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Published 16 July 2012
In the past decade, Georgia has implemented strict measures to fight drug use, with apparent success. Officials claim the number of hard drug users in the country has fallen from 250,000 to 40,000. But the problem of addiction remains widespread. One new rehabilitation program, opened with funds from the Open Society Foundation, is the first to promote art therapy as the key to recovery from addiction. (Produced by Tea Topuria of RFE/RL's Georgian Service)
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