graduates.

Seven were also recognized as outstanding PSUDs.


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