一个进步的新计划，旨在帮助聘请数千名在巴西 ‘可卡因地’ 的可卡因使用者而不强迫他们戒除毒品。英语版本拥有更多信息，请阅读下文。
There are an estimated one million crack users in Brazil, many of whom reside in Cracolândias (Cracklands)—open-air drug markets where users freely smoke in a de facto legal environment. The largest of these markets is located in São Paulo, where a new approach has recently been implemented. The Open Arms program, launched in January 2014, is a city-sponsored harm reduction initiative that provides housing, food and job training to users without asking participants to quit using.
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