Komunity CAKNA Terengganu, partner organisation of Malaysian AIDS Council runs a shelter for recovering drug users. The shelter fits in around 25 people. There are no detoxication services and medical treatment for people living in this shelter. They get emotional support from their peers and attend a local mosque for prayers. There is no limit for stay in the shelter; people may leave when they feel they are ready. All outreach workers working for CAHR project in this area used to be the clients of the shelter.
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