Factors Affecting Non-Compliance with Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Program at The Clinic of The National Narcotics Board


Nurhotimah1), Besral2)

 

1)Masters Program of Quality Health Services , Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia

2)Department of Biostatistics, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia

 

ABSTRACT

Background: Based on the National Drug Abuse Survey, as many as 1.77% or 3,367­,­154 current drug users are aged 10 to 59 years. Sustainable rehabilitation pro­gram is one of strategies to reduce the prevalence of drug users. However, there was li­mited num­ber of studies examining factors affecting non-compliance with sustainable drug abuse rehabilitation program. This study aimed to investigate the factors affecting non-compliance with drug abuse rehabilitation program at the clinic of the national nar­cotics board.

Subjects and Method: This was a qualitative study conducted at the Compulsory Cli­nic of National Narcotics Board from July to August 2019. A sample of 10 drug users was selected for this study. The theme of this study was factors affecting non-com­pli­ance with the sustainable drug abuse rehabilitation program among drug users at the Com­pulsory Clinic of National Narcotics Board. The data were obtained by direct in-depth interview and observation. The data analyzed by content analysis.

Results: Factors affecting non-compliance with the sustainable drug abuse re­ha­bi­li­ta­tion program among drug users including (1) There was no rehabilitation monitoring sys­tem focusing on clients; (2) No community and environmental empowerment sup­ports the recovery clients; (3) Poor rapport between clients and officers; and (4) Lack of fa­mily psychoeducation on the drug abuse rehabilitation program.

Conclusion: Factors affecting non-compliance with the sustainable drug abuse re­ha­bi­litation program among drug users including (1) No rehabilitation monitoring system fo­cusing on clients; (2) No community and environmental empowerment supports; (3) po­or rapport between clients and officers; and (4) lack of family psychoeducation.

Keywords: factor, non-compliance, sustainable rehabilitation, drug user, compulsory clinic, national narcotics board.

Correspondence: Nurhotimah. Master Program Quality of Health Services in Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java. Email: nurhotimah.md1380@gmail.com. Mobile: 08128280197.

 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26911/the6thicph-FP.02.04

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