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Title: The Transitional Support Scheme
Summary: The evaluation was conducted pre 2012 so information presented here refers to pre April 2012. The Transitional Support Scheme, funded by the Welsh Government, is a mentoring scheme for short-term (less than 12 months) male and female prisoners in Wales with substance misuse problems. The scheme aims to provide 'through-the-gate' support to aid in the transition from prison to the community and was run by G4S Justice Services and CAIS/Nacro Cymru. In 2008-09, an evaluation was conducted to assess the quality and impact of the scheme and the effectiveness of its organisational processes and practices. The evaluation concluded that the scheme had developed a very effective model and the staff on the scheme had become highly experienced, skilled and well connected. Stakeholders also provided positive feedback. The help that prisoners recevied in their transition in the first few days and weeks after release from prison, was deemed to be the most important contribution. >>
social reintegration impact evaluation, process evaluation Wales 2
Title: Supervised Housing
Summary: Supervised Housing provides accommodation for people with drug related problems. Clients targeted are those who are homeless but relatively stable in their drug use; clients also includes couples and people with children. The aims is that after a maximum of 2 years clients are able to move into their own accommodation. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Austria 1
Title: Soilse: Social Reintegration and Vocational Rehabilitation of Drug Misuse
Summary: Established in 1992 to provide a service to those wishing to rehabilitate themselves from addiction to mood-altering substances. Soilse seeks to reintegrate former drug users into society. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation family/parents, adults Ireland 1
Title: The MEAM Approach (by Making Every Adult Matter)
Summary: The MEAM Approach was designed by Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM), a coalition of four national charities (Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link and Mind) that are working together to improve policy and services for adults facing multiple needs, such as mental ill health, homelessness, drug and alcohol misuse, offending, family breakdown and exclusion. The MEAM Approach helps local areas design and deliver better coordinated services so that people with multiple needs can improve their wellbeing and reduce costs to the public purse. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, impact evaluation adults United Kingdom 2
Title: LOG IN: Health Promotion and stabilization of achieved health for drug addicts of treatment facilities
Summary: LOG IN is an Association of integration and health promotion for risk groups and marginalized groups which has been supporting former drug addicts after inpatient therapy. The program aims to achieve health and promote a long-term health conscious, independent life of former drug-addicts by taking into consideration their social environment and personal life situation. >>
social reintegration evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Austria 1
Title: Needles or Pins. Occupational Reintegration of (former) drug addicts
Summary: The project offers support and integration into the employment market for former drug and alcohol users and for people with psychic problems. Evaluation shows 60% of the clients achieve sustainable integration into the employment market. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation adults Austria 1
Title: A Local Centre for Relief and Advice
Summary: The purpose of the project was to organise several experimental types of paid work (three daily periods per week) for homeless addicts in the old city of Apeldoorn. Results showed that local residents positively judged the project and participant addicts received positive reactions from passers-by, shopkeepers, and local residents. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Dependence Treatment Unit 18 ANO: Social Rehabilitation Centre
Summary: The centre constitutes the third and last phase of the Drug Dependence Treatment Unit 18 ANO and is probably the most crucial part of the therapeutic procedure. This phase aims at helping the patient to organise his/her life on a new basis by giving new content, values, meaning and goals.. The main objective is to prevent any relapses by providing the clients with continued assistance in order to integrate themselves into society. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Greece 1
Title: Work and Autonomy
Summary: The purpose of this project is to support people to return to work after they have completed drug rehabilitation and training programmes, it offers an employment skills course which is also supported by individual counselling. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Italy 1
Title: "Toc Toc Troc" / "Knock, knock, swap"
Summary: "Toc Toc Troc" ( "litterally: "Knock, knock, swap") is a re-insertion activity, built up as a cooperative of services. The drug users are offering various domestyic services to the population (ironing, cleaning, shopping, etc.) in the neigbourhood. In exchange ("swap"), they receive food to improve the accomodation of their institution (coffee, milk, sugar, etc.). Respecting a time schedule, taking responsabilities, create social contact, organizing oneself and collaborating, alltogether help the users to move forward in their personal re-insertion program. >>
social reintegration process evaluation Belgium 1

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