Someone in a very famous cartoon series keeps telling us Drugs Are Bad. If you don’t believe him mnaybe you’ll change your mind after seeing these pictures of a drug rehab center in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Juan Castro, a homeless man, is helped into bed by a fellow homeless man at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 3, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 3, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Elias Compita, 70, a homeless man, gets a glass of water from a fellow homeless person at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 3, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 3, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A patient in drug and alcohol rehabilitation organises his belongings in a locker at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 4, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Nomar Paraqueimo (C), 29, a patient in crack rehabilitation, helps a fellow patient work out at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 5, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 5, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehab, pray during group therapy at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 4, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Rolando Garcia (C), 32, a patient in drug rehabilitation, embraces a fellow recovering addict during a group therapy session at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 4, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, attend group therapy at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 4, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 4, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Habrahan Reyes, 33, a patient in crack rehabilitation, works in the kitchen of the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 5, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 5, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Habrahan Reyes, 33, a patient in crack rehabilitation, works in the kitchen of the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 5, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 5, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, pray at church during a Sunday service at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 7, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 7, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, pray at church during a Sunday service at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 7, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 7, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation, fall backwards while praying at church during a Sunday service at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 7, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 7, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Jose Oviedo (L), 33, a former gang member and drug addict, serves food to fellow participants in drug and alcohol rehabilitation at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 8, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 8, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A patient in drug rehabilitation walks at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 8, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 8, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Homeless people and patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation rest at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 8, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 8, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Duglas Paredes, a patient in drug rehabilitation, shows his scars garnered from gunshot wounds at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 9, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation prepare dinner at the kitchen of the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 9, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

An alcoholic cries as he receives a haircut on his first day in rehabilitation at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 10, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 10, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

An elderly homeless man takes a shower at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 11, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Danny Martinez (R), 36, a patient in drug rehabilitation, helps to dress an elderly homeless man, after bathing him at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 11, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Jose Antivera, 63, a homeless man, gets up from his bed at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 12, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 12, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A homeless man sits on a chair at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 12, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 12, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A homeless man sits next to his personal items at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 19, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Jesus Lovera, 32, a patient in heroin rehabilitation, checks his new teeth carved by hand from animal bone by a fellow patient at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 14, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 14, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

An alcoholic and drug addict sleeps on a mat on the floor on his first night at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 19, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Patients in drug and alcohol rehabilitation take a shower while a fellow patient has his hair cut at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 19, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Eulices Farias (C), 34, a former drug addict, prays for the attendees during a Sunday service at the church of the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 21, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 21, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A homeless drug addict smokes while lying on a piece of cardboard next to a dumpster after refusing to go to the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Erick Rivas (L), 32, a former drug addict, tries to convince a homeless drug addict to go to the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Former drug addicts from the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre try to convince a female drug addict who lives amidst piles of garbage to go to rehab during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

A female drug addict sits amidst piles of garbage after refusing to go to the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Former drug addicts from the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre, carry a homeless alcoholic to their car during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Daniel Velasquez, a former drug addict, tries to convince a homeless man sleeping in a square to go to the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Jhonny Guevara, 45, a drug addict, prepares a crack pipe on the street before deciding to go to the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre in Caracas August 26, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 26, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Jhonny Guevara, 45, a drug addict, sleeps on a mat on the floor on his first night at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre, after being brought there during a special rescue campaign in Caracas August 27, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 27, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Elias Compita, 70, a homeless man, waits in a hallway for breakfast time at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 27, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 27, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Drugs Rehab Center In Caracas

Danny Martinez, 36, a patient in drug rehabilitation, helps to move an old man from a wheelchair to his bed, after bathing him at the Nosotros Unidos rehabilitation centre for drug and alcohol addicts in the low-income neighborhood of Coche in Caracas August 27, 2011. This rehabilitation center for drug abusers and the homeless, is funded by a Christian evangelical church, and has been a model for state institutions with the same goals. It is located in the turbulent slum of Coche in Caracas, one of the most violent and chaotic cities in the world. Within its humble surroundings, some 250 men find hope each day living side by side, from the city's youth to the elderly and the infirm. The center has helped more than 20,000 people over the last 15 years. Picture taken August 27, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins