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Program for Alcoholic patients and children of alcoholics
Tiruchy, Aug. 22. A two-day animation by Don Bosco JANANAM (Joint Action for New Alternatives to Narcotism and Alcoholism was conducted in Nagercoil on the 17th and 18th August 2016, at the Jesuit Treatment centre (JAMAADD) for alcoholic patients. There were 24 patients in this 21- day treatment camp.
Don Bosco JANANAM led these patients through alcohol free joyful activities on the first day. The second day was on the children of Alcoholics and on the fact these children were the true victims of alcoholism. There was also a special session on forgiveness. The patients were helped to go through therapeutic exercise in order to forgive those who had hurt them badly in their lives. Father Jude Muthuselvan and Father John Dharmanan represented Don Bosco JANANAM.
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