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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Religion and Drug Treatment

In our chapter on civic culture, we note that faith-based organizations have played a big part in rehabilitation programs for substance abuse. The courts, however, have ruled that Alcoholics Anonymous must not be the only therapy available to probationers because it is religious. The Sacramento Bee reports on a case in Redding, California, involving drug offender Barry A. Hazle, Jr.