Davao City Gov’t recognizes drug rehabilitation program of USeP

(Left to right) USeP President, Dr. Lourdes C. Generalao, and Vice President for Administration, Ma. Luisa B. Faunillan, during the the Pasidungog: Garbo sa Davao on March 12, 2018


Certification of Appreciation awarded to the University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP) for the invaluable and continued support to the Drug Rehabilitation programs of the Davao City Government

The City Government of Davao recognized the University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP) for its Drug Rehabilitation program during the Pasidungog: Garbo sa Davao event on March 12, 2018 at the Davao Convention and Trade Center in Davao City.

USeP, through the Extension Division, has initiated a University-led Project called the Sagop Kinabuhi Program 2 (SKP2) in response to the mass surrender of drug users and pushers of the Oplan Tokhang campaign. SKP2 is designed to contribute to the multi-sectoral efforts at reconciling and reunifying the Voluntary Submission for Reformation Persons (VSRs) with their respective families and communities.

As a community-based rehabilitation program, SKP2 has provided its beneficiaries with psychosocial seminars and trainings, spiritual coaching, and skills training. This initiative helps former drug users regain self-confidence as they prepare to be reintegrated into society.

As of this date, the SKP2 beneficiaries have completed their Skills Training, which will be concluded in the moving-up ceremony. The SKP2 Program management is also looking forward to expand and help more reformists in Davao City. (USeP PR)

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