Jakarta. The National Narcotics Agency, or BNN, on Thursday (22/09) launched the Kaliana rehabilitation center in South Lampung.
The center, launched by BNN chief Budi Waseso, is the latest to open with established centers across West Java, Riau and Makassar, the statement said.
The Kalianda center is built on 30,000 square meters in Way Lubuk, Lampung, and equipped with medical facilities, a residential complex, praying areas and laboratory equipment.
The facility can host 97 residents — 72 men and 25 women — from the southern region of Sumatra and Banten, West Java.
Ahead of its official opening, the facility has received 45 residents from the greater Lampung area and has been attended by over 50 rehabilitation officials.
BNN hopes the facilities will help end the demand for narcotics and cut distribution.