‘I want to change … and I need help’: The repeat drug abusers on a mission to stay clean

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SINGAPORE: For more than two years, Farhan* was clean. In 2011, he was arrested and sent to the Drug Rehabilitation Centre (DRC) for consuming cannabis. He spent seven months there and another five at home, observing a curfew with an electronic tag strapped around his ankle. Advertisement Then it was another 15 months of Central Narcotics Bureau supervision and regular urine tests. Farhan passed it all and finally he was a free man. It was the start of a new life. (read further at source).

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