J&K Bank holds awareness program

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Mar 23: Addressing the critical issue of tobacco and drug addiction, J&K Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project, “NAJATH,” organized a comprehensive awareness program at Moulana Azad Memorial College, Jammu.
The event, attended by around 400 participants, including dignitaries and experts, emphasized the urgent need for collective action to combat this societal challenge.
Various dignitaries including Prof Anand, Principal of Moulana Azad Memorial College; Dr Mannu Arora, Head of Psychiatry at GMC Jammu; Dr Mridula, Nodal Officer of ATPC; and the Director of Health Services, Jammu, along with clinical psychologists from the drug de-addiction center at Police Lines, Jammu, graced the occasion. Faculty members and concerned citizens also actively contributed to the initiative.
The program comprised insightful discussions, presentations, and interactive sessions to raise awareness about the detrimental effects of addiction on individuals, families, and communities.
Experts highlighted the importance of preventive measures and rehabilitation, shedding light on the health, social, and economic implications associated with addiction.
Prof Anand stressed the significance of collaborative efforts, especially within educational institutions, in fostering awareness and resilience among the youth.
Dr Mannu Arora emphasized a holistic approach involving education, healthcare, and community support to effectively address addiction.
Moreover, the event facilitated the sharing of best practices, resources, and support services for individuals seeking assistance.
Participants were encouraged to actively engage in spreading awareness and providing support to those affected by addiction.

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