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September 23, 1996 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, 20 women live quietly behind locked doors in an unmarked building. All are pregnant or mothers of newborn children. All are also drug addicts, enrolled in an experimental program administered by the Tarzana Treatment Center to try to get them off crack cocaine and heroin for good. "About 150 babies have been born to women here in the program," said Ken Bachrach, clinical director at the treatment center. "That's 150 babies born drug-free."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1996 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, 20 women live quietly behind locked doors in an unmarked building. All are pregnant or mothers of newborn children. All are also drug addicts, enrolled in an experimental program administered by the Tarzana Treatment Center to try to get them off crack cocaine and heroin for good. "About 150 babies have been born to women here in the program," said Ken Bachrach, clinical director at the treatment center. "That's 150 babies born drug-free."
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