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Title: Suchtbehandlung an der Drogenambulanz Klagenfurt — Drug treatment at the Drug outpatient clinic Klagenfurt
Summary: Thr Drug outpatient clinic Klagefurt (Carynthia) offers an integrated treatment for opioid dependent persons. The treatment includes medical assisted treatment, withdrawal treatment, psychosocial interventions and many other measures, which are carried out in an integrated approach. Together with the Municipality of Klagenfurt and the Centre for Evaluation and Research Counselling (ZEF), a concept for a triangulated evaluation was developed and carried out in 2007. The aims were to find out if the treatment programme at the Drug outpatient clinic Klagenfurt is successful, if there is the need for adaptations and to implement a system for long-term quality assurance. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient adults Austria 2
Title: 1-2-1 Detox programme
Summary: A unique one-to-one inpatient detoxification and support programme aimed to remove the potential for ‘peer pressure’ which can be a factor in relapse. Improved success rates when compared to traditional group detoxification services were reported. >>
treatment outcome evaluation inpatient United Kingdom 2
Title: Coercive Treatment For Local Criminal Addicts: the project Triple-Ex
Summary: This project targeted at detoxification, additional support, and social re-integration of ex-detained addicts. Targets are abstinence or reduced drug use, a decrease of problems and the stimulation of daily work or education. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Fettercairn Drug Rehabilitation Programme Ltd.
Summary: The project outlines a number of key objectives which are, to provide an effective detoxification and rehabilitation programme for people addicted to heroin and street methadone in the Fettercairn area, to provide the families of clients and the local community with information and awareness about the causes and consequences of drug misuse, and to evaluate and disseminate good practice from the programme for the benefit of similar initiatives being developed elsewhere. >>
treatment process evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people Ireland 1
Title: Cannabis programme at Maria Youth Centre
Summary: The Maria Youth Centre in Stockholm runs a structured six-week treatment programme for young people with problem drug use of cannabis.The method used includes conversation sessions three times a week where the focus is on helping young people (17-20 year) to redirect cognitive patterns which have evolved during their period of abuse and to regain intellectual control. >>
treatment outcome evaluation children/young people Sweden 2
Title: Blue Point Outpatient and Counselling Service
Summary: Founded in 1996 the Blue Point Drug Counselling and Outpatient Centre (NGO) provides comprehensive services to persons with drug problems: health and social services as well as legal advice. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults, children/young people Hungary 1
Title: Relapse Prevention Training Programme
Summary: The training intends to improve the patients abilities to solve problems and to communicate, and to improve their perceptive faculty. The aim is to convey new and effective coping strategies for situations where there is an acute danger of relapse. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: Immediate Detoxification Of Opiates With Naltrexone Under Anaesthetics
Summary: This study contextualises and compares the effectiveness of two methods of rapid detoxification, naltrexone with anaesthesia and naltrexone without anaesthesia. There appear to be no short term differences in effectiveness of rapid detoxification with naltrexone under anaesthesia and without anaesthesia. Furthermore, detoxification under anaesthesia is a less safer method and more expensive. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 2
Title: Beyond the Line
Summary: The Verein Dialog (Vienna) developed a special programme for cocaine users, which was tested and evaluated from 2008 to 2009 and integrated in the routine work afterwards. The programme is based on a low-threshhold approach and focuses on flexibility and short term interventions. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient adults Austria 2
Title: Service for young drug users and their families
Summary: Since 2008 the Verein Dialog (Integrative Suchtberatung Gudrunstraße) provides a special service for young drug users and their families, which is separated from the traditional drug service and adapted to the specific needs of the target group. A comprehensive interdisciplinary clarification, care and treatment is provided to assure the survival of young people with risky drug use and to minimise possible harm by stabilising and - if possible - improving their health status and social situation. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation outpatient family/parents, children/young people Austria 2

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