Barangay Payatas Quezon City Drug Prevention Program

Vol.4, No.1


  • Loreto Madera
  • Mark Christian Cajipe Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Marvin Costillas Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Rachelrom Doria Bestlink College of the Philippines




Drugs are a kind of medication that have a wide range of therapeutic applications. Drugs can
be classified as illegal in the modern world since they are frequently abused for excessive
consumption, which generates addiction. Researchers aimed to address this issue,
particularly in Barangay Payatas, Quezon City, Philippines and provided the community with
the finest preventative program to increase residents' and adolescents' knowledge. The
researcher is of the opinion that a nation will be improved by a cohesive community and law-
abiding citizens. The purpose of this study is to identify the prevalent issues that Barangay
Payatas in Quezon City faces. As researchers, we hope to offer a remedy for the issues
related to illegal drugs and drug users. Last but not least, researchers will be aware of the
aspects that could have an impact on the nation and community on illegal substances.

This chapter presents information from twenty (20) Barangay authorities of Barangay Payatas
in Quezon City. And fifty (50) residents who took part in the survey as responders. In
accordance with the given research topics, it also provides an analysis and interpretation of
the data that has been acquired.

This chapter summarized the study's findings, output, conclusion, and recommendation.
Studying the Barangay Payatas Quezon City Drug Prevention Program. Barangay Payatas,
Quezon City residents responded. Seventy male and female respondents were surveyed.
This study found that most responders are single women aged 17–22 and 23 and older. This
study recommended adding drug rehabilitation centers to each barangay and supervising the
watch list for drug surrenderers and PWUDS.



How to Cite

Madera, L. ., Cajipe, M. C. ., Costillas, M. ., & Doria, R. . (2024). Barangay Payatas Quezon City Drug Prevention Program: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from

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