Xchange prevention registry

About the Xchange prevention registry

Xchange is an online registry of evidence-based prevention programmes. It is currently in pilot phase. Use the options below to find prevention programmes. Read more about Xchange here

Our partners

The Xchange prevention registry is a collaborative effort between the EMCDDA and a number of partner organisations. Learn more about our partners here.

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List of programmesSearch results

Programme title Date added Countries where evaluated Xchange rating
Nurse-Family Partnership - Nursed visiting low-income homes, from pregnancy to the second birthday 18.10.2017 Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, USA Likely to be partially beneficial
Treatment Foster Care Oregon (Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care) for adolescents with antisocial behaviour, emotional disturbance and delinquency 18.10.2017 Sweden, United Kingdom, USA Likely to be partially beneficial
A Stop Smoking in Schools Trial (ASSIST) - an educational, peer-led programme to promote non-smoking 18.10.2017 United Kingdom Beneficial
Aktion Glasklar - an educational programme about alcohol for pupils and their parents 18.10.2017 Germany Likely to be partially beneficial
Preventure - a personality-targeted intervention to prevent substance use disorders in vulnerable youth 18.10.2017 Netherlands, United Kingdom Likely to be partially beneficial
Project Northland - a multi-level long-term intervention combining behavioural with environmental approaches 18.10.2017 Croatia, USA Likely to be partially beneficial
European Smoking Prevention Framework Approach (ESFA / PASE.bcn) - addressing young people, parents, school environment and out-of-school situations 18.10.2017 Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom Likely to be partially beneficial
Strengthening Families 10-14 - family protection and resilience-building processes for adolescents and their parents 18.10.2017 Germany, Poland, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA Evidence of ineffectiveness
Be Smart — Don’t Start - a competition of school classes to remain smoke free for six months 18.10.2017 Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland Likely to be partially beneficial
Multisystemic Therapy (MST) - intensive family- and community-based intervention for antisocial behaviour in juvenile offenders 18.10.2017 Canada, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA Likely to be partially beneficial


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