The objects of making a treatment order in relation to an offender is to—
(a) facilitate the rehabilitation of the offender by providing a judicially supervised, therapeutically oriented and integrated treatment regime; and
(b) reduce the offender's dependency on alcohol or a controlled drug; and
(c) reduce the health risks associated with the offender's dependency on alcohol or controlled drugs; and
(d) assist with the offender's integration into the community; and
(e) promote community safety by reducing the level of criminal activity caused by alcohol or controlled drug dependence in offenders.