Still to this day, a lot of noise is being made about substance abuse for both good reason and bad too. It is right that they are making a noise about substance abuse, given the harm that it causes. But it should not be right for them to judge. That being said; far better would it be for them to be doing their part to help out. There are substance abuse treatment boise programs that seem to be working.
The people that run them make no noise whatsoever. And they are helping. They will all be qualified and experienced in the work that they are doing. At the entry level, people admitted for substance abuse treatment could be seen to by caregivers. These caregivers are qualified professionals. They have to be. And of course, it should be expected that behavioral therapists will be qualified professionals as well.
And no argument about the credentials of clinical psychologists and clinical psychiatrists as the case may be for the substance abuse patient. And given the seriousness of the conditions and perhaps the high rates of admittance, there is always room for volunteers. These folks will not be paid for their efforts. At the entry level, their only qualification would have to be that they want to help out. It has never been a good idea to do things unwillingly.
It has never been a good idea to do things because you feel morally, spiritually or legally obliged to do things. A sense of free will, willingness can only be helpful. But all good and well because none of these volunteers will be allowed to work until such time that they have been fully and properly trained. Such is the serious nature of substance abuse treatment.