Rehab & crisis intervention centre launched in Mon

Rehab & crisis intervention centre launched in Mon
DC Mon Thavaseelan K, police officers, KBBB members and youth department at the launching programme.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/20/2021 12:44:27 PM IST

Rehabilitation and Crisis Intervention Centre (RCIC) for drug addicts and social crises was launched at Konyak Baptist Bumeinok Bangjum (KBBB) mission centre, Mon on April 20. The centre is an initiative of KBBB youth department. 

A press release by KBBB youth department secretary, Wangchah Konyak stated that while speaking at the programme, DC Mon Thavaseelan K said that the fight against drugs initiated by NGOs, students’ unions, churches of Mon district have been commendable.

He challenged them to further the effort in eliminating social evils and assured support from the district administration.

Mon superintendent of police, Imnalensa highlighted the collaborative action taken against defaulters by law enforcing agency in the district and encouraged inmates of the centre to overcome their shortcomings and be crusaders for others.

Meanwhile, Konyak union vice president, Hon-ang Konyak urged KBBB youth to follow the teachings of the Bible based on “parable of the lost sheep”.

Committee on Drug Abuse, Mitigation and Prevention (CoDAMP) convenor, Dr. Chenjei Konyak appreciated the initiative of KBBB for taking up social responsibilities beyond their normal spiritual services in order to keep humanity in order, particularly in Mon district.

Earlier, the programme was chaired by HADO director Naomi Konyak, invocation by MCBC pastor Rev. Honlong Konyak, welcome address by Wangchah Konyak and benediction by police church Mon DEF pastor, Panwang Konyak while KBBB executive secretary Rev. Chemyuh Konyak offered special prayer for the first batch of inmates of RCIC  

It may be mentioned that RCIC would not only cater to drug addicts for rehabilitation but would also assist in social crises that take place in the family, community and society.

So far, three regular counsellors have been appointed who would look after the first batch of about 30 inmates.

Meanwhile, KBBB staff and other NGO leaders would also support the day to day activities of the centre.

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