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The Cedar Rehab Center in Hammana looks like a luxurious country villa from the outside, which is exactly what founder Ahmad Khattab intended.Khattab, a recovered addict himself, is seeking to broaden the option of therapies available based on international standards and offer an upscale alternative for those seeking treatment for substance abuse. The program at the Cedar Center was inspired by facilities Khattab visited abroad, where he was impressed with the variety and range of therapies.Khattab claims Cedar is the first privately funded, fully equipped rehabilitation center in Lebanon.Khattab was aware of the prohibitive cost, but said top-quality care required a significant investment. Last year, the judiciary finally activated the National Committee for Combating Addiction outlined in Law 673, otherwise known as the Drug Law.
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