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Courses in Stages for People Receiving Compulsory Rehabilitation Treatments

 

3 Stages of Compulsory Rehabilitation Treatment

Pursuant to articles set out in the Narcotic Hazard Prevention Act, offenders are to receive compulsory rehabilitation programs at a rehabilitation center for a minimum of six months, and a maximum of one year. For people receiving rehabilitation treatments, initial investigations, inductions, and evaluations will be conducted. Thereafter, the rehabilitation education programs will be implemented in 3 stages accordingly. Respectively, these 3 stages are: adjustment period, psychological counseling period, social adaptation period. Objectives and course contents of each treatment are as follows:

 

A. Adaptation period 

1. Duration: three months.

2. Objectives: the primary purpose of the adjustment period is to enable the illicit drug abusers under treatments to develop their stamina and perseverance, thereby enhancing their confidence in eliminating drug dependency.

3. Course content: the focus for illicit drug abusers under treatments, is to encourage regimented lifestyles and to participate in social adaptation courses.

B.  Psychological counseling period

1. Duration: three months.

2. Objectives: the primary purpose of the psychological counseling period is to stimulate the illicit drug abusers’ motion of eliminating drug dependency and starting new lives, thereby assisting them in exterminating their psychological dependency on illicit substances.

3.Course content: the focus for illicit drug abusers under treatments, is to encourage regimented lifestyles, to acquire informed knowledge on illicit substances, and to participate in counseling courses.

C.  Social adaptation period

1. Duration: two months..

2. Objectives: the primary purpose of the social adaptation period is to rebuild the illicit drug abusers’ interpersonal skills and problem-solving abilities, thereby helping them re-establish new lives in society.

3. Course content: the focus for illicit drug abusers under treatments, is to encourage regimented lifestyles, to make use of social resources, and to participate in social adaptation courses.

Details of associated courses

A wide array of courses is organized in the Center to enhance the lives of illicit drug abusers under treatments; they are encouraged to learn new skills to improve self-esteems, ideas on family and society, and to step up to lives without substances. Courses include sports and activities, religious studies, adaptation to life in the Center, addiction studies, legal education, health education, studies in humanities, professional treatments, counseling, work and leisure, career counseling and assistance, etc. These courses, individual or group counseling are implemented based on the aforementioned three respective stages. Details of associated courses are as follows: 

 

Stages of Treatment

Course Category

Details of each category

Newly arrived inmates are to remain in their cells and try to adapt to the Center.

Adaptation

period

Core subjects

Sports and activities

  1. 1. Sports and activities: basic training, ball games, athletic activities, general knowledge of sports, aerobics, leisure group activities.
  2. Religious studies: fundamental of religion, introduction to doctrine, religion, and life.
  3. Adaptation to life in the Center: introduction to the Center and treatments, environmental and psychological adaptation, introduction to professional staff.
  4. Addiction studies: development of addiction, the effects of substance abuse and hazard, relapse of addiction, training on recognition of high-risk situations and countermeasures, detoxification techniques, impulse control.
  5. Legal education: general knowledge of laws, law education, law and life, introduction to regulations of rehabilitation.
  6. Health education: mental health, physical health, medical and health knowledge, first aid knowledge, introduction to mental disorders, suicide prevention, AIDS prevention, drug education.
  7. Studies in humanities: Analysis of current affairs, folk culture, art appreciation, environment-related careers and health, environmental education, life and death studies, literary analysis (including writing), reading groups, movie sessions, music classes, craft classes.
  8. Professional treatments: clinical psychologists and social workers of the Center conduct private or group counseling/therapies to illicit drug abusers under treatments.
  9. Counseling: self-awareness, self-affirmation, self-expression skills, value clarification, stress management, emotion management, problem-solving abilities, interpersonal relationships, family relationships, sexual relationships, parent education.
  10. Work and leisure: cooking, baking, beverage making, gardening, computer, English, electrical works.
  11.  Career counseling and assistance: career planning, making use of social resources, social skills, preparation for life post-rehabilitation, labor regulations, introduction to careers, professional ethics and code of conduct, employment preparation, interview skills training, making the best of job market channels, introduction to start-up businesses with little capital.

Religious studies

Adaptation to life

in the Center

Addiction studies

Legal education

Ancillary courses

Health education

Studies in humanities

Professional treatments

Psychological

Guidance

Period

 

Core subjects

 

Counseling

Sports and activities

Health education

Studies in humanities

Work and leisure

Religious studies

Religious studies

 

Ancillary courses

Legal education

Professional treatments

Social

Adaptation

Period

 

Core subjects

 

Career counseling

and assistance

Sports and activities

Counseling

Legal education

Studies in humanities

Work and leisure

Religious studies

Ancillary courses

Addiction studiest

Professional treatments

          

Photos of courses and activities

 

 4.1Religious education Christianity

Religious studies

 4.1Religious education Buddhism

Religious studies

 4.1Humanity education

Legal education

 4.1Law-related education

Legal education

Career & recreation clay-molding1

Career & recreation clay-molding

 4.1Work from a inmate in clay-molding class

Work from a inmate in clay-molding class

 Career & recreation clay-molding2

Career & recreation clay-molding

 4.1work of hand-dyeing

work of hand-dyeing

 4.1Career guidance course

 Career guidance course

 4.1Health education course

Addiction studies

 4.1Physical education basketball

Sports and activities

 4.1Humanity education course music

Legal education

 4.1Humanity education course

Legal education

 4.1Health education course

Addiction studies

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