The action of stopping patients from reusing the drugs again is called prevention.
Drug abuse prevention begins with education, spreading the word regarding the dangers of drugs to oneself and to the community. These programs are just the beginning. The information provided is most effective when it is followed up with continued support. Drug prevention programs seek to involve the family, community or workplace in the prevention process. To be effective, communities need to sustain the progress. This often requires continued leadership and financial support. We have our own teachers, faith healers and professionals to cope up with these problem and issues. Media and youth can play a vital role for the prevention of drug abuse. Prevention of drugs is mandatory for the community. Parents should take care of their children and can play the best role for the prevention of drugs.