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The Dangerous Drugs Board is committed to stamping out the illicit supply of and demand for dangerous drugs and precursor chemicals, and to promote regional and international cooperation in drug abuse prevention and control.
The Dangerous Drugs Board extends its congratulations to the City Government of Muntinlupa for the Unveiling of a Drug-free Workplace Marker during their Monday Flag Raising Ceremony! During the...
"It is never too late to augment our efforts and initiatives to safeguard the welfare of our students" – Chairman Catalino Cuy as the keynote speaker during the Development of Drug Free Learning...
Empowering the Tribes of Mindanao: Launch of Culture-Sensitive IEC Materials for Drug Abuse Prevention Education and Advocacy
The Culture Sensitive IEC Materials focusing on Drug Abuse Prevention Education and Advocacy was formally launched in Davao City with key institutions in attendance such as the Dangerous Drugs...
Sec. Cuy facilitates the meeting of a Working Group of the Global Coalition to Address Synthetic Drug Threats
Following the coalition launch in July of this year, the Philippines was nominated as co-chair of the working group focusing on the discussion of issues on the promotion of public health...
Undersecretary-Executive Director Earl Saavedra CESO I met with Brunei Ambassador to the Philippines (Her Excellency) Megawati Mana at the Embassy Office in Makati City. The discussions focused on...
The Dangerous Drugs Board together with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office for the Southeast Asia and the Pacific hosted the 2023 Global Synthetics Monitoring:...
Secretary Catalino Salandanan Cuy is the Chairman of the Dangerous Drugs Board. He joined the Administration of President Rodrigo R. Duterte in July 2016 as the Undersecretary for Public Order and later on as the Officer-in-Charge of the Department of Interior and Local Government.
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Profile of Drug Abusers
For 2022, a total of seventy (70) treatment and rehabilitation facilities reporting to the Treatment and Rehabilitation Admission Information System (TRAIS). Of this, sixty-two (62) are residential and eight (8) are outpatient.
Civil Status: Single
Status of employment: Employed
Educational attainment: Highschool Level
Place of residency: Urban (NCR)
Dangerous Drugs Board Report 2020
The government’s approach to address the country’s drug abuse problem is a balanced and holistic one. Current initiatives are focused on community-based approaches in preventive education and treatment and rehabilitation. See here the efforts of the Dangerous Drugs Board, its partner agencies and organizations in fighting the drug menace.
Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy
Secretary CATALINO S. CUY
Chairman, Dangerous Drugs Board
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