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Social movements protesting As expected compulsory admissions

For human rights advocates, the initiative would be more efficient if there was enhancement of psychosocial care policy

 
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Act Cratod happened in front of the center of the state capital. Movement protested measure providing compulsory admissions Drug users in the region known as Protest against measure providing for compulsory hospitalization
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Act Cratod happened in front of the center of the state capital. Movement protested measure providing compulsory admissions
Drug users in the region known as "Cracolândia", Sao Paulo
Protest against measure providing for compulsory hospitalization

Social movements do early on Monday (21) an act in front of the Reference Center of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (Cratod) in the center of the state capital, to protest against the move of the state government that intends to become more agile measures of compulsory hospitalization or involuntary addicts in Sao Paulo. For organizations concerned with human rights and combating anti-asylum, the initiative would be more efficient, in fact, if there was the political strengthening of psychosocial care.

They are beginning the end and not the beginning. Today, if you have a situation of involuntary commitment in Cidade Tiradentes, mothers go where? Coming from there to here [in Cratod]? What we need is to have a social democratic, universal and scope of these families, the priest explained Lancelloti Julius, a member of the Archdiocese Pastoral de Rua de São Paulo. He advocates the installation of Psychosocial Care Centers Alcohol and Drugs (Caps AD) in all districts of the city.

The novelty of the measure assert that begins today is the partnership between health professionals of the state, prosecutor and Court of São Paulo. It will be installed on the same Cratod on duty daily, from 9h to 13h, to streamline the processes of involuntary or compulsory drug addicts, especially those who attend Cracolândia in central

According to the secretary of the Justice and Defense of Citizenship, Eloisa Sousa Arruda, protocols are being adhered to the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as human rights.

Source: AGÊNCIA BRASIL
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