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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: Frontline Community Drugs Project
Summary: The Frontline Project was developed to provide a co-ordinated and integrated contact for young people between the ages of 12 and 21 who are involved in drug misuse and experiencing social exclusion because of their drug use and socio-economic background. >>
prevention process evaluation community family/parents, children/young people Ireland 1
Title: Transfer of 'Quit the shit' - www.drugcom.de
Summary: With the transfer of the 'Quit the shit' counselling programme, the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) initiated a pilot project aimed at decentralising online counselling to include counsellors of local drug counselling centres. So far, 'Quit the shit' counselling services had been provided centrally by the drugcom team. Within the scope of the first model phase, however, admittance was refused to more than 1 300 prospects because of exhausted counselling capacities. For this reason, the model project was further developed in order to integrate counselling resources of local drug prevention centres. The online project 'Quit the shit' was to be 'transferred' into the work of outpatient facilities. A series of different quality assurance measures was introduced to maintain good acceptance among clients and to continuously ensure the proven efficiency. The present questionnaire contains the details and the experience gathered within the scope of quality assurance as well as the transfer results. >>
prevention process evaluation community adults Germany 1
Title: Coping Power Programme
Summary: Disruptive behaviour at an early age (middle childhood) is a risk factor for conduct disorder and substance abuse in adolescence. Treating both parents and children may prevent later problems. Parents in the treatment group were treated with manualised behavioural therapy and their children (age 8-13 years) with cognitive-behavioural therapy (less discussions and more activities to suit the short attention span of these children). Parents in the control group received care as usual, typically offered in outpatient clinics, i.e. behaviour therapy, family therapy, play therapy and parental guidance. Five years later the treated children (age 13-18 years) showed significantly less conduct disorder and substance abuse. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation community children/young people Netherlands 3
Title: Pre-Venture: Personality-targeted interventions for adolescent alcohol misuse.
Summary: Pre-Venture, a personality targeted cognitive behavioural intervention to reduce alcohol and drug misuse, was examined amongst school pupils aged 13 to 16. A reduction in problematic drinking rates and onset of drug use was reported. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation school children/young people United Kingdom 3
Title: New Service Model for Children Who Live and/or Are Forced to Work on the Streets
Summary: Within the framework of the New Service Model for Children Who Live and/or Are Forced to Work on the Streets, work is conducted for the temporary rehabilitation and reintegration of these children who live and/or are forced to work on the streets in cooperation with all relevant public agencies, representatives of universities and NGOs. >>
prevention outcome evaluation community family/parents, children/young people Turkey 2
Title: "Quit the Shit"- cannabis withdrawal programme based on the www.drugcom.de youth Internet portal
Summary: "quit the shit" is an online withdrawal programme for juvenile cannabis consumers who intend to reduce or quit their cannabis consumption. Core element is an interactive diary, where users document their cannabis consumption behaviour on a regular basis - ideally every day - during a period of 50 days. The counselling team supports each participant in achieving the personal goal by providing regular and individual feedback at least once a week. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 3
Title: Counselling intervention for students with psychosocial problems
Summary: This is a school based counselling intervention aiming at preventing and addressing the problems of young people, thus acting as an intermediating factor for drug use prevention. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Greece 1
Title: Brief intervention in alcohol-related traffic casualties (BITA)
Summary: This is a brief intervention that aims to influence the drinking behaviour of non-alcoholics, especially in relation to driving in the hospital setting. The specific aims are to reduce alcohol consumption among traffic accident victims with a positive Blood Alcohol Concentration (BACs) but who are not dependent on alcohol within a one year period after the accident and to reduce the number of alcohol-related traffic accidents among victims who have received the intervention. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Spain 3
Title: Early Detection And Intervention With Regard To Problematic Drug Use And Addiction
Summary: Developed in co-operation with partners from Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria and Switzerland and within the scope of an EU project the addiction prevention unit of the Tyrol Kontakt & co. The purpose of the project was to develop an interactive computer programme for the early detection and intervention for addiction in the school system. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation school children/young people Austria 1
Title: Quit and Win: A Community Intervention Programme to Quit Smoking
Summary: The programme is directed at smokers over 18 years of age who have been smoking regularly for more than one year. It is the Spanish version of the international 'Quit and Win' programme promoted by the World Health Organisation. >>
prevention outcome evaluation community adults Spain 1

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